Marvel Studios: This Reference To Star Wars Explained Thanks To Spider-Man Far From Dwelling

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Updated on 26 March 2020 19: 53: 18 Published on 26 March 2020 19: 30: 01 The MCU does not hesitate to refer to Star Wars, when a surfer would have put his finger on a scene from Spider- Man: Far From Dwelling.   With 23 motion photos, it is not surprising that the MCU has used certain references to other sagas of the seventh art. Indeed, observation miss some winks to the Star Wars universe, especially during the battle of Captain The United States: Civil War. Remember, when Spider-Man succeeds in mastering the gigantic Ant-Man by being inspired by an “old movie”, proving to be The Empire Strikes Back. Some followers had already noticed several references to this intergalactic saga, Steve Rogers having notably included Star Wars among the motion photos to catch up in order to perfect its popular culture after 70 years of hibernation. Besides that, the many winks in terms of casting have multiplied in the MCU. Starting with that of Sever Fury. Incarnated by Samuel L. Jackson, the American actor is also known for having participated in the prequel to Star Wars in the shoes of the famous Jedi with a purple saber, Master Windu, at the level that some wondered if the two characters were the same person.                           Spider-Man in Captain The United States: Civil War. Regarding this detail, some followers noticed that the MCU had refrained from mentioning a link between Sever Fury and Master Windu. This running-gag could have taken shape in Far From Dwelling when Peter Parker officially met Sever Fury. Known to be a fan of Star Wars, Peter Parker should have, according to a Reddit surfer, joked about the resemblance between the Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D and the Jedi. If the scenario did not provide for such a wink, this same surfer would have found the solution: the prequel to the Star Wars saga would not exist in the MCU, and therefore Master Windu either. If this explanation may seem a bit simplistic, some followers have also pointed out the lack of connection between Jane Foster and Padmé, both embodied by Natalie Portman.                           Sever Fury in Spider-Man: Far From Dwelling. While it is difficult to understand why a link between Star Wars and the MCU is so important, the Russo brothers gave an easy explanation by stating: “The characters in the MCU are just like the characters in Star Wars.” Therefore, if Sever Fury is not the reincarnation of Master Windu and that Jane Foster is not Princess Amidala hiding on Earth, the most plausible explanation remains that the prequel Star Wars would not exist in the MCU. However, this remains to be proven since other followers have spotted the Naboo Starfighter figurine from The Possibility Phantom in an episode of The Punisher. We say that, we say nothing … Fan of Star Wars and the MCU? Check the meeting of these two sagas on this successful fan art.        
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