In the second-to-last episode of Breaking Bad, Saul stated:
"From here on out, I'm Mr. Low Profile -- just another douchebag with a job and three pairs of Dockers. If I'm lucky, a month from now, best-case scenario, I'm managing a Cinnabon in Omaha."
The first scene in Better Call Saul is that prediction come true.
At most, Doctor Strange is set over a period of 3 and a half years.
Between out-of-universe information and in-universe references, we can safely assume that between the start of the movie and the first end credits scene, no more than 3 and a half years have elapsed.
The first thing we need to do is ignore a reference to an experimental armour that we hear ...
Firstly, the post-credits scene from X-Men 3 hints at his survival. If for any reason you can't view the video, this is what happens (from the wiki):
After the credits there is a scene at the hospital, where the comatose
man from the video that Xavier showed his students is lying in a
hospital bed. Dr. Moira MacTaggart enters the room to see the ...
As you say, the film starts in 1988:
Then, right after the Marvel logo:
So, it takes place in 2014.
Marvel has also published a prequel comic, that establishes that GotG takes place after The Collector receives the Aether.
You are correct. There are three linear timelines: Yennefer's, Geralt's, and Ciri's, which start at different times but all coincide by the final two episodes.
Here is a timeline of the events depicted in the show:
Dates and relative position of events are taken from 3 sources:
Ep.1 Ciri: You won your first battle at Hochebuz when you ...
Based on recent interviews with Kevin Feige (president of Marvel Studios) and Joe Russo (one of the Infinity Wars directors), it seems safe to assume that the 8 year date was incorrect.
Russo, in an interview with Ashish Chanchlani, described the time gap between Avengers and Homecoming as:
“It was eight years, I believe,” Russo responded. “It ...
Star Wars is a single franchise, but Planet of the Apes doesn't work like that. First, there is :
Original film series
Planet of the Apes (1968)
Beneath the Planet of the Apes (1970)
Escape from the Planet of the Apes (1971)
Conquest of the Planet of the Apes (1972)
Battle for the Planet of the Apes(1973)
They should be followed in release order.
This might have been taken from the books without the explanation from the books included in the movie. In the books, Orodruin/Mount Doom is spewing out ash and smoke as Sauron starts the War of the Ring, since he commands the fires of the mountain. The smoke forms a canopy that extends outwards from Mordor and blocks out the sun from the lands around it. ...
There are no exact dates given for many of these, but there are "good" estimates as to how many years are between works. Wookieepedia has a complete canon history, but this also includes comic and book events as well.
There are 10 years between The Phantom Menace & Attack of the Clones.
There are 3 years between Attack of the Clones & Revenge of the ...
First of all, you have some parts wrong in your timeline and are missing others. So lets go through it again step by step:
The time taken to travel from Earth to the wormhole is 2yrs.
Check, aggregate = 2.
After that we don't know how much time passed on Earth while they were travelling the wormhole. Could be 10yrs judging from the ...
Chronology order of Marvel Cinematic Universe (Own by Disney) is as follows :-
Captain America: The First Avenger
Now is Not the End
Bridge and Tunnel
Time and Tide
The Blitzkrieg Button
The Iron Ceiling
A Sin to Err
Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter
I haven't seen X-Men: Days of Future Past, so I can't comment on whether this was shown in the film, but this site does include quotes from the director, Bryan Singer, on the issue:
That wasn’t the only tempting breadcrumb that Singer threw to Empire,
as part of the organization’s Days of Future Past marketing blitz.
Fans who’ve been paying close ...
According to Comicbook.com,
During this time, the only superhumans we know to be active are Black
Panther (Wakandan monarch T'Chaka, played by Atandwa Kani), and
possibly Captain Marvel (a yet-to-be-introduced Brie Larson).
Her debut film, out in 2019, is set sometime during the 1990s —
decades after Captain America (Chris Evans), Ant-Man (...
As you already know that the Chronology of Fast & Furious franchise is different from the release order but the reason for it is more complex than the chronology.
Tokyo Drift has nothing to do with the first two films.
Diesel was hoping to make more films in the Riddick franchise of sci-fi action pictures. To do that, though, he needed to get the rights ...
Deadpool exists in the DOFP New Timeline, post Apocalypse. Modern Day, so 2016ish, putting it closer to the The Wolverine post-credit scene, where Xavier and Magneto show up to recruit Logan in the old Timeline. It is, baring any future time travel schenanigans *Note 1, about 8 years prior to the "good ending" that Logan wakes up to after the ...
Well, it seems that Black Museum proves fan theories that the whole show exists in the same universe true.
From the interview with Charlie Brooker with Digital Spy,
In our exclusive interview, Brooker reveals the surprising reason why the Easter eggs started, and how upcoming episode 'Black Museum' connects Black Mirror's disparate strands.
"It does ...
According to this Marvel timeline:
"Early" scenes of X-Men: Days of Future Past are set.
Mark I Sentinels are
created. Between 1973 and 1996, Trask produces 8,732 Mark I Sentinels
for the governments of the United States, China, Russia, Israel, Saudi
Arabia, France, India and the United Kingdom.
The year that "The Wolverine"...
Pulling from the The Comic Board Forum (and from IM3), we know that:
December 31, 1999, Tony Stark learns about Extremis from Maya Hansen.
October, 2006, Aldrich Killian injects himself with Extremis.
February, 2008, Killian goes on to find new recruits (including Ellen Brandt, Chad Davis, Eric Savin, and Jack Taggert) to test Extremis on. Some of the ...
As far as we can tell, the Netflix shows are taking place in the same order they air, but several months "behind" real-time.
The shows are extremely vague on their timelines, but Jessica Jones appears to take place sometime in January or February of 2015, based on their description of the January 2014 accident as "a year ago", which puts it just prior to ...
It is not shown in any movie explicitly how he is alive. However, as per post credit scenes of movie X-Men Last stand ,he transferred his mind to his evil twin. You can read this another related question
Also in the end-credit scenes of The Wolverine, he and Magneto confront Wolverine at the airport where on being asked, "How's this possible?", Prof X. says,...
Except for maybe Guardians of the Galaxy, which stands alone from most of the movies, Captain America: The First Avenger which time skips at the end and the Defenders Netflix series which tend to be very separate from the cinematic features, the movies are very very event specific. It is best to view them in release order. There is little if any jumping ...
After Batwoman S01E04 and before S01E05.
From Caroline Dries's tweet
After 104 we are officially caught up to Elseworlds! #batwoman
Later Russ Burlingame continued:
Because the writers wanted to show Kate's origin story, they had to go back to before she was Batwoman, which required some catching-up in the first few episodes. Instead of it being a week ...
If you watch the movie The Wolverine until the end then you can see that Wolverine meets Prof. Xavier and Magneto at the airport and they ask to regroup. Both these characters help Wolverine to his metal claws back (with major help from Magneto of course, because he controls metal) so that they can fight the Giant Mutant Destroyers in X-Men: Days of Future ...
Pulling from the The Comic Board Forum (and IM3 in movie references):
December 31, 1999, Tony Stark learns about Extremis from Maya Hansen (Beginning of IM3)
2008, Tony Stark demonstrates the Jericho outside of Kabul, Afghanistan. (exact date unsure - Beginning of IM1)
May 5, 2012, Battle of New York. (Avengers)
December 27, 2012, With Stark's help, Potts' ...
According to the Fox executives, the storyline in Days of Future Past has erased all of X-Men 3: The Last Stand's storyline from canon, as well as parts of X-Men Origins: Wolverine.
In-universe, everything that happened in the first X-Men trilogy occurred in the original timeline, where Mystique kills Trask in 1973. Once Wolverine is sent back and stops her,...
As I understand it, there isn't much overlap at all. That scene is effectively a "flash forward", a teaser to the events of the sequel, shown well out of chronological order. If you remove that final scene, then the movies take place in sequence, one almost immediately after the other.
At the end of Bourne Supremacy, Jason escapes from the assassin the CIA ...
Per Writer and Producer Simon Kinberg, "erased" is not an accurate description of how the timelines have been affected. As such, it is only a matter of opinion to state which aspects of the various films may no longer be relevant to timelines moving forward from DOFP.
“The end of Days of Future Past in 1973 does change the timeline of the ...
Further to Paulster's great answer - considering the next episode of Agents of SHIELD takes place immediately after the events of Thor: The Dark World, and will not only be referencing it but will also incorporate a possible piece of Asgardian (or other realm) technology, I believe the AoS storyline is running concurrent to the Marvel cinematic universe.
Film wise (that is, ignoring depictions in television and cameo's), there are 3 continuities.
The simplest is the standalone Casino Royale. This is a one off
spoof, but as it was produced by MGM and Cubby Brocolli, must still
be considered 'official'; despite it's comedic nature.
The next two are more strictly 'canon', although they don't both employ what ...