Disney’s purchase of 21st Century Fox opened up a whole new world of possibilities for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Characters like Wolverine, the Fantastic Four and Deadpool could finally show up and fight crime alongside the MCU’s current heroes, such as Iron Man and Captain America. Excited fans naturally started talking, tweeting, and writing about the possibilities, but it seems everyone is getting ahead of themselves.

Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige told Vulture that he just isn’t sure what the merger means for the MCU just yet. “The truth of the matter as I understand it is the deal has to be figured out,” he said. “There’s been no communication. We’re not thinking about it. We’re focusing on everything we’ve already announced. If and when the deal actually happens, we’ll start to think more about it. Until then, we have a lot to do.”

In fact, Feige read about the deal in the press like most superhero fans. “These are big deals and certainly above my pay grade,” he said.

The reality is any changes to the MCU would probably take a lot more time and planning. With the incredible number of moving parts, the many characters and preciously announced films, including a whole new batch of characters could derail what has already been planned for the film franchise.

Taking into account the huge cast of Avengers: Infinity War alone makes taking a beat before planning any integration a smart move. Marvel has several films in various states of production set to premiere between February’s Black Panther and 2019.

But the appearance of Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, even when Sony had the rights, is evidence that Marvel isn’t opposed to bringing in the characters they need. So, with a new slew of available characters, odds are some new faces as a result of the merger. Just not in the near future.

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Pretty much every hero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe rallied to fight Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War (they lost, but that’s not the point). One hero, though, was totally MIA after a brief bout with the Mad Titan at the start of the movie: the Hulk. Fans assumed the Hulk wouldn’t emerge when Bruce Banner tried to transform because the big green guy was scared of Thanos, but one of the film’s directors says that, actually, the Hulk isn’t a giant baby scaredy cat, thank you very much.

Thor’s electrifying arrival to Infinity War’s climactic battle in Wakanda might’ve just been the most thrilling moment in a movie full of thrilling moments, but it left some fans puzzled. How did Thor, Groot, and Rocket know where to go? Over the weekend, Infinity War’s directors revealed the answer, tying up a small plot hole that, to be honest, didn’t really need to be tied up.

It’s not fair to blame the mustache Henry Cavill had for Mission: Impossible — Fallout for ruining Justice League, mostly because Superman’s weird CGI lip honestly didn’t even crack the top ten of that movie’s problems. But, it turns out that Fallout’s director Chris McQuarrie tried to help Justice League out.

On Tuesday, The CW announced that actress Ruby Rose (John Wick 2, The Meg), who identifies as genderfluid, is officially signed on to play Batwoman in the upcoming annual DC TV crossover. Rose will also play Batwoman should the character’s solo television series Batwoman be greenlit for production.

In this year’s crossover with Arrow, The Flash, and Supergirl, Rose will play Kate Kane, a.k.a. Batwoman, the red-headed member of the famous Bat-Family and cousin (sort of, it’s complicated) of Bruce Wayne.

It began with a flash.

In a 1959 issue of The Flash, the iconic DC superhero met his match, quite literally, in the form of a parallel universe version of The Flash from “Earth-2.” This marked the introduction of the multiverse (the scientific theory that there are multiple, parallel universes), and it had a ripple effect throughout popular culture. From the novels of Stephen King to modern TV shows like Stranger Things and Rick and Morty, multiverse theory is everywhere.