Marvel changes the title of Jessica Jones for Disney +

Marvel changes the title of Jessica Jones for Disney +

If you are one of the Marvel fans and have watched the series Jessica Jonesyou will surely notice some change within the former Nexflix series, which is now broadcast on Disney +, since that is the case, since although its followers can still find the program titled “Jessica Jones” while searching on the page Disney+ homepage and search menus, if you watch the series, you’ll notice that the title card for each episode has been altered.

It’s a relatively small change, and specifically speaking, it’s about his title, now that Marvel has finished moving his episodes to Disney+, he’s now seen with the title AKA Jessica Jones on the opening credits title card for the streaming series.

You see, as The Direct site points out, this title change for the Jessica Jones series is just one more breadcrumb of what Disney and Marvel are planning to reboot the entire franchise that Marvel had with Netflix Defenders within the official Marvel Cinematic Universe.

And this process officially began with the announcement that Daredevil stars Charlie Cox (Matt Murdock) and Vincent D’Onofrio (Wilson Fisk) would be reprising their characters in MCU projects (Spider-Man: No Way Home and Hawkeye, respectively). , but then, Disney/Marvel announced that The Defenders Universe would come to Disney+creating an entirely new restricted content format for the streaming service.

So the original Defenders Saga under Disney’s roof and the characters that appear in the MCU, there’s been a big lingering question as to whether or not Marvel Studios was going to reboot that corner of the franchise, which thus far was has become a bit clearer, as Marvel Studios announced that their Daredevil reboot is on the way.

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Now, the Defenders arc is something that can still fit under the MCU canon umbrella, especially if the series’ Multiverse Arc makes all versions of Marvel’s screen content viable for connection to MCU canon, and while it’s still early days to expect it, there’s good reason to at least hope this “AKA Jessica Jones” title change is indicative of the series returning to the MCU.

You see, “AKA Jessica Jones” was the original title the series was supposed to go under way back in 2010, and when Marvel Studios planned to make the detective series part of their slate for ABC, which fans are without certainly happier with the groundbreaking darker Noir-themed series developed by Marvel and Netflix, as the actress’ mix of trauma and swagger Kristen Ritter has made her one of the greatest examples of an actor influencing the comedic character.

That’s how the first season of Jessica Jones was also still routinely named one of Marvel’s best, especially with David Tenant’s Killgrave story arc as the villain, so fans want Ritter back, and recent photos of her dating Luke Cage actor Mike Colter in Hollywood has MCU fans already primed for her return to the screen.