Since Avengers: EndgameThe MCU timeline was everywhere. Even though Spider-Man: Far from home was released a few months after the above film. Disney + 's recent Marvel shows have messed up the chronological timeline. While Spider-Man: Far from home apparently takes place eight months after the events of Avengers: Endgame, WandaVision takes place about a month after people return from the blip. Now we know where The falcon and the winter soldier will fit.
Before the show was released on March 19, director Kari Skogland announced this Falcon and the winter soldier will take place approximately six months after everyone has returned from the blip. With the world dealing with half the population that comes back five years later, the series stars, Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes will get to grips with their own struggles. While Sam looks at the loss of Steve Rogers – who may or may not be dead – Bucky looks at the aftermath of his past as a winter soldier.
"This event gave us all narrative information," Skogland told Collider. "It meant we just got over the shock. We just got over the joy of it – because we imagine there would be a lot of joy when people return. Now we are in the reality of It's complicated. When that Half of the population is blown away, they have different economic circumstances, different border conditions. Different countries were cooperative, that was not before. Neighbors cooperate who didn’t necessarily get along before. People moved into houses they didn’t owned before. Everything changed. Now we are in this moment. We have the surprise behind us and now we are in reality. I think that makes a whole different place in history because not only can we rely on it, but we can investigate how people react to it. Some of them are good and some of them are not so good. "