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An MCU Continuity Error Was Fixed For Disney+ That Ties In With Spider-Man: No Way Home

Marvel Cinematic Universe fans have come to expect a number of key elements from the shared fictional universe over the years. They like layered superheroes, compelling stories and awesome action sequences, among other things. Something that’s become equally important is continuity. Devotees love when plot points and easter eggs connect smoothly, though sometimes the franchise does slip up in this area. For example, a Disney+ MCU show recently included an error that has ties to Spider-Man: No Way Home. But the streamer has now fixed that mistake. 

In 2021, Spider-Man: No Way Home introduced an intriguing change that had been made to one of New York’s most iconic landmarks. The MCU’s version of the Statue of Liberty was revealed to have been restored back to its original copper color. It was even given a shield (which was apparently destroyed at the end of No Way Home) that was meant to honor Steve Rogers a.k.a. Captain America. The Jersey City-set Ms. Marvel featured the New York skyline on a few occasions, including the famous statue. However, when it appeared, it was still shown to be the blue-green shade that we know. 

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