Nah. Star Wars exists in the MCU. Three of these movies star Sam L. Jackson as Windu.
Nick Fury is the soul stone.
This also offers up another paradox as “Pray For Me” was released with the Black Panther film, which obviously came out in 2018, while the events of Black Panther take place in 2016, just after Civil War. Kendrick Lamar might also be a time traveler.
They also mentioned Disneyland in Black Panther and Disney own Marvel Studios and are the ones releasing all these movies...
Disney is the soul stone confirmed.
Have an upvote for being original, bless you for making my day.
We already did that in Star Trek.
Star Trek (2009) and Star Trek Beyond both include the Beastie Boys song Sabotage. The Beastie Boys song Intergalactic contains the line ‘Like a pinch on the neck of Mr. Spock’.
If Kendrick Lamar is Thanos confirmed Top Dawg Entertainment is the Black Order
- SZA - Proxima Midnight
- Schoolboy Q - Corvus Glaive
- Jay Rock - Cull Obsidian
- Ab-Soul -Ebony Maw
Fun vocabulary trivia for OP:
The word you're looking for in sentences 2-4 is "diegetic". It means sound that exists within the world of the story and therefore can be heard by the characters. Think of "Awesome Mix" from Guardians of the Galaxy. Unlike most movies, the entire soundtrack of that movie is diegetic because Star Lord is playing the music himself on his walkman. Much different than most soundtracks.
i got soul stone inside my dna
Its like Ludacris in the Fast and Furious franchise:
The song ' Act a Fool ' is in the original one as well as two more songs in Fast 5 and Fast 6.
Or maybe Kendrick recorded the song early and THAT casino had early access to it
Nvm, you’re right
Similar to Iron Man jokingly calling Hawkeye "Legolas" in The Avengers, implying that the Lord of the Rings exists within the MCU. It's possible Tony just read the books, but if the movie franchise exists, surely there would be some confusion as to how similar Bilbo looks in the movies to a certain CIA agent...
Short answer: the song is part of a completely different album and has different context in the movie version than irl version.