The second season of Iron Fist dropped in a lot of twists that will change the MCU corner of Netflix forever. Some changes were a big deal but it seems like the season had a nice little Easter egg hidden that should get a lot of fans excited: Fantastic Four could be soon coming ‘home’ to the MCU.

The episode 6 of the season titled, “The Dragon Dies At Dawn” sees Colleen Wing and Misty Knight helping Danny Rand after his former friend-turned-rival Davos used an ancient ritual to steal the power of the Iron Fist. Wing, Knight, and Danny Rand form an alliance with Mary Walker (Davos’ hired gunmen). Walker then leads Danny straight to where he can find Davos.

However, the location turned out to be a vacant building under heavy construction and the showdown between Danny and Davos ends with Danny getting a beating. Davos then uses his knowledge to escape Danny’s ambush. Davos manages to escape, leaving Walker with an injured Danny. Walker then, calls for an ambulance to aid Danny. The address that she gives to the emergency responders is, “42 Baxter!”

Now if you are not familiar with this, the Baxter Building is a major Marvel landmark where the Fantastic Four live and operate from. The building is located at 42nd St and Madison Avenue, or in short, “42nd and Madison.” Now the questions that are left with us is that was this Easter egg just for fun or does it hints at the possibility of Fantastic Four in MCU in future?

It’s only a matter of time, now that Disney has completed its deal with Fox and this scene hints that the Baxter building is currently under Construction which leaves us with a lot of time before it’s done and the building is opened. Hopefully, by the time we’re done with Avengers 4, we can expect to see an F4 reboot in MCU!

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