No. The shared TV-Movie universe doesn't really matter at Marvel. It's a gimmick that isn't even utilized. The movies completely ignore what happens in the TV shows and the TV characters never appear in the movies. The two strongest shows, Daredevil and JJ, have very little, if anything, to do with the movies. AOS, the show with the most connections to the films, ends up looking stupid because they can't get the movies to acknowledge it.
For starters, they get people who know the characters and don't have open disdain for them to make the movies (unlike Zack "I grew up Superman" Snyder). Second, they know when to ignore the fans and go for what makes a good movie. They have a good balance of pleasing fans and not going overboard with listening to every little complaint or nitpick (no silly circus suit for Hawkeye).
Unless it's someone like Kevin Smith who has actual experience with filmmaking, no. Comic book fans often get really mad and take any changes to the source material as a personal insult, even when it's objectively something that makes for a better film.