WandaVision is one of the first Marvel TV shows set in the MCU arriving to Disney Plus! Along with The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, WandaVision is set to change the MCU forever. Here’s everything we know so far.
WandaVision Release Date: December 2020
Important to note that many MCU projects have been pushed back due to the Coronavirus outbreak, this may affect Wandavision’s release date.
Director of WandaVision:
Matt Shakman is an American film, television and theatre director. Known most for his work on It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Fargo and Game Of Thrones.
Jac Schaeffer is head writer and well known for writing the script for Black Widow.
Cast of WandaVision:
Elisabeth Olson – Wanda Maximoff/Scarlett Witch
Paul Bettany – Vision
Kat Dennings – Darcy Lewis
Teyonah Parris – Monica Rambeau
Randall Park – Jimmy Woo
Kathryn Hahn – Agnes
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Marvel Studios Big Game Spot Trailer:
Marvel Studios’ “WandaVision” blends the style of classic sitcoms with the Marvel Cinematic Universe in which Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany)—two super-powered beings living their ideal suburban lives—begin to suspect that everything is not as it seems.
Everything To Know About The Characters in WandaVision:
Darcy Lewis: First seen in Thor and last seen in Thor: Ragnarok, science major Darcy Lewis returns to our screens, her involvement in the story is still anyone’s guess!
Monica Rambeau: While going by many names such as Spectrum. She’s widely known for also taking the mantle of Captain Marvel.
Gained superpowers after being hit with extra dimensional energy from an anergy disruptor canon built by a criminal scientist, wow.
Monica has the ability to change her appearance, fly, super strength, invisibility and much more. Basically she’s VERY powerful.
Jimmy Woo: This character was last seen in Ant Man and The Wasp, an FBI agent tasked with keeping an eye on Scott Lang while under house arrest. How he ties into WandaVision is interesting…
Agnes The Neighbour: All we know about this character is she’s played by Kathryn Hahn and is ‘nosy’. Once again, mystery.
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When Is WandaVision Set In The MCU?
The show is set after Avengers: Endgame. However, theres a question of whether the show takes place in the reality we know and love or not.
What To Expect from WandaVision:
The show is described as an ‘American sit-com’ style show which eventually transitions into almost a huge marvel event.
Both Elizabeth and Paul have described the show as ‘weird and mind-blowing’.
The likely scenario of WandaVision is as follows: Wanda is full of grief after losing Vision.
She creates an alternate reality in which she’s living the perfect life with Vision and is unaware of what is real and what isn’t.
As things progress she’s likely to realise things aren’t quite right and starts to go mad.
What Does WandaVision Mean For The MCU:
Doctor Strange is reportedly set to make a cameo so it’s likely Wanda starts messing with reality and Doctor Strange finds her and tries to help.
This is where Doctor Strange: In The Multiverse of Madness comes in with Wanda set to be a main character in that film.
The show called also introduce the first Mutants that we see in the MCU. From the teasers, it seems Wanda and Vision have two children.
These are likely to be Wiccan and Speed. A hint at how WandaVision could introduce the first mutants into the MCU.
There we have it, with limited information and no official WandaVision trailer as of yet, writing an ‘Everything To Know about WandaVision’ article can be a tough piece to write.
Hopefully this gave you an insight into what to expect from WandaVision, who’s involved and what it means for the Marvel Cinematic Universe moving forward.!