“Wanda Vision” is the miniseries based on the characters from Marvel Comics, which will premiere on Disney +.
This afternoon Disney Studios on its Instagram account released the first trailer of the producer and writer to SacSchaeffer and based on characters such as Wanda Maximoff, Scarlet Witch, and Vision.
We are getting closer and closer to the first Disney+ MCU TV show making its debut. WandaVision is set to premiere in the fall and finds Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany reprising their roles of Wanda Maximoff, aka Scarlet Witch, and Vision, an artificial intelligence brought to life by the Mind Stone embedded in his forehead. Although Disney+ and Marvel have managed to keep a lot of details about the show under wraps, we do know a little bit about what to expect from the series. Here’s everything you need to know.
It’s still coming in December. The coronavirus pandemic has delayed a lot of shows and movies, including Marvel’s The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and we were concerned that might mean a delay for WandaVision as well — the MCU has a very specific order to it, so you never know! — but COVID-19 doesn’t appear to have affected WandaVision much. Disney+ confirmed in September that the series is still set to debut this year, though it’s unclear whether the series will premiere in December like it was originally supposed to.
This original series is set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and shares continuity with the films that have already been seen from the franchise.
With the backing of Marvel, it is directed by Matt Shakman.
Disney+ released a spoiler-tactic trailer for WandaVision during the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards, and we’ve clocked a few major reveals. We already knew that the show would be a blend of popular sitcoms and the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but this new trailer gave us our first look at Teyonah Parris as Monica Rambeau. The trailer also happened to conveniently imply that Vision is, in fact, dead just as he was in the final Avengers film. Our other big clue was the major glitching effect that was happening during the trailer, implying that Wanda might be in a simulation of some sort, which would explain all the wonky TV references we’re getting.