In just a few days, WandaVision will become the first Disney+ series from Marvel Studios to take place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In fact, it’s the beginning of a whole new era for the interconnected comic book franchise that saw its core storyline come to an end with Avengers: Endgame in 2019. There’s no better way for Marvel to kick off their new presence on the small screen than by playing with the medium of television itself, as Wanda Maximoff and Vision live out a sitcom romance that puts the charm on full blast. You can see it for yourself in the first clip from the series. Read More »
The first Disney+ series from Marvel Studios that takes place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is WandaViaion. The series starring Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany as the superhero couple Wanda Maximoff and Vision will debut with two episodes on January 15, but critics have already seen the first three episodes of the show and have taken to social media with their initial reactions to the series. It sounds like there’s quite an intriguing mystery in this unique and ambitious series, so let’s take a look at the WandaVision early buzz to see what people think so far. Read More »
The first Disney+ series from Marvel Studios that takes place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe will be WandaVision. Following the distorted sitcom marriage of Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and the synthetic being known as Vision (Paul Bettany), the series will kick off a new era for the MCU that will unfold both on the small screen and the big screen over the next few years. Fans have been hungry for any new Marvel projects in the wake of the delay of Black Widow, and they’ll finally be satiated with a two-episode premiere for WandaVision when the show debuts next week. Read More »
Marvel Studios is kicking off a new era of comic book stories with their first Disney+ series later this month. WandaVision brings back Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany as Wanda Maximoff and Vision in one of Marvel’s most unique storytelling ventures yet. In the series, Wanda and Vision suddenly find themselves living a happily ever after in the form of a classic TV sitcom…but something seems off. A new WandaVision clip illustrates how the sitcom aspect of the series will be very true to influential TV shows from decades ago. Read More »
Vision is dead. Thanos killed him by removing the Mind Stone from his head during the climactic battle of Avengers: Infinity War. But somehow, Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) finds herself living a happily ever after with her synthetic significant other (Paul Bettany) in a picture perfect sitcom world in Marvel’s new series WandaVision. However, something isn’t quite right in this new “reality” that surrounds them, and slowly Wanda begins to see that not everything is as it seems.
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The new WandaVision trailer released last night gave us our best look yet at the trippy Marvel Studios series coming to Disney+ in January. Clearly something is not right in the world of Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen), especially since her late lover Vision (Paul Bettany) is back from the dead. But that might be the least of Wanda’s concerns as it appears some kind of outside force is influencing her life. Let’s see what we can glean from the new footage in our full trailer breakdown. Read More »
WandaVision will be the first series coming to Disney+ from Marvel Studios, and not only will it directly connect to Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, but that sequel will also connect to the upcoming Spider-Man 3. Much of the series have been shrouded in mystery, but the latest WandaVision trailer gives us the best look at the series yet. Read More »
So far, Marvel’s teases of WandaVision have leaned heavily on the black and white, classic television sitcom world that Wanda Maxmioff and Vision find themselves living within. This makes the upcoming series on Disney+ unlike any Marvel Studios project we’ve seen before, but the emulation of classic sitcoms like I Love Lucy and Bewitched is just the beginning of WandaVision‘s journey through sitcom history.
In a new interview, Marvel Studios boxx Kevin Feige said WandaVision‘s journey through sitcom tropes will take us right up to the popular mockumentary style present in the likes of The Office, Parks and Recreation, and Modern Family. Read More »
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Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, there’s been a shift in the release schedule for the Disney+ shows that Marvel Studios has been putting together in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Instead of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier leading the path in the wake of Avengers: Endgame, it will be WandaVision and its mash-up of comic book action and classic TV sitcom tropes. And now, some new details about the plot and characters of the series have just come to light. Read More »
WandaVision, as the first Marvel Studios TV series to debut on Disney+, marks the beginning of the future of Marvel post-Avengers: Endgame — by returning to the past. Literally.
The upcoming miniseries starring Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany, reprising their roles as Wanda Maximoff and Vision from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, pays deliberate homage to the midcentury sitcom, utilizing the classic look of old school situation comedies, and even utilizing laugh tracks. And they pulled it off by using techniques from those sitcoms, including the same lenses and wire tricks used in shows like Bewitched or I Dreamed of Jeannie, as well as a live studio audience.
The result was an experience that was full circle for Olsen (who grew up visiting the Full House sets where her famous sisters worked) and a wake-up call for Bettany, who joked to Entertainment Weekly, “I should have been doing sitcoms all this time.”
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