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WandaVision Series by Marvel | What we know so far

WandaVision Series by Marvel | What we know so far

What Kevin Feige had to say

During the panelFeige announced that the six-episode series will be set after the Avengers events: Endgame and will have huge impact on Phase 4.

“We have the opportunity to tell their story and show more of what Wanda can do, more of what makes Vision, Vision, and most importantly, reveal a name that I’m not even sure we’ve said in the MCU yet”

MCU veterans joining the cast

The MCU veterans Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany are joined as Wanda and Vision while Teyonah Parris has been confirmed in one of the supporting roles as Monica Rambeau. The tone of the series was described as half 90’s classic sitcom and half Marvel’s spectacular, with Olsen working along with Benedict Cumberbatch in Doctor Strange: In the Multiverse of Madness.

Olsen also teased fans when joining the stage that they will eventually get to know Wanda as the Scarlett Witch.

WandaVision might adapt “House of M” Storyline

WandaVision, set to Avengers: Endgame, aims to explore the consequences of Vision’s death on Wanda. It will show us how she copes with grief. Fans believe the show could be an adaptation of the “House of M” storyline.

This infamous comic storyline perfectly captures Wanda as one of the most powerful superheroes in the Marvel Universe. With her ability to manipulate chaos magic, she creates an alternate reality that brings vision back to life.  She also uses her powers to create not one but two lives, i.e. her children, Wiccan and Speed.

Moreover, considering the massive budgeted TV series seen over the decade, MCU will assign a movie-size budget for each of its Disney TV shows.

“These shows will be on the same level of quality that you’ve come to expect from Marvel Studios ”