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Disney+ Announced WandaVision Premiere Date And Episode Count

The release date for WandaVision, the first Disney+ MCU TV series, was revealed along with the episode list. This series was intended to be the second show from the latest TV department of Marvel Studios, but the COVID-19 pandemic has thrown these preparations into disarray. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier wanted to finish the shooting and then head through post-production. Interestingly, WandaVision ended up being almost full as the outage occurred. So, there appeared to be a possibility that the series will be debuted in 2020. Alas, it doesn’t have to be, according to Disney. At today’s conference call, executives announced that Disney+ subscriptions had already surpassed their four-year target amount. Disney has about 100 million customers across all of its channels. Disney+ is the biggest organization at 73.7 million, while Hulu has 36.6 million. This news boosted Disney’s stock, particularly after the pandemic decimated their park’s business.

Disney+ is back at the forefront of the pop culture discourse in the second season of The Mandalorian. (at the moment, the internet is abuzz with outrage about the possibility that Baby Yoda eats any eggs in The Passenger.) however, no other initial Disney+ dominates the zeitgeist. Even Disney’s Mulan’s luxury release created a few headlines, while Hamilton was still a real moment in the season. (But it’s something of an exclusive rather than an original.)

That’s why the news about the MCU series is so intriguing. WandaVision is extremely fascinating because we realize she’s going to be part of Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of chaos. It also seems like Spider-Man will play a part in that picture, as Benedict Cumberbatch would play Sorcerer Supreme in Spidey’s third film. But this performance doesn’t look like it’s going to be a big MCU drama. Instead, we’re going to get a profoundly intimate account.

WandaVision Premiere Date, Episode Count, and What to Expect

WandaVision will be unveiled on 15 January 2021, so note that date. The program would comprise of six episodes, not the nine episodes theory that was reported earlier this year. (Though maybe they were already shooting season 2 before things were shut down? A fan would hope.) Honestly, the storytellers claim that this series is going to proceed like a comic book. There is a broader structure constructed out of a collection of self-contained tales. However, as we know from the WandaVision teaser, the program would showcase the esthetics of several iconic TV studios. And we’ve also got a clue of why that is.

Elizabeth Olsen’s Wanda Maximoff and Paul Bettany’s Vision were dreaming about moving abroad to be together. It didn’t happen, But after Avengers: Endgame, Wanda and Vision somehow end up living in a black-and-white TV town named Westview. They’re trying to conceal their powers, make Vision appear like Paul Bettany for a moment. Even, amid the circumstance of comic trappings, the plot is more about Wanda’s passion for Vision and how to neglect her. Kathryn Hahn portrays Agnes, a nosy next-door neighbor and probably the “real evil” of the season, until Wanda herself falls to the Dark Side.

The most notable casting in WandaVision is that of Teyonah Parris, the adult Monica Rambeau, who starred as a infant in Captain Marvel. In comics, the character gathered strength and became similar to both Wanda and Vision. In the teaser, we see her being pushed to travel over a warm, sunshine plain. It emerges into a dark spot, with some TV, glitchy VFX, in the middle of a very shield-like activity. It is possible that Wanda is either stuck or building a illusion of alternative reality. Maybe you’re dragging perception out of some corner of the Multiverse?

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