WandaVision Official Trailer Plot Details, Release , Casts And Facts breakdown
WandaVision one of marvel and most awaited Disney+ official series trailer launch today showing Wanda and vision life .
WandaVision trailer plot details, release date, casts and facts we Breakdown of first trailer.
WandaVision Disney+ release not officially confirmed Currently but series expected to release 2020 or early 2021.
Prior to the announcement of Disney Plus, we knew absolutely no details of the WandaVision series. Then we got the unexpected title. But most recently, the cast has been opening up about the series, giving us more important details.
In the same interview with Variety, Olsen revealed that the series will take place in the 1950s. According to Olsen, Disney showed off a photo of her and Paul Bettany (Vision) at the Disney Plus launch event.
A fair warning, we're about to get into Avengers: Endgame spoilers. Proceed to the "cast" section to avoid them.
Endgame introduced time travel to the MCU for the first time. This is likely how Scarlet Witch and Vision make it to the 1950s. More so, last we saw of Vision, he was killed by Thanos at the end of Avengers: Infinity War. It'll be intersting to see how Marvel brings him back through time travel or possibly with Shuri saving some of his consciousness during the events of Infinity War. Neither has been confirmed, but those seem like the most plausible ways to bring back Vision.
Beyond that, Olsen also revealed the series will be six hours long. If we're using normal logic, that likely means it'll span six episodes and expand their budding relationship.
WandaVision will see the return of Elizabeth Olsen as the Scarlet Witch and Paul Bettany as The Vision, but they'll be joined by some other familiar names from across the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Kat Dennings will return as wisecracking political science major Darcy Lewis from the Thor movies. Randall Park is also back in the role of FBI agent Jimmy Woo from Ant-Man and the Wasp – he was a highlight of an otherwise lesser entry in the MCU canon. Both have deep sitcom backgrounds, which might explain why they're a good fit for this show.
Joining them is another familiar character – but the last time we saw them in a previous Marvel movie, they were a lot younger.
Teyonah Parris has been cast as Monica Rambeau – that's the daughter of Carol Danvers's best friend Maria Rambeau in the movie, Captain Marvel. This time around, she's an adult and working for the aforementioned government agency, SWORD.
Matt Shakman (It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Fargo) will be bringing his comedy touch to the show as director, while Black Widow's Jac Shaeffer is WandaVision's lead writer.