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WandaVision’s Release Date Confirmed For December 2020 [UPDATED]

The Disney+ landing page for WandaVision confirms it will be Marvel Studios' first Disney+ TV show and be released sometime in December 2020.

Pretty odd they won't give an actual date - guess they are still shooting - probably end of December
 

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WandaVision Photo Hints at Super-Surreal Date Night — 2021 FIRST LOOK

There is little to say about this exclusive photo from Disney+’s upcoming WandaVision series, other than: What in the (Marvel Cinematic) Universe is going on here?

Premiering Friday, Jan. 15, Disney+’s first live-action series from Marvel Studios is described as “a blend of classic television and the Marvel Cinematic Universe in which Wanda Maximoff (played by Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany) — two super-powered beings living idealized suburban lives — begin to suspect that everything is not as it seems.”

The couple’s “idealized suburban” life has been teased well in assorted trailers and promos, presented as a pastiche of classic TV tropes, from black-and-white sitcom to groovy ’70s comedy to something just a bit more contemporary.

Which leads us to the photo below, in which Vision appears to be greeting his better half whilst wearing a top hat and toting his missus’ LBD. Wanda in turn is clutching onto a… Westview Talent Show trophy?! What did they win, First Prize for saving the world multiple times as part of the Avengers?



Something is definitely askew in whatever universe they are residing (entrapped?), as driven home by the trailer below and coupled with, of course, the fact that Vision tragically perished on the big screen.

Directed by Matt Shakman and with Jac Schaeffer serving as head writer, WandaVision will help set the stage for the MCU film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (premiering March 2022), as will Spider-Man 3 (out Dec. 17), Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige affirmed at this month’s Disney Investors Day.

WandaVision marks the first of many Marvel series to premiere on Disney+. The Falcon and Winter Soldier (starring MCU vets Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan) will follow on March 19, while Loki (starring Tom Hiddleston, Owen Wilson and Gugu Mbatha-Raw) is earmarked for a May release.

Additionally, Ms. Marvel (starring newcomer Iman Vellani as Kamala Khan), She-Hulk (led by Tatiana Maslany), Hawkeye (with Jeremy Renner and Hailee Steinfeld), Moon Knight (starring Oscar Isaac), Secret Invasion (with Samuel L. Jackson and Ben Mendelsohn reprising the MCU roles as Nick Fury and Talos) and a Guardians of the Galaxy holiday special are among the other live-action projects in the pipeline.

 

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Visionary New Era | Marvel Studios’ WandaVision | Disney+

A visionary new era arrives!..WandaVision, an Original Series from Marvel Studios, starts streaming January 15 on Disney+...

 

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IMDB has this listed for 6 episodes but Disney is now saying it will be 9.
 

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Disney has repeatedly stated that this will be a one and done limited series...let's see...HBO said that about Big Little Lies and there are other examples as well...ratings trump creative intent
 

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Disney has repeatedly stated that this will be a one and done limited series...let's see...HBO said that about Big Little Lies and there are other examples as well...ratings trump creative intent
The previews hint that the situation is not necessarily of Wanda's choosing rather than her adapting to something forced on her. That would make it more of a one off.
 

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The previews hint that the situation is not necessarily of Wanda's choosing rather than her adapting to something forced on her. That would make it more of a one off.
Big Little Lies was a one-off...until it wasn't...if WandaVision gets Mandalorian type of buzz then you can be assured of a 2nd season 'limited event'
 

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Big Little Lies was a one-off...until it wasn't...if WandaVision gets Mandalorian type of buzz then you can be assured of a 2nd season 'limited event'
Maybe, I was just pointing out that the situation where you have both Wanda and Vision may be artificial and solved by story's end.
Any second season would have to be completely rejiggered.
Big Little Lies was more about a single story -- not the entire way that they were all put together. They were able to figure out another story for the troupe of actors who worked well together.
 

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Maybe, I was just pointing out that the situation where you have both Wanda and Vision may be artificial and solved by story's end.
Any second season would have to be completely rejiggered.
I think the series is loosely based on the 2016 limited comic series 'The Vision'...so anyone who wants some hints or spoilers might want to check that out
 
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