Paul Bettany talks about the scrapped post-credits scene they filmed for “Avengers: Endgame” teasing his return in “WandaVision”. The scene was ultimately cut from the final film, leading Bettany to believe he was done with the character all together.
With “WandaVision’s” release on the horizon, we now know it will have a nine-episode season. The series will follow “The Mandalorian” and release one episode a week on Disney+ to help build anticipation, speculation and overall popularity for the newest project in the Marvel Studios pipeline.
The first Marvel Cinematic Universe original series for Disney+ has been given the official release date of January 15, 2021
WandaVision producer Dylan Klumph announced the completion of principal photography for the Disney + series with a potential December release date.
Kathryn Hahn’s character confirmed through new WandaVision trailer’s subtitles!
Disney+ released the first official trailer for the much anticipated WANDAVISION show. This is the first full length trailer released for any of the Disney+ Marvel shows.
After almost a year without any new Marvel Cinematic Universe content, we now have confirmation that WandaVision will still be released this year. The Disney+ series lead by Elizabeth Olsen as “Scarlet Witch” and Paul Bettany as “Vision” had recently been included in a promo for their remaining slate of tv shows set for a 2020 release including season two of “The Mandalorian.”
A casting call for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness hints at the potential for the Young Avengers within the MCU.
Marvel will be airing on Disney+ sooner rather than later. “WandaVision,” “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier,” and “Loki” all now have landing pages on the relatively young streaming service.