Disney+ will start a new era for Marvel Studios, as they venture into a brand new territory. Kevin Feige will try his hands at long-term storytelling as they are working on a variety of shows that will impact their upcoming projects. Our first official reveal came during Disney’s official investor’s day that highlighted what was to come. The upcoming Marvel Studios projects were among them including Falcon & The Winter Soldier, Loki, What If and Wandavision. Especially the last one was especially interesting, as it was the only show to get a concept art reveal during the panel held by Marvel Studios CEO. Sadly, it was not viewable for the public but we got a little hint at what to expect during an interview with Elizabeth Olsen during the premiere of Avengers: Endgame.
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The first confirmation is that the concept art featured Wanda and Vision in the 1950s. Wandavision could be a very unique take on a Marvel story. The confirmed setting may be the result of Wanda’s abilities going out of control and shifting reality around them so that they could have a peaceful life. Naturally, we have no clue if this is post Avengers: Endgame or during the time they were on the run from the government. They could explore an alternate reality where Wanda’s brother never died during the events from Avengers: Age of Ultron. Olsen also kind of reveals the runtime for the mini-series. At six hours, it would hint at the show being around six episodes once it releases. The Mandalorian was confirmed to release on a weekly basis, so Disney+ isn’t taking Netflix’s instant release approach and we will have to wait for each episode to be released one at a time.
What do you think Wandavision will be about? Are you excited for the Marvel Studios mini-series?