Marvel Fans Can’t Wait for WandaVision on Disney+
WandaVision, more than any other Marvel show/film, has my attention.
And, clearly, I am not alone…
WandaVision Coming to Disney+ in 2020
Yesterday, MovieWeb’s B. Alan Orange wrote:
It’s officially a new year at Disney+. And starting this morning, there are a whole lot of new shows on the streaming app. Disney also launched a fun new trailer for everything coming out over the span of the next 12 months. Perhaps most exciting is the news that WandaVision is getting an early 2020 release date instead of its originally announced spring 2021 debut. You can check out the teaser direct from Disney+.
WandaVision was officially announced over the summer, with news about the exciting new Marvel TV show dropping between San Diego Comic-Con and Disney’s big D23 expo. What we see in the above trailer is the same concept art that has been previously shown off at these various conventions. It has a very ’60s sitcom vibe, with Vision and Scarlet Witch living an Ozzie and Harriet lifestyle. How is this possible? Especially with the death of Vision in Avengers: Infinity War? We’re not sure yet.
2020 is going to be another big year for Marvel after the blockbuster 2019 they had. This past year saw the release of Captain Marvel, Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: Far From Home, three of the top ten releases these past 12 months. Now, in the months ahead, we can not only look forward to WandaVision, but we’ll also be getting a second Disney+ TV series in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which was originally supposed to be the only Disney+ Marvel series coming in 2020.
You’ll Have to Watch All the Shows
Last year, MickeyBlog.com’s Melissa Roden, wrote of WandaVision and it’s cousin Loki:
Marvel Chief Creative Officer Kevin Feige in a recent interview with Bloomberg highlighted that you’ll probably need a Disney Plus subscription to understand everything in future Marvel movies! Here’s what he had to say about the Loki, Doctor Strange tie-in, “If you want to understand everything in future Marvel movies, he says, you’ll probably need a Disney+ subscription, because events from the new shows will factor into forthcoming films such as Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness”…
But the interconnectedness doesn’t stop there! It has already been confirmed that Wanda Maximoff will play a role in the Doctor Strange sequel. This also means that the WandaVision series also heading to Disney+ in 2021 would be essential viewing for Marvel fans prior to the Doctor Strange sequel.
More cohesive Marvel tie-ins between all mediums is expected now that Kevin Feige has recently been promoted to Marvel Chief Creative Officer. This means that going forward, the comics, TV, and movies are all under his wing!