WandaVision Posters Continue to Tease
Another new poster from Marvel imagines another decade in WandaVision…
In this post, we have another WandaVision poster to posit.
Previously, we’ve broken down images that we think come from the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s.
Today, the show’s official Twitter handle posted:
📼 #WandaVision pic.twitter.com/DZsxvt7oiq
— WandaVision (@wandavision) December 7, 2020
Meanwhile, the most recent looks like it’s a photo from the interior of an old school TGI Fridays, no?
Fake plant, random bird pics, wainscoting, faux Tiffany lamp. And, of course, another television stand on which the Dude’s rug really ties the room together.
The scene on the TV has a very Family Ties motif.
Look closer. That antique-looking lamp could be a matching set with the one in the poster and that dates the image to the 1980s.
All the WandaVision Posters
Now, focusing on the four posters, I think we can safely characterize the type of shows on which they were based:
- Family Ties (1980s)
- Brady Bunch or Bewitched (both started in the late 1960s and into 1970s)
- The Dick Van Dyke Show (1960s)
- I Love Lucy (1950s)
Then, there’s the rug:
Moreover, the rug looks like it came right out of the Big Lebowski’s mansion (and we think The Big Lebowski is set in 1991).
Okay, so let’s take a good look at the trailer:
WandaVision | Official Trailer | Disney+
Welcome to WandaVision. Coming soon to Disney+. Marvel Studios’ captivating new series “WandaVision” stars Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany, and marks the first series from Marvel Studios streaming exclusively on Disney+. The series is a blend of classic television and the Marvel Cinematic Universe in which Wanda Maximoff and Vision—two super-powered beings living idealized suburban lives—begin to suspect that everything is not as it seems.
And, earlier this fall, our friends over at New Rockstars posted a breakdown (and give their thoughts on the ):
WandaVision Trailer Breakdown! Frame-by-Frame Analysis & Hidden MCU Easter Eggs!
What exactly is going on in WandaVision, the upcoming Marvel Disney+ series, featuring Wanda Maximoff Scarlet Witch and Vision, who was supposedly killed by Thanos in Avengers Infinity War? How is Vision alive, and why are he and Wanda appearing in various TV sitcom realities? Erik Voss breaks down everything you missed in this WandaVision trailer and explains the shifting-format concept, using sitcom influences like The Dick Van Dyke Show, Bewitched, The Brady Bunch, and Full House to adapt Marvel’s House of M event into a quirky “pocket reality” featuring Agatha Harkness and maybe Mephisto. How will Agents of SWORD tie into the WandaVision plot, and how will it set up Marvel’s X-Men, the Young Avengers, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, and dark supernatural elements like the Darkhold? And what is the deeper meaning of the song used in the trailer, “Twilight Time”?
Finally, what do you think? Do we have another image coming for us tomorrow?