The hype continues to grow.
At a time when a large portion of our liveliest new TV series are debuting on streaming, the question of when a show premieres is almost of secondary importance how it premieres. A cultural juggernaut like for example Strange things, is still only talking because it files all of its episodes in one day. The reverse shows how The young and The Mandalorian Get impressive stamina by sticking to a weekly schedule. This is all one way of saying that WandaVision, the first major television show that debuted in 2021, strives for a happy medium. Disney has confirmed that WandaVision will air episodes week after week, but when it premieres on January 15, it will show not one episode but two.
Furthermore, no one can imagine what the hell to expect from WandaVision. Trailers and posters for the show tease nothing but mind-bendery, like Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and vision (Paul Bettany) seem to live in an ever-changing world that is not our own. Also, Vision died right in Avengers: Infinity WarSo this probably needs to be addressed.
The last time we spoke to Bettany in November 2020, he assured us that all this anti-genre weirdness will have a purpose.
“I think it will make you think about the MCU in a whole new way, but I think it is absolutely a part of this universe. As each episode unfolds, the audience can pull back, layer by layer, until this rather beautiful puzzle box is written by Jac Schaeffer and directed by Matt Shakman and shot by [cinematographer] Jess Hall will be revealed to all and it will make sense. All the bonkers are about something. ”
WandaVision makes its debut on Friday, January 15th on Disney +. The series also plays the lead role Kathryn Hahn, Kat Dennings, Teyonah Parris, and Randall Park. To learn more about WandaVision, check out the latest footage and details on the various titles of the show here.
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