The protagonists of the first series of the MCU for Disney + offer new statements, ensuring that Scarlet Witch and Vision is only the beginning.
WandaVision or Scarlet Witch and Vision in Spain, the first Marvel Studios series as part of the UCM and which will soon debut on Disney +, has starred in an extensive article exclusively for the Entertainment Weekly medium, offering new images, new plot details and revealing statements by its two protagonists, Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany. Let’s see what the main interpreters of a series tell us that is still scheduled for December but does not yet have a specific premiere date.
A dream couple?
Thus, WandaVision tells us the life of Wanda and Vision living as a couple in a Westview urbanization after the events of Avengers Endgame, trying to hide their powers from the community; although they will soon discover that things don’t quite fit together. On the other hand, it is confirmed that the series will last six hours and will show us a sitcom-style first half of the American classics from the 50s to the 90s, some in black and white and others in color, even with a real audience. .
“The series is a love letter to the golden age of television. We are paying tribute to all these incredible series and the people who came before us; we are also trying to open new territory, ”acknowledges Jac Schaeffer, the series’ main screenwriter. Of course, the tone of the series is very marked thanks to a mixture of television comedy with epic superhero action.
Actress Elizabeth Olsen herself is very grateful to Marvel Studios for giving her the opportunity to delve deeper into her character of Wanda, a journey that began in Avengers: Age of Ultron and was enshrined in the last two Avengers installments. For her part, actor Paul Bettany acknowledges that she believed that her time at Marvel Studios had already ended after Avengers Infinity War and that she received WandaVision as a pleasant surprise “both for me and for the manager of my bank,” she concludes.
Regarding the new additions to the cast, Kathryn Hahn stands out in the role of Agnes, the typical nosy neighbor (although with a mysterious point) and Teyonah Parris, the already adult version of Monica Rambeau, the little girl of Captain Marvel, who can have a Featured role in the future of the MCU if you follow in the footsteps of your character in the comics.