In the halftime of Superbowl 2020, we saw a glimpse of Phase 4 projects of Marvel. The scenes were very brief and we hardly got any idea about them.
Marvel released its trailer for its first Phase 4 project WandaVision released its first two episodes on January 15, 2021, on Disney+.
The first trailer which was released in September hardly gave any idea about what this show will be about but the second trailer gave a hint about an alternate reality being the concept of this show.
Now the latest sneak peek for episode 4 confirms the concept of alternate theory. Also, with nine episodes, it’ll get over just before The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.
Predictions and Theories:
Evan Peters who played the role of Quicksilver in the X-men series is reportedly playing the role of Mephisto. The interesting thing here is that he’s mentioned in the cast on Google but not on IMDB. We’ll get to see Darcy Lewis (Kat Dennings) again after two Thor movies. Apart from that we also have several other characters whom we’ve seen in previous Marvel movies.
The biggest reveal about what the TV show will be comes from the mysterious Roger Wardell.
He states that there’s no Vision. Vision is something else and that will be revealed later. He adds that WandaVision will introduce villains like Mephisto and Grim Reaper and Reaper will be the main villain. Wanda and Vision disguise themselves as Glamour and Illusion. Wanda is using her powers to alter reality and influence things around her. Along with that, she will be seen leaving people’s lives static and give them unusual skills. The person who claims to be Vision will have the chance to be a hero known as Cyclone. He further added that each episode will end with suspense.
First of all, at least from the trailer, WandaVision didn’t look appealing to me. This is partly because it’ll get some time for me to get used to seeing characters which I’ve previously seen in the movies on TV shows. Also, Marvel is very good at keeping the audience from guessing the plot of their movies/TV shows. Also, the first two episodes didn’t make any sense although many hints were referencing everything being an illusion.
Some of Wardell’s predictions have already been true as seen from the first three episodes. But they don’t seem to be disguising themselves as Glamour and Illusion.
This was surprising to me as to how did each episode reach a budget this high. I’m guessing that the actors charged high as I didn’t see many effects in the first 3 episodes.
But, everything being said, it’s a must-watch as it’s a part of MCU’s phase 4 and I’d love if it surprises me.
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