A series focused exclusively on Scarlet Witch and Vision will address the results of Avengers: Infinity War, which saw the pair die at the hands of Thanos. It will be interesting to see how these two resumed their lives and their relationship throughout the television series. It will be interesting to see how they develop as a personality and what new experiences will be presented to them. With this in mind, this is what we understand about WandaVision.
As we listen to “Twilight Time” by the turntables, we see Wanda Maximoff and Vision in a black and white setting that appears in any situation comedy from the 1950s. There are two newlyweds who, as they will meet in a moment, they’re ahead scratch, as Vision was last seen in Avengers: Infinity War ripping the Mind Stone out of his skull.
I can’t believe that if it’s scary and more dangerous for this vision to look like a Mind Stone on your forehead, it better look good without it.
Wanda has meta-human powers and Vision, being an android, both have to hide their true inclination to fit in. It goes with classic sitcom concepts like skits like Bewitched, I Dream of Genie, Small Wonder, and Coneheads.
The expected release date of the WandaVision:
During Marvel Studios’ Comic-Con 2019 panel in San Diego, it was announced that WandVision will air on Disney + in spring 2021, just before Doctor Strange, and in Multiverse of Madness theaters on May 7, 2021. No However, Disney announced a Disney+ teaser through January 2020, which WandaVision would release sometime in 2020.
The expected storyline of the WandaVision
So far, not many details of the show have been revealed. In Avengers: Endgame, we saw Thanos tear the Mind Stone out of vision, causing her death. However, it is clear that we will see Wanda and Vision on the show. It was revealed that WandaVision would appear in an upcoming MCU movie, Doctor Strange and The Multiverse of Madness.
This may mean that we are looking at an alternate universe and in one of those universes, the vision is still alive. We’ve also seen in the comics how Wanda had reality-altering powers. In House of M, she used her powers to recreate certain powers and place the heroes in various positions.