Wandavision Release Date: How Is Vision Still Alive in Wandavision?

It’s time to look forward to Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe now that Phase 3 has come to an epic and bittersweet climax. The arrival of eight new MCU television programs on Disney+ is one of the most intriguing developments. For the first time, Marvel has taken a step outside of the studio’s “Phase” system, allowing spectators to taste Marvel’s universe without directly contributing to the story. However, with the Phase 4 series, which will premiere on Disney+ starting in 2021, Marvel opens a new chapter of creative possibilities by bringing its film heroes to television.

Marvel’s WandaVision, starring Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany, will follow Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany), two characters who began as adversaries in Avengers: Age of Ultron before soon becoming Earth’s Mightiest Heroes… and then a blossoming romance.

In WandaVision, one of the two protagonists is currently deceased, making it a compelling story. Despite our confusion, we know better than to second-guess Marvel, so we’re excited to find out what WandaVision has in store for us. Here’s all we know about the forthcoming show thus far.

The New Release Date for Wandavision

Marvel's WandaVision

After announcing a massive slate of 10 new films and television series, Marvel unveiled its plans for the next two years at San Diego Comic-Con in July. The projects will feature a variety of characters from the MCU. As initially planned, WandaVision was initially scheduled for release in 2021 as the second of seven MCU projects. Still, those plans have undergone numerous revisions, with WandaVision originally being moved up to late 2020 and then again delayed because of the delays caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

In Phase 4, WandaVision was initially scheduled to follow Black Widow, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and Eternals. However, it will now premiere on January 15, 2021, as the MCU’s next chapter. Following widespread theatre closures due to the pandemic, Black Widow and Eternals’ theatrical premieres were postponed until 2021, while The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’s planned 2020 release was canceled due to production delays.

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Only WandaVision has an official release date for Marvel’s planned Disney+ programs. Doctor Strange and Wanda Maximoff weinitiallylly slated to follow one another in the Multiverse of Made. Still, two MCU properties will now be separated for over a year, with Doctor Strange now being the last of the six Phase 4 films instead of the fourth. Originally

Wanda Maximoff, played by Elizabeth Olsen, Will Head the Cast of Wandavision in the Upcoming Season.

Marvel's WandaVision

Earlier this year, Disney confirmed Elizabeth Olsen would be returning to her role as Scarlet Witch in an upcoming series based on characters from their hit films Loki and Scarlet Witch. Actress Olsen has been playing Scarlet Witch Wanda Maximoff since the conclusion of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, where she and her brother Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) were teased at the end of the credits for a brief moment before the titles rolled. In Avengers: Age of Ultron, the two were enemies, but in the film’s conclusion, they decided to join the Avengers and fight alongside them instead of against t.hem.

Wanda is a mutant with superhuman abilities who can wield Chaos Magic and thereby change the course of history. While Quicksilver (Jeremy Renner, who will star in his own Disney+ series) was cruelly killed off at the end of Ultron, Wanda went on to join the Avengers. There is debate over which Avenger is most potent, but in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, Wanda proved to be one of the team’s best weapons against Thanos. In the MCU, HYDRA gave her telekinesis, telepathy, and energy manipulation using the Mind Stone (the same Infinity Stone that produced Vision). In the MCU, WandaVision has been chiefly seen manipulating items and creating illusions. Still, it wouldn’t be surprising to see her use her powers in something more esoteric in the future.

The New Release Date for Wandavision

After announcing a massive slate of 10 new films and television series, Marvel unveiled its plans for the next two years at San Diego Comic-Con in July. The projects will feature a variety of characters from the MCU. Initially planned, WandaVision is winitiallylly scheduled for release in 2021 as the second of seven MCU projects. Still, those plans have undergone numerous revisions, with WandaVision originally being moved up to late 2020 and then again delayed because of the delays caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

In Phase 4, WandaVision was initially scheduled to follow Black Widow, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and Eternals. However, it will now premiere on January 15, 2021, as the MCU’s next chapter. Following widespread theatre closures due to the pandemic, Black Widow and Eternals’ theatrical premieres were postponed until 2021, while The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’s planned 2020 release was canceled due to production delays.

Only WandaVision has an official release date for Marvel’s planned Disney+ programs. Doctor Strange and Wanda Maximoff have initially been slated to follow in the Multiverse of Made. Still, two MCU properties will be separated over a year, with Doctor Strange now being the last of the six Phase 4 films instead of the fourth. Originally

Wanda Maximoff, played by Elizabeth Olsen, Will Head the Cast of Wandavision in the Upcoming Season.

Marvel's WandaVision

Earlier this year, Disney confirmed Elizabeth Olsen would be returning to her role as Scarlet Witch in an upcoming series based on characters from their hit films Loki and Scarlet Witch. Actress Olsen has been playing Scarlet Witch Wanda Maximoff since the conclusion of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, where she and her brother Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) were teased at the end of the credits for a brief moment before the titles rolled. In Avengers: Age of Ultron, the two were enemies, but in the film’s conclusion, they decided to join the Avengers and fight alongside them instead of against them.

Wanda is a mutant with superhuman abilities who can wield Chaos Magic and thereby change the course of history. While Quicksilver (Jeremy Renner, who will star in his Disney+ series) was cruelly killed off at the end of Ultron, Wanda went on to join the Avengers. There is debate over which Avenger is most potent, but in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, Wanda proved to be one of the team’s best weapons against Thanos. In the MCU, HYDRA gave her telekinesis, telepathy, and energy manipulation using the Mind Stone (the same Infinity Stone that produced Vision). In the MCU, WandaVision has been chiefly seen manipulating items and creating illusions. Still, it wouldn’t be surprising to see her use her powers in something more esoteric in the future.

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