Is a second season of WandaVision in the works? Unfortunately, the answer appears to be a resounding no. Marvel's first Disney Plus series was a huge success, generating a flurry of discussion on social media in the process. The team behind WandaVision, on the other hand, hasn't given fans much reason to believe that the show will return for a second season.
The second update is that those looking for WandaVision season 2 may be better off seeing Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, as Wanda Maximoff appears in that film and has been spotted in the trailer for it.
The fact that she's still on the lookout for her children only serves to confirm what we already suspected. Kevin Feige, the head of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, has been clear from the beginning that the events of WandaVision would lead into the film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. WandaVision season 2 is still in the early stages of development, according to Feige. During a press conference in February, he stated, “I've been at Marvel for far too long to say definitively “No” to anything, including a second season of WandaVision. That is not insignificant!
UPDATE: It appears that Marvel is resurrecting WandaVision from the ashes of the original show. The new series was intended for Agatha all along, as an Agatha Harkness television series starring Kathryn Hahn is currently in development for Disney Plus. The original article, as it appeared in print, is reproduced below.
Following that revelation, in a roundtable interview with EW.com in June, star Elizabeth Olsen stated unequivocally that WandaVision is a limited series. When actress Kaley Cuoco inquired about WandaVision season 2, she responded emphatically with “No. No.” “It's definitely a limited series,” says the author.
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The fact that the show has received multiple Emmy nominations in the relevant categories appears to have cemented its status as a limited series on the air. For its outstanding limited or anthology series, Olsen was nominated in the lead actress category. Paul Bettany was also nominated in the lead actor category, with Kathryn Hahn receiving a nomination as a supporting actress.
As a result, WandaVision season 2 isn't looking good at the moment. Feige, on the other hand, has stated that he would never say “definitely no.” Olsen also took a step back from her initial statement, saying, “I really don't know. After all, with Marvel, there is no such thing as a no.”
In the event that WandaVision season 2 is produced, what can we expect to see? Despite the fact that WandaVision episode 9 left some threads unresolved, it is possible that they will not be addressed in Doctor Strange 2. Furthermore, who doesn't want to see more Agnes, er, Agatha? (played by the queen, Kathryn Hahn).
Wandavision Season 2 Release Date Rumours Are Abounding.
If WandaVision season 2 is ever given the green light, it is likely that it will not air for several years after the first season. Marvel has a jam-packed schedule of upcoming Disney Plus shows on the way this year. We've already seen Falcon and Winter Soldier, as well as Loki, in this year alone. What If…?, Ms. Marvel, and Hawkeye are among the titles that will be released in the near future.
Afterwards, there will be Moon Knight, She-Hulk, Secret Invasion, Ironheart, Armor Wars, and an untitled Wakanda series, among other titles. Oh, and the second season of Loki has just been announced.
Aside from that, as previously stated, WandaVision is tied into Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which isn't even scheduled to hit theatres until March 25, 2022. If Marvel decides to make a second season of WandaVision, we don't expect it to premiere until late 2022 at the earliest — more likely in 2023 or 2024 — at the earliest.
Possibilities for the Wandavision Season 2 Cast
WandaVision was directed by Elizabeth Olsen, who played Wanda Maximoff aka Scarlet Witch, and Paul Bettany, who played Vision.Kat Dennings played physicist Darcy Lewis, and Kathryn Hahn played Agnes/Agatha Harkness; Teyonah Parris played Monica Rambeau; Randall Park played FBI Agent Jimmy Woo; and Randall Park played FBI Agent Jimmy Woo.
If WandaVision season 2 does happen, it appears highly unlikely that it will take place without its two main stars in tow. Hahn's performance was universally praised, so she appears to be a must-have for the cast as well. Parris appears to be a permanent member of the Captain Marvel crew for the foreseeable future, according to the trailer. If Park and Dennings were to get back together, we'd be delighted. Who knows what Marvel has in store for all of these characters in the future.
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That being said, if there is a second season of WandaVision, it appears highly unlikely that any of the residents of Westview, such as Emma Caulfield or Evan Peters, will appear.
Theories About Wandavision Season 2: Where Has White Vision Gone?
Another major storyline from WandaVision season 1 that has yet to be resolved is the one about White Vision. A battle between White Vision (made from Vision's vibranium body) and Vision (the one created by Wanda's power) takes place in the finale episode.
Wanda's Vision is successful in neutralising White Vision through the use of philosophy, and she then gives him all of his memories. White Vision then takes off in a plane, and his whereabouts are still a mystery at the conclusion of the episode.
But there's no way that the story of White Vision will come to an end at that point. Somewhere out there is a powerful vibranium android, complete with all of Vision's memories, which is flying around.
If we do get a second season of WandaVision, it's possible that Wanda and White Vision will cross paths again. Is it possible for them to fall in love despite the fact that White Vision does not possess the Mind Stone? An interesting test of the Ship of Theseus thought experiment would undoubtedly be conducted in that situation.