Marvel Cinematic Universe fans—especially Scarlet Witch and Vision—can cherish because the upcoming Disney+ series, Wandavision is getting few more episodes than expected.
Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios, previously claimed that the upcoming Wandavision series will be a six-hour-long movie, distributed in a six-part miniseries. However, recent reports claim that there are three more episodes on the series, which will sum up to a total of nine episodes.
Murphy’s Multiverse first revealed the news and posted a stunt person’s resume. The resume at some point reads, WandaVision (Ep. 109) in the credits. A prominent Marvel insider, Jeremy Conrad also posted a tweet claiming that the nine-episode report is actually correct. After Jeremy Conrad’s tweet, the founder of Murphy’s Multiverse replied a tweet claiming that there would be at least nine episodes, not that the series’ episode count is nine.
Wandavision is set to be the first Disney+ Original series taking place in a globally renowned cinematic universe, Marvel Cinematic Universe. Disney has currently shut down the production of Wandavision along with several other MCU based original series like Loki, The Falcon and Winter Soldier and movies, Shang-Chi, and The Eternals.
However, multiple reports have mentioned that the majority portion of the series has been completed before the shutdown. Also, a significant amount of visual effects work had been completed prior to the coronavirus related lockdown. The remaining post-production will resume soon, once the safety protocols are properly placed.
Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany will reprise their roles from the film for the upcoming series. Randall Park and Kat Dennings also joined the cast in the primary role of the series. Wanda and Vision are trying to live an ideal suburban life, but things aren’t going out as planned. The events of Wanda Vision take place after the events of Avengers Endgame.
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