WandaVision, which will be the first of Marvel’s TV shows to premiere on Disney+, will be ‘a feast for your eyes’ according to Paul Bettany.
Paul Bettany, who will return as Vision for Marvel’s Disney+ series WandaVision, has called the show ‘a feast for your eyes.’ Although Wandavision will not release in November, despite previous signs it might, it will still be the first of Marvel’s new TV shows to directly tie into the MCU. The original plan was for The Falcon and the Winter Solider to be the first MCU series on Disney+, but like most projects in 2020, its production was affected by the coronavirus, leading to a delay in the release. Black Widow’s release date has also once again been pushed back. This leaves it for WandaVision to get Phase 4 underway, putting the somewhat experimental show under a lot of extra pressure to succeed.
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WandaVision is described as a half sitcom and half MCU epic, and the trailer that dropped back in September very much supports that description. The show, which is set post-Avengers: Endgame, revolves around Wanda Maximoff and Vision living the perfect suburban life, until revealing everything is not as perfect as it seems. The trailer gives a glimpse into the possible multiple realities and Kathryn Hahn’s villain Agnes (rumored to be inspired by Agatha Harkness). WandaVision appears to be a show that is quite captivating thanks to its unique narrative and visual settings, and Bettany has now promised it will be a visual treat for viewers.
In a new video promoting Disney+ content for Latin America, titled Disney+ Presenta (via ATGTVSERIES YouTube channel), Bettany and Elizabeth Olsen are seen inviting Latino America to enjoy the show. “We promise you it’s gonna be a feast for your eyes,” Bettany says, and Olsen adds that the show will keep you “on your toes.”
Considering WandaVision’s changing realities, the show will be visually unlike most other MCU installments. This along with the now expected visually stunning action set-pieces that come with Marvel projects – especially ones involving characters like Scarlet Witch and Vision – the “feast for your eyes” statement should be quite accurate. Also, the fact this show is supposed to tie into Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (the sequel to the MCU’s most visually unique movie to date) one would further expect it to be a feast for the eyes. Considering the various elements involved, such as the tongue in cheek way Wanda and Vision are seen in their old comic book costumes (likely for Halloween), the agency known as SWORD, and even the questions surrounding Vision’s existence – there’s already so many elements that have kept audiences’ eyes glued to every visual of WandaVision thus far.
Bettany also previously added that the show gets “more and more bonkers,” which is believable considering its premise. The show will also feature a grown-up Monica Rambeau (Teyonnah Parris) and even has ties to Phase 1 of the MCU with Kat Dennings returning as Darcy Lewis from Thor. WandaVision will premiere on Disney+ in December, and with so many intriguing elements in the show, fans will certainly be hoping it is, as Bettany says, “a feast for your eyes.”
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Source: Disney+ Presenta (via ATGTVSERIES)
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