The crazy world of WandaVision has formally been introduced on Disney+. Starring Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany as newlyweds Wanda Maximoff and Vision, the series transport audiences to another era with every incident. The first was filmed before a live studio audience in an homage to the’50s. Episode 2 changes to the the’60s along with the next installment occurs from the’70s, complete with Brady Bunch references. Every Friday, a fresh spell-binding setup drops, fueling speculation regarding a possible next season.
Which cast members could return.
While the series continues to broadcast, it is not possible to understand the last fates of WandaVision’s throw. It is very likely the Olsen and Bettany would go back as the titular superheroes. From the first season, they are united by Parris as Monica Rambeau, Kathryn Hahn as Agnes, Kat Dennings as Dr. Darcy Lewis, and Randall Park as FBI agent Jimmy Woo. These figures would probably return if a second season has been given the green light.
As a continuation of WandaVision has not yet been verified, there is no official release date. But with all the pandemic delaying productions along with a litany of other Marvel titles set to the introduction, it is improbable season 2 would bow before overdue 2022.
WandaVision season 2 trailer
While Disney Plus does not run conventional episodic promos, Marvel lately released a sneak glimpse teaser for the rear half of this WandaVision season.
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The trailer includes flashes of Vision and Wanda from Halloween outfits that resemble their appearances from the comic book. Aside from that, it is tough to tell that’90s-era sitcoms may inspire WandaVision episode 6. 1 possibility is that installment mashes the’90s and 2000s collectively and also takes a page from Malcolm in the Middle.