Disney Plus’s upcoming series WandaVision has finally wrapped its shooting. The MCU phase four show is yet to get a release date.
Although the post was deleted after a while, it was too late to prevent it from spreading. Marvel News Brazil’s Twitter page then posted the set photos from the series.
Agora vai? Parece que as gravações de #WandaVision foram 100% encerradas essa semana.
Novas imagens do produtor Dylan Klumph tiradas no rancho cinematográfico da Disney mostra uma "Biblioteca Publica de Westview", nome de uma das cidades fictícias da série. pic.twitter.com/JIx99N9igq
— Marvel News (@BRMarvelNews) November 3, 2020
WandaVision plot, cast, and release details
Speaking of the show producer, Dylan Klumph, he recently posted on his Instagram that show’s production already wrapped earlier this month. He didn’t reveal the series name, but he used Disney+ in his post description. So it became quite obvious that the alleged show is WandaVision, of course.
Here’s the excerpt from the deleted Instagram post:
“Also, a HUGE shoutout to @kelseytfarrar for bringing me on board the team and also running that set like A BOSS. One down, many more to come for us. Be sure to keep a lookout for something awesome this December on Disney+.”
The upcoming show is based on Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany’s MCU characters. It will directly lead to the multiverse aspect of the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe because the same theme will continue in Doctor Strange 2 as well.
The series’s plot will revolve around Wanda’s imaginative world with Vision, who has already died in the MCU. It will show how she creates her own reality in which she initially wanted to live with Vision.
Cast members on this title are Teyonah Parris, Randal Park, Debra Jo Rupp, Kathryn Hahn, and Fred Melamed. Randall Park will reprise his role from Ant-Man and the Wasp.
Although a release date is yet to be announced, it speculated that the Disney Plus series would stream in December.
MCU line-up in phase four
The latest scenario at Marvel Studios is quite confusing due to the impact of COVID-19. There are many delayed projects now amid the pandemic. Movies like Black Widow and Eternals were scheduled to release this year. They will now arrive in the summer of 2021.
Initially, Black Widow was the first official installment to kickstart phase four. However, now it seems that WandaVision will arrive sooner than any other movie or TV show. Fans are hoping that it eventually starts streaming next month without any further delay. It’s been a long wait for them already.
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