If you thought the WandaVision trailer would be just a view into the romantic life of Scarlet Witch and Vision’s new home then let us warn you that there is more to the picture than what meets the eye.
On Christmas, Marvel Studios had dropped yet another trailer of WandaVision series for the fans giving a sneak peek into the dark and mysterious life of the duo.
What is new in the WandaVision trailer?
The new WandaVision trailer is a mix of classic sitcom setup with Marvel Studio’s imagination. It shows the Suburban lives of Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany) and how things are changing around them in unexcepted ways.
The series is going to explain how Vision is back after being killed by Thanos in Avengers: Endgame and hints towards the theory of multiverse in Phase 4 of MCU.
The WandaVision trailer starts with them talking about how an “unusual” couple they are as they have no anniversary, or song, or wedding rings. It also shows how the Scarlet Witch would like to “fit-in the town of Westview” and how their lives move fast in the suburbs.
Although the main focus of the WandaVision trailer was Aunt Agnes, who stops a scene to start it again, and Parris’ Monica, who doesn’t understand who she is in this bizarre situation, leading to a lot of parallel theories about this imaginary world of the characters. Scarlet Witch also seems to come and go quite often from the sitcom set-up in which she is trapped.
It shows glimpses of Scarlet’s brother Quicksilver, another hint to the theory of multiverse for the Marvel character as he was shown dead in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Also, judging by the plot, we can say that Scarlet and Vision’s kids will definitely play an important role in Phase 4 of the MCU.
The WandaVision series also stars Kathryn Hahn, Teyonah Parris, Kat Dennings, and Randall Park. It is is directed by Matt Shakman while Jac Shaeffer is the head writer.
The series is all ready to be released on January 15 on Disney+.
“It’s a really big swing we’ve taken a really big and it’s a beautiful puzzle that the audience will get to open over the course of the episodes,” Bettany said in a recent interview with Sirius XM’s Jess Cagle Show. “Peel back the layers and get closer and closer to the truth of what is going on in this town for this strange couple. I would also say that there are a lot of firsts for all of us.”
“The show is complicated because we’re incorporating the rules of the MCU and narrowing in on suburban family sitcoms — but not all the episodes are structurally similar,” co-executive producer Mary Livanos recently told Emmys magazine. “What’s fun about it is that it leads the audience to ask questions about when this takes place or whether this is a social experiment and if this is an alternative reality and an unraveling of the mystery. We’re excited that the Disney+ platform allows us the creative space to play around.”