Wonder Studios’ mind twisting show WandaVision is all set to undergo reshoots, as said by actor Kathryn Hahn through Instagram.
WandaVision is set during the 1950s and the show looks genuinely unusual from the small quantity of footage we’ve been blessed to receive. The show mixes the style of classic sitcoms with the Marvel Cinematic Universe in which Wanda Maximoff and Vision-two super-controlled beings living their optimal suburban lives-start to speculate that everything isn’t as it appears. The show is coordinated by Matt Shakman with Jac Schaeffer on board as head writer. The Tampa Bay Comic Convention Facebook account was the first to uncover that WandaVision was returning for extra photography this mid year.
Fixated on the suburban life of Elizabeth Olsen’s Wanda Maximoff (a.k.a Scarlet Witch, who can control matter and time) and Paul Bettany’s Vision (a regenerative android who is blessed with superhuman strength), the forthcoming MCU spin-off is one of Disney+’s most encouraging releases.
Before the coronavirus outbreak, cameras already had rolled on this one, however it seems like the movie creators didn’t exactly get all that they required.
WandaVision will follow Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) as she sets up home with her adored other half Vision (Paul Bettany). Seemingly living in various forms of the reality, Wanda and Vision appear as though the poster-perfect couple – from living in black and white in a white-picket fence, I love Lucy-style world through to a considerably more present day take on family.
Adding to the WandaVision reshoot news is the hypothesis that American Horror Story and X-Men star Evan Peters has been cast in a secret role. Marvel fans are more than likely trusting that he’ll be playing Quicksilver in the series, however that appears to be unlikely, even if the show includes a strange, dream-like style. Whatever the case might be, it appears that Marvel Studios is prepared to return to take a shot at the Disney+ series.