What We Were All Expecting From WandaVision Season 2?

There is no way to predict the future of WandaVision. It’s as wild and unknown as the show itself. But could Marvel keep the story of the Avengers going after season one?

Any of the new superhero shows that will be on Disney+ may have another season, but Marvel boss Kevin Feige has been very vague about it. Even so, during a talk with Variety earlier this year, Feige said that the number of seasons for each show will be different:

“There are some shows that have been made to help us tell more stories and then make movies. Elizabeth Olsen will be in Doctor Strange 2. We’ve already said that. We’ve told you that WandaVision’s Monica Rambeau actress Teyonah Parris will be in Captain Marvel 2.”

This means WandaVision will have to change how they do their work. You can watch a lot of different shows on streaming services because the rules aren’t as strict as they used to be. This allows you to be more creative and go where you want to.

And when it comes to WandaVision, the rules are even more relaxed. So come with us as we talk to the coven and figure out what’s in store for a possible second season.

When Will the Second Season of Wandavision Be on Disney+ Again?

According to IGN wandavision won’t be returning for the second season. Elizabeth Olsen has been filming for Doctor Strange 2, so don’t expect new episodes until late 2022 at the earliest. Olsen is now working on the miniseries Love and Death with Jessica Jones star Krysten Ritter, Patrick Fugit from Almost Famous, and Lily Rabe from American Horror Story.

Big Little Lies and The Undoing producers are making a movie about a Texas housewife named Candy Montgomery (Olsen) who killed her friend Betty Gore (Rabe) with an ax in 1980. It’s based on the true story of how she killed her friend.

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Wandavision Season 1 Cast

  • Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch
  • Paul Bettany as Vision/White Vision
  • Debra Jo Rupp as Mrs. Hart
  • Fred Melamed as Arthur Hart
  • Kathryn Hahn as Agnes /Agatha Harkness
  • Teyonah Parris as Monica Rambeau/Photon
  • Kat Dennings as Darcy Lewis
  • Randall Park as Jimmy Woo
  • Emma Caulfield as Dottie Jones
  • Evan Peters as Fake Pietro
  • Ithamar Enriquez as Commercial Man
  • Victoria Blade as Commercial Woman

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Wandavision Season 1 Review

In a way, it’s like the Dragon Ball Z question: if everything is bigger and worse than before, where does it end? During the third act of movies like Age of Ultron and Thor: The Dark World, the characters fight with CGI. This led to them being mediocre. It’s true that there are some exceptions, like Black Panther and Doctor Strange. These little gems do help Marvel’s popularity to stay strong, though.

The end of Marvel’s third phase marked the end of a 12-year journey on the big screen. Iron Man came out in 2008, and Avengers: Endgame came out last year. A viral outbreak helped open the door for a new generation of small-screen actors to get their start.

Disney is now focusing more on movies for the small screen. WandaVision’s release felt like a breath of fresh air in the superhero genre. At least until the end.

Wanda is the main character in this story, and we first see her in a black and white sitcom with Vision. How? Then, what? Is this a different world? How can Vision still be alive, and how can it be? And who is pulling the strings? These questions are at the heart of the first few chapters, teasing cliffhanger endings and eerie revelations.

When WandaVision keeps its cards close to its chest and doesn’t show what’s really going on, it’s the best. If you want to know more about what happened, you have to wait until the middle of the show. The show WandaVision is a unique mix of superheroes and sitcoms that isn’t likely to be done again soon.

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Wandavision Official Trailer

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