WandaVision: New poster with Bettany, Olsen and Thriller High Hat
And what’s wrong with that cylinder?
Get a Load of It: Disney + has released another new one WandaVision Poster. The first of four new Marvel Studios TV shows for Disney + will be out in January 2021, making sure we all have a good start into the new year. Due to various planning adjustments related to the pandemic, WandaVision will also serve as the MCU title ushering in the highly anticipated Phase 4.
The first of two new WandaVision posters was released on Friday. The poster teased a dreamy 1950s version of Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and vision (Paul Bettany). The couple appear in an older TV model as if we were seeing the couple in their own version of Leave it to the beaver. However, in the corner of the poster, a piece of wood paneling is peeled off to show what looks static. Not everything is what it seems.
The second poster Disney + released on Saturday shows a similar setup, but with some notable changes. First, Wanda and Vision look like they did in the 1960s, indicating WandaVision’s intent to tour each decade of sitcom history. It is difficult to get an overview of what is going on in the scene shown on TV, so there aren’t much problems with the plot there. But vision in its true form (and not in its human identity) is attention-grabbing. In addition, a cylinder rests on the corner of the television. It’s a strange accessory and worth keeping an eye on whenever we want to find out what’s going on with WandaVision.
Image via Disney +
WandaVision plays the leading role alongside Bettany and Olsen Teyonah Parris, Kathryn Hahn, Debra Jo Rupp, Kat Dennings, and Randall Park. As can be seen in the trippy WandaVision trailer, Wanda and Vision have an idealized suburban life afterAvengers: Endgamebut not everything is what it seems. As the couple move from decade to decade, a mystery will unfold as to the true nature of their existence in this world.
WandaVision will premiere on Disney + on January 15, 2021. Check out the even more recent poster for the MCU TV show below. Learn more about the cast of the MCU Disney + Show Hawkeye and see what’s coming to Disney + in December.
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