WandaVision Review: Fans Reaction about Series!

WandaVision, after a year without a Marvel movie, is imminent. The Disney+ original series is that the first TV produced by Marvel Studios. The studio is liable for carefully crafting the Marvel Cinematic Universe on the large screen over the last decade.

And with WandaVision set to premiere on Disney+ on Friday, January 15th, the primary reactions to the show’s first few episodes have arrived online courtesy of critics and press that got early access.

WandaVision takes place after Avengers’ events: Endgame and stars Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff and Paul Bettany as Vision. Those wondering how Vision remains alive as long as he was very, very not-alive in Avengers: Endgame. Well, Wanda may have those questions too.

Marvel has kept a reasonably tight lid on the plot. It specifics except to mention that Wanda and Vision live a quiet suburban life within the town of Westview once they begin to suspect things aren’t as they appear.

However, WandaVision can pay homage to iconic television shows throughout history. However, as a director Matt Shakman (who helmed every episode) crafts specific episodes as if they were made in certain time periods.

So we’ll see Wanda and Vision as a marriage within the 1950s fans like the Lucy-Esque setting and as homages to shows just like the Brady Bunch, poker hand, and even The Office.

This is the start of a replacement era for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It will play out on the tiny screen and, therefore, the big screen simultaneously. In contrast to past Marvel shows like Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. or Daredevil. Kevin Feige is producing these new shows.

Their storylines are mapped out right alongside the overarching storyline that will play call at movies like Eternals, Doctor Strange and Black Widow within the Multiverse of Madness.

Fans Tweet About the Story

Check out what everyone had to mention about seeing the primary three episodes of WandaVision below. The series premieres exclusively on Disney+ on January 15 with its first two episodes. From there, WandaVision will air one new episode every week before wrapping its season with a total of nine episodes.



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