In early March, it was reported via Instagram that the upcoming show Wandavision has already finished its filming phase in Atlanta, United States. Then, in the middle of the same month, Variety confirmed that Disney + superhero productions had halted their scheduled activities due to the epidemic – including a series starring Elizabeth Olsen. However, a novel report from Murphy Multiverse Portal reveals that the series is polishing its latest details to be aired in December this year.
According to the portal, filming has been completed as well as all special effects work. However, there are details to be polished around the version and some resuscitation (if necessary). Recall that despite the epidemic, it was reported that Marvel Studios would be working remotely on their upcoming new show and it appears that they have.
The portal assumes that this news will confirm the series’ arrival by December 2020 (originally planned). But, it remains to be seen whether it has been said that the release date will not undergo any changes considering the calendar, the first series to come is The Falcon and Winter Soldier, which premieres for August 2020.
However, the series starring Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes has not gone down with very good luck, as its filming was confirmed to be canceled in the Czech Republic during the epidemic. Even some rumors state that Coronavirus (COVID-19) may have forced the script of the series to be changed. So what would be the problem? In theory, Marvel Studios could have anticipated the arrival of the Scarlet Witch and Vision on Disney + screens. But if we assume that all projects follow a narrative continuum, there will be a delay.
A fact that Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (a film that would have a major impact on WandaVision) extended its premiere until March 25, 2022.
About WandaVision we thank the first advance of Super Bowl LIV that will pay tribute to the classic sitcom of the United States. Other details without a clear reference clearly assure us of the presence of the SWORD agency led by Monica Rambeau. In addition, Wanda Maximoff and Vision’s sons Billy Kaplan and Tommy Shepherd are expected to make their debuts.