Marvel Studios’ WandaVision TV show release date has been officially changed to 2020, with the series now set to arrive earlier than expected. Marvel Studios’ WandaVision TV show release date has been officially changed to 2020, with the series now set to reach more prior than expected. At the San Diego Comic-Con 2019, Marvel Studios head Kevin Phase unveiled the Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 4 slate, which includes a handful of films and a television series for the first time. The TV show is being produced as Disney + exclusives, first going to Falcon and Winter Soldier in Fall 2020, followed by WandaVision in Spring 2021.
Although Miracle did not offer any firm release date, studios have been hard at work developing their slate of TV shows. Falcon and Winter Soldier began filming late in 2019, and despite receiving a 2021 release date, WandaVision is also currently in production. The WandaVision set photos have already showcased not only Elizabeth Olsen’s return as Wanda Maximoff but Teyona Paris as the elder Monica Ramban. Also returning to the series is Paul Bettany as the Vision, even though Android was killed by Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War. Now, early filming makes sense, as Marvel and Disney step up to the WandaVision premiere date.
Both Falcon and Winter Soldier and WandaVision will release this year, as confirmed by a Disney + video preview of what users can expect to arrive on the streaming service in 2020. This means that WandaVision takes its last spring 2021 release date above the window, although it is unclear when the Miracle series will premiere in 2020. Watch the video below; it confirms the WandaVision release in 2020 at the 36th mark.
Since Falcon and Winter Soldier was previously scheduled for Fall 2020 and WandaVision now joins the Captain America spinoff on this year’s slate, it is likely the former will take over, possibly for the summer window. Considering the success of Star Wars’ Mandalorian, Disney + is no doubt eager to unveil its first miracle offering as soon as possible. And since TV shows typically take much less time to produce than movies, Falcon and Winter Soldier may arrive earlier than expected, leaving the end of 2020 open to Wandavision. Still, fans won’t know precisely when either Marvel Disney + series airs until the streamer confirms its specific premiere dates.
Until that time, fans can keep their eyes open for revelations from the WandaVision set as filming continues. Marvel and Disney + have been slowly releasing the series teaser, with the first WandaVision D23 poster debuting in 2019 and an image in CCXP last month. The WandaVision First Look image features the retro Wanda Maximoff and Human Vision – matching the D23 banner. It also confirms what was said about the series during part of the D23 Disney + panel’s Miracle, that WandaVision would be “half a classic sitcom, half MCU brilliant,” teasing the first half of that statement with the poster and image. Also, the set photos will include the confirmed sword of the “MCU Fantastic” part of WandaVision, so fans have plenty to be excited about in the series.
There’s still a lot we don’t know about WandaVision, like how everything we know fits together. But with the release date of WandaVision gone up to 2020 and filming released in the new year, fans will have to learn more about what miracles come from Phase 4 offerings sooner rather than later.
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