Marvel Studios surprised everyone when they unveiled the first trailer for the much-anticipated WandaVision series. New footage from the trailer showcased the alternate sitcom-reality that the show will explore while also teasing an intriguing dynamic for Wanda and Vision.
Along with the trailer reveal, a brand new poster was also released, teasing the inner conflict that Wanda will endure throughout the series. Not only that, Disney confirmed that WandaVision will be the first offering of Marvel Studios on Disney+, giving the show a December release window . This development also confirmed that The Falcon and The Winter Soldier will premiere next year instead of in 2020.
As expected, fans took to social media to share their thoughts and feedback about the WandaVision trailer, and The Direct has compiled some of the amusing reactions.
ComicBook.com's Brandon Davis never fails to share meme-worthy reactions, and this one is a good example:
It appears that fans are loving the nod of WandaVision to the comic-accurate costumes of the titular characters:
Jay and Silent Bob star and longtime comics enthusiast Kevin Smith admitted that he bought the Vision & the Scarlet Witch comic book when he was a kid, while also expressing his excitement for the WandaVision series:
An eagle-eyed fan uncovered the blink-and-you'll-miss-it appearance of Kat Denning's Darcy from the trailer, making everyone curious of how big her role will be in the show:
Loki showrunner Michael Waldron shared that their writers' room "was next door to the WandaVision room" while also pointing out that the cast and crew of the Elizabeth Olsen-led series were "doing the coolest shit ever."
Ms. Marvel showrunner Bisha Ali declared that WandaVision is "going to be incredible" while also teasing the whispers that she heard about the show that will surprise fans even more:
After previously hyping up WandaVision from a couple of Instagram posts , Marvel Studios visual development supervisor Andy Park shared his reaction to the first trailer of the series:
Tyrone Magnus was clearly hyped for WandaVision after seeing the new trailer.
Majeliv and his family were curious about whether or not the alternate reality shown in the trailer was Vision's version of afterlife:
The Reel Rejects admitted that WandaVision feels very weird and bizarre after seeing the new trailer.
Dwayne N Jazz had a lot of questions after seeing the trailer for WandaVision .
Grace Randolph bared that WandaVision will look to continue the golden age of superhero television while also sharing that the show is a form of "sophisticated entertainment."
GETJaby was clearly confused after watching the WandaVision trailer, but he is still excited about the impending release of the show.
Late to the Party was ecstatic about WandaVision finally exploring the alternate reality aspect of the multiverse.
Sean Chandler admitted that the weird vibe of WandaVision felt strange to be associated with the larger MCU.
Dos Cavazos shared that the new trailer for WandaVision looked "really good and really unique."
Black Nerd Comedy geeked out after seeing tons of references from various decades of sitcoms.
It's clear that MCU fans are reacting positively to the release of the WandaVision trailer, especially after months of hiatus from Marvel Studios promotion. While the new trailer offered more questions than answers, it's a safe bet that MCU diehards will dive into speculation theory to make sense of what was released.
Marvel Studios is known for taking risks, and WandaVision is a prime example of that. The sitcom trope of the Disney+ series seems to be fresh way of incorporating a narrative, and it will be interesting to see how Wanda will evolve as a character throughout WandaVision .
WandaVision has been confirmed to premiere on Disney+ this December , and this new trailer proved that the wait will be a worthwhile one.