After a content drought that lasted over a year and a half, MCU proper is set to return in just under a month! The Marvel Studios-produced series WandaVision will drop its premiere episode on Disney+ on January 15, 2021.
It's hard to believe that fans haven't had any new installments of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to obsess over since Spider-Man: Far From Home hit theaters in Summer of 2019, but things will be looking a little brighter when the Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany starrer arrives on the Disney+ streaming platform.
Although fans have gotten a taste of WandaVision 's overall story, much of it likely still remains a mystery. Much hype has been created by the series' off-kilter, sitcom setting, but knowing how close Marvel Studios likes to keep things close to the vest, it's likely that fans haven't seen the half of things.
Footage of a new TV spot for Marvel Studios' WandaVision has been captured and posted to Twitter by user AnotherMarvelIG . Check it out below:
WHAT THIS MEANS
As one can clearly see, there's a bit of new footage in this spot, plus a few new lines of dialogue. For instance, Wanda and Vision can be seen riding on a tandem bicycle in their 1980s-styled outfits. Wanda can also be seen using her powers to repair damage in what appears to be her house.
It's easy to speculate on what exactly caused the damage. Perhaps someone from outside the sitcom-based reality suddenly appears and frightens Wanda, causing her to hurl the intruder out of the building using her telekinetic abilities?
However, maybe the most curious shot of all features "Modern day" Wanda standing outside in broad daylight, looking worried while a crowd stands around her. Could this be the younger Maximoff twin after having broke through into reality? Or maybe this is the moment where she realizes that everything has been a fabrication caused by her unpredictable superpowers?
Whatever the case may be, fans can expect Wanda's idyllic sitcom world to quickly get turned on its head when WandaVision debuts on Disney+ starting January 15, 2021.