As Marvel Studios moves closer and closer to finally ending the wait for new content, the excitement is feeling beyond palpable for the imminent debut of Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It will also be the start of an all-new era for the biggest franchise in cinematic history with its first new property coming to Disney+ in the form of WandaVision.
The MCU fan base has been more curious than ever since the show was initially announced at San Diego Comic Con 2019, and the hype was as massive as always once the series' first official trailer debuted during the 2020 Emmy Awards show. With Elizabeth Olsen's Wanda Maximoff and Paul Bettany's Vision making their way through a crazy new reality that will utilize multiple different eras of network television, this is set to be undoubtedly the wackiest and most wild project the MCU has ever released, and the fans already can't get enough of it.
The show is inching closer to its debut on Disney+, and it's being promoted even further thanks to a new magazine release that will come in the not-too-distant future.
Twitter user @wendyhexes has just released blurry snapshots of five new stills from the upcoming Entertainment Weekly article teasing the arrival of Marvel Studios' WandaVision on Disney+. These photos appear to all be from both the 1950's and 1970's setups in Wanda and Vision's home that they make together, and can all be seen below:
New blurry asf stills of entertainment weekly wandavision pic.twitter.com/zOHfFYwtXc— Emmaᱬ @wandabewitched backup (@wendyhexes) November 10, 2020
Also this one idk what she is doing maybe changing her outfit? pic.twitter.com/JBvVN5wxwE— Emmaᱬ @wandabewitched backup (@wendyhexes) November 10, 2020
WHAT THIS MEANS
While these new images don't reveal any brand new plot details pertaining to WandaVision, they are all great looks into the early stages of this brand new mini-series. Kathryn Hahn's character has been one of the biggest mysteries thus far, especially after her interaction with Vision in the show's debut trailer, with many theories pointing to her playing Agatha Harkless and serving as the primary villain pitted against the central couple.
Wanda's incredible powers are also shown off once again in these photos, and it will be an exciting to find out exactly how she uses them in this series and how much more powerful she has become since her last appearance in 2019's Avengers: Endgame. Vision can be seen in both his android form along with the human look that was introduced in Avengers: Infinity War as the mystery surrounding his revival continues to float all across the internet. Perhaps the most touching of this new leaked batch shows Bettany's Vision and Olsen's Wanda both looking at Wanda's baby bump, both in their 70s-era attire.
WandaVision is working to premiere on Disney+ by the end of 2020, hopefully sometime in December, although there is no confirmed release date for this debut Marvel Studios mini-series yet.