After a successful Infinity Saga, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is expanding not just on the big screen, but also on the streaming side through Disney+. The mega superhero franchise introduced a plethora of shows during 2021 that gave the spotlight to side characters like Elizabeth Olsen's Wanda Maximoff and Tom Hiddleston's Loki.
WandaVision officially launched the small screen branch of the MCU when it premiered last January. Created by Jac Schaeffer, the series revolves around the post-Avengers: Endgame adventures of Wanda Maximoff and the newly-resurrected Vision, as they end up in a sitcom-inspired world in Westview, New Jersey.
The MCU series propelled Wanda into the forefront of the franchise by showcasing her transformation into the Scarlet Witch while also cementing the return of Vision in Phase 4. Not only that, but WandaVision also garnered critical acclaim from critics, ultimately leading to a plethora of Emmy nominations.
Now, it seems that a crew member from the highly-regarded MCU series will return for a mystery Marvel series.
WANDAVISION WRITER RETURNS TO THE MCU
Update: Peter Cameron, via Twitter, clarified that he is not developing anything new for Marvel Studios. Instead, the producer confirmed that he's "writing in a service of a show that's already been announced:"
I appreciate the excitement in SUCH a big way, but just to set the record straight quickly here!: Afraid I'm not developing anything new for Marvel Studios. Writing in service of a show that's already been announced. (A hugely exciting story I'm beyond grateful to be a part of!)
Originally published: Murphy's Multiverse uncovered evidence that WandaVision writer and story editor Peter Cameron is set to become a co-producer of an unannounced show from Marvel Studios.
The outlet discovered that Cameron's Linkedin profile had been updated with a producer credit for the aforementioned Marvel series. Details of the MCU show have yet to be revealed.
Cameron served as the writer for two episodes of WandaVision, which included the sixth installment "All-New Halloween Spooktacular." Aside from the Elizabeth Olsen-led series, Cameron also worked as a writer and story editor on Amazon Prime's Carnival Row and Netflix's upcoming adaptation of Mark Millar's The Magic Order.
WHAT COULD THIS MCU PROJECT BE?
It remains to be seen which MCU project Peter Cameron will lead, but it's possible that his upcoming show will lean towards the mystical side due to his story editor credentials with WandaVision and The Magic Order.
That said, there's a chance that Cameron will be given producer duties for the upcoming Ghost Rider series. As first reported by The Direct, a Ghost Rider project is being developed by Kevin Feige and Marvel Studios, and this could be the mystery MCU show that the studio has yet to announce.
Other projects that Cameron could potentially be working on include Nova, Secret Warriors, or even the long-rumored Young Avengers project.
It's pretty interesting that Cameron has already updated his Linkedin profile for the Marvel series, seemingly hinting that this show could be announced this year. It's possible that this MCU series could be unveiled at Disney Investor Day, an event where Marvel projects are showcased.
This isn't the first time that a WandaVision crew member has made a comeback to the House of Mouse. Last June, WandaVision creator Jac Schaeffer signed a three-year deal with Disney, potentially hinting that the writer would return for a future Marvel project down the line.
All episodes of WandaVision are now streaming on Disney+.