After Avengers: Endgame marked the end of the MCU's Infinity Saga, Marvel Studios' next step in the future of the franchise was the realm of television. One of the most highly-anticipated series of this venture is the upcoming Disney+ show WandaVision , which is set to focus on Wanda Maximoff and her unique relationship with fellow Avenger Vision.
Though news on the show has been scarce in the past few months, recent release date reveals likely point to a December 2020 premiere for the series. As the show's release continues to grow closer, a Marvel Studios concept artist shared some new words of excitement for the Scarlet Witch series...
Marvel Studios concept illustrator and visual development supervisor Andy Park recently shared a couple of Instagram posts of concept art keyframes from Captain America: Civil War , along with captions praising the upcoming WandaVision series in anticipation for the show's release.
The caption reads:
I can’t wait for you all to watch WandaVision! It’s so good! I always enjoy painting Wanda aka Elizabeth Olsen. She’s a great character & such a great actress! And no, this isn’t a shot from the show. It’s a crop of a keyframe I did for Cap: Civil War.
Park also shared this piece of Vision concept art :
The caption to this post stated:
In anticipation of WandaVision (like my last post) Here’s another closeup of a painting from the past that I did for Captain America: Civil War. I had fun painting Vision b/c his MCU design is just so darn cool! You have @ryan_meinerding_art to thank for that! Again, I can’t wait to experience WandaVision with you all on @disneyplus ! So much good stuff in store.
WHAT THIS MEANS
It sure seems that WandaVision will be unlike anything Marvel Studios has ever done. Andy Park has worked on almost every MCU film since Thor . He's seen a lot in his Marvel career, and for him to provide these high words of praise for the new Disney+ series, fans should be very excited for what's in store.
Even though Park stated that these two concept art keyframes are not from the show, there's no doubt that the airport battle from Civil War could factor heavily into the series. Wanda and Vision were on opposite sides of the Sokovia Accords argument, and the couple's battle against each other ended with some catastrophic destruction.
As Wanda's abilities grow more powerful and unstable in this next chapter of her life, catastrophe is likely in store for the Scarlet Witch once again. Though, with so much of the series taking place through the warped perception of Wanda Maximoff, fans will just have to wait and see if Wanda and Vision can make it out of this battle unscathed.