The show within the show approach of WandaVision is no doubt the main reason why the series stands out in Marvel's Phase 4 slate. The inaugural MCU project under the Disney+ banner is currently the talk of the town due to its presentation of sitcom tropes and intriguing mysteries that clearly hooked every viewer from the get-go.
After six episodes, there are questions that have yet to be answered, thus paving the way for numerous fan theories along the way. Despite that, it's no secret that a distinct aspect of WandaVision is the show's impressive combination of sitcom styles spanning several decades alongside the usual MCU action that fans know and love.
Without any context, WandaVision started off with a storyline straight from the '50s, showing the titular characters as a normal married couple in the suburbs. This roleplay continued in the next set of episodes, and the evolution of the show's setting went along with it.
As a result, the MCU series was able to deliver memorable production designs that resemble different eras of sitcom television. Now, new photos have emerged from the unique production process of WandaVision .
A SNEAK PEEK AT WANDAVISION 'S SET DESIGNS
Several behind-the-scenes images from the set of WandaVision have surfaced online, via Twitter user Marvel Studios Movies .
The first batch of photos features Vision's office, the android's corpse in the S.W.O.R.D. facility, the '50s-inspired home, as well as a glimpse at the living room of the 1970s residence of the MCU couple.
The Maximoff Residence from the 1970s is placed in the spotlight in this batch, showing off the beautiful colors and spoiler-heavy Easter eggs that were infused within the design of the house.
More set pieces from “Episode 3" of WandaVision are featured in another tweet, providing fans with a glimpse of how the set was built from the ground-up.
MARVEL STUDIOS' IMPRESSIVE PRODUCTION APPROACH
Part of the fun of WandaVision is its sitcom element, and it looks like the crew behind the series managed to have a good time in terms of creating the set design of the show. From replicating the look and feel of a certain decade all the way to infusing multiple MCU elements within the show's fabricated reality, the hit MCU series was able to create a “world” like never before.
In a way, this is a fitting tribute to the reality-altering powers of Wanda, and it's safe to say that the crew delivered on that end.
For the first time, one of the photos was able to give a clear view of Vision's corpse in the S.W.O.R.D. facility. While this plot point will be addressed in future episodes, seeing this now should help viewers understand Wanda's motivation behind retrieving the synthezoid's body.
Overall, the ever-evolving nature of Westview in WandaVision remain central to the show's intrigue, and this latest batch of set photos no doubt provided a glimpse of how the crew of the series worked hard to make it as unique as possible.