WandaVision is an intriguing entry in the Phase 4 slate of the Marvel Cinematic Universe since it will seemingly revolve around the surprise resurrection of Vision, who met his demise at the hands of Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War, much to the dismay of Wanda Maximoff. While Vision's revival will presumably take the large chunk of the plot, the Superbowl trailer for the series showed that so much is happening to Wanda as well, since it was shown that she is likely trapped in a sitcom setting.
Not much is known about the plot of the series but it has been confirmed to tie into Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. It is also a question in everyone's mind if the show's earlier confirmed release date of December will push through since production of MCU properties have been delayed due to the ongoing pandemic. However, a recent report may have shed some light on the current status of the Disney+ series.
A report from Murphy's Multiverse has claimed that WandaVision has indeed finished filming and that visual effects work for the series is likely also complete. The report additionally revealed that the series is currently in its editing stage.
WHAT THIS MEANS
This serves as good news for fans who are eagerly anticipating the release of WandaVision. There have been conflicting reports in the past about the true progress of the Disney+ series in terms of production, and this report may now end this confusion. Since a huge chunk of the show will revolve around the sitcom setting, much of the visual effects that are being done would potentially be in the final set of episodes, when it has been rumored that much of the action will take place.
It is a different question altogether whether or not the show will premiere on its target December release given the numerous delays. The movie side of Phase 4 has already been pushed back and the same thing could happen for the Disney+ slate. Since the show will tie in to Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which will now premiere in March 2022, the show could even slide further down the release order in order to move it closer to its film counterpart.