By Stephen Ippolito | September 16th, 2020
It looks like we’re still expected to get some MCU content in 2020. According to a promo released by Disney+, the upcoming Marvel Studios produced show WandaVision is scheduled to arrive on the streaming service later this year. No specific date was given.
One other interesting detail from the promo is that it had no mention of another MCU series, The Falcon and Winter Soldier. Originally slated to be the first Marvel show released on Disney+ (August), the series was delayed because filming could not be completed in time. By having no mention of the show, Disney might have just confirmed that it will not be released in 2020.
Yesterday we received the opposite kind of news when it was reported that Disney is expected to delay Black Widow‘s November 6th release. With not many weekend slots left open in December, the thought was it would be pushed into 2021.
Plot details of WandaVision remain in Marvel Studios’ vault. Judging by the title and a brief teaser released in February, it will revolve around the Scarlet Witch (played by Elizabeth Olsen) and a somehow not dead Vision (played by Paul Bettany). It’s been suspected that we will be introduced to Scarlet Witch’s reality-warping powers. An ability she’s used in the comics.
Check out the promo below: