By Stephen Ippolito | May 26th, 2021
According to The Hollywood Reporter, WandaVision head writer Jac Schaeffer has signed a three-year deal with Marvel Studios and 20th Television (Also owned by Disney). Under the agreement, she will create and develop new projects for both studios.
While no details were given on what the projects will be, Variety reports that the ones for Marvel will be released on Disney+.
Before she worked on WandaVision, Schaeffer was also a writer for the yet-to-be-released Black Widow film. She also served as a co-writer for 2019’s Captain Marvel.
WandaVision became the first MCU-produced series to hit the Disney streaming service when it debuted in January. Despite some fans being upset because their theories didn’t end up happening, the show was seen as an overall success. After nine episodes, it finished with a 91% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and is now also in the running for Emmy consideration.