Wandavision and the future of the Marvel cinematic universe

After a full year of absolutely no content, Marvel fans were desperate and hungry for anything new from the company. Thankfully on January 15, Wandavison, a highly anticipated Disney Plus original starring Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettney, was released. After originally being announced as a take on american sitcoms at Comic-Con 2019, this highly anticipated show confused a lot of fans on opening weekend. Lets just say that a show taking place in the 1950s in the form of an american sitcom is not the usual Marvel formula. Fans soon questioned why super heroes Scarlet Witch and Vision were pretending to live perfect American lives in black and white. Apparently after the events of Marvels Endgame, Scarlet Witch dealt with the loss of Vision (spoilers!) by creating her own dream reality using her powers. In this new reality she lives her most desired life with her dead robot boyfriend. However with usual Marvel fashion not everything is as it seems. As throughout the episodes there seems to be some cooperation trying to reach Wanda while she is in her own reality. We here do love a mystery, Is Wanda being held against her will, brainwashed even to pretend like everything is fine? Or is someone trying to break her out before it’s too late? You can catch Wandavision on Disney Plus with new episodes coming every friday.


Don’t worry Marvel fans as WandaVision isn’t the only thing coming this year. A whole new plate of Marvel content is set to be released these upcoming months, as well as next year. Many projects including Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki, What If?, Ms. Marvel, Hawkeye, and many more are set to be released this year as Disney Plus original shows. Movies such as Black Widow, Spider-man 3, Dr. Strange and The Multiverse of Madness, and many more are also set to come out on the big screen these upcoming years.