When Marvel Studios fans got their first glimpse of WandaVision, they got split-second samples of what a sitcom would look like if it had a superhero spin on it. But this newly released trailer gives us a better idea of how those two concepts meld into one series. One thing is for sure, we will see Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany) going through some trippy moments.
Based on this trailer, fantasy and reality aren’t the only things that are colliding. It looks like the show will take place in some form of the afterlife. At least for Vision, who speaks to Kathryn Hahn’s nosy neighbor character, who tells Vision that he is dead. But beyond Vision in his cyborg form being a sitcom dad, we also see him in human form. At one point, he is wearing a cheap Halloween costume with the same Vision color scheme.
But one of the most exciting parts about this is Teyonah Parris’s tease as adult Monica Rambeau, the daughter of Maria Rambeau, the best friend of Captain Marvel.
Here’s the very short logline for WandaVIsion.
“The series is a blend of classic television and the Marvel Cinematic Universe in which Wanda Maximoff and Vision—two super-powered beings living idealized suburban lives—begin to suspect that everything is not as it seems. Key art and new images are also available now.”
Though the trailer is very brief, we get a sense of how the sitcom concept plays a role in how reality will be perceived in WandaVision. Furthermore, the idea of how it will be difficult to differentiate between the two will be a nice segue into Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness.
No word yet on when WandaVision will debut on Disney+, but, based on a previously shared press release, it will be sometime in the fall. We will keep you posted when there is a release date. For now, enjoy the trailer. Again, and again, and again.