Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany) are heading to the suburbs in WandaVision, which will be released on Friday.
One question, however, that fans have been asking since the series was announced is…how is Vision there? Because, as far as fan’s knew, he’s dead after Thanos (Josh Brolin) ripped the Mind Stone out of his head in Avengers: Infinity War. And Endgame did not bring him back.
According to Bettany, who talked with TVLine, it is going to be addressed in the series.
“We got ya. Everybody, stop working so hard to figure it out. Buckle in and love it, and it will take you on a ride. All of these things are going to be explained.”
Bettany says to also hold onto the twist and turns of the series, which will break away from its mid-century sitcom format as it goes through the decades. He also shared the series special effects cost more than Endgame, which damn.
“It is not some arbitrary reason that they are hurtling through the American century at a breakneck speed through sitcoms, and they are as confused as you are. At some point, Vision begins to think, ‘Gosh, there’s just something wrong in this town,’ and he starts to investigate. And of course, the ‘real’ world and this world are on a collision course, and there is an epic denouement for the whole thing. Be sure, we are heading somewhere massive.”
WandaVision will be premiere on Friday, Jan 15 on Disney+.
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