WandaVision trailers and posters

The first full dedicated trailer for WandaVision was revealed during the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards. You can watch it below:

The first look at WandaVision was revealed at the Superbowl, along with footage from other MCU Disney+ shows. Take a look below:

Disney also unveiled the official poster for the show alongside the full trailer:

When will WandaVision be released?

All we know so far is that it’s currently scheduled for this year - probably in the last quarter. We also know that the pandemic delayed parts of the production process, so this could push the show back further. 

However, Murphy's Multiverse has discovered a piece of code that may suggest the show is on track for a release of 27 November (Thanksgiving weekend). Previous rumours had suggested a December release date, but seeing as this isn't too far off it could be credible. 

Of course, Disney has already teased the lineup for November, and WandaVision wasn't in this, so December is probably more likely. This is further backed up by Elizabeth Olsen cancelling convention appearances due to filming commitments for the show,  so production will need more time to wrap everything up. 

What will WandaVision be about?

Spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame

WandaVision is set to take place post Avengers: Endgame - something already interesting as by this point Vision has been destroyed by Thanos as he obtained the last Infinity Stone from him.

From initial descriptions and the trailer, we see both Wanda and Vision in a vintage suburban setting, but apparently not all is as it seems. Writer Jac Schaeffer described the show at D23 as “half classic sitcom and half full MCU spectacular”, and from the footage this seems to be quite dream-like and surreal.

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Fans are speculating that this is all taking place in Wanda’s mind, and it’s a version of the story she’s created for herself to cope with losing Vision. Another theory is that this show takes place in another branch of time - similar to how Loki will be set. Now that alternative dimensions have been established in the MCU, this is also entirely possible.

Olsen also told audiences at Comic Con that the show would be very weird, and that we’d discover the reason that Wanda is dubbed the Scarlet Witch.

Who is involved in WandaVision?

If the name wasn’t giveaway enough, both Elizabeth Olson (Wanda Maximoff AKA The Scarlet Witch) and Paul Bettany (Vision) will be reprising their roles for this series.

The supporting cast will also see reprises from Kat Dennings (Darcy Lewis from the Thor films) and Randall Park (Jimmy Woo from Ant-Man and the Wasp). Teyonah Parris will make her Marvel debut playing an adult version of Monica Rambeau, seen as a child in Captain Marvel. Kathryn Hahn will also play a 'nosy neighbour', a character which is currently unnamed. 

Reliable rumours from Murphy's Multiverse are currently circulating that Evan Peters has also been added to cast, the actor who played Quicksilver in the X-Men films Days of Future Past, Apocalypse and Dark Phoenix. We don't know yet whether Peters will be reprising his as Quicksilver - which is entirely possible now that Disney owns the X-Men franchise. 

The series is created and written by Jac Schaeffer - also the writer for the upcoming MCU film Black Widow. Directing will be done by Matt Shakman, who has previously worked on It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Fargo and Game of Thrones.

How to watch WandaVision

WandaVision will be another Disney Plus exclusive. If you’ve not yet got an account, this costs either £5.99/$6.99 on a monthly rolling account, or £59.99/$69.99 for an annual subscription. You can sign up on the Disney+ website