After months of teasing, Disney has finally released the first full trailer for its forthcoming Disney+ series WandaVision.
The trailer dropped during the 2020 Emmys, and has since been uploaded online.
The series, which stars Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff and Paul Bettany as Vision, appears to be partially set in 50s America.
It’s set to be released in December 2020, and Disney has previously confirmed that it will take place within the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and therefore should share continuity with the films in the franchise.
The trailer is super weird and frankly pretty confusing, especially in terms of its time-period.
WandaVision opens with a black and white setting that appears to situate Wanda and Vision as newlyweds, skipping a bit over the fact that Vision appeared to die in Avengers: Infinity War when the mind stone was ripped from his head.
The pair seem to be living normal lives, and have to hide their superpowers in front of other people.
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So we looked to experts in this sort of thing to try and break it down a bit further.
According to Den Of Geek, WandaVision appears to draw on a Marvel plotline from the comic where Wanda lost her mind and control of her powers entirely, and as a result she transformed the world into a separate reality.
Then there’s a scene where Debra Jo Rupp from That ‘70s Show appears to be visiting Wanda and Vision for dinner with her husband, and reality starts to slip as they are unable to answer her simple questions about when they got married.
Wanda and Vision do have babies in the comics, but then they turned out not to exist. It’s unclear whether they have children in the forthcoming show.
Confused enough? Yeah well, we definitely are.
If that wasn’t enough Easter eggs and comic book references, there’s even a scene where Vision turns up in a comic-accurate costume of himself.
Guess we’ll have to wait just like the rest of you to really figure out what’s going on with this one.
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