Reports came out yesterday that confirms that The Falcon and the Winter Soldier will not premiere in August as previously reported. The production will pick back up in August and is expected to finish in the Fall. No word on a new release date but we can imagine we’ll get the series late this year, or early next year.
What’s to come for the latter Marvel series’? Deadline is reporting that WandaVision is still expected to make its December premiere date. According to other reports, the production received no major set backs and will arrive on Disney+ as planned.
As for Loki, we’re still hearing it’s arriving next year as planned.
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Bettany reprises the role of Vision and Elizabeth Olsen returns to her role of Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch, as they become the perfect married 50’s, nuclear family.
Teyonah Parris will also appear on the series as the grown-up version of Monica Rambeau, who was introduced to audiences in Captain Marvel. Kathryn Hahn is playing a nosey neighbor reportedly named Agatha. Josh Stamberg will also appear alongside Randall Park as secret agents.
According to recent reports Doctor Strange himself, Benedict Cumberbatch was on set for the last week of filming for WandaVision, which lines up with another story reported stating longtime Doctor Strange villain Nightmare would be the antagonist for the series, as well as Marvel Studios CCO Kevin Feige previously stating the film will lead directly into Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
Last month, Evan Peters (American Horror Story) was announced to have joined the series last summer in an unknown but a key role and shot his scenes towards the end of last year. Fans are now speculating what his role could be; the popular but least likely guess is Wanda’s brother Pietro aka Quicksilver, a role he played in Fox’s X-Men universe and was played by Aaron Taylor-Johnson in Avengers: Age of Ultron.
The series is also rumored to have shot in front of a live studio audience, and will pay homage to the multi-camera sitcom comedies throughout television history, including I Love Lucy.