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The New WandaVision Release Date:
Marvel Studios’ WandaVision Release Date has been officially changed to 2020. In saying so, the series will now arrive earlier than it was expected. The WandaVision Tv Show is part of the Phase 4 slate of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This slate, which was unveiled by Kevin Feige at the SDCC 2019, also includes other movies and for the first time ever, television series.
The TV shows will entirely be Disney+ exclusives. Moreover, the first series will be The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, to release in the Fall of 2020. This was supposed to be followed by WandaVision in Spring 2021.
What Can We Expect From WandaVision?
As of now, Marvel hasn’t given us any firm WandaVision Release Date. However, the studio has been working hard at developing their slate of TV shows. We know that The Falcon and The Winter Soldier started filming in late 2019. And despite having a 2021 release date, WandaVision is also currently under production.
The set photos from WandaVision already tell us about Elizabeth Olsen’s return as Wanda Maximoff. Additionally, Teyonah Parris will also be there as the grown-up Monica Rambeau. Along with them, Paul Bettany will return to the series as Vision, even though the android was killed by Thanos in Infinity War. And since the series is already being filmed, it makes sense that Marvel and Disney might move up the WandaVision Release Date.
The Confirmed WandaVision Release Date:
— Disney+ (@disneyplus) January 1, 2020
A Disney+ video has confirmed that users can expect the WandaVision Tv Show to arrive on the streaming platform in 2020. This means that both The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, as well as WandaVision, will release this year itself. Additionally, this also means that WandaVision will move up from its Spring 2021 release date window. However, it is still unclear as to when exactly in 2020 the Marvel series will premiere.
Our Speculations On When The Series Could Premiere:
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier was previously set to premiere in Fall 2020. But, WandaVision will now be joining the Captain America spinoff on this year’s slate. Therefore, it is very likely that the former will move up, potentially to the summer window. Moreover, if we consider the success of Star Wars’ The Mandalorian, Disney+ is no doubt eager to unveil its first Marvel offering as soon as possible.
Additionally, since TV shows generally take a much lesser time to produce, as compared to movies, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier could arrive earlier than expected. Subsequently, this could leave the end of 2020 open for WandaVision. Regardless, fans will still not know exactly when either Marvel Disney+ series will air until the streamer confirms their specific premiere dates.