Disney+ is set to launch in November of this year and already has a lot of hype surrounding it. People are wondering what the service will offer, how much it will cost, and many other things. One question on people’s minds is whether or not there will be WandaVision season 2 on Disney+. Luckily for all you Marvel fans out there, Disney CEO Bob Iger recently confirmed that yes! There WILL be a WandaVision Season 2 coming soon to Disney+.
WandaVision Season Two’s release date has not been announced; as of yet, but it could come out any time, between now and 2024.
As for what the release date will be, that remains a mystery. We do know that; it is slated to debut on Disney+’s launch day. And rumours are swirling around about; when season two might premiere. Some say in November, while others believe it could come out much sooner; than anticipated- possibly as soon as September! With all these predictions floating around, we can’t seem to get our hopes up too high. But with such a popular series; set to continue at some point shortly, we’re sure many of you Marvel fans are counting down; until renewal, the season has passed. And WandaVision Season Two hits your TV screens once again.
WandaVision is set to return on Disney+, but we have no clue; as to when exactly the second season might come out! Rumours are swirling around about what time period it’ll take place; and just how many episodes will debut with each new series installment… So until more information surfaces (and at least one teaser trailer), all we can really do is speculate what’s going down between Vision and Wanda. And even though speculation isn’t always the most reliable, we can’t help but hope for the best.
WandaVision Season Two is speculated to be set in the 2020s or 2030s, similar to how Avengers Endgame was set three years into the future. The series will feature six episodes, with each episode running at around 40 minutes long and being aired every Saturday on Disney+.
WandaVision follows Scarlet Witch’s solo adventures as she tries her hand at motherhood while balancing both heroism and villainy when necessary! It stars Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch and Paul Bettany as Vision (both reprising their roles from Marvel Cinematic Universe). There are also guest appearances by other heroes like Captain America, Hawkeye, Ant-Man and the Wasp, Black Widow.
Even though we don’t know much about what will happen during this second installment, some rumors are circulating that Tony Stark may make an appearance in one episode before his death at the end of Avengers Endgame! Talk about a cliffhanger.
The series is not a crossover with Avengers Endgame but will instead tell self-contained stories about Scarlet Witch’s life as she manages to balance her duality of being a mother while also being an Avenger. The showrunners have confirmed that there are no plans for WandaVision Season Two at this time, and it remains unclear if Marvel Studios has any intention of developing another season since they’re currently focusing on the upcoming Spiderman: Far From Home movie set to release next week.
In regards to casting speculation:
No one knows who’ll return or if any new faces will appear. We do know that WandaVision season two will be a sequel of sorts to Avengers: Endgame, so there’s no telling who could make an appearance in this next series installment.
WandaVision season two will be a sequel of sorts to Avengers: Endgame, so there’s no telling who could make an appearance in this next series installment.
Speculated cast includes Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff aka Scarlet Witch and Paul Bettany as Vision; Kathryn Hahn as Agnes/Agatha Harkness; Teyonah Parris as Monica Rambeau; Randall Park as FBI Agent Jimmy Woo; Kat Dennings as physicist Darcy Lewis.
If there is a WandaVision season two, it seems highly unlikely we’d see any of the residents of Westview, like Emma Caulfield or Evan Peters.
Is there White Vision?
One of the biggest unresolved storylines from WandaVision season 1 involves White Vision. In the final episode, White Vision (made from Vision’s vibranium body) faces off against Vision (the one created by Wanda’s power).
Wanda’s Vision successfully uses philosophy to neutralize White Vision, then gives him all of his memories. White Vision then flies off, and his whereabouts remain unknown by the end of the episode.
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