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Elizabeth Olsen On Wandavision Season 2 – Official Statements and Speculations!

Wandavision Season 2

We are all so excited about the upcoming season of Wandavision! Elizabeth Olsen has revealed to us that she is going to be in it. The latest news we have heard is that there will be a renewal for Season 2, but no one knows if they are going to continue with their 5-episode format or if they’re going to change things up and go back to 10 episodes. What do you think?

Elizabeth Olsen Confirms WandaVision won’t get a season 2?

I have seen a lot of speculation on the Internet and even in our comments about what we think WandaVision is going to do for Season Two. Well, I am here today to tell you that there will not be a second season! The show was never designed as an ongoing series, so they are done after five episodes. Sorry everyone, but it’s true!

Originally intended to premiere later in the MCU, complications from the Coronavirus pandemic meant WandaVision opened Phase Four of the MCU when it premiered on January 15th. The show’s place in the extended universe is firmly established; WandaVision serves as a direct set-up for 2022’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, in which Olsen will return as Wanda. The show was conceived as a limited series to explore supporting characters in the MCU. It was quickly followed by The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, also premiering on Disney+.

Can we expect Season 2 in late 2022?

At this time, there is no confirmation for a second season.

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The first and only episode of Wandavision was released on January 15th to mixed reviews from critics. The show has been criticized; for its lack of connection; with the MCU; at large and campy overtones; that does not fit well; in the Marvel Cinematic Universe film canon. Despite these concerns, it achieved 25 million views; within 24 hours, even without advertising or promotion; before viewership data; became unavailable due to problems; with Disney+. Critics did praise Elizabeth Olsen’s performance; as Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch, but others found her underwhelming, given she had spent so much time developing Wanda’s character; while portraying Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff; in several films and television shows.

WandaVision Season 2 Is Possible, Says Elizabeth Olsen

Source: Screen Rant.com

The show’s renewal status; is currently unknown, but it has been speculated that the release of Wanda Maximoff will be more effective; as a promotional tool for Disney+ and new MCU-related projects if she appears in her original form with an altered origin story from the one presented in Season One of Wandavision, which may lend credence to some fan theories about how Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff was formed.

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Probable Plotline for WandaVision Season 2:

A possible premise could have Elizabeth Olsen return as Scarlet Witch before going on to portray her younger self (as seen in Captain Marvel), who would then live through events similar to those depicted in Infinity War while interacting with other actors playing various incarnations of Guardians of the Galaxy characters and meeting Thanos.

“Wanda Maximoff will be more effective as a promotional tool for Disney+ and new MCU-related projects if she appears in her original form with an altered origin story from the one presented in Season One of Wandavision, which may lend credence to some fan theories about how Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff was formed.”

Why won’t MCU work on WandaVision Season 2?

“It’s a little hard to say. I think that we’re still so close, and the show is just airing now, but it feels like there are opportunities for new things in season two,” Elizabeth Olsen told ComicBook.com during a set visit interview last month. “We’ve been talking about it with Kevin [Feige], and he mentioned something about WandaVision Season Two.”

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WandaVision Season 1 Cast and Characters:

Elizabeth Olsen as Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff

Paul Bettany as Vision

Karan Soni as Dijooja

Leah Cairns as Vesta

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Cary Elwes as Doctor Strange (cameo)

WandaVision Season 1 Reviews and Ratings:

“WandaVision is a very special show. It has so much heart, and it was made with love– the kind of love I wish I could have on all my projects.”

Elizabeth Olsen, Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff

“The best way to describe Elizabeth Olson is she’s at her most beautiful in this role,” Paul Bettany told ComicBook.com during an exclusive interview last month. “She’s playing such important parts of herself, and who she wants to be that as an actor, you can’t help but want to do right by every scene.”

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Awards: Emmy Award for Outstanding Costumes For A Series (2018)

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