Up until very recently, the Marvel cinematic world was included largely on the huge screen. WandaVision represents among their newest first forays into TV, and it is one that appears to be going rather well. The show got strong reviews, and Marvel fans are eagerly anticipating every new piece of information which the series reveals. As the season continues to grow, however, some have questions regarding WandaVision’s future.
When Is The Release Date Of Wandavision Season 2?
There is no confirmed release date yet. However, according to the creation and filming phase, WandaVision season 2 will release on Disney Plus in ancient 2022.
It Is Uncertain Which Cast Members Might Reunite.
While the series continues to broadcast, it is not possible to understand the last fates of WandaVision’s cast. It is very likely the Olsen and Bettany would go back as the titular superheroes. From the first season, they are united by Parris as Monica Rambeau/Geraldine, Hahn as Agnes, Kat Dennings as Dr. Darcy Lewis, and Randall Park as FBI agent Jimmy Woo.
The Plot Of The Series
When Collider inquired if Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness will work as the next season of WandaVision, Elizabeth Olsen stated, “I figure that the answer is that [WandaVision] could [get another year ].”
While that is rather vague, it surely suggests that Wanda will continue to play a bigger role at the MCU moving ahead. Given that time one has not completed however and Doctor Strange 2 is a very long way off, it is impossible to say for sure what is going to occur. But when the comics are not anything to go by, it is completely possible that Wanda will develop into an antagonist sooner or later, driven mad by her despair and pain.
Now the X-Men are set to combine with the MCU, Wanda’s reality-warping forces (and mutant legacy from the comics) create her the perfect bridge between both of these worlds, so don’t be shocked if that comes into play too.
And then there is Billy and Tommy to think about. At the moment, Wanda’s kids are only infants, but in the comics that they help form a new superhero group known as the Young Avengers whenever they come naturally. Marvel was hinting that this heritage group will arrive onscreen for a while now. It would not take much to accelerate the aging process and create, full-blown Avengers, at WandaVision season two.