"WandaVision" stars Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany interview each other about Vision's return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the new Disney+ show's best wigs, and early memories of Batman and Spider-Man on TV.
Cinematographer Jess Hall used 47 different camera lenses for the seven time periods covered in WandaVision, many of which were modern lenses custom-modified to keep characteristics of the actual period lenses. Lighting was adjusted to align with the periods being portrayed. Tungsten lights were used in filming the 1950s-1970s era episodes, as they were commonly used in production during that period. LED light was used for scenes depicting the modern era, as Hall explained that was "the correct time line for when this equipment entered the filmmaking vocabulary." See more »
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I feel like I can say this is one the best Marvel Tv Shows I have ever seen, big statement I know but hear me out.
I wasn't really big fan of Wanda, i didn't even wanted to watch this but now I'm glad I did. It's gonna make you really sympathy with Wanda and you will feel her pain after watching this.
Acting is on point for Marvel it's usual, but I have stick out Elizabeth Olsen performance because she really put her best for this show. The whole cast really know what they doing and it's very visible. AMAZING
Matt Shaakman is a genius, I have never in my life seen anything like this and I'm really amazed by his job as a director for this tv show. CGI is getting better and better the execution is AMAZING
But the plot is something unoriginal, I mean you have no idea what is going on until the last episode where everything makes sense but the ending plot is really meh.
Overall this show is really amazing, totally recomended you will enjoy your time.
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