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Blends the style of classic sitcoms with the MCU, in which Wanda Maximoff and Vision - two super-powered beings living their ideal suburban lives - begin to suspect that everything is not as it seems.


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Series cast summary:
Elizabeth Olsen ...  Wanda Maximoff / ... 9 episodes, 2021
Paul Bettany ...  Vision / ... 9 episodes, 2021
Kathryn Hahn ...  Agnes / ... 9 episodes, 2021
Teyonah Parris ...  Monica Rambeau / ... 7 episodes, 2021
Josh Stamberg ...  Director Tyler Hayward / ... 6 episodes, 2021
David Payton ...  Herb / ... 6 episodes, 2021
David Lengel ...  Phil Jones / ... 6 episodes, 2021
Amos Glick ...  Dennis the Mailman / ... 6 episodes, 2021
Selena Anduze ...  Agent Rodriguez 6 episodes, 2021
Randall Park ...  Jimmy Woo 5 episodes, 2021
Kat Dennings ...  Darcy Lewis / ... 5 episodes, 2021
Julian Hilliard ...  Billy Maximoff 5 episodes, 2021
Debra Jo Rupp ...  Mrs. Hart / ... 5 episodes, 2021
Jett Klyne ...  Tommy Maximoff 5 episodes, 2021
Asif Ali ...  Norm / ... 5 episodes, 2021
Ithamar Enriquez ...  Commercial Man 5 episodes, 2021
Victoria Blade ...  Commercial Woman 5 episodes, 2021
Evan Peters ...  Pietro Maximoff / ... 4 episodes, 2021
Emma Caulfield Ford ...  Dottie Jones / ... 4 episodes, 2021
Alan Heckner ...  Agent Monti / ... 4 episodes, 2021
Jackson Robert Scott ...  Billy Reference 4 episodes, 2021
Jolene Purdy ...  Beverly / ... 3 episodes, 2021
Wesley Kimmel ...  Commercial Boy 3 episodes, 2021
Sydney Thomas ...  Commercial Girl 3 episodes, 2021
Zac Henry ...  Beekeeper / ... 2 episodes, 2021
Kate Forbes Kate Forbes ...  Evanora Harkness 2 episodes, 2021

Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany Interview Each Other

"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.

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Blends the style of classic sitcoms with the MCU, in which Wanda Maximoff and Vision - two super-powered beings living their ideal suburban lives - begin to suspect that everything is not as it seems.

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Did You Know?


The songwriting duo that wrote each intro (Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez) and series composer Christophe Beck previously worked together on the Frozen films. Christophe Beck also previously composed the music for both Ant-Man movies in the MCU. See more »


Wanda Maximoff: This is our home now. I want us to fit in.
Vision: We shall.
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Crazy Credits

During the portion of the end credits that is accompanied by computer graphics, Elizabeth Olsen receives top billing in the odd-numbered episodes and Paul Bettany gets top billing in the even-numbered ones.

However, they are followed by a more complete cast list in the non-animated part of the end credits in which Olsen always receives top billing. See more »


Referenced in Marvel Studios: Expanding the Universe (2019) See more »

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Marvel finally isn't afraid to be creative and get weird
16 January 2021 | by skeletornumber70See all my reviews

Well, it's finally here, the MCU shows we were promised over a year ago are now a reality, with WandaVision an interesting choice to lead the way. I had heard that it was going to play with the old school sitcom aesthetic, but I had my doubts that it would go too far down the rabbit hole. After, as good as the MCU is, they've always played it pretty safe when it comes to genre bending. We were told in the past things like Winter Soldier would be a "political thriller" and Ant Man a "heist" film, but they both wound up being pretty conventional superhero movies. That isn't itself a bad thing, but it left me with doubts that Marvel would ever produce something outlandish, inventive, and unique. WandaVision has put those doubts to rest, as it fully embraces the delightful absurdity of its premise and the quirks of its lead characters. Borrowing tropes from classic sitcoms, it acts as a bizarrely amusing scenario of two fantastical superheroes living the quiet suburban life of 1950s picket fence America, while also implying that something off, and potentially sinister, is going on behind the scenes. Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany brilliantly chew the scenery, with Olsen's adorable attempts to be a ditzy housewife a particular standout. I will say it's probably not for everyone, as younger fans unfamiliar with classic TV tropes unlikely to understand the parody, but if you want to see what is best described as Marvel's first truly unique live action endeavor, I highly recommend this series.

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Release Date:

15 January 2021 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Vision and Scarlet Witch See more »

Filming Locations:

Atlanta, Georgia, USA See more »

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