Avengers Paul Bettany proposed Scarlet Witch and Vision sitcom before WandaVision was a thing
Avengers Scarlet Witch and Vision have been given their happy ending and Elizabeth Olsen reckons its down to Paul Bettany joking about launching a Wanda and Vision sitcom.
The actors, who play the superhero couple, will be returning to our screens in Spring 2021 on Disney+.
While plans for the show are currently heavily under wraps (because no one can keep a secret like Marvel), Elizabeth teased how the whole series even came to be…and she believes Paul.
Speaking at Dortmunds German Comic Con, Elizabeth revealed: Paul planted this idea before Disney was launching their own platform.
I think it was just funny to him to think of us as doing a domestic sitcom, and somehow whatever he planted, he planted the seed and now were actually doing something.
However, that was all the info she was willing to give, and she said (via comicbook.com): I think the only thing I can tell you is that were going to start work on it this fall, and Paul and I are really excited.
We already know what the storys going to be, and its good stuff. Im just happy we can talk about it now, because Ive known about it for a very long time, she laughed.
WandaVision was one of the numerous shows announced at Marvels San Diego Comic Con panel revealing their Phase 4 plans.
Among the other announcements for Disney+ was the reveal theyll be bringing back Tom Hiddleston for a Loki series, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier are teaming up for a series of their own, and Hawkeye will also be getting a series, where Kate Bishop will also be announced.
Throw in some new films including Blade, Black Widow and The Eternals, and the MCU has some serious new additions coming its way.
WandaVision launches exclusively on Disney+ in Spring 2021.