Marvel Studios will return to where their TV journey began and will continue the story of WandaVisionThis time giving Vision his own spin-off.
In the new series, called Vision missionPaul Bettany will once again star as the character he played for the first time Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015), with WandaVision Chief writer Jac Schaeffer leads the writer’s room. Limit line first reported the news of Schaeffer’s involvement.
Bettany is a longtime Marvel vet who’s been working with the MCU since its first movie, 2008. Iron Man, in which he voices Tony Stark’s AI, JARVIS. He helped lead Marvel Studios into the Disney+ era with WandaVisionearned him an Emmy Award nomination and his own spin-off, House of Harknessstarring Kathryn Hahn.
In a 2021 interview with The Hollywood Reporter’S audio files Top 5 TVs, Schaeffer guarantees whether there is a second part of WandaVision. “It has always been designed to feel like a comic book series. That way, it feels very full. It’s an emotional fulfillment that I’ve been waiting for and feels great,” said Schaeffer, whose overall contract is at Marvel and 20th TV. “The show’s ending feels right to the story we’re telling.”
Bettany’s Vision died in Avengers: Infinity War (2018), but a version of him is back in WandaVisionin which Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) conjures a life for them that involves being a parent to two kids in the town of Westview.
Vision line development has been rumored for a long time and has been leaked for a while. Fan-focused site Giant monster robot first reported that Marvel was developing a spin-off of Vision two years ago. It’s at the top again this week as podcast Hot mic with Jeff and John reports that a writer’s room is meeting next week.