WandaVision season 2 plans do not but exist, says director Matt Shakman

WandaVision director Matt Shakman has turned down all plans for the second season of the acclaimed Disney + series. WandaVision debuted on Disney’s streaming platform as the first entry from Marvel Cinematic Universe for its Phase 4 list. WandaVision Season 1 ends this week with a season finale. However, it doesn’t seem like the show will have a definitive ending. Although the series extends to the last episode, several questions remain, including the secret behind Monica Rambeau’s powers, Evan Peters’ quicksilver, and a possible connection to the X-Men franchise. In such a scenario, the audience remains a cliffhanger if the show is left with no chance of renewal for another season.

There is a possibility that the finale will contain a longer episode and try to end with most of the questions answered. However, one episode to dispel all speculation will not be enough. Shakman spoke about Marvel’s WandaVision plans for season two and told Collider so.

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“I love to work wonder. It’s the best place in the world. You are so great with filmmakers and I had a great trip with this show. We have absolutely no plans for WandaVision Season 2 – that could of course change. It all depends on what the story is. We have been very focused on telling this story in nine episodes and hopefully getting a result that feels satisfying and also surprising. ”

Audiences may not have to wait long for a sequel to WandaVision, however. As Kevin Feige previously stated, WandaVision will work with the upcoming Disney + series Loki, which is also set in MCU phase 4. Additionally, the show will also work with Sam Raimi’s Doctor Strange in the Madness of Multiverse, plus Elizabeth Olsen will play her role as Wanda Maximoff, now being addressed as the Scarlet Witch for the first time in the MCU. As for Monica Rambeau’s character development, it has been confirmed that Teyonah Parris will return to repeat her role in Captain Marvel 2 alongside Iman Vellanis Kamala Khan / Ms. Wonder.

It looks like Marvel’s complex integration of stories in Phase 4 will keep us all on the verge of being in a mind-boggling state forever. The nine-part series has already garnered a huge response and paved the way for a more enticing MCU future. Following the events of Avengers: Endgame, the show gave the franchise a perfect go-ahead for new superhero ventures after the majority of the original “Avengers” retired or sadly passed away.

The jaw-dropping rendition of Marvel comic editions The Vision and The Scarlet Witch and House of M proved that Marvel’s miniseries experiment of focusing on secondary MCU characters is a success, and has even allowed the studio to open the branches Expanding the universe through the simultaneous advancement of multiple stories within the MCU, ultimately leading to an interconnected storytelling company. After the final episode of WandaVision, MCU Phase 4 continues with The Falcon And The Winter Soldier, followed by Loki. The release of the first MCU film after the endgame, Black Widow, is not yet in theaters.

Topics: WandaVision, Disney Plus, Streaming

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