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(trailer review) - WondaVision

As we are nearing to the end of September and it was only like a few days I saw somewhere that it's only 100 days until Christmas (like anyone wants to know about that right now as this pandemic has been zapping the life out of everyone), Disney are fully on their promotion of DisneyPlus and their shows.  Only a few days ago we had a trailer for The Mandalorian: Season 2 and now we have this, WondaVision, a continuation of the stories post Marvel's Infinity Saga.  While The Falcon & The Winter Soldier was meant to be first out of the gates in August, but they had to stop due to quarantining and lockdowns etc, WondaVision might actually be the first out since The Falcon & The Winter Soldier is currently back to filming as I type.  With that said AND the fact that the Black Widow film has been pushed back from May (I think) until November (unless it moves again), THIS is the only thing that is semi-concrete enough to actually go ahead.  And this trailer...GREAT!

I can see why this show might NOT be the big spectacle that some fans might want, but there are a lot of things that can come off the back of this show.  It has been said that it will link heavily into the sequel of Doctor Strange.  We have the possibility that it may introduce mutants into the MCU finally since the Fox Acquisition and with the different time periods and the Chaos Magic used by Wonda Maximoff, it seems as though this show will be not only the intro, but the gatekeeper, no...keymaster that will unlock the future of the MCU and this trailer to me looks like something really small and isolated, but has the possibility to do just that.

From Black and White to Technicolour, to Vision being told he is dead and the fabric of reality changing and the cracks beginning to show, I feel the second trailer will get those who are not onboard, on board in a major way.

Directed by Jac Schaeffer and starring Elizabeth Olsen, Paul Bettany, Teyonah Parris, Kat Dennings, Randall Park & Kathryn Hahn


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