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  1. UPDATE#2: Our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com now has the figure up for pre-order and they list it with a bit cheaper price of $27.99. UPDATE: Zach Oat from DST got back to me and let me know the figure will include both headsculpts as well as alternate hands and hex effects pieces. He also confirmed this figure is NOT an Amazon exclusive and should soon be up for pre-order at any place that chooses to carry it. We saw the figure the other day, but now we have official details and images to share with you for the new Marvel Select WandaVision 7" Scarlet Witch figure from Diamond Select Toys. The figure is currently available for pre-order at Amazon.com, but it's selling for $29.99, not the $19.99 that was originally listed for it. Amazon is listing the figure with a September 29 release date. The figure is said to features 16 points of articulation, as well as detailed sculpting and paint applications. The images appear to show two different headsculpts, but it's not clear if both headsculpts will actually be included. We've seen in the past where one headsculpt is used with the regular release version and a second will go for something like a Disney Store exclusive version. I will try reaching out to DST for clarification and update you all if or when I hear back. Check out the updated images below.
  2. Trying to get to the bottom of Wanda Maximoff’s powers, Agatha takes Wanda off on a trip down memory lane reliving the past memories. Forced to go along with Agatha’s plan, Wanda unleashes her abilities to protect her loved ones, meanwhile gains a greater understanding of the full extent of her considerable powers. Inspired by WandaVision, Marvel Studios’ original series, Hot Toys is excited to officially introduce a stunning 1/6th scale collectible figure of The Scarlet Witch and her brand-new costume with impressive details from the series finale. Beautifully crafted based on the appearance of Elizabeth Olsen as Scarlet Witch in WandaVision, the figure features a newly developed head sculpt with specially applied luminous reflective effect on eyes to emulate Scarlet Witch using her abilities, long curly sculpted hair and her signature headdress, a newly designed body equipped with LED light-up function on both sides of the forearms, detailed outfit including the hooded cape, specially created hands with red translucent fingertips, Darkhold book, power-using effect accessories, and a dynamic figure base for display.
  3. Looks like Disney will be expanding their Disney Store exclusive ToyBox figure line to include a 2-pack featuring figures of Vision and Scarlet Witch based on their appearances in the Disney+ WandaVision series. The image below comes from a find by missdiaz_26.
  4. Go behind the magic of Marvel Studios' WandaVision! Marvel Studios' "Assembled: The Making of WandaVision," an Original Special, is now streaming on Disney+.
  5. In this segment that we call Marvelous Toy Photo Of The Day, we spotlight awesome Toy Photography from some of the hottest photographers on the Internet today. For today we are spotlighting Photographer NikolasMorningstar and his photo titled "Case of the Mondays". You can purchase Marvel figures from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com. "Case of the Mondays" By NikolasMorningstar Be sure to give NikolasMorningstar a follow on Instagram and let him know what you think of his work in the comments below.
  6. WARNING - You will want to wait until you've watched episode 8 ("Previously On") of the Disney+ WandaVision series before reading this article, because it does contain MAJOR SPOILERS. We have long since had a pretty good idea of what figures will be released in the first wave of Disney+ themed wave of Disney+ Marvel Legends figures. As we've previously reported multiple times, the wave is "rumored" to include the following: - USAgent - Loki - Baron Zemo - Scarlet Witch - Vision - Winter Soldier - Falcon Of course we have no idea what the Build-A-Figure for this wave will be and still really don't have any decent guesses for that, however after watching this weeks episode of WandaVision, I do think we may have a better idea on what versions of Scarlet Witch and Vision we will be getting. This is were the SPOILERS begin from the episode titled "Previously On". This episode gave us more background on Wanda's origins that we got our first glimpse of during Age of Ultron. We get to see more of here time with Hydra and Baron Strucker who we knew had conducted experiments on both her and Quicksilver using the Mind Stone Infinity Gem from Loki's staff. What we had not seen up until now was Wanda's first contact with the Mind Stone and how it seemingly gave her a glimpse at some kind of future or alternate reality version of herself in full decked out "Scarlet Witch" garb. Disney actually gave us a little closer look at this outfit in one of the posters they recently released for the show hidden in the TV screens. Oh and this episode also marks the first time Wanda has been officially named The Scarlet Witch thanks to Agatha Harkness who is also fully revealed in this episode. I wouldn't be surprised if she doesn't get the Marvel Legends treatment in the second wave due out later in the year. As for Vision, well thanks to Hayward we now have our all-white Vision as he later appeared in the comic books. This was revealed in this weeks mid-credit scene. Hayward has rebuilt himself a new Vision, likely who will at least start out being devoid of emotion. When we first learned there was going to be new Scarlet Witch and Vision figures released in the Disney+ Marvel Legends wave, my best guess for which versions we would see where figures of them wearing those Halloween costumes that were revealed early on in trailers for the show, but now I suspect the the figures will be based on the looks that debuted here in this episode. If that is the case then hopefully Hasbro can now start officially showing these figures off soon since the looks are now out there for public consumption. The only other figure in this wave I could see containing SPOILERS is the Falcon figure from The Falcon And Winter Soldier series. THIS PART CONTAINS POSSIBLE FALCON AND WINTER SOLDIER series SPOILERS. The Falcon figure for this wave technically has been listed as Captain America. In the show it looks like John Walker who we know from the comics eventually becomes USAgent will start off being the new Captain America. While that figure is listed as USAgent, it likely will be based on the characters John Walker version of Captain America as seen in the recent poster and trailer. At some point however we are pretty sure Falcon will officially take over the Captain America mantle, as Steve Rogers intended him to at the end of Avengers: Endgame. This is mainly due to a leaked Titan figure image showing Anthony Mackie in a Falcon Cap suit which has yet to be revealed in any of the trailers. My guess is the Marvel Legends version of Falcon will also feature this outfit, hopefully with wings, unlike the comic book version Hasbro previously did. Falcon And The Winter Soldier premiers on the streaming service starting on March 19 and will only contain 6 one-hour episodes. I don't know when exactly during the show we will see this new outfit, but the final episode will air on April 23, so it's safe to assume it will be officially seen by then. Loki is the only other regular figure in the wave that could POSSIBLY have spoilers, but not likely. My guess the Loki figure will be based on his look as seen in the trailer for the show. The Loki series doesn't premier until June 11, at which point this first wave should hopefully already be hitting shelves. It's unknown which series the Build-A-Figure for this wave will come from. We have one more episode of WandaVision to go which I supposed could POSSIBLY have one BIG surprise left to warrant getting the Build-A-Figure. If not then that most likely means the Build-A-Figure will be based on something seen in Falcon And The Winter Soldier. We do know Don Cheadle will be making an appearance in the show, and if he bring a new War Machine armor with him, that could possibly warrant getting a Build-A-Figure for, or it could be based on something we have no inclination of at this point. Only time will tell.
  7. I am writing this review in two parts. The first part is non-spoiler for those who haven’t finished watching the entire season of WandaVision on Disney+ yet. I will simply share my overall view of the series. In the second half of this review, I will go into more detail on why I feel the way I do which will involve specific show spoilers. Non-Spoiler portion: WandaVision ended as it began, which for me was a let down. I waited until the entire series aired before putting my thoughts to paper about it. I knew going in, things would start out slow and build up as it progressed. Even though I originally, and still do, find the first three episodes of the show to be incredibly dull and overdone with the whole sitcom gimmick, I had every confidence that sooner or later things would get better. I think it should have been sooner — two episodes in at most — but I won’t quibble over that. Starting with episode 4, things finally started to pick up, and the show actually felt like something that belonged as part of the MCU. As the season went on, the writers dangled little teasers and easter eggs which created much debate among fans. This is something I think fans have come to expect and very much enjoy about the MCU. With the movies and now these Disney+ shows, it’s not just about what’s happening on the screen at that moment, but what is to come next. Between episodes 4-8, I thought the writers did a brilliant job with this, perhaps too good a job as it turns out. While I don’t think the series as a whole is horrible, I don’t feel the show delivered with the final payout, and the two after-credit scenes in the final episode almost seemed like an afterthought just to get us to go watch the next movies. Most of the secondary characters in the show ended up adding very little to the overall story in my opinion. I do think actor Paul Bettany (Vision) gave very strong performances, and we did add some much needed depth for both Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision. But in the end, the final result was a bit of a let down. To make it even worse, I felt like the show creators, knowing people would be disappointed, made a last minute effort to tamp down expectations. WandaVision director Matt Shakman told HuffPost that Paul Bettany dug his own hole because the actor promised a major cameo at the end. He then told EW In this, they seemingly tried to turn it on fans with the implication that if we didn’t like it, then it was our own fault for building the show up too much. Sorry, but spending the season building up expectations by leaving pretty blatant clues (we will get more into that in the spoiler portion) and even having the stars of the show come out in interviews during the season to say things like we will see fantastic cameos on par with that of Mark Hamill’s appearance in the season 2 finale of The Mandalorian, only to then say “my bad” doesn’t really hold much water with me. So just to sum up my non-spoiler portion of this review, I will leave you with these final thoughts. I feel like this same story could have easily been told in half the time and now that I’ve seen what happens, I doubt I will ever have much desire to go back and re-watch this show again. I look at a show like the Mandalorian which has done a great job of not only telling a compelling overall story which lays groundwork for the Star Wars Universe, it also has great individual episodes that can be watched and re-watched again and again. That is what good TV should be, and this show in my view falls very short that. SPOILER PORTION: In this part of the review, I am going to talk about specific things that happened during the series. With this I will try to show why I think the show runners deliberately set up viewers for a big payoff that never really came, and that it wasn’t the fans’ fault for expecting more. Let’s start off with one of the most obvious build-up points for the show that never paid off. Midway through the season, we were introduced to Evan Peters who initially was thought to be some version of Quicksilver. It’s long been known that this show was meant to lead into the upcoming Doctor Strange: Into The Multiverse Of Madness movie. So when we saw Evans show up, who is best known for playing Quicksilver in the 20th Century Fox X-Men movies, I think it’s pretty easy to see why fans would have thought this was going to be a major plot point for a multiverse storyline. In the finale, we learn that Evans isn’t really Quicksilver at all, just some normal guy named Ralph Bohner, who I guess was supposed to be the Ralph that Agnes/Agatha Harkness (Kathryn Hahn) kept referencing as her husband during the series — a character constantly mentioned but never seen. Why take an actor from the Fox X-Men Universe and drop him in here only to make him be some common schmuck? Talk about a total let down for no reason. Based on the final outcome, it would have made a lot more sense to have actor Aaron Taylor-Johnson who played the original MCU Quicksilver during Age of Ultron back and then say it was someone else using a magic disguise. In my view, bringing in a Fox actor was a deliberate misdirect to build up hype and excitement for the show. Next up, we have Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) and her name dropping of some big Aerospace Engineer. The biggest Aerospace Engineer known in the Marvel Universe is none other than Reed Richards of the Fantastic Four. This again was a pretty obvious tease deliberately made to get viewers with knowledge of the Marvel Universe hyped. I don’t think it’s unreasonable to expect this should have led to more than what we got. After teasing this character in multiple episodes, the final payoff ends up being a character named Major Gooder (Rachel Thompson). This is a character who never appeared in the comics and was completely made up for the show. It was never made clear if Gooder was the actual Engineer Monica was referencing or just someone sent by the engineer. Either way, there was no real payoff from this. All we ended up with was a scene where Monica tries and fails to ram a previously built space land-rover into Wanda’s Hex wall. Moving on, the Tyler Hayward (Josh Stamberg) character who was the director of S.W.O.R.D. is another character I was pretty disappointed with. Now admittedly, I can’t fault the show runners for building this one up with teases. This character did end up being pretty much what he was portrayed to be from the get-go. I will say I think there was a missed opportunity here, but nothing in the show really suggested Hayward was anything more than a narrow-minded bureaucratic leader of a government organization. The missed opportunity was in not making Hayward have some connection to Ultron, but again there was nothing in the show that really ever suggested that was going to be the case. However, I am not sure why Hayward was arrested at the end and essentially labeled a bad guy. While no one liked Hayward, his actions tried to stop a an extremely powerful madwoman who kidnapped a small town in New Jersey. I guess the implication was that he was never authorized to re-build and use the Vision body, although that was never actually really made clear. While we as viewers where kept in the dark about the white Vision until the second-to-last episode, it didn’t really seem like it was some major secret or that the powers that be in the Government weren’t aware it was happening. After all, you would think both the Avengers and the Wakanda Government would be aware that Vision ended up at S.W.O.R.D. Obviously, Wanda knew where to go to find Vision’s body. It also seemed like Hayward was pretty up front when talking to Wanda in episode 8 that Vision had been deemed property of the U.S. government. So why sending in the White Vision to stop Wanda would be a criminal act didn’t make much sense to me. Hayward was in official command, so it seems the supposed “good-guys” Monica, Darcy and James Woo were the ones disobeying orders and would have been arrested for violating orders if this was real life, not Haywood. After all, it was Monica who let Wanda just walk away for doing what were pretty inexcusable acts to the people who lived in Westview. I know the intent here was that we should feel sorry for Wanda and excuse her actions because of the recent tragic events that happened in her life, but come on. She basically forced her mental will on a whole town of completely innocent people for weeks so she could create a “perfect life” for herself, even if it did initially start as an accident. There is no excusing that, and not only did she prove herself to be someone of extreme power completely out of control, but she also proved herself to be a credible real threat to everyone on the planet. It would have been one thing if Wanda was being manipulated by some greater force as we were seemingly led to believe throughout the show with all the demon and devil references, but in the end it was all her own doing. How anyone like Monica could justify what Wanda did here in anyway is beyond me. Monica saying they (the people she mind controlled for weeks) will never know what Wanda sacrificed for them and telling her that if she had Wanda’s powers she would probably have done the same thing really doesn’t make me like or admire these characters anymore or feel sympathy for them. As for the cameos that the show’s stars teased in interviews, well it that turns out they were just screwing with us. While I am still not entirely sure who the Luke Skywalker-like appearance Olsen teased was supposed to be, the one Bettany teased apparently was himself. In the end, it seemed like the real goal of this show was simply to bridge a gap between the events of Avengers: Endgame and the next round of MCU movies without any major revelations. In other words, they wanted you to be hyped just enough so you go to the theater and pay to watch the movies. I feel like they really didn’t want to do anything major here that would have major overall implications to the MCU, perhaps in fear it might take away from the movies. Obviously, the show was meant to establish the magic origins of Wanda so her role in the upcoming Doctor Strange movie will make more sense. They also gave us a backdoor way of bringing Vision back to the land of the living. This reminded me of what they attempted to do at the end of Star Trek: Nemesis when it seemed they wanted a way to bring back Commander Data if future Next Generation movies happened. For those who have been wanting to see Mephisto in the MCU, I think that may still be a possibility. The same goes for the X-Men and Fantastic Four being introduced into the MCU, but it’s pretty obvious to me from this series, those kind of things are being held for the major box office movies and some TV show. Both mid- and after-credit scenes from the final episode are obvious set-ups for the coming movies. First we have a random Skrull in disguise as a FBI agent come to collect Monica so she can show up in the next Captain Marvel movie as Photon. In the second scene, we see Wanda’s astral form studying the Darkhold book when she hears mental cries for help from her children who were obviously more than just figments of Wanda’s imagination. This is an obvious set-up for the next Doctor Strange movie where I’m guessing we might actually get that Mephisto reveal people were hoping for here. Despite a season of what seemed like brilliant clues and teases, all we got was a cliche superhero battle where our heroes essentially fought evil versions of themselves in an attempt to say love conquers all. I guess I might even be willing to be satisfied with that if I wasn’t left feeling that Wanda did horrible things all on her own accord throughout the series, and that I should just be understanding of that because of her emotional pain. Give me a break. Heroes shouldn’t have to be perfect, but this takes it to a whole new ridiculous level. Yes, I was expecting a much bigger payoff here and with reason. Not because I conjured up a bunch of wild theories for the show, but because we were led to believe and strung along for 8 episodes that a big payoff was coming. The stars of the show even went out of their way to say so. The people making this show did all that on their own. Again, I didn’t hate WandaVision, but the fans wanting more and expecting more is due to the show runners being a victim of their own PR-hype machine and that shouldn’t be put on fans suggesting they are being unrealistic with their expectations.
  8. Vision is aware of the full trauma Wanda experienced in Avengers: Infinity War, having killed him to prevent Thanos from getting the Mind Stone, but heartbroken and devastated to watch him sacrificed again after the warlord revised time. Following the recent debut of The Scarlet Witch collectible figure, Hot Toys is excited to present another fan beloved super hero from WandaVision – Vision as 1/6th scale collectible figure to expand on your Avengers’ display. Meticulously crafted based on the screen appearance of Vision in WandaVision series, the figure features an impressive head sculpt and the Mind Stone with stunning details reflecting the android’s mechanical features, a highly-poseable specialized body, skillfully tailored outfit with cape attached, several interchangeable hands, a specially designed figure stand and a themed backdrop to recreate the scene.
  9. Marvel has released a new 30 second spot for the upcoming Disney+ WandaVision series. WandaVision, an Original Series from Marvel Studios, starts streaming January 15 on Disney+.
  10. Walmart put up images for their exclusive Funko POP! Vinyl figure based on the all-white Vision from last week's episode of WandaVision which glows-in-the-dark. Perhaps realizing it was still to early to post such a spoilerish figure they have sense removed the images. The figure with an April 15 is available for pre-order now.
  11. Funko has announced new POP! Vinyl figures based on the 6th episode of the Disney+ WandaVision series which was the Halloween episode. They are releasing Wanda and Vision in their Halloween costumes as regular releases. Then as a Funko Shop exclusive they are doing Quicksilver. Look for these to be released in March.
  12. The Universe is expanding. Marvel Studios’ The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, WandaVision, and Loki are coming soon to Disney+.
  13. First let us start off debunking a rumor that started floating around the net yesterday. It's in regards to this image of what appeared to be packaging for an upcoming WandaVision Minimates 2-Pack . The image depicts what appears to be an unannounced set featuring Wanda and Marvel's own devil character known as Mephisto. We reached out to Zach Oat at Diamond Select Toys who make the Minimates who confirmed for us THIS IMAGE IS NOT a Diamond Select Toys product. I am sure WandaVision Minimates will be coming at some point, but don't count on this being one of them. Many have speculated since almost day one of the show airing that Mephisto might be the mastermind behind the scenes pulling Wanda's strings. In large part this theory of Mephisto being involved is due to storyline in the Marvel Comics that played itself out in West Coast Avengers #52 In the comics, a character named Master Pandemonium made a pact with Mephisto to regain his limb that he had lost. In typical devil-like fashion Mephisto replaced all his limbs with demonic grafts which gave him the ability command the demons inside him. Mephisto also created hole in his chest that looked like a five-pointed star. Each part of the star represented a piece of Pandemonium's fragmented soul which he was now tasked with going out and reclaiming. Two of those fragments ended up being the children of Vision and Scarlet Witch. Eventually Pandemonium was successful in reclaiming all 5 fragments. Once he did that a "black hole" within himself formed and Mephisto emerged. Mephisto then revealed his evil plan that he tricked Pandemonium into reclaiming the fragments which were actually his own fragmented essence that had been previously split in a battle with Franklin Richards, who is the son of Fantastic Four members Reed and Sue Richards. Whether anything like that ends up playing out in the WandaVision Disney+ series remains to be seen, but the FAKE Minimates image is definitely NOT A HINT to that. In other WandaVision news, Elizabeth Olsen in an interview with TVLine.com teased that the show would be having it's own Mandalorian like Luke Skywalker moment sometime this season. In the season 2 finale last year of The Mandalorian which is a Star Wars based show also airing on Disney+, fans were surprised with the appearance of Jedi Knight Luke Skywalkwer who was played by Mark Hamill with the help of some CGI effects. How exactly that could translate to something in WandaVision is really not clear. Many speculate we might see the return of Wanda's brother Quicksilver who died at the end of the Avengers: Age of Ultron movie, or perhaps another Avenger from the movies will end up making an appearance. Whatever it ends up being, I am sure we will see tons of Internet theories pop up online between now and the shows season finale, and probably all of them will be wrong.
  14. The series is a blend of classic television and the Marvel Cinematic Universe in which Wanda Maximoff and Vision (Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany), two super-powered beings living idealized suburban lives — begin to suspect that everything is not as it seems. The series directed by Matt Shakman also marks the first series from Marvel Studios streaming exclusively on Disney+. Joining the series as well are Kat Dennings, who reprises her role as Darcy Lewis from Marvel Studios' Thor and Thor: The Dark World; Randall Park, who reprises his role as Agent Jimmy Woo from Ant-Man and The Wasp; and newcomers Kathryn Hahn, who plays their plucky neighbor, and Teyonah Parris, who plays the adult Monica Rambeau, who was first introduced in Captain Marvel. starring Elizabeth Olsen, Paul Bettany, Kathryn Hahn, Teyonah Parris, Kat Dennings, Randall Park, Debra Jo Rupp, Fred Melamed Release: January 15th, 2021 (Disney Plus)
  15. Marvel has released three brand new posters for Marvel Studios’ WandaVision, streaming exclusively on Disney+ on January 15th, 2021. The series is a blend of classic television and the Marvel Cinematic Universe in which Wanda Maximoff and Vision (Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany), two super-powered beings living idealized suburban lives — begin to suspect that everything is not as it seems. The series directed by Matt Shakman also marks the first series from Marvel Studios streaming exclusively on Disney+. Joining the series as well are Kat Dennings, who reprises her role as Darcy Lewis from Marvel Studios' Thor and Thor: The Dark World; Randall Park, who reprises his role as Agent Jimmy Woo from Ant-Man and The Wasp; and newcomers Kathryn Hahn, who plays their plucky neighbor, and Teyonah Parris, who plays the adult Monica Rambeau, who was first introduced in Captain Marvel.
  16. t0ytime alerts us to a discovery made by Wingorlose of a new Marvel Legends 2-pack showing up in the Canadian retailer EBGames website. The set lists a new Vision and Scarlet Witch set with a SKU 756689 and a release date of October 2, 2020. It's not clear if this will be comic based or MCU based. The new WandaVision series will be premiering on Disney+ this year, so we could see it as a possible tie-in for that. It is a little strange this wasn't revealed the other day by Hasbro during their PulseCon event, but they may have held this back for their next first Monday of the month reveal which will also be October 2. MCU or comic based, it's most likely going to be some kind of repaint of previous versions of these characters that we have gotten. Even though it's showing up in the EBGames system, most like this will be a Fan-Channel exclusive which means it will be available at most online etailers.
  17. The folks at PopKeep have gotten their hands on images giving us our first look at the new POP! Vinyl figures coming from Funko based on the Disney+ WandaVision series. Shown are black and white 50's Wanda, 50's Vision, 50's Vision Chase variant, colored 70's Wanada, Halloween Vision and Halloween Wanda.
  18. Marvel is reporting that WandaVision is now slated to hit the Disney+ streaming service ahead of schedule in 2020. The new show was originally announced to be released in the Spring of 2021. WandaVision stars Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany, reprising their MCU roles as Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch and Vision, respectively. Additionally, the series stars Teyonah Parris, who is playing the adult Monica Rambeau, along with Kat Dennings and Randall Park returning to their roles as Darcy and Jimmy Woo. They’ll all be joined by a brand new character, a “nosey neighbor,” played by Kathryn Hahn. Scheduled for the Fall of 2020 will be The Falcon and Winter Soldier, which stars Anthony Mackie (Sam Wilson/The Falcon) and Sebastian Stan (Bucky Barnes/The Winter Soldier), along with Daniel Brühl and Emily VanCamp reprising their roles as Baron Zemo and Sharon Carter, respectively. We’ll also meet a brand new character, John Walker, who will be played by Wyatt Russell.
  19. Today during an investor call, Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed that the new Marvel based Falcon And The Winter Soldier series would premier on the streaming service this coming August. Wandavision will make it's premier later in the year in December. The new streaming service has brought in 28.6 million paid subscribers as of February 3.
  20. In this segment that we call Marvelous Toy Photo Of The Day, we spotlight awesome Toy Photography from some of the hottest photographers on the Internet today. For today we are spotlighting photographer Darcreign and his Photo of the Marvel Legends Scarlet Witch And Vision figures titled "WandaVision". You can purchase Marvel Legends figures from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com. "WandaVision" By Darcreign Be sure to give Darcreign a follow on Instagram and let him know what you think of his work in the comments below.
  21. According to THR, Megan McDonnell who has been working on the upcoming Disney+ WandaVision series will also be taking on head writing duties for the second Captain Marvel movie which will star Bri Larson. According to the report McFonnell has entered the final negotiating stage to seal the deal with Marvel Studios. Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck who worked on the first film are said to not be returning for the sequel but are looking to work on a future Disney+ Marvel series. Captain Marvel 2 is likely to open sometime in 2022.
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