The WandaVision show has been keeping the audience on their toes for several weeks, throwing one riddle after another. Now fans are not only building a ton of speculation and theories about what is happening in Westview but also wondering what this might mean for the MCU as a whole. Of course, they were also interested in whether the series would receive a sequel, and Kevin Feige has an answer to this question.
The day before, the head of the studio spoke at a meeting of the Television Critics Association and said that Marvel Studios had no plans for the second season of WandaVision, thereby confirming that the adventures of the Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) would continue within the framework of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Feige, as expected, left a loophole, noting:
“I’ve been at Marvel too long to say no to the second season of WandaVision. Elizabeth Olsen will move into Doctor Strange.”Kevin Feige
It also turned out that several upcoming shows had been decided in advance to be extended for a second season, and the plot of some of them will be continued in full-length films.
“It’s a real pleasure in the MCU to intertwine the plot of movies and TV shows. Thus, everything will vary depending on the plot. Sometimes a sequel will mean a second season, sometimes a feature film, and then a series again. We haven’t talked about it yet, but we are already considering second seasons for some of the upcoming shows”.said Feige
While the nearest premiere of Marvel on Disney+ remains “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”. The project will debut on March 18.