Shaken by the health crisis, the giant Disney has adapted by giving priority, not only to streaming, but also to series. This January 15, he launches on his platform Disney + his first Marvel series, reverence to classic sitcoms.
Perfect, uniform suburbs aren’t usually the favored setting in Marvel superhero movies. But, according to The New York Times, this frame chosen for WandaVision, a highly anticipated series, is tailor-made for Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany). This duo is composed of a “Disturbed young woman [et capable de déplacer les objets par l’esprit] and an ultra-sophisticated robot, in love with each other. Two characters who met in Avengers: Age of Ultron, the blockbuster of 2015, and which we saw reappear in several sequels. They now have their own TV series, WandaVision, which airs on January 15. ”
This time, we can expect a little more creativity than in a repeated formula of the blockbuster, underlines the daily. “AT the image of its protagonists, WandaVision is, say, strange. This is not a pure action series
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