Vision Becomes A Magician In New WandaVision TV Spot & Image

New WandaVision TV spot and image feature Vision becoming a magician. In a little bit over two weeks, the MCU will finally kick-off its long-delayed Phase 4 with the Disney+ series, which will reunite Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany’s star-crossed lovers.

The coronavirus pandemic has thrown Marvel Studios and Hollywood’s plans in general for 2020 and the foreseeable future. After a string of rescheduling and reshuffles, the franchise opted to kick-off the new chapter in its storytelling following the Infinity Saga with WandaVision, and it seems to be the right call. Aside from the sitcom-inspired show looking to offer something that has never been seen in the franchise before, its story will also be an integral part of MCU’s Multiverse, which is expected to be a pivotal part in its future. Being the first new piece of content from Marvel Studios after 18 months, there’s a lot of anticipation for it, with the show’s marketing campaign keeping everyone excited.

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As part of that, a new TV spot and a promotional still have been released for WandaVision. The new teaser (via Young Avengers News) is a mix of old and new footage, with Vision wearing a magician’s costume, one of the main takeaways. Coincidentally, TVLine‘s exclusive offers an image from the series showing the character in the same costume. Check both below:

Vision dons two different magician costumes in the TV spot. The first one is in the official new image for WandaVision, where he’s in his Android form and is wearing a top hat. Later in the teaser, he’s wearing a full magician outfit, complete with a tailcoat. At this point, even Wanda is part of the act as she sports a showgirl’s attire. These scenes may have been filmed later in the show’s production. Back in October, set images from LA revealed Olsen and Bettany wearing their respective ensembles. Since there’s no context given to what appears to be WandaVision‘s attempt to recreate a magic show or maybe even a circus, it isn’t easy to decipher what is exactly happening here. That said, it’s worth noting that since the characters can jump from one era to another, changing into these elaborate costumes would be reasonably straightforward.

However, it’s worth noting that in WandaVision‘s second trailer, the pair was wearing the same clothes from the new image when they transitioned from black and white to colored visuals. Granted that Vision wasn’t wearing the top hat in the previously-released footage, it’s possible that it was removed digitally. In the same sequence, Wanda also develops her baby bump, which is further leaned on in the latest trailer with a shot of a crib being fixed for one of their twins. Whatever is happening in this fantasy world, fans won’t have to wait too long to find out with the series debuting in around two weeks on Disney+.

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Source: Marvel Studios (via Young Avengers News), TVLine

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