Elsewhere in the interview, Park noted he hasn’t participated in too many fight scenes in his career so far. This rings true of his role in Ant-Man and the Wasp as well; in that movie he mainly provided comedic relief opposite Paul Rudd’s Scott Lang. There’s been some of that in WandaVision, too, especially in his interactions with Kat Dennings’ Darcy. However, the series has also shown off Jimmy’s more serious side as the stakes have gotten higher. Through it all, Park has proven himself to be an important part of the MCU, with his episode 6 fight scene fitting right in with WandaVision‘s other high-action moments.
It remains to be seen what the future holds for Jimmy in the MCU. Many have called for a WandaVision spinoff series starring Park and Dennings, though it’s unclear if that will come to fruition. With several more MCU shows on the way at Disney+, it’s easy to imagine the FBI Agent popping by another series, especially since so many have enjoyed his role in WandaVision. However, the MCU has a lot of characters to service, so it may be awhile before those on WandaVision , including Jimmy, show up again.
Originally from https://screenrant.com/wandavision-show-randall-park-jimmy-woo-fight-scene/