MCU is celebrating its return to the mainstream media as of now as Wanda Vision has dropped its first two episodes on Disney Plus officially.
Wanda Vision, which was hinted before at as “unlike anything seen before” by the critics on the screening of the initial first three episodes for the critics only prior to its release, has managed to fulfill its due as this series currently is the highest-rated Marvel property on Rotten Tomatoes named Tomatometer with a 97% fresh rating.
It gave something completely out of the box and unique as promised by Kevin Feige, Marvel President, and while we got its initial looks with all the other Disney+ shows way back last year, did any one of us knew that this project almost made it into the post-credit scene of Avengers: Endgame?
Yes, Avengers: Endgame, considered the most significant movie from the Marvel Studios, bringing together an ensemble cast from 10 years and 21 different film into the same picture and a satisfying end just lacked only one thing, and that was a post-credit scene.
Marvel began a tradition, and we still wonder why Marvel chose to skip it for their biggest movie ever.
Elizabeth Olsen And Paul Bettany Revealed That Avengers: Endgame Could Have A Wanda Vision P.C. Scene
Anyway, it stars Paul Bettany, and Elizabeth Olsen in a recent interview told the post-credit situation of Avengers: Endgame, a scene that’d have given a glimpse to their current Disney+ Original Marvel show, and here we will cover everything the stars of Wanda Vision had to say about it.
Wanda Vision stars Paul Bettany and Elizabeth Olsen recently sat on an interview and talked about their latest Disney+ series from Marvel titled “Wanda Vision,” and they further revealed how Avengers: Endgame’s p.c’s scene was supposed to feature a scene where Wanda Maximoff played Olsen visits Vision’s corpse.
Watching Wanda reconcile with Vision’s corpse might have been an incredible tease that the makers want to do something with Wanda, one of the strongest among the Avengers, giving her one of her solo projects.
We can say, even though there was no post-credit scene, the series for her and Vision came out in the form of Marvel’s Disney Plus series Wanda Vision and is working brilliantly at the moment applauded and praised by millions of fans around the world.
The series has now promised that Marvel is not looking back at anytime soon and trying something different, unique, and out of the box all at once as it introduced the sitcom-style plot build-up, which Marvel has never done before.