Well, WandaVision has finally made the internet space busy with everyone theorizing what’d happen in the next coming episodes after two very highly entertaining premieres that featured the 50s and the 60s era efficiently.
The whole internet was completely busy pointing all the nods and references made to the Marvel Cinematic Universe along with correct toe-to-toe impersonation of the different eras with everything done right with perfection right from the jokes, music, plots, live audience, and the very beautiful classic Hannah Barbera Animation that is occasionally portrayed in the series.
The fans of the series applauded the series for the experiment never seen before and the way they executed it, along with keeping the pace of MCU that teases the future of this series in some moments here and there.
The audience also embraced the Black and White looks from the 60s that the series portrayed while keeping everything correct historically; everyone wants to know the colored footage sometimes.
We have always wondered how the very old black and white show looks in color. Apart from the color, the audience is also currently wondering how the hard work of the studio paid off as they perfectly managed to keep every American culture reference to the point according to the era and plan to do so in coming episodes.
The Official Account of the studio dropped a featurette for the Wanda Vision, as they’ve been doing for several weeks to tease the fans on what can they expect from the series.
Wanda Vision: Behind The Scenes
Their latest featurette has surely taken us behind the scenes of the first two episodes of the show and even showcased how the studio managed to keep everything historically correct, especially the costumes that defined the 50s and 60s.
The latest featurette that was dropped by Marvel Studios took us behind the scenes of the very first two episodes of Wanda Vision that have generated some favorable reviews and praise from the fans around the globe.
The new featurette solely focuses on the costume design of the first two episodes that did replicate the wardrobe beautifully from the 50s and 60s as the lead actors praise Mayes Rubeo, the costume designer, for her hard work.
We have to admit for sure, that as promised by the Marvel President Kevin Feige, Wanda Vision is something that Marvel had never done before and did a splendid job as the initial two episodes set an example of how this show is brilliantly adapting to the different styles, with the first being sitcoms.