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WandaVision Episode 10: Why Secret Episode 10?

WandaVision Episode 10

WandaVision Episode 10 Updates: The WandaVision trailer includes a mistake, according to one fan. With the Disney+ series, Phase 4 of the MCU has formally begun. The first two episodes of the show are now available to view online, with the third episode coming on Friday.

WandaVision is Marvel Studios’ most original storytelling to date; it highly leans on its sitcom inspirations, with comparisons to I Really Like Lucy and Bewitched in the back-to-back premieres.

That being said, it’s obvious that Wanda and Vision’s idyllic family life isn’t what it seems to be. The enigmatic arrival of the red helicopter and hence the unknown beekeeper — both with SWORD badges — suggest that there is a deeper, more ominous tale going on.

Although early feedback has been good, not everybody is on board with this plan. Regardless, Marvel Studios is handling WandaVision with the same degree of concern as anything else they’ve done before.

They may, though, have overlooked a little aspect in one of the show’s forthcoming episodes. A Twitter user with the username @Billieuwuz posted a photo of Vision on his Android swinging with his wife in WandaVision, but Marvel Studios seems to have overlooked the fact that a portion of his arm is visible through his evening coat.

WandaVision Episode 10

WandaVision Episode 10
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This particular moment seems to be about the ’70s/80s episode of WandaVision that sponsored their presence. The Brady Bunch, Family Ties, and even poker hand are some of the sitcoms from those eras that influenced the show.

Since the series is tackling a decade at a time, this episode will air over the next two weeks at the latest. If Marvel Studios ever finds this tweet, they will be able to repair it during post-production.

In the recently ended season 2 of The Mandalorian, a crewman was featured during a shot, which was a much bigger error. This is the brunt of the numerous jokes that aired when that particular episode aired, and despite the fact that it had already been finished, Disney decided to digitally delete him later.

Regardless of how Marvel Studios handles the situation, audiences will be able to overlook it. It’s no secret that carrying on the make-up and prosthetics for Vision, who first appeared in Avengers: Age of Ultron is exhausting.

It’s fair to say that working on WandaVision is more exhausting for Bettany and his crew because he has to be more visible in the film. Made matters worse is the unfortunate fact that he must continuously change from his Android image to that of a human in order for him and Wanda to blend into Westview.