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WandaVision Season 2 Won’t Be There Confirms Elizabeth Olsen

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WandaVision Season 2 Updates: Elizabeth Olsen has confirmed that WandaVision will not return to the second season. The Marvel miniseries Olsen and Paul Bettany played Wanda Maximoff and Vision, was well received by critics and audiences.

This series turns over Sitcom references and explores grief, pointing to a fascinating new direction for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Originally planned to be released later by the MCU, WandaVision took four steps on the MCU when it was released on January 15 due to complications of coronavirus infection. The girders of the show in the expanded universe are firmly positioned.

WandaVision will be the direct setup role for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness in 2022 when Olsen returns to Wanda. The show was devised as a limited series for moving support characters on the MCU. Soon The Falcon and The Winter Soldier premiered at Disney +.

WandaVision Season 2 What Elizabeth Olsen Shared

In a new interview with Variety, Olsen confirmed that WandaVision will not have a second season. The “Actor-to-Actor” meeting paired Olsen with Kaley Cuoco, a flight attendant.

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The two discussed many topics, including Kaley Cuoco’s experience in sitcoms in “The Big Bang Theory” and Olson’s ability to adapt to this format. Olsen also took this opportunity to confirm that he “just completed Doctor Strange 2”.

Kaley Cuoco, who claims to be a big fan of WandaVision, pressured the star to ask if a sequel to the show would happen.

The news that WandaVision is not coming back may not be a surprise to Marvel fans. According to Olsen, the show has been planned as a limited edition.

In January, show creator Jac Schaeffer stated that the show will appear “very complete.” Similarly, Marvel Pictures President Kevin Feige made it clear that there is no plan for the second season and pointed out that Doctor Strange in the crazy multiverse is a continuation of the WandaVision story.

Although Olsen commented that “you can never say no at Marvel,” the actress soon stopped talking about the second season. WandaVision ends with a very simple explanation: the title of the last episode is aptly named “The Series Finale”.

Now that Wanda realizes the truth about her, the facade of the suburb of Westview has collapsed. It is hard to imagine how this story will continue. Without her subversive sitcom theme and Wanda being portrayed as a sleek anti-hero, fans might not have responded well to the second season.

As Feige said, the sequel to “Doctor Strange” is now a logical continuation of Wanda’s story. Marvel fans will expect enough Wanda content in the MCU.