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    REVIEW – WANDAVISION

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    WandaVision marks a new direction for the Marvel Cinematic Universe – it is the first addition to the franchise to be in a TV series format.

    At the time of writing there are two episodes yet to be released on Disney Plus, and I cannot wait. Set immediately after the events of Avengers: Endgame, Wanda and her Husband Vision seem to be in a 1950’s sitcom. Life seems normal, but you can tell something is up. It is absolutely brilliant and completely different to anything I have seen before. Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany of course return as Wanda Maximoff and Vision, as does Kat Dennings from the Thor movies and we have the introduction of Teyonah Parris and Randall Park as Monica Rambeau and Jimmy Woo. As each episode progresses, more is learned and it just keeps me hooked. The other interesting thing is that during each episode the decade progresses, just adding more mystery to the drama As usual the cast is simply brilliant, but that’s just a given being a MCU production. The other thing about this series is that it holds the single most shocking surprise appearance/cameo I have ever witnessed, so just prepare yourself for it. This is the only MCU production out for a while so you’ll have to make do with this nine-part series, and to be fair I would say that its pretty good for the younger kids compared to other Marvel films. Better catch up before the spoilers start to come out.

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