You know, as much as we complain about having to wait a week between episodes, I don’t think Agatha All Along would’ve hit #1 on the charts if the whole series was just dumped on us at once.
I wish I had more time because Zoe Wees’ Girls Like Us is perfect for a Wanda Maximoff video
While I hope/think that Evan Peters is playing Peter Maximoff I do think it would be very funny if Agatha just found some white haired twink in Westview and went that’ll work.
Marvel can’t stop the endless stream of ‘WandaVision’ finale leaks – BGR
Friday can’t come soon enough for WandaVision fans who have been speculating on what’s happening to Wanda and everyone around her for almost two months now. Episode 8 delivered answers to some of our most pressing questions, but many things remain unresolved. We have even more questions going into a finale that will conclude this MCU Phase 4 story.
As with previous episodes, we’ve seen plenty of…
i just think that elizabeth olsen with bangs 😍
i still rlly want adam brashear to make an appearance even if it’s not on wandavision 🥺
trying to enjoy wandavision but the writing for monica is giving magical negro savior friend with a dash of younger, updated mammy. it doesn’t make sense why she’s so hellbent on saving wanda instead of the town wanda is holding hostage. what is her connection to wanda anyway?? i really wish they gave monica her own arc where she isn’t trying to save a white woman that attempted to kill her twice. and the fact that her powers basically come from wanda bothers me as well. everyone is praising her simply for supporting monica when she’s barely been given a personality beyond strong black friend that’s role is to support the white girl. we didn’t even get to see her properly grieve her mother.
i can’t be the only one noticing this. i get the sickening feeling she’s going to become the black sidekick in captain marvel i.e. falcon and war machine
I’m leaning towards there isn’t actually any other cameo in the last episode of Wandavision. Just because they have so much ground to cover. I just can’t imagine. We shall see.
I thought I was done. I thought I was free of the MCU. I haven’t been invested in any of Marvel’s movies in a long ass time - I’ve seen them, I just haven’t felt strongly about them or really cared about them much at all since the first Avengers movie.
But goddamnit Wandavision has just pulled me right back in.
I’m really really enjoying it and I did not see that coming for the year 2021.
Just posted this! “Clingy.”
VULTURE: Everyone is obsessed with WandaVision, including, apparently, Jimmy Fallon. He’s so obsessed that he even imagined himself inside the TV show about a grieving Marvel superhero who imagines herself inside other TV shows. Kids, feel free to use this sentence in English class when your teacher asks you to explain what “meta” means.
In a new sketch called “FallonVision,” debuting right here on Vulture ahead of its broadcast on Fallon’s late-night show tonight, the host hops through time and several iterations of The Tonight Show. Elizabeth Olsen, the star of WandaVision and a guest on The Tonight Show this evening, is present throughout the whole journey in the role of the actress-guest who always behaves decade-appropriately. “Water?” she quips in the 1950s, before taking a sip and adding, “Well, that’s an odd way to pronounce ‘rum punch.’” In the ’70s, she smokes a cigarette (not necessarily of the nicotine variety) on live TV.
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Just like on the Disney+ series, it eventually becomes clear that Fallon is beaming himself through classic television as a way to escape his grief about what’s happening in real life in 2021. There’s also a twist at the end that suggests another WandaVision character may be the one responsible for all this. [Wink.]
Director Chris Tartaro, who has filmed and edited many prerecorded sketches for Fallon during his tenures on both Late Night and The Tonight Show, jumped on the phone less than an hour after capturing the sketch’s last shot to explain how it all came together. Watch the sketch first, because spoilers are below.
After the idea was conceived and fine-tuned by Fallon and his writers’ room, the first step was to confirm that Olsen, already booked as a Wednesday guest, was game to participate in the homage. She was, though she had to improvise a bit when wigs and other props couldn’t be shipped to her quickly enough. (Olsen is currently in London shooting Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.) “She took her Sunday to do this with her team, and they didn’t have costumes, and they just used what they had,” Tartaro says. (Feel free to closely examine every item Olsen wears in the sketch for possible clues about the Doctor Strange movie.)
This Fietro better be Peter from the X-Men movies- I will simply die
May I present to you…the superior minimoff twin 😌
Rewatching old episodes of these classics was part of the preparation process, and Olsen told ELLE.com she did this to “understand the tones of each era.” The creative teams also needed a firm grasp of specific cultural moments (many of which were dictated by the producers and directors) and drew on personal experiences for additional research. “I used to watch a lot of these shows with my mom after school so I felt like I knew them; they were a comfort to me,” WandaVision makeup department head Tricia Sawyer tells ELLE.com. The pleasure derived from a family comedy is akin to a warm hug, which helps explain Wanda’s choice of genre for this fantasy world.
Talking from London (where they are currently shooting another Marvel project), Sawyer and hair department head Karen Bartek recount WandaVision’s fast-paced production and their role “overseeing the look of all of the actors and keeping it in the continuity of the Marvel Universe,” says Sawyer. Neither are strangers to the superhero world or Wanda Maximoff, having both worked on Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame (Bartek was also a hairstylist on Ant-Man and the Wasp and Captain Marvel). However, WandaVision is unlike any previous MCU project and worked on a shooting schedule that felt “like a tiny movie shot in one day,” Bartek adds. The pair discuss techniques used for different decades, working with Elizabeth Olsen, and spill behind-the-scenes secrets—but their lips are sealed about the final two episodes.
This WandaVision themed ep of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon is *chef’s kiss*
You didn’t think Wanda was the only magical girl in town, did you?