Marvel Studio’s first TV series is a nice lunatic and something completely different in style from the company’s superhero films.
Marvel fans will finally get something new to watch tomorrow Friday on Disney Plus WandaVisionseries. It is the first Marvel Studios output since 2019 Avengers: Endgame – Yes Spider-Man: Far From Home after the movies. So superhero adventures have not been published for a year and a half, and traditional ones are not allowed any more.
Marvel Studios deserves praise for the risk it takes; WandaVision is something completely different than traditional superhero whips. As the trailers and other promos have shown, the series is part of the Marvel screen universe, but in style it is a crazy mix of homagen and parody of old US sitcom series. WandaVision is likely to get huge numbers of passionate fans, but many superhero fans may be disappointed with the surreal fun style of Marvel Studios ’first TV series.
Familiar from the movies return to the roles of Wanda Maximoff and Vision Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany. Basically, the focus of the story is on their relationship, but the venues are middle-class neighborhoods familiar from TV sitcoms from different decades, their identical houses and homes, neighborhoods, and Vision’s workplace at the office.
Both Vision and Wanda have familiar superpowers in the series, but they really aren’t superheroes.
WandaVision’s first season consists of nine episodes, of which we got to preview only three. Of course, they do not allow a final judgment to be made, especially since the story does not yet seem to be going well during them. The three episodes focus on introducing the visual style of the series and the rules of Kahel’s reality, which takes a moment to get used to.
The first episode takes place in the 1950s, and is filmed in front of a real live audience in the style of the era. The episode does glory for example I Love Lucy series, one of the most popular situation comedies of the decade.
The couple is trying to live a normal life in the suburb of Westview. Episodes traveling into the 1960s landscapes wonder what Vision’s employer company is really doing, try to hide superpowers from intrusive neighbors, try to be part of the community, and run into more traditional relationship problems. In addition to the live audience, the silly sitcom fun also laughs at the viewer, but some of the situations are actually quite scary and worry about the threatening atmosphere.
In addition to the fun and weird, the adjectives describing the series are distracting and distressing. Little does it matter for the characters and viewers to be portrayed with images from somewhere else, another reality and things that don’t fit the basic style of the series at all. In the world of WandaVision and in reality, not everything is in place.
Unlike the characters in the series, of course, the viewer knows that the characters are not in the normative reality of the MCU. The first episodes, of course, don’t reveal where, though they are full of references and easter egg stuff for those familiar with their Marvel universe. Most of them are guaranteed to pass the others.
Winking doesn’t really matter, as WandaVision can be watched without even being a Marvel digger. Despite the flashes of a few seconds suggesting a more familiar reality, a very serial or movie fan is in the moonlight after the first episodes. Sure, at least those who read some of the side characters in their series really have a hiff, but even that doesn’t really matter much at this stage of getting acquainted.
The TV commercials for fictional objects and things included in each episode cannot be missed, nor has it been made by who sells the home appliances and others. Only one of the widgets is made by Stark Industries, the others by a Hydra.
Already the ads in the series show that Wanda has the ability to shape reality, so in future MCU movies and series, parallel realities may rise to a much more important part of the plot.
Disney Plus put even more emphasis than normal on not spotting the plot twists too much in the reviews. Moinen isn’t a habit anyway, but in this case, it would also be pretty awkward, because the three episodes really don’t reveal what the whole mix is all about.
The shorter trailer below also reveals more about the series and especially the events of the rest of the season than you can guess from the episodes we’ve seen. The vibe of the commercial is quite different from the upstream episodes and was clearly made to attract viewers who like the style of Marvel movies to the series.
Fortunately, he is the director of all episodes Matt Shakman, and the manuscripts are mainly from one woman ‘s pen, that is, they are in charge Jac Schaeffer. WandaVision is already confusing enough to punch different decades of sitcoms from style to style. Directed and written by more people, the result would probably have been a mess.
The strangely original style of the series is definitely the right choice, as at least the story of Wanda, familiar from comics, would be completely pointless to tell through its most traditional superhero story.
At first, WandaVision may seem challenging to a Finnish viewer, as few half-century-old Yankee sitcoms are familiar to few of us. But hardly have they been watched by very many American Marvel fans, so the style is not insurmountable at all. Although the series differs from the traditional, it is still not an avant-garde, but Marvel’s superheroes.
Of the actors, Elizabeth Olsen is best drawn, but Paul Bettanyy or other actors like Kathryn Hahnissa or Teyonah Parrisissa There is nothing wrong. Each role requires brisk acting, but Olsen seems to have internalized the rhythm of situation comics best.
The Authors and Actors have said the last three episodes are closer to a normal Marvel adventure. Hopefully the season doesn’t end in such a way that as the characters wake up / wake up / return to the real reality of their world, the going turns into a traditional Marvel mound. More action has been promised for the end, but swinging the style to the safe would be a silly solution.
Many will probably want to stare at all the episodes on the tube, but for myself, three episodes on the tube was already almost too much. What they saw did not have time to be properly analyzed and more than enough small details were served. While the episodes are a parody of the sitcoms of different decades as sets, clothing, and fashion change with the era, at least the episodes of the beginning are unnecessarily similar to each other.
WandaVision is still nicely boldly quite something other than Marvel Studios movies. The style of the series feels fresh after the self-repeating superhero spectacles.
WandaVision will begin on Disney Plus tomorrow, January 15, with the first two episodes on offer. New episodes are always seen on Fridays.
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