Odder than Thor: Ragnarok?!
The series brings back Avengers members Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and The Vision (Paul Bettany), although all signs point to it being anything but a traditional action-adventure.
“It’s super avant-garde and weird,” he explained. “I don’t think either of us [himself or Olsen] could have expected to be going in this – if we were going to continue in this – [and for] it to continue in this direction.
“I’m so excited, the scripts are amazing. It’s going to be just great to drill down further into these things.”
Keep in mind that Thor: Ragnarok had an army of fun-loving rocks, while Peter Quill found out that his dad was an evil planet in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2. So, WandaVision must be really out there..
“That’s so much of the game, really, is how do you handle these big mysteries. How do you spin things out over a whole series?” Schaeffer teased.
“We have these big meaty questions that we get to spend more than two and a half hours exploring, so that’s been the work, is making it exciting and intriguing and head-turning at every moment.”
WandaVision is expected to hit Disney+ in 2021, while the service launches in the US on November 12, 2019 (but not in the UK).