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Discussion in 'Media and content' started by leninmac, Feb 6, 2021.
And don't forget Chloe Grace Moretz as Hit-Girl, who deserves her own movie/series as well!
WandaVision Is Currently The Most Popular TV Show in the World
Disney+'s first Marvel Cinematic Universe outing, WandaVision, is currently the most in-demand series in the world per Parrot Analytics.
Episode 7 promo video. If this is legit then it looks like Magneto (Michael Fassbender?) might be the "Luke Skywalker"-level cameo Elizabeth Olsen mentioned in interviews before. Can't wait for the next few episodes to see if this pans out...
Hmm. Nope. Screen Culture makes fan-made trailers. That Magneto scene I believe is from X-Men Apocalypse.
Thanks. Yeah, I thought that was dodgy, with the heavily blacked out bottom portions of the two scenes in question. In any case, lots of theories going around on what's gonna happen in the next few episodes. I really wonder which ones really end up happening...
I’m not surprised. Bite-sized 25 minute episodes, a little more reveal each time, lots of nostalgia in each episode, and you have to wait a week for the next episode to see what’s going to happen. If they dumped the entire season out like most tv series on streaming networks, this show would have been out of people’s minds and conversations by now
It’ll almost been a year since we’ve had any new releases.
the drought caused a palate cleanse for marvel fatigue.
I don’t count Wonder Woman. That was just bad story telling.
Just finished wandavision episode 7 on disney+,
Its 37 minutes long, and wait for the post credits scene.
Anyone else found Episode 7 a bit underwhelming? They’ve been hyping episodes 7-9 to be “MCU-level”. This one just proved a theory many fans predicted the past weeks about Agnes.
Hoping for bigger fireworks on the next two episodes.
Did anyone else notice that Dennis the postman was there again when Agnes/Agatha steered Wanda away from Monica? It definitely looks like he is Agatha's accomplice/partner in controlling Wanda and the Hex...
Still looking forward to the Luke Skywalker level cameo. My guess is it’s either Michael Fassbender or James MacAvoy.
Main bad guy is either Nightmare or Mephisto. I’m leaning towards Nightmare.
Imagine if the snap in Infinity War part 1 occurred months before March 2020 lockdown. Disney could not release Infinity War part 2 until after March 2021.
That would heighten the dramatic impact on Marvel Studio output.
Or if Apple released the M1 Macs on November 2019 so all new Macs bought between then and Feb 2021 are Apple Silicon-based. A whole lot more people will benefit from it.
Yup, underwhelming. A lot of slow buildup and an expectation to see someone special, and then... ok, is that it?
super-bitin....hope its a set up for a huge reveal in the next episode!
Reed Richards? Adam Brashear? Riri Williams? Hank McCoy? Nope. It's a certain Major Goodner (who isn't even a Marvel canon character - that I know of). Such a big letdown after being hyped for two consecutive episodes...
True. But episode 7 gave us that Agatha song that's really catchy. Fans even made great covers of it.
Word is that episode 8 will run under 50 mins.
After watching episode 8..
New name and new costume, am I right? https://www.reddit.com/r/WANDAVISIO...urce=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf
Penultimate episode and we have yet to see the Luke Skywalker level cameo. No sightings of Mephisto and Nightmare either. Maybe us fans are just expecting too much and over analyzing a bit.
Too many unresolved conflicts going into the final episode: Wanda vs Agatha. Vision vs White Vision.
Next week’s finale should at least be more than an hour and I expect lots of action, with a probable post-credits scene introducing Dr. Strange and the Multiverse.