The new installment about Spider-Man played by Tom Holland opens in theaters on December 17.
It seems like a lie. More than a year ago, the outcome of a story that began to take shape in 2008, when an arms manufacturer named Tony Stark had to face a terrorist group wearing armor made from “a box of leftovers.” Iron Man It was the door for other superheroes to come to the big screen: Captain America, Thor, Doctor Strange, Hawk Eye, Black widow, Spider-Man, Scarlet Witch… It was the Armored Avenger who came full circle in Endgame with the phrase “I am Iron Man” and the snapping of his fingers to defeat the great villain of the baptized The Infinity Saga: Thanos. His sacrifice will mean a before and after for the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (UCM). Also the death of Natasha Romanoff and the ‘retirement’ of Steve Rogers.
The good news is that the machinery of Marvel Studios continues to work and its Phase 4 it is already more than planned. For this new stage, in addition to movies, fans of the franchise will also be able to continue the story of some characters with television series. On SensaCine, so that you can prepare for everything that the studio has to release, we have compiled all the information we know about the different titles of this new stage of the franchise.
‘Marvel Studios: Legends’
Before the premiere of the different deliveries, the Marvel Cinematic Universe will start to warm up engines for your Phase 4 with Marvel Studios: Legends. This fiction will help fans to delve into the stories of different characters in the franchise and relive their most iconic moments.
‘Scarlet Witch and Vision’
Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) started out in the MCU as a villain in Age of Ultron until Hawkeye convinced her – along with her late brother Pietro Maximoff/Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) – to join the Avengers. Since then, the Queen of Chaos has appeared in Civil War, Infinity War and Endgame. He was one of the victims of Thanos’ snap. He disappeared next to the inert body of his partner Vision (Paul Bettany), who perished at the hands of the Titan for the Mind Stone that he wore on his forehead. Later, Wanda Maximoff returned with the rest of those affected by the villain to face him. Now, the superheroine stars in her own series Scarlet Witch and Vision, whose nine episodes are available now on Disney +. The project is set after the events that occurred in Avengers: Endgame.
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What is it about Scarlet Witch and Vision?
Scarlet Witch and Vision, created by Jac Schaeffer, combines the style of the classic ‘sitcom’ with the MCU in which Wanda Maximoff and Vision – two beings with superpowers who live their idyllic suburban lives – begin to suspect that everything is not as it seems. This is how Marvel Studios sums up the fiction starring Olsen and Bettany. And the latter already warned at the last San Diego Comic-Con that the project is “crazy.”
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One of the most interesting aspects are the fictions to which it refers: El show de Dick Van Dyke, I love you lucy, The Brady tribe, Roseanne, Forced parents, Family entanglements. The heroine even appears in the original costume from the comics! The beings have also introduced the Twins Scarlet Witch and Vision: Tommy and Billy. Finally, the title connects directly with Doctor Strange In The Multiverse of Madness.
New characters, some return and Monica Rambeau as an adult
Besides Olsen and Bettany, Scarlet Witch and Vision features Randall Park’s comebacks as Jimmy Woo and Kat Dennings as Darcy Lewis. The first, a former SHIELD agent recruited by the FBI, made his MCU debut in Ant-Man and the Wasp. The second appeared in Thor and The dark world and was the fellow of Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) and Erik Selving (Stellan Skarsgård).
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Apart from the two of them there is another character who returns for this series, but does it a little changed. Do you remember the little one Monica Rambeau from Captain Marvel? The first installment about Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) was set in the 90s and, like Scarlet Witch and Vision takes place after Endgame, that girl is now a grown woman who plays Teyonah Parris.
Finally, the fiction features Kathryn Hahn in its cast. Her character is the villain of this story, the witch Agatha Harkness.
Scarlet Witch and Vision is now available on Disney +.