A “WandaVision” spin-off, tentatively titled “Vision Quest,” is reportedly in the works at Disney+, Deadline reports.
Paul Bettany is set to reprise his role as Vision, the synthezoid created from vibranium. The series should focus on Vision “trying to regain his memory and his humanity,” according to the outlet.
Fans will recall that the eighth episode of “WandaVision” featured the first appearance of White Vision – a being who was rebuilt and reactivated by SWORD (Sentient Weapon Observation and Response Division) using Vision’s body – and tasked with destroying Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) and her “conditional” vision.
The two Visions eventually faced off in a battle royale in the last ninth episode a spectacle.
The episode led some to unofficially refer to the upcoming show as “the White Vision Project” based on the character’s most recent on-screen version.
Olsen could also potentially return as Wanda Maximoff in the upcoming spinoff, according to the outlet.
Nonetheless, Bettany hinted to Deadline last year that fans might revisit Vision in future projects.
“We really found a path for ourselves, and the tone was different from those movies,” he told the exit in August 2021. “But you never know with Marvel if you’re done or not. So I don’t want to call it the end yet. It was one of the most creative experiences of my life, joyful and free, to do this show. Seeing him embraced by an audience as he was was so wonderful.
Another “WandaVision” spin-off is also on the horizon titled “Agatha: Coven of Chaos.” Although Marvel was tight-lipped on plot details, it was announced that Kathryn Hahn would reprise her role as Agatha Harkness from “WandaVision.” The series will premiere on Disney+ in winter 2023.
Both shows would be directed by Jac Schaeffer, who served as the creator, head writer and executive producer of WandaVision.
The first season of “WandaVision” is available to stream on Disney+.
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