No More WandaVision Premiere? MCU Series Missing from November Previews
Disney+ just unveiled its previews for November, and there is a lot to be excited about if you love all things Disney, Marvel, or Star Wars. Not only can fans continue watching all-new episodes of The Mandalorian and The Right Stuff on the premium streaming service, but also all-new Disney+ originals like The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse and Marvel’s 616.
Notably, however, the WandaVision premiere is missing from the lineup.
Yes to November! #ItsfALLonDisneyPlus continues this month with new episodes of #TheMandalorian and #TheRightStuffSeries—plus premieres of Originals like #BlackBeautyMovie, #Marvel616 and The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse. #DisneyPlus pic.twitter.com/thiwb3wZw4
— Disney+ (@disneyplus) November 1, 2020
WandaVision Premiere Date: When Are the Visions?
However, reports surfaced that the series might premiere a month earlier. According to CBR.com, the new premiere date was going to be November 27th. The new date was based on images that surfaced of the source code for WandaVision with a line reading “releaseDate”:”2020-11-27.”
Scarlet Witch fans cast some hexes and hoped it was true. Cardi B, here’s looking at you kid, make WandaVision premiere in November a reality. Please, do your thing, from one fan to another.
It is no secret that Marvel Studios loves to use misdirection to keep fans from guessing essential plot details. At Marvel, the entertainment company will use misdirection to keep their actors from guessing important story points!
To keep actors from spilling the beans—clears throat, Tom Holland— the studio uses methods like giving the actors fake scripts or no script at all. In the worst-case scenarios, actors cannot attend press junkets not to spill closely held secrets.
Therefore, it is still possible that WandaVision is coming to Disney+ on Thanksgiving weekend. However, Wanda fans should not get their hopes up too much. Apparently, Marvel is still filming its inaugural Disney+ show, according to a recent tweet from Armageddon Expo in New Zealand.
Unfortunately due to last-minute scheduling changes for WandaVision filming, Elizabeth Olsen won’t be appearing at #AUCKGEDDON this year.
HOWEVER we have lined up another amazing celebrity guest to do a virtual panel, so keep your eyes peeled for an announcement this morning!
— ArmageddonExpo (@Armageddonexpo) October 22, 2020
Into the Marvel-verse: Marvel’s 616 and One Day at Disney
Even if the WandaVision premiere is December or later, Marvel fans still have many things to look forward to in November. And, other series teased in the preview trailer include the two documentary series: Marvel’s 616 and One Day at Disney.
There are several shots from the upcoming Marvel’s 616 docu-series, which will make any comic book nerd scream. Fans of She-Hulk can catch a glimpse of Marvel Comics’ legend Dan Slott writing at his keyboard. Additionally, the preview shows glimpses of a pair of Marvel cosplayers holding hands at what appears to be a comic convention and shots of two cosplayers: Loki and Shuri.
The teaser clip from One Day at Disney features three rare items from Taneleer Tivan’s collection—three Vyloos. The Vyloos—which are native to the planet of Berhert and seen in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2— are now housed in The Collector’s Fortress at Disney’s California Adventure. The Collector and his assistant are currently keeping the friendly and outgoing creatures’ company until the theme park re-opens to guests.