The performance by Elizabeth Olsen in the eighth episode of WandaVision is the type of acting work that should be honored with an Emmy. This article contains spoilers for “Previously On,” the eighth episode of WandaVision. Elizabeth Olsen broke through the scene with her performance in Martha Marcy May Marlene. The film was the 2011 version of Winter’s Bone in that the Sundance-premiering indie had the same chance of repeating with Oscar nominations. It didn’t…"Elizabeth Olsen: WandaVision Work Deserves Emmy"
By launching a weekly series like WandaVision rather than all episodes at the same time, Disney+ is making sure viewers keep coming back. WandaVision and The Mandalorian both have viewers coming back each week. One is set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe while the other is a Star Wars series. At the end of the day, however, the episodes have viewers talking. Unfortunately, they are also the type of series where you have to watch…"WandaVision, Disney+, and the Binge-Watch Culture"
WandaVision is the Marvel Cinematic Universe sitcom we need right now but the series is a true love letter to television history in general. It’s been a while since Marvel released anything new for audiences to consume. Because of the pandemic, Black Widow is delayed until May at the earliest. My money is on another delay with how slow the vaccines are in getting rolled out. But hey, I’ll take any new product from Marvel…"WandaVision: A Marvel Love Letter To Sitcom History"
Marvel Studios presented their Phase Four titles during San Diego Comic Con 2019 and this announcement didn’t come without some surprises. Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige was on hand in Hall H for the big event and had a lot of announcements on hand. The biggest surprise is that Blade will be making his first appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. No date was announced for Blade’s MCU debut but Mahershala Ali has been cast…"Marvel Presents Phase Four Titles at Comic Con"