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Kevin Feige Explains Why The Wacky WandaVision is Ideal For Marvel's First Sitcom

Kevin Feige Explains Why The Wacky WandaVision is Ideal For Marvel's First Sitcom

The time we have been waiting for Marvel fans is almost here. It's been more than two years since we heard the announcement that Wanda "Scarlet Witch" Maximoff and her dearly departed boyfriend, Vision, would have their own Disney+ series. Although there are still many unanswered questions about exactly how this new show will play out, one of the things we are sure of is that it will be very different from anything Marvel has ever brought fans before. Recently, Kevin Feige talked about why he believes the "wacky" WandaVision is the perfect introduction to Marvel sitcoms.

He said, "This was our test run. Marvel, of course, has had a lot of good, successful TV in the past. This was Marvel Studios’ first foray, and directly with the cast and amazing characters that we've seen in movies coming on to television. And the idea always was to do something that could not be done as a feature that plays for the format in place with the medium. And there were many meetings before people actually understood what we were trying to go for. We're only sitting here because Jac (Schaeffer) and Matt (Shakman) did and were able to turn a wacky idea into a spectacular show. We've got lots of other things we've announced coming up, but as it all came together, I'm actually pleased that it worked out perfectly that this is the debut on Disney+ for the MCU."

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