The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s move to TV series got off to a phenomenal start with WandaVision, removing the shackles and stigma often associated with the comic book genre, became a genuine awards season phenomenon.
Explore comedy-inspired grief through a superpowered lens scored 23 Emmy Award nominations, an extremely impressive stretch of road. Every aspect of the creative team works across all pillars, so much so that stars Elizabeth Olsen, Paul Bettany and Kathryn Hahn, director Matt Shakman and lead screenwriter Jac Schaeffer all nod in the biggest categories. , especially Olsen’s chance to win the trophy at the ceremony taking place next week.
Bettany knows a thing or two about dealing with death in the MCU, was killed three times this year, bringing him to a total of five times, six if you include Ultron’s initial destruction of JARVIS in the second Avengers movie. In a new interview with British GQ, the actor explains why he thinks Wanda created her own version of Westview to get rid of her hurt.
“I thought the animation was too beautiful, but the drawing of the birth of the town and the building, and her version of Vision in this is really tastefully rendered. I think it’s really special. Such a lovely idea that since she can’t solve real-life problems, she creates a world where she can have these little puzzles to solve and everything can be wrapped up neatly. neatly. Not like life”.
Paul Bettany is nothing but an eloquent man, with the spearhead of the Ship of Theseus and “grief but what is steadfast love?” quote from WandaVision generate loads of memes and lots of emotional responses. We probably won’t have a second part of the series, but Wanda will be back next year in Doctor Strange in Madness’ Multiverse, when the synthezoid’s original vessel is still out there somewhere in the ether MCU.
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