After three episodes, WandaVision star Elizabeth Olsen says that there will be a shift in perspective in the upcoming outing of the Disney+ series.
The storytelling perspective will change in WandaVision episode 4, Elizabeth Olsen says. Marvel Studios kicked off their much-delayed Phase 4 with the sitcom-inspired Disney+ show, and so far so good with reviews praising the project thus far. But, expect a shift coming in the next outing that will reveal more about the series’ overall narrative.
WandaVision‘s first three episodes took on the ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s with sitcoms such as I Love Lucy, Bewitched, and The Brady Bunch being its primary source of inspiration respectively. As the show goes through the decades, Wanda and Vision’s life as a married couple also progresses with the latest episode seeing the arrival of their twins, Billy and Tommy. Amidst the humor and heartfelt family moments, however, it’s getting increasingly clear that not everything in Westview is what it appears to be; there’s a broader and darker story unraveling and people are eager to learn more about it.
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Given this, viewers have been on the lookout for more clues revealing what’s really going on in WandaVision. Fortunately, it doesn’t seem like it’s going to be a longer wait as Olsen tells Digital Spy that pertinent details are coming in episode 4 as the show’s storytelling point of view changes.
“I think the reason why they show the press the first episodes is because Episode 4 is quite a shift. It’s a really fun perspective swap and I think a lot gets understood at that moment.”
The end of each WandaVision episode thus far has dropped clues about how the idyllic suburban life Wanda and Vision are living in isn’t really. More explicitly, however, episode 3 gave viewers their first glance at what the outside of Westview actually looks like after Monica Rambeau, aka Geraldine, was pushed out of the pocket reality. Wanda pushed her out because she reminded Wanda of Ultron and the hand he played in the death of her twin brother, Pietro. With this, Olsen might be alluding to revealing more about what goes on in the real world in relation to Westview. As previously confirmed, SWORD (which now stands for Sentient Weapon Observation Response Division) is somehow involved in the story, with Rambeau, Jimmy Woo, and Darcy Lewis all supposedly working for the agency now. Perhaps WandaVision will begin telling its story from their side of things.
As WandaVision approaches the midpoint of its nine-episode run, it only makes sense that Marvel Studios is finally giving some information about what’s really going on in the show. While most find the slow-burn storytelling appealing, some aren’t thrilled with this approach, especially since its super-sized premiere didn’t feel like an MCU offering at all. Understandably, after almost two years of hiatus, there are those who might be looking for something more familiar from the universe. That said, kicking off Phase 4 with such a unique and bold project is a sign that the franchise is looking to shake things up after the Infinity Saga, which can only be a good thing.
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Source: Digital Spy
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