WandaVision will be released for good at Disney+ in 2020 - 3Movierulz
This and other titles have been announced in a promotional video of the streaming platform.
If there's one thing 2020 is being characterized by in the industry, it's because of the numerous premiere changes of series and movies. Disney+ has released a video to announce all the titles that are about to reach the streaming platform in what's left of the year, including one of Marvel Studios' real action series: WandaVision.
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It looked like 2020 was going to be the year of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, which was scheduled to premiere this past August, however, the delay in his return to filming has resulted in it being postponed to autumn. But, it looks like your premiere is going to be delayed again and this time definitely. The Disney+ premiere video features numerous titles, such as the X-Men series tapes or the second season of The Mandalorian, but no trace of the series starring Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan.
Marvel's WandaVision Confirmed To Premiere In 2020 On DisneyPlus. Image Credit By Marvel's WandaVision
Marvel Studios has several pending television projects such as Loki or Hawkeye, who obviously won't see the light this year either; although the production of fiction starring Thor's brother would be more advanced and could be available in early 2021. But it's not all bad news. WandaVision will be ready for fans of the franchise to enjoy some title of Marvel superheroes, who since the premiere of Spider-Man: Away from Home in 2019 have not been able to see anything else.
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The Scarlet Witch-based title, starring Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany, resumed filming in July, which has made it significantly easier for fiction to have been incorporated into this year's premieres, which is likely to air in December. The specific date of its presence on the streaming platform has not yet been confirmed. Below, you can watch the promotional video with the many titles coming to Disney+.