In January 2021, Wanda Vision was the first series to inaugurate the Disney+ platform for the MCU, after a long wait related to the coronavirus pandemic. With its mystery spread over nine episodes, as well as an astonishing aesthetic palette paying tribute to American sitcoms, it had established itself as a very nice entry into phase IV, despite a somewhat uneven finale (Ralph Bohner neither forgetfulness nor forgiveness). With 23 Emmy nominations, it makes sense for Marvel to be interested in the show’s potential to develop spinoffs.
The first of these, titled Agatha: Coven of Chaos, was already announced by the studio at the last Comic-Con and will feature the character of Agatha Harkness played by Kathryn Hahn, with a release scheduled for winter 2023. Today, the newspaperDeadlinecomes to confirm that a second spinoff is in preparation, and will follow the adventures of Vision, or rather White Vision, a modified version of the synthezoid introduced in episode 8 of the series.
According to Deadline, the series is tentatively titled VisionQuest (the name of an arc in the West Coast Avengerscomics featuring the character) and will follow the new Vision in a quest to recover her memories and humanity. Paul Bettany, who has played the super-robot since 2015 and Avengers: Age of Ultron, will be back. It is possible that Elizabeth Olsen will make an appearance as Scarlet Witch, but for now, nothing is certain. The project will be overseen by Jac Schaeffer, already at the helm of WandaVision (and who will also take care of Agatha).
While a team of writers will be assembled next week, it is to be expected that this project will take time before landing on Disney+. In the meantime, filming for Agatha: Coven of Chaos will begin in December. You can check out the latest MCU news on our sites, such as the latest trailers for Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania and Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special, as well as our latest Moon Knight column.