the star of WandaVision, Paul Bettany, shared an amusing behind-the-scenes image of the 1970s episode of Marvel’s hit miniseries.
The third episode, Now In Color, which was dedicated to the sitcoms of the 70s, served as the defining episode for WandaVision.
While the episode was full of classic ’70s fashions and sitcom jokes, it was also the first episode in which Vision began to question what was really going on in Westview.
Now In Color also included the first time Wanda broke character from her sitcom facade, revealing that something darker was happening beneath the colorful surface of the sitcom.
Bettany shared a fun behind-the-scenes photo of the shoot, Now In Color, on your Instagram page.
The photo shows him and Elizabeth Olsen in the 1970s clothes they wear in the opening of the third episode. In the publication Bettany wrote: “Taking myself and my acting VERY seriously on the set of WandaVision.”
WandaVision explored the aftermath of Wanda Maximoff’s grief and trauma after the loss of her brother Pietro (Aaron-Taylor Johnson) and the love of your life, Vision.
WandaVision was a big hit on its debut on the Disney+ streaming platform, garnering positive praise from fans and critics alike.
One of the great aspects of WandaVision were the tributes to decades of sitcoms, starting in the 1950s and ending in the 2010s.
Given that WandaVision was set after the events of Avengers: 2019 Ultimatum, the biggest mystery of the series was the Westview issue.
In particular, the audience was curious to see how Vision was still alive after being killed twice in Avengers: War of Infinity, becoming an unusual couple with Wanda while living together in the city.
The show also earned the honor of being the first Marvel property to be nominated for an Emmy, earning an impressive total of 23 nominations.
what actually made of WandaVision such a good series was how the narrative tied to Wanda’s journey of accepting her pain, culminating in her becoming the legendary Scarlet Witch.
The sitcoms were Wanda’s way of escaping the overwhelming pain of her loss, and the show deftly never let viewers forget that all was not right at Westview from the start.
Once Wanda accepted her true power, she finally left her sitcom dream world, but unfortunately the Scarlet Witch still hasn’t got the true happy ending she’s always wanted.
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