A few days after the first two episodes were broadcast, Elizabeth Olsen, interpreter of Wanda Maximoff, reported on the future of the mini-series that honors sitcoms.
From the Dick Van Dyke Show to the office
WandaVision, the miniseries that gives weight to Phase 4 of the MCU, aired its first two episodes last Friday. This parody miniseries of sitcoms is in sharp contrast to what the MCU has offered us so far. Perhaps this is an attempt to renew the universe through its serial dimension, but also through its format, which was sometimes recorded in 4: 3 and in black and white.
Director Matt Shankman (known for his work on Game of Thrones) said the following:
“Our series is a love story, an adventure story, a mystery and a comedy all at the same time. There will be more and more action in the episodes and in the end it will all make sense.”
After exploring the sides of sitcoms from the early 60s like the Dick Van Dyke Show, their ending, for example with my beloved witch, episode 3 will be shot in Technicolor and should take on more 70s accents. . On the subject, Elizabeth Olsen announced that she had adjusted her performance to each key period of television. As for the future episode 3, as a more uninhibited woman. The eras will pass as the episodes progress, until a series known as The Office is known.
There is more cynicism
Today Elizabeth Olsen announces that the rest of her adventures with husband Paul Bettany (Vision) will take a more “cynical” turn over the course of the episodes, close to the sitcoms of the 2000s. One series is mentioned: Malcolm.
For a week we met every day to watch old sitcoms. The 1950s and 1960s series about perfect families became more anchored in reality from the 1970s, before becoming more cynical in the 2000s and 2010. It’s interesting to see how the humor changes over the years. Years.
Malcolm has an incredibly cynical, humorous side, and we found that heartwarming, whatever the cause, as a social choice. So in this boot camp it was fun not only to categorize physical changes as tools, but also to ask, “What was comedy back then?” “”
While waiting for the big revelations the series should bring in the final episodes, Episode 3 of the adventures of Elisabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany is slated to be followed on Disney + starting next Friday.