The power of the “Mandalorian” prevails.
We’re officially five days away from the premiere of Marvel’s first Disney + TV series, WandaVision. So, it is safe to say that from now on we will be focusing on all aspects of WandaVision and that extends to the scheduled release schedule for the show. This weekend, the head of Marvel Studios Kevin feige revealed that another Disney + show, The Mandalorian, had a big impact on how Marvel structured the release of WandaVisionthe episodes. Feige’s comments are also intriguing because of the way they tease The Mandalorian possibly have a creative influence on WandaVision, too.
Feige’s remarks on The Mandalorianinfluences on WandaVision were shared during a press conference for the Marvel Disney + TV show on Sunday (via Comicbook.com). The press conference was moderated by Jaleel White and included the stars of the series Paul Bettany, Elizabeth olsen, Teyonah Parris, and Kathryn hahn. The author of the series also participated in the press conference Jac schaeffer and director Matt shakman.
At one point, White asked Feige if there was anything about The Mandalorian, The greatest Disney + original series to date, to which he applied WandaVision at any time. The first part of Feige’s response seems to tease Disney + Star wars series having a creative influence on WandaVision, without giving specific examples of this influence: “[With] WandaVision, we were all on our way long before we saw The Mandalorian. There are many, many The Mandalorian that inspired us at Marvel Studios, not the least of which is the set design we use on some upcoming projects. ”
Feige went on to tell White that “it was amazing to see the marketing work Disney did to organize” the release of The Mandalorian and that “these projects on Disney + are as important as the projects that hit theaters.” With that in mind, Feige linked the idea of Disney’s exit strategy for The Mandalorian to the WandaVision exit strategy, telling White that “they’ve certainly shown they can do it on Disney + with Mandalorian. Week-to-week fun, discussion […] Disney + I think it was very smart to drop every week. ”
As we have already pointed out, WandaVision will roll out week after week on Disney +, similar to The Mandalorian. The first two episodes will be released when the Marvel series launches on Friday, January 15. From there a new WandaVision The episode will be released weekly, with a total of nine episodes making up the first season. Each episode of WandaVision will also sport a different theme song, true to its sitcom tribute vibes as each episode takes us through the different eras of television.
WandaVision premieres on Disney + on January 15. The Mandalorian Seasons 1 and 2 are now available to stream on Disney +. To learn more, check out the early reactions and reviews at WandaVision before the premiere.
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