WandaVision star Paul Bettany says some fan theories are “incredibly accurate.” The series, which just debuted its 6th episode, continues its slow fire mystery. Marvel Cinematic Universe fans have been sharing theories every week in anticipation of a new episode, some of which have already proven to be true. With that being said, it’s unclear if anyone has really figured out what exactly is going on and how it will all end in a few weeks.
In a new interview, Paul Bettany expressed his admiration for the hardcore MCU fans. Bettany has been involved with the franchise for quite some time and Vision is a fan favorite character. While some MCU fan theories have turned out to be insane, or simply not close to the truth, over the years, it seems that some fans have discovered the mysteries WandaVisionBettany explains.
“I love that it is being distributed to the fans … And I love how frustrated they are that they cannot see everything in one solution. I love reading their theories about what could happen. And some of them are incredibly accurate. I keep thinking, “Marvel should give that person a job.” ”
Lots of MCU fans, like some Star Wars fans, are still angry that Disney + and Marvel Studios didn’t release everything WandaVision all at once like the Netflix release strategy. While some feel they should wait, more than a few enjoy having something to look forward to while discussing the previous episode over the course of a week. Paul Bettany added, “It was really nice to see them go through this. I mean I know they waited a long time.”
Paul Bettany was asked if he and the rest of the WandaVision cast knew what was going to happen from the start. Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige revealed what was going to happen when the actors signed up. Kevin Feige’s pitch was very abstract and a lot more about feelings and feelings [what the] big, big ideas [were] over and, indeed, sitcoms, “says Bettany.” But yes, very early on I understood where it was. I knew where it was going. And it was always exciting. Bettany didn’t reveal how much of the story he and the rest of the cast got to hear, but it sounds like they at least had the basics.
As for the MCU fans watching WandaVision once a week, Paul Bettany compares it to Christmas Day. “Every Friday feels like Christmas Day. You get people’s reactions and you see, you know, the reactions of real people. I don’t read reviews. But it’s great to see fans’ reactions,” said the actor. Whether Vision has a future in the MCU is unclear, although Bettany certainly thought he was already fired, so anything is possible at this point. The interview with Paul Bettany was originally conducted by the official Marvel website.
Topics: WandaVision, Disney Plus, Streaming