In its very first 2 episodes, now streaming on Disney+, the series completely emulates 50s and 60s comedies like I Love Lucy and Bewitched.
The half-hour episodes likewise featured classic commercials including Easter eggs for eagle-eyed Marvel fans. An ad for Stark Industries Toastmate 2000 in the first episode, for example, salutes Tony Starks daddy Howard Stark. WandaVision will be released on a week-to-week basis, with episode lengths varying as the story begins to break away from the comedy format.
Because theyre so plainly included, the “commercials” raise a crucial concern: How much should one read into them? Or are they simply there to include authenticity the retro visual sported by the series therefore far?
According to Marvel Studios employer Kevin Feige, its a combination of both.
The vintage TELEVISION spots “started as format,” he informs TVLine. Something beeping with a Stark Industries logo on it is strange and intriguing if you dont know anything about it and where that takes you.
WandaVision will be launched on a week-to-week basis, with episode lengths differing as the story starts to break away from the sitcom format. Required reading is not something thats fun when you desire to turn on the TELEVISION or go to a movie.
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WandaVision is (therefore far!) a whimsical discrepancy from Marvels big-screen eyeglasses. In its first two episodes, now streaming on Disney+, the series completely imitates 50s and 60s sitcoms like I Love Lucy and Bewitched.
Painstaking detail entered into duplicating the old-school charm of those classic series, from the black-and-white filter to using a live studio audience (for Episode 1)– as was custom-made back in the day– to Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettanys delightful physical comedy similar to Lucille Ball and Dick Van Dyke.
The half-hour episodes also included vintage commercials including Easter eggs for eagle-eyed Marvel fans. An advertisement for Stark Industries Toastmate 2000 in the first episode, for example, salutes Tony Starks daddy Howard Stark.