I highly doubt it. I mean, technically they might be able to do that because it appears that WandaVision will have something to do with the multiverse, but I really doubt it. Even though Peters was good in the role, I think Disney will want to distance whatever they are going to do with the X-Men from what Fox did, and returning one of the actors would be a very direct link to the past. So I suspect they'll just wipe that particular slate clean and use Evan Peters as a new character. Even if it was going to be Quicksilver, that wouldn't really mean anything to Wanda. She is bonded to the version of Quicksilver played by Aaron Taylor-Johnson who died in Age of Ultron, not the version of him played by Peters.Of course, no mention is made whether he will be playing the same character.
I think WandaVision was farther along before COVID, which allowed them to be able to go first. I'm delighted that we will still get some MCU content this year, since I wasn't sure we would, and can't wait to watch that.So it sure sounds like Disney+ is sticking with the December 2020 rollout, with "WandaVision" effectively leapfrogging "Falcon & The Winter Soldier" on the schedule.
There is speculation that there may be some aspect of Falcon and the Winter Soldier that acknowledges or follows up on something from Black Widow. If so, it’s likely that Marvel won’t want the series to play until Black Widow has been released.From the Fall 2020 programming press release Disney+ put out today:
With the first anniversary of Disney+ on November 12, the service will kick off its second year with even more original entertainment premiering in late 2020 including, but not limited to: “Black Beauty,” a contemporary film adaptation of the classic story starring Mackenzie Foy, Iain Glen and Claire Forlani and the voice of Kate Winslet, “Inside Pixar,” a never-before-seen look into Pixar Animation Studios’ creative process, “On Pointe,” an original docu-series about students of the School of American Ballet and “The Nutcracker” performance at Lincoln Center, and “WandaVision,” the upcoming original series from Marvel Studios.
So it sure sounds like Disney+ is sticking with the December 2020 rollout, with "WandaVision" effectively leapfrogging "Falcon & The Winter Soldier" on the schedule.
Done.Probably time for this to separate from this thread and get its own.