Gruesome WandaVision concept art shows alternate Vision autopsy

From the very beginning, WandaVision was shrouded in mystery as to how Vision (Paul Bettany) came back to the living in Westview, New Jersey, after being brutally killed by mad Titan Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War. We would later learn that Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen), now the Scarlet Witch, resurrected him by using Chaos Magic and … Continue reading “Gruesome WandaVision concept art shows alternate Vision autopsy”

Loki, WandaVision, Them, Morning Show among WGA 2022 Award noms

Writers Guild of America West (WGAW) and Writers Guild of America, East (WGAE) have announced nominations for outstanding achievement in television, new media, news, radio/audio, and promotional writing during 2021. Winners will be honored at the 2022 Writers Guild Awards ceremony on Sunday, March 20, 2022. Marvel Disney+ series WandaVision and Loki have both been … Continue reading “Loki, WandaVision, Them, Morning Show among WGA 2022 Award noms”

WandaVision VFX company, MARZ raises $6.5 million to meet demands

Monsters Aliens Robots Zombies (MARZ), the technology and visual effects (VFX) startup helping Hollywood studios deliver feature-film quality visual effects on television timelines, today announced that it has raised CAD$6.5 million in Series A funding. The investment was led by Round13 Capital with participation from Rhino Ventures and Harlo Equity Partners, digital transformation company Torinit, … Continue reading “WandaVision VFX company, MARZ raises $6.5 million to meet demands”

WandaVision’s Randall Park hosts Maker’s Mark series

This is a far cry from Westwiew, New Jersey. Roku Brand Studio in collaboration with Maker’s Mark Bourbon, has announced the premiere of The Show Next Door, a weekly talk show where Randall Park (Wandavision, Ant-Man and the Wasp) sits down with actors, athletes, and musicians for interesting conversation, fun games, and more than a few … Continue reading “WandaVision’s Randall Park hosts Maker’s Mark series”

WandaVision: Disney+ series gets heroic 23 noms

Back in the good old days before cable, the big three, four or five networks had to worry about HBO. Then came streaming and the worry switched to Netflix and Amazon. Now, the networks have to worry about a new Captain America, a space bounty hunter and the Scarlett Witch. In other words, Marvel is … Continue reading “WandaVision: Disney+ series gets heroic 23 noms”

Emmy: WandaVision, The Crown, Mandalorian

Nominations for the 73rd Emmy Awards were announced today recognizing a wealth of innovative storytelling, exceptional new programs, and a robust and diverse group of talent nominees. The live virtual ceremony was hosted by father-daughter duo Ron Cephas Jones (This Is Us) from Los Angeles and Jasmine Cephas Jones (Blindspotting) from New York along with … Continue reading “Emmy: WandaVision, The Crown, Mandalorian”

SPOILERS: Previously On WandaVision…

WARNING!!! This article contains major spoilers for the series finale of Marvel’s WandaVision on Disney+ Many WandaVision fans stayed up late Thursday night until midnight for the west coast and 3AM on the east coast to tune-in to the final episode of Marvel and Disney’s first MCU series on Disney+. Where a lot of us … Continue reading “SPOILERS: Previously On WandaVision…”

WTF is going on in Marvel’s ‘WandaVision?!’

If you tuned into Disney+ and Marvel’s new weekly show WandaVision for the sweet nostalgia, but had no knowledge of the infinity saga, Episode 4, We Interrupt This Program might have been very confusing. As much fun as it was to look back on The Dick Van Dyke Show, Bewitched, and The Brady Bunch, Episode … Continue reading “WTF is going on in Marvel’s ‘WandaVision?!’”

How Dick Van Dyke added magic to ‘WandaVision’

A mash-up of classic sitcoms and large-scale cinematic action, WandaVision—Marvel Studios’ first series for Disney+—is an ambitious, genre-bending adventure unlike any other. And we here at Reel 360 love it. It has it all —Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany… and comedy legend Dick Van Dyke. The nine-episode series begins as a 1950s-style sitcom, largely inspired by The … Continue reading “How Dick Van Dyke added magic to ‘WandaVision’”

New ‘WandaVision’ promos drop hint of tonal change

Disney+ and Marvel’s Phase 4 has officially begun with WandaVision and the latest episode drops on Friday. Just a couple of days ago, Disney+ teased us with a few teaser trailers which seem to promise that we are on the verge of discovering Wanda and Vision’s secret! The latest promos have been popping up on … Continue reading “New ‘WandaVision’ promos drop hint of tonal change”

A “herstory” of Wanda Maximoff before ‘WandaVision’

Today is the day. Disney and Marvel who are thirsty for something new, the drought ends today. The Disney+ exclusive series WandaVision which premieres Friday, January 15, 2021 is here. A new trailer was released on Twitter to whet appetites one last time. While careful not to give too much away, but we do get … Continue reading “A “herstory” of Wanda Maximoff before ‘WandaVision’”

‘WandaVision’ finally has a premiere date

Well the wait for new Marvel content is over…. Almost. But, yes we have a premiere for WandaVision on Disney+. And it’s not that far away. The Marvel Studios series will hit the streaming service on Jan. 15. A new moving poster featuring signature MCU characters Wanda and Vision was also unveiled. Check out the … Continue reading “‘WandaVision’ finally has a premiere date”

‘WandaVision’ reveals its first trailer on Emmys

It’s a good day to be a Geek… especially if you are a Disney, LucasFilm or Marvel geek. Last night’s Emmy’s revealed the trailer for WandaVision, which could be the first major Marvel TV series to arrive on Disney+. If the trailer is anything to go by, it’s Marvel’s most surreal show yet. Reminiscent of … Continue reading “‘WandaVision’ reveals its first trailer on Emmys”

Disney+ adds ‘WandaVision,’ ditches ‘Home Alone’

Coming off a successful launch and the first season of the well-received The Mandalorian, Disney+ has now confirmed that Marvel Studios WandaVision will debut in 2020, not in Spring 2021 as previously announced.  However, it remains unclear whether the new series will debut before or after fellow Marvel series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which is … Continue reading “Disney+ adds ‘WandaVision,’ ditches ‘Home Alone’”

2022 in Review: The best TV series

Let’s be super real here. 2022 was a ridiculously great year for TV series. Although we can stream an episode whenever we want, this year’s crop of shows gave us compelling reasons to stop everything we were doing in order to see the newest episode the moment it dropped. Who thought that we could get … Continue reading “2022 in Review: The best TV series”

Marvel reveals Phases 4, 5 and 6

We are fairly deep into the MCU’s phase 4 and while we have been entertained by titles such as WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki, Black Widow, What If…?, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Eternals, Hawkeye, and the rest of the MCU projects up to this date, many fans have … Continue reading “Marvel reveals Phases 4, 5 and 6”

Marvel collects 19 Emmy noms

Marvel’s MCU collected 19 Emmy nominations this year across four series which are currently streaming on Disney+. If you’re keeping score, Moon Knight collected eight, Loki received six, Hawkeye was nominated for two. Another Disney+ series What If…? took home three nominations, two of which were for Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performances, one for the late … Continue reading “Marvel collects 19 Emmy noms”

REVIEW: Thor Love and Thunder’s many blunders

Back in 2011, Marvel was still in its infancy, rolling out “Phase One” of what would come to be known as The Infinity Saga. Following two Iron Man films and an Incredible Hulk film, we would come to meet the next Avenger-in-the-making, mighty Norse God of Thunder, Thor Odinson. Directed by the brilliant Kenneth Branagh, … Continue reading “REVIEW: Thor Love and Thunder’s many blunders”

From Strange to Lightyear, Disney’s CinemaCon rundown

CinemaCon 2022 ran from April 25-28, and has been occurring annually since 2021. Caesars Palace is the home of CinemaCon this year where studios such as Sony Pictures, Neon, Warner Brothers, Disney, Universal, Focus, Paramount, and Lions Gate shared what we can expect to see in theaters over the next few years.  Disney brought us … Continue reading “From Strange to Lightyear, Disney’s CinemaCon rundown”

Snyder’s Justice League earns Best Movie nom from Critics Choice Super Awards

Take that Zack Snyder’s Justice League naysayers! The Critics Choice Association (CCA) announced that director’s version of the maligned Joss Whedon release has received a Best Superhero Movie nomination and a nomination for Wonder Woman’s Gal Gadot. The nominees for the 2nd Annual Critics Choice Super Awards, honoring the most popular, fan-obsessed genres across both television … Continue reading “Snyder’s Justice League earns Best Movie nom from Critics Choice Super Awards”