WandaVision: meet the cast of Marvel series at Disney +

Today, January 15th, the first Marvel series, WandaVision, bringing the events involving Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen), the Scarlet Witch, and Vision (Paul Bettany), post Avengers: Endgame. The new series opens Phase 4 of the MCU.

The premiere took place through the first two episodes, showing – as had already been anticipated through the trailers – a direct inspiration in the classic sitcoms of the 1960s, very common on United States TV at the time.

The story features Wanda and Vision arriving in a new city, trying to lead a common life like the suburban residents of the region. However, Wanda has his powers to control and create objects in this reality. Vision, on the other hand, shows his ability to “disguise himself” as a human, having a common job in a joint venture – even if he doesn’t know exactly what the nature of the work he does in that company is.

Through these first two episodes, we are introduced to the old acquaintances Wanda and Visão, but also to some new characters, such as the couple’s nosy neighbor, and the colleague and boss of the company in which Visão works.

Check out who these characters are and who plays each of them:

Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff, the Scarlet Witch

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Elizabeth Olsen is the main star of the series. Her character, Wanda, went through difficult times in the films of Avengers in theaters, since she lost her brother Pietro Maximoff, the Mercury, and also her love, Vision. It is believed that the reality we see in the series was created by Wanda herself, who, as we could see, can manipulate it.

Paul Bettany as Vision

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Paul Bettany played Vision in the Avengers movies in theaters. In Avengers: Infinity War, Vision ended up being killed by the villain Thanos. The question that remains in the minds of the fans is: how did he come back to life? Is he real?

Kathryn Hahn as Agnes

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Kathryn plays Agnes, the couple’s nosy neighbor. She helps Wanda prepare dinner for Visão’s boss in the first episode. Agnes is actually believed to be Agatha Harkness, a witch who helps Wanda in Marvel comics.

Fred Melamed as Mr. Hart

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The head of Vision at the company where he works, Mr. Hart, comes to Wanda and Vision’s house for an employee “assessment” dinner.

Debra Jo Rupp as Mrs. Hart

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Mr. Hart’s innocent wife. She accompanies him to dinner in the first episode.

Teyonah Parris as Geraldine, and also as Monica Rambeau

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Monica appeared – as a child – in the film Captain Marvel. Now an adult, she appears as Geraldine, but as we can already see in the trailer, she should have a direct connection with SWORD.

Emma Caulfield Ford as Dottie

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Like Teyonnah, Emma appears only in the second episode of WandaVision like Dottie.


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In addition to the main cast, we have Asif Ali as Norm, David Lengel as Phil Jones, Ithamar Enriquez as the man seen in the commercials, Victoria Blade as the woman seen in the advertisements, Amos Glick as Dennis, the Postman, Jolene Purdy as Beverly , David Payton as Herb, Zac, Henry as the beekeeper and Yuuki Luna and Eric Delgado as the tap dancers.

Who else will appear in the series? Recalling that Paul Bettany said that the production will have a surprise guest.

The first two episodes of WandaVision are now available for viewing on Disney +. New chapters will be released weekly, every Friday, in streaming.

WandaVision will have a total of nine episodes.

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