Stunt Team Members Resume Reveals New Detail About ‘WandaVision’ Season One. The resume for one of the stunt team members working on Marvel Studios new Disney+ series, WandaVision, has confirmed that the series will be much longer than the rumored 6-episodes.
A screenshot of the resume was shared by Lizzie Hill of Murphy’s Universe and shares this unexpected detail about the length of the series on Disney+. The unnamed stunt person has a credit for “ND Stunts” in WandaVision, Season 1: Episode 9. Meaning WandaVision has 3 more episodes than previously believed, due to the announced “6-hour run time” for the series.
So what does this mean for WandaVision? Well, it either means that Marvel Studios has been vague on the details with the cast, since the 6-hour run time was reported by Elizabeth Olsen (Wand Maximoff/Scarlet Witch) herself, or that the episodes will be shorter than the predicted 45-50 min run times.
The series will premiere much like other Disney+ original series, with Episode 1 premiering reportedly in December 2020, and new episodes will then debut weekly following the initial release. It is currently unknown if the entire season will premiere on time since the series is rumored to be tied into the events of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness which has been pushed back near a year in theaters due to production delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Others speculate only a portion of the first season will premiere on time with the final episodes premiering close to the release of Doctor Strange 2. Disney and Marvel Studios have yet to comment on the fate of the new Marvel series on Disney+, but hopefully we will get official word soon.
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