Tune in to watch the first episodes of WandaVision on Disney+ starting January 15. After over a year without new substance, Marvel Studios is formally launching Phase 4 with WandaVision - the first of its record of restrictive shows for Disney+. Just recently, Disney+ confirmed that the series would run for nine episodes, which will take us into March, which is when The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is supposed to arrive on Disney+.
"Spoilers! But I can say that there are more than a few surprising MCU cameos...and characters can and do pop up in more than one episode!" Considering the show is a little more abstract than other series, perhaps Disney is concerned the pilot would underwhelm or leave people confused, so teed up a second one for fans to play immediately after.
Top federal prosecutor in Michigan seeks tips on Capitol mob
DC police released 26 photos of suspects Thursday and offered a $1,000 reward for information leading to arrests, CBS reports. The FBI's Washington Field Office early Friday morning released 40 photos of people who illegally broke into the U.S.
The structure of the Marvel Cinematic Universe can seem chaotic when you look at it too closely, as there is no real pattern in the releases of original films and sequels, but there is a macro order to it all.
LA Lakers edge win over Chicago Bulls, Warriors beat Clippers
Beal had 41 points and eight rebounds a game after tying the franchise record with 60 points against the 76ers. Jayson Tatum scored 32 points, Jaylen Brown added 27 and shorthanded Boston held off visiting Washington.
- WandaVision (@wandavision) January 5, 2021Let's fight for it Marvel Studios' #WandaVision starts streaming Jan. 15 on @DisneyPlus. If the remaining seven episodes are released weekly after that, WandaVision will conclude on March 5th.
Marvel Studios: Legends debuted with two episodes focused on the two titular characters of the upcoming series, Wanda Maximoff and Vision.
Jaguars Plan To Meet With Urban Meyer
Meyer retired from Ohio State two years ago citing health reasons and worked this year as a college football analyst for FOX. His successor, Ryan Day, has the Buckeyes back in the BCS National Championship and set to face Alabama on Monday night.