The film industry took a massive hit from the pandemic, and Marvel Studios was no exception. There is no expectation from the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) this year, seeing that every scheduled release for an MCU film or TV show has been pushed back. But somehow, Disney has managed to keep WandaVision on track, and it may be the only film that survives the 2020 MCU hiatus. Here’s a screenshot image from Disney+, suggesting that the film will be streaming December 2020 onwards.
MCU Phase 4 was announced shortly after Avengers: Endgame successfully wrapped up Phase 1-3, and among the upcoming films and TV shows announced were - Black Widow, Eternals, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, and Shang-Chi. Pretty much everything has been delayed, and based on the initial timeline announced by Disney, WandaVision was scheduled to premier after these four titles. However, it seems like we might have WandaVIsion arrive before the rest.
What's Happening with Marvel Phase 4, and Which Superheroes are Expected to Make and Appearance (Pt 1)Black Widow has been pushed from May 2020 to November 2020, while Eternals has been pushed to February 2021. We’re still hopeful for Black Widow, but based on current circumstances, it is unlikely that they will be able to finish the film come year end. WandaVision finished filming early this year, and was undergoing minor reshoots and finishing touches this summer. Aside from that, we know nothing else about the current standings of Phase 4.
Here’s the official trailer of WandaVision.