“Marvel Studios Assembled: The Making of WandaVision” Is Now Available on Disney+

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Marvel STudios Assembled logo for first episode with WandaVision


‘WandaVision’ has ended, but Disney+ has some more for fans with the first episode of the “Marvel Studios Assembled” series “The Making of WandaVision.”

I just finished watching it and I have to say I recommend it to anyone who’s a fan of the show or a fan of the MCU. It was so interesting to get to hear the thought processes behind it all. From the period visual effects, lighting and studio audiences, to the music, and special effects.

The team behind the show put so much effort and thought into it. This documentary takes a look at all that work we see but don’t see.

I also want to take a minute to talk about how much I love Teyonah Paris. I’m really glad that Marvel listened to the fans and brought Monica Rambeau into the MCU. I know when the “Captain Marvel” film came out many fans were asking why they didn’t use Monica for the character instead of Carol Danvers. She was very much requested by the fanbase.

Teyonah Paris is just a sweet heart and when she explains how much the part meant to her I just wanted to hug her.  She did a fantastic job and Monica and I can’t wait to see more of her and the character.

All the actors, crew, and production crew did a fantastic job with this show.  I stand by my earlier comments that the first two episodes were slow and I would recommend watching the show in one chunk or in a couple chunks, but it ended up being one of my favorite MCU stories.

It gave me two of my favorite quotes with “What is grief, but love love persevering” and “But I don’t need you to tell me who I am.”

Both of those really resonated with me and I think they will stick with me forever.

If you are a fan of “WandaVision” you will definitely want to check out this behind-the-scenes special.

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