Marvel Studios Director of Visual Development & Concept Artist Andy Park has snuck in an interesting detail in a WandaVision poster he painted for this week's D23 Fan Expo.
Park posted the image to Twitter. As seen below it certainly brings life to what's been described as the classic TV sitcom vibe that Disney+ streaming series starring Elizabeth Olson and Paul Bettany reprising their Scarlet Witch and Vision roles will draw from.
WANDAVISION!!! Official D23 poster I had the honor of painting during the early concept phase of preproduction. This @DisneyPlus show is gonna be something totally fresh.. & weird! #ElizabethOlsen #PaulBettany @DisneyD23 #D23Expo #D23Expo2019 #Disney+ @MarvelStudios #WandaVision pic.twitter.com/VJU4p05Pmb— Andy Park (@andyparkart) August 25, 2019
"It happens to be a mash-up between a couple of our favorite comics that will remain nameless," Bettany told the Walt Disney Company in a video interview. "But also a mash-up – and this is all from Kevin Feige’s fevered imagination – a mash-up of American sitcoms throughout the eras. And it tumbles into a kind of chaotic, messed up story, that then ends up in a more familiar Marvel narrative. When you have someone pitch that to you, and you have six hours to play around in, I’m excited.”
But if you look closely, the light from the TV is casting a shadow on the wall to the back left of Wanda Maximoff and Vision in human form, and the shadow seems to show the Vision in his android form and a head that looks suspiciously like Wanda in her classic and somewhat iconic Marvel Comics headdress.
Given the show's apparent trip through different sitcom eras, according to Bettany, could we also see their superhero identities depicted in the style of different eras, the Scarlet Witch headdress included?
WandaVision is due out on Disney+ in Spring 2021 - ahead of Wanda's key role in 2021's Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness.