Marvel Studios has many projects currently in development for Disney. Following the huge success of “WandaVision”, a second spin-off series called “Vision Quest” is in the early stages of production.

Marvel Studios will be opening up a writer’s room next week, so it will be a while until this series hits our screens.  The series is going to be overseen by “WandaVision” creator, writer and executive producer Jac Schaeffer.

This new Disney+ series will be based on a comic book story from the West Coast Avengers, and while the plot details are currently under wraps, it’s expected that the series will be set after the events of “WandaVision” as he tries to regain his memories after being rebuilt by SWORD after his death at the hands of Thanos.  In the final moments of “WandaVision”, following a battle between the two Visions, White Vision scanned Vision’s memories, said “I Am Vision” and flew off into the sky, which has set up this next series.  It’s unknown if Elizabeth Olsen will return as Wanda for this new Disney+ series.

Paul Bettany will be returning as “Vision”, which he has played in a number of Marvel films, including “Avengers: Age Of Ultron”, “Captain America: Civil War”, and “Avengers: Infinity War”.

The other “WandaVision” spin-off series, “Agatha: Coven of Chaos,” is due to start filming later this year and will focus on Agatha Harkness, who is played by Katherine Hahn in the series.

Marvel hasn’t officially announced that “Vision Quest” is in development and generally doesn’t comment on these reports until they are ready to officially announce them.

Giant Freakin Robot originally reported on this news, and both Variety and Deadline have confirmed it.

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