MCU: What we learned from WandaVision, Loki and The Falcon & Winter Soldier’s Disney Plus teasers

Marvel Studios' AVENGERS: INFINITY WARScarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen)Photo: Film Frame©Marvel Studios 2018
Marvel Studios' AVENGERS: INFINITY WARScarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen)Photo: Film Frame©Marvel Studios 2018 /
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Marvel Studios’ AVENGERS: INFINITY WARL to R: Vision (Paul Bettany) and Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen)Photo: Film Frame©Marvel Studios 2018 /

Disney Plus unveiled teasers for The Falcon and The Winter Solider, WandaVision and Loki at the Super Bowl, and here’s what we learned from them.

It’s an era of wonders for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Aside from wrapping up the Infinity Saga with Avengers: Endgame and working on a variety of big screen properties, Marvel Studios is also heading to our TV screens this year via Disney Plus.

In 2020, the streaming service will release WandaVision and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and in 2021, Loki. During this year’s Super Bowl, Marvel Studios and Disney released an exciting teaser trailer for what’s coming to Disney Plus, focused entirely on the three aforementioned shows.

The bits of MCU footage offered were brief, but because we’re hardcore nerds interested in knowing every little detail about upcoming superhero adaptations, let’s take a look at what the teaser told us about Marvel Studios’ series.


WandaVision‘s footage was arguably the most information-filled of the three sneak peeks. It’s been widely reported that WandaVision will have a big sitcom component to it. Even the first concept art piece for the show teased that approach. Up until now, it was tricky to imagine what that would be like, but we finally know.

The teaser offered brief glimpses of different versions of Wanda, showing her in black and white (I Love Lucy-style), in a ’60s-style wardrobe and modern attire, among others. At first glance, it may look like these are just different visual styles for Wanda, but look closely. You’ll notice that each version of her seems to be set in a different decade. This appears to reveal that the show will put Scarlet Witch and Vision through every sitcom era since the genre’s inception, starting in the ’50s and ’60s and going all the way up to modern times.

These quick cuts also featured fascinating reveals. The first one is Wanda sporting her comic book Scarlet Witch costume. Before getting excited, though, this appears to be a sort of Halloween costume. Having said that, the series’ concept art showed Wanda’s shadow sporting her original comic book attire.

The second reveal comes in a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it moment that pays off in a big way. Pause at 0:16 second mark and you’ll see Wanda pregnant. As the teaser goes on, we see Vision and Wanda in front of two cribs and two pacifiers going up in the air, confirming the show will include some version of Wanda and Vision’s kids.

Finally, the teaser depicts Wanda seemingly snapping back into the real world, as everything around here turns black and white except for her. That could hint at the fact that she will have some moments of clarity throughout the show, in between living this sitcom-set reality.