Marvel: Vision Quest is gearing up to start filming soon

Let's take a look at Vision Quest, speculations about the plot and its characters, and the state of the series as it stands, because it apparently still does.

Paul Bettany as The Vision and Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff in Marvel Studios’ WandaVision. Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios. ©Marvel Studios 2021 All Rights Reserved.
Paul Bettany as The Vision and Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff in Marvel Studios’ WandaVision. Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios. ©Marvel Studios 2021 All Rights Reserved. /

Our favorite synthezoid, Vision, is apparently still set to get his own spotlight in the MCU.

A post went out this morning regarding the show Vision Quest and its status - and things are supposedly right on track for this mysterious series, with filming set to begin in either the latter half of the year or in 2025.

Now, before you start recalibrating your reality settings, let's break down what we've got on the show itself. Information on Vision Quest is currently more guarded than the secrets of Wakanda, with Marvel Studios keeping this one under wraps tighter than a S.W.O.R.D. operation. But that hasn't stopped the fan theories from flying faster than Quicksilver on his best day.

So, what do we know?

Well, not much, honestly.

We can only guess that Vision Quest will be a deep dive into the world of our beloved Vision, post-WandaVision shenanigans. After the reality-bending drama of WandaVision, seeing Vision embark on a journey to rediscover himself, or perhaps to rebuild his life (literally and figuratively), is exactly the kind of storyline that could have fans and new viewers alike glued to their screens. Or is it? Do we need a show about Vision? Would White Vision be introduced as the main character or would we be focusing on a different timeline's Vision interfering even more with the timelines and the TVA? Or timeline-traveling? I have literally so many questions.

For those who don't remember, Vision was a victim of Thanos' thirst for power as the Purple Titan ripped the Mind Stone from Vision's forehead at the end of Avengers: Infinity War. WandaVision showed us a desperate Wanda trying to give herself the life she's always wanted, materializing Vision in her illusion-filled town, and introduced White Vision as S.W.O.R.D.'s last-ditch attempt to get Wanda to let go of the town of Westview. In the end, White Vision disappears and... this is where he'd make his immediate comeback. It'd only make sense to have Vision Quest and WandaVision connected, wouldn't it?

But what can we actually expect? Given Vision's complex nature, we're likely in for a mix of existential exploration, mind-bending science fiction, and, of course, the kind of action only a vibranium-powered android can deliver. Will we see more of his struggle with identity and purpose? Or perhaps a quest that pits him against new threats, or even sees him forging alliances with faces new and old across the MCU?

Marvel, in its ever-mystical fashion, hasn't given us much to go on, but that's just how they like it. Keeping us guessing, theorizing, and piecing together every scrap of info like we're trying to solve the mystery of the Mind Stone itself.

With filming starting soon, here's to hoping we get more information on the actual show and what it has in store for us.

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