Aaron Taylor-Johnson is not sure he will be appearing in the Disney+ show WandaVision.
Disney+ was launched this month, and the flagship Disney streaming service came up with a lot of nostalgia-filled content to keep the audiences busy for a while. They also flashed the face of Baby Yoda across everyone’s face, and he is all the talk of the meme world right now. So, it is safe to say Disney+ has been able to keep a tight lid on things and keep the audiences engaged.
But this early barrage of nostalgia and the adorable 'Baby Yoda' is only going to last for so long, and the studio, as well as the infant streaming service, will need to come up with new things to make sure the subscriber rate does not go down. There is a vast library of content when it comes to Disney plus the recently acquired 20th Century Fox; still, the audiences need new things to make it worth their while of paying a monthly subscription fee.
Watch: Baby Yoda is all the fuss in the current social media buzz
To this extent, the people at Disney are relying on Marvel to produce content for the streaming service at a steady pace so they can keep peddling new things to the paying customers. And Marvel is not disappointing anyone at all because they announced five TV shows coming to Disney+ during the Marvel presentation at the comic con.
When 'WandaVision' was first announced at the comic-con, Kevin said the events of the show would lead to the sophomore movie of Doctor Strange, which got us excited. Then they revealed the movie is going to be a horror flick, which is a first for the MCU, and then at D23, some more information was revealed.
Watch: The announcement of WandaVision at the comic con
A person can only take so much when it comes to punishment, grief, and pain, which leads to the question of whether Wanda will conjure up her dead brother in the new reality to make herself whole? Wanda’s brother was killed in Sokovia while trying to save 'Clint' from being killed by a clone of 'Ultron.'
Watch: The clip of Quicksilver dying in Sokovia saving Clint
It is possible the character is brought back in the 'WandaVision' series, but the actor who played the character, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, is almost certain he will not be making an appearance in the show.
In a talk with Screen Rant the actor said, “I think we're both open to possibilities, like the Marvel Universe has been over the years, but obviously yes, I'm aware of the Disney+ platform, and all of the shows that are going and I'm still in touch with a lot of the people. I mean, I think it's safe to say that no, I'm not gonna... there will be no appearance of me coming out or Quicksilver appearing anytime soon.”
Maybe it is just smoke and mirror on the actor’s part to disguise his appearance in the show, but the series is still in pre-production with the plot points still being ironed out. So, let’s not rule anything out at this juncture, and also it would be nice to see 'Quicksilver' again in the MCU.
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