WandaVision

WandaVision star Paul Bettany understands Marvel’s commitment to secrecy despite the fact that it very well may be frustrating. Bettany has been a part of the MCU since the start. He was first heard in 2008 as the voice of J.A.R.V.I.S, Tony Stark’s A.I. assistant in Iron Man. He would then proceed to depict the Synthezoid Vision in 2015’s Avengers: Age of Ultron. The personality of Vision truly became the dominant focal point due in part to Vision’s romance with Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen), who he would ultimately ask to kill him for everyone’s benefit in 2018’s Avengers: Infinity War, just to get killed a second time by Thanos (Josh Brolin).

In a meeting with ACE Universe (through Comicbook), Bettany spoke about how he discovered Marvel’s devotion to secrecy frustrating yet understandable simultaneously. Look at Bettany’s thoughts underneath.

“Definitely, it’s incredible. That is to say, it’s a frustrating process, however one I truly understand and truly put stock in. I imagine that Marvel, Kevin Feige, Louis D’Esposito, they all have a very, you know, they have a strict ‘don’t discuss it’ strategy, which I truly can get behind. I come from a family – my father was an entertainer, my mother was a singer – and my mother and father always had this thing, you never show individuals the costumes the drape goes up, you know? Try not to show individuals how the enchantment stunt is done. Thus, I sort of, I love that about Marvel, that they’re so… that they truly hang on their secrets thus it very well may be truly charming for the fans. Yet, yes, it is frustrating, and presently it’s anything but a help to have the option to discuss it.”

Mystery was one of the significant reasons why WandaVision functioned admirably and why it helps add to the amusement worth of the MCU in general. It’s understandable how it must be frustrating for the actors in question, however the Marvel equation has worked since the time the first Iron Man was released. Ideally Bettany’s time in the MCU didn’t end with WandaVision. It wouldn’t bode well for Marvel to present White Vision and afterward forego the person completely, yet that is the enchantment of Marvel. The MCU possibly reveals the cards up its notorious sleeve when it’s a good idea to propel the overall story, which is the way it should be.

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