Wandavision was a smashing success, and now Assembled looks to show you how it happened.
It is no surprise that the writers decided to take a unique approach at the start of the series. Using old sit-coms as a foundation, Wandavision unraveled its many different layers as the episodes transitioned from era to era.
Assembled, a behind the scenes look series, will start with Wandavision and gradually incorporate other Marvel projects as they conclude.
Marvel’s Assembled Is Ready To Explore
The Series will give fans never-before-seen scenes, including the black-and-white one in full color. It will also feature commentary from actors as well as directors and other crew members. The trailer states:
“Join Elizabeth Olsen, Paul Bettany and WandaVision’s creative team as they invite viewers behind-the-scenes of this highly groundbreaking series. Learn how the production’s surprising concept took shape by drawing inspiration from classic sitcoms. Witness how the crew went to great lengths to emulate various filmmaking methods used during the early years of television.
Discover the unique challenges and ultimate rewards of performing an entire episode in front of a live studio audience. Spend time with exciting newcomers to the MCU, such as Teyonah Parris and Kathryn Hahn, along with returning favorites like Kat Dennings and Randall Park.
Assembled: The Making of WandaVision is an all-encompassing look at Marvel Studios’ first, and arguably most unusual, streaming series.“
I don’t know about you, but I’m a huge sucker for behind-the-scenes content. It is fascinating watching the actors bring their talent to life once the cameras roll. Filming a series like this also gives the actors a chance to relax, break character and be real in front of a camera. Which I’m sure is very satisfying because, usually, getting in front of the camera means pretending to be someone else.
In the trailer, Paul Bettany stated that “The MCU is the largest episodic experiment ever”. There is no better way to show that than to give fans the most raw and real footage available. Assembled: The Making of Wandavision is streaming now on Disney +.