Marvel’s “Vision Quest” Disney+ Release Window Revealed!

A release window has been given by an official listing for the new Disney+ series Vision Quest, in which Paul Bettany will reprise his role as Vision.

The official directory of the Writer’s Guild of America (WGA) lists the release timeframe for Paul Bettany‘s WandaVision spin-off, Vision Quest, as 2024–2025. These details are available on the individual show writers’ profiles, including the one for showrunner Jac Schaeffer.

The directory classifies Vision Quest as a drama; WandaVision is also credited for this classification. It’s interesting that the upcoming spin-off Agatha: Coven of Chaos has been given a different classification; it has been given the comedy label.

Marvel’s “Vision Quest” Disney+ Release Window Revealed!

The show’s development will most certainly be delayed, though, due to the ongoing writer’s strike. The release of Vision Quest may be delayed past the date currently listed with the WGA due to Disney’s intention to slow down its Marvel release plan.

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The Vision (Paul Bettany) apparently tries to reclaim his memory and humanity in the upcoming television series. Wanda Maximoff, played by Elizabeth Olsen, might make an appearance in the series, the article added.

Megan McDonnell and Peter Cameron were previously recruited to Vision Quest’s writer’s room.

Marvel’s “Vision Quest” Disney+ Release Window Revealed!

The Direct reports that McDonnell previously worked as a writer for WandaVision, receiving credit for Episodes 3 and 4. She also wrote episodes of Agatha: Coven of Chaos and The Marvels. In addition, Cameron contributed to the writing of Episodes 5 and 6 of WandaVision.

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In addition, he contributed to the report of Episodes 3, 4, and 6 of Moon Knight, earning him writer and producer credits. The teleplay for Michael Giacchino’s Werewolf By Night was co-written by Cameron as well.

According to a new piece of information, House of the Dragon writer Eileen Shim has reportedly joined the project. The news comes from Shim s Writers Guild of America profile which lists Vision Quest as a credit however a job title has not been attached yet.
Vision Quest is overseen by WandaVision creator, writer and executive producer Jac Schaeffer.

Marvel has not yet made any formal announcements regarding Vision Quest.

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