Marvel’s Production Resumes: ‘Vision Quest’ and ‘Wonder Man’ Series Return, ‘Thunderbolts’ Release Set, and ‘Blade’ Reboot Filming Starts
Amidst rumors of cancellations during the strikes, Marvel’s ‘Vision Quest’ and ‘Wonder Man‘ shows are set to resume production, now that the strikes are over. Furthermore, Marvel has scheduled the release of ‘Thunderbolts‘ for July 25, 2025, and the filming for the ‘Blade‘ reboot, planned for November 7, 2025, is set to begin in January 2024.
In MCU, Paul Bettany played the role of Vision, a vibranium-based male android robot created by Ultron to serve as his body. Vision last appeared in the Disney+ series WandaVision alongside Elizabeth Olsen‘s Wanda.
In the ‘Vision Quest’ arc in Marvel Comics (West Coast Avengers #42-45), government agents, perceiving Vision as a threat, dismantle and depersonalize him, resulting in the creation of the emotionless White Vision. This event leads to the end of Vision’s relationship with Wanda, the revelation that their children were illusions, and Vision’s exit from the West Coast Avengers to return to New York. While changes in the storyline were initially driven by a new writer’s preference, these events have become crucial to the synthezoid Avenger’s story, notably influencing the ‘WandaVision’ series.
Kevin Feige, Louis D’Esposito, Brad Winderbaum, Schaeffer, Megan McDonnell, and Peter Cameron serve as executive producers for the series.
When will ‘Vision Quest’ Premiere on Disney+?
‘Vision Quest’ is set to premiere on Disney+ in 2025, with Marvel yet to confirm the specific release date.
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