Here we are with the weekly appointment dedicated to the review of the new episode of WandaVision. After the first two episodes released last week things are getting serious, and the creepiness is always more the master of the screen. Let's analyse episode #3 together!
After a long hiatus due to the worldwide pandemic of Covid-19, the Marvel Cinematic Universe returns with its first live action series on Disney+. WandaVision was announced as the most experimental product that the Marvel Studios ever made: let's talk about the first two episodes and see if the promise was well kept! (SPOILERS AHEAD!)
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