''It's an honour, and it's terrifying. And it is surreal, like everything else (right now). The fact that we are the first MCU property to come out since Endgame, I never could have fathomed that when we first started working on this project... but it is a wonderful way to start Marvel's work in the streaming world,'' Shakman told a Magazine. The director, whose previous credits include ''Fargo'' and ''Game of Thrones'', said the upcoming limited series is ''a giant love letter to the history of television''.
''(It) is a perfect way for the maker of the biggest blockbusters to come to television,'' the director added. ''WandaVision'', scheduled to premiere on January 15, marks the return of actor Elisabeth Olsen as Scarlett Witch aka Wanda Maximoff and Paul Bettany's super-powered android Vision. ''Captain Marvel'' and ''Black Widow'' writer Jac Schaeffer has penned the show. The film also features actors Kathryn Hahn, Debra Jo Rupp and Fred Melamed.
Kat Dennings will reprise her role of Darcy Lewis, tech-savvy assistant to scientist Jane Foster (played by Natalie Portman) from the ''Thor'' movies and Randall Park will make the come back as Jimmy Woo, the FBI agent in ''Ant-Man and the Wasp''. Actor Teyonah Parris to feature as adult Monica Rambeau, a fellow Marvel superhero who last appeared as the young daughter of Lashana Lynch's character fighter pilot Maria Rambeau in ''Captain Marvel''. ''WandaVision'' will also tie into the upcoming Marvel Studios' ''Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness'' movie, starring Benedict Cumberbatch.