Focusing on the Scarlet Witch and Vision (what else?), WandaVision will star Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany in the roles they've already made larger than life on the big screen, and reportedly will take on something of a 1950s vibe.
Details of the show are still sparse, and the sizzle reel shown at the expo featured clips of Avengers: Age of Ultron and Avengers: Endgame intercut with clips from the classic sitcom The Dick Van Dyke Show to give fans a sense for the tone.
WandaVision, the enigmatic Disney+ MCU streaming TV show, got even more freaky today at Disney's D23 Expo with the announcement of new and returning cast members.
The new arrivals join Teyonah Parris, who was introduced at Comic-Con as the grown Monica Rambeau (AKA "Lt. Trouble" in Captain Marvel).
Park will reprise his role as Ant-Man And The Wasp's Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Jimmy Woo, while Dennings returns as Darcy Lewis, usually found as Natalie Portman's science sidekick in the first two Thor movies. Dennings will reprise her role as Darcy Lewis from Thor and Thor: The Dark World, who assists Natalie Portman's Jane Foster while gradually taking on more responsibility as a character. Hahn will play a new, not yet revealed character; all we know is that Feige said she's playing the stock "nosy neighbor" sitcom character. Dennings was co-lead of CBS' Two Broke Girls, Park can now be seen on ABC's Fresh Off the Boat, and Hahn stole scenes in a recurring role on NBC's Parks and Recreation.