If WandaVision season 2 comes, Paul Bettany says he’d be interested. In the Disney+ Marvel Cinematic Universe series, which started on January 15 of this year, Bettany resumed his role as Vision. Bettany was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie for his role in the series, which received widespread praise from critics and audiences.
Paul is interested with Season 2
WandaVision is the first Marvel Phase IV project to be launched, and it follows Elizabeth Olsen’s Wanda Maximoff as she deals with her grief in the wake of Avengers: Endgame, when the undoing of Thanos’ snap brought her back to life but not her beloved Vision.
The series begins as a mystery in which Wanda and Vision have an ideal suburban life that appears to mirror the growth of American sitcoms, only to uncover that Wanda is the one who creates this illusion, enslaving an entire community in the process. WandaVision was praised for portraying trauma throughout Wanda’s development, ending in her acceptance of her powers and full realisation as a Scarlet Witch.
WandaVision has no plans for a second season, but Bettany just told ET on the Emmys red carpet that he would gladly be a part of one. When asked directly if the show would return, he joked that he’s up for an Emmy in the limited series category, making a return seem doubtful. Bettany, on the other hand, claims that “I’m already a member. I’m in if it’s there.”
Wanda and Vision’s love
It’s likely that Marvel fans are split on whether or not there will be a second season of WandaVision, and it’s not because they don’t want to see more of Bettany’s performance. Whatever else it set out to do, the series succeeded in providing an appropriate funeral for Wanda and Vision’s love, and many viewers may believe that a season 2 would just cheapen their farewell.
Others could want a WandaVision season with a reimagined Scarlet Witch teaming up with White Vision, whose whereabouts were unknown as of the season 1 end.