Paul Bettany recently admitted that working in front of an audience on the set of WandaVision was a terrifying experience.
Paul Bettany, who first joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe as the voice of the character JARVIS in 2008’s Iron Man, first appeared on screen in 2015’s Avengers: Age of Ultron. This object has a complete form and is named Vision.
Despite being killed by Thanos in the final battle in Avengers: Infinity War due to the Mind Stone being attached to his forehead, Bettany returned to the role of Vision once again in WandaVision, the first MCU TV series, earlier in the year. now on. The mystery surrounding this character’s revival forms an important story line throughout the film’s unique script. Several episodes of WandaVision were filmed live in front of a large audience. This made Paul Bettany extremely worried:
“I was like… What are you talking about? We cannot do that. And I haven’t been in front of a live studio audience in 25 years, and I didn’t want to, and I was so scared, God, it really was – I was terrified!”
With Kevin Feige and the folks at Marvel Studios increasingly working towards incorporating streaming into the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it’s commendable that they’ve been so willing and supportive of the creative team. themselves to try to do something unique the way they did for WandaVision. Besides, “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” was originally intended to be released as a Disney+ series connecting the MCU. They were very upset but after seeing the success of WandaVision, the team went on to take a big gamble with “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier”. In the end, Marvel paid off. With an impressive 92% new rating on Rotten Tomatoes, ahead of The Falcon and 87% of Winter Soldier, this film has been a huge critical success.
Currently, the MCU is preparing to release Loki in June, and also continues to plan to stay on track on the path to conquering the small screen in the same way they have dominated the big screen box office. In the future, MCU fans are sure to have many interesting projects worth waiting for. Wait for it!
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According to ScreenRant