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The new trailer of WandaVision released by Disney+ and Marvel Studios teases time jumps, children, and alternate dimensions with Elizabeth Olsen's Wanda Maximoff and Paul Bettany's Vision attempting to live normal lives.

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A Normal Family

The beginning of the new trailer features a black and white screen of Wanda and Vision attempting to live normal lives, but how normal can life be as two of the most powerful beings on the planet?

The trailer, titled "Marriage," showcases Wanda telling Vision,

"I want us to fit in."

Color is brought onto the screen as time progresses from the apparent 1950's look to 1970's suburbia to 1980's workout hysteria. The two now have two children, but interestingly the adults of the series do not seem to age.

Elements of the real world appear to glitch leading Vision to realize that something's wrong, while Wanda tries her very best to use her powers and keep it all in tact.

... Maybe Not so Normal

Disney+ released the second official trailer on December 10 and fans may have more answers revealed through this clip than the ladder.

The trailer, as all of them do, begins in black and white and showcases the unusual couple using their powers around the home for everyday chores.

As time progresses, the physical world seems to glitch and the audience can hear an incoming message for Wanda asking,

"Wanda, can you read me? Who's doing this to you?"

This message voices over images of a mysterious man in a hazmat suit and shots of a confused Wanda.

The ending of the trailer features shots of the modern world, past world, and Vision's Mind Stone that he was killed for in Avengers: Infinity War (2018).

Highly Anticipated Premiere

Both trailers include actress Kathryn Hahn, credited as Nosy Neighbor, asking Wanda,

"Are you here to help us?"

A series of other cast members appear in all trailers, with not too clear of character descriptions.

The new series is set to be the first MCU release of 2021 and since the shutdown of production due to Covid-19. 2020 marked Marvel's first year in decades without a film release, however the studios are making it up in 2021 with the release of Black Widow, the untitled Spider-Man: Far From Home sequel, and seven other announced films.

With back-to-back releases of WandaVision trailers by Disney+ and Marvel Studios, fans are dying to have the questions answered and will soon be satisfied with the premiere on January 15.

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