Marvel Studios’ Streaming Series ‘Vision Quest’ Gets a Promising Production Update

Discover the latest updates on the upcoming MCU series Vision Quest, which will follow the journey of White Vision as he seeks to regain his memories and humanity.

Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson and Elizabeth Olsen have had plenty of rightful praise heaped upon them for their performances as their respective MCU characters. Those actors have indelibly put their marks on those roles and their characters were cornerstones of Marvel Studios’ success. One could, however, make the argument that Paul Bettany, whose Vision first appeared in 2015’s Avengers: Age of Ultron, could be added to that list.

Bettany brought life to the Synthezoid and by the time Avengers: Infinity War rolled out in 2018, Vision was at the center of everything, including one of the MCU’s most heartbreaking moments to date. Despite being destroyed, Vision made his way back to the Multiverse Saga in WandaVision where Bettany shined as both the Hex Vision and White Vision. As the series wrapped, White Vision declared himself THE Vision and flew off into the sunset leaving the door open for further adventures.

It wasn’t long before rumors swirled that these adventures would take place in a streaming series titled Vision Quest. While many feared that the project would be tossed on the scrap heap following Bob Iger’s return to Disney, that’s not the case. Not only has the project not been scrapped, it’s quickly working its way down the production pipeline.

According to insider Daniel RPK, production on Vision Quest is expected to begin this October in the UK.

Jac Schaeffer, who served as the showrunner on WandaVision–and its 2024 sequel series, Agatha, was reported to be overseeing the project in 2022 and in 2023, Schaeffer brought Eileen Shim into the writer’s room. Outside of that, little is truly known about the series other than it will follow the White Vision as he seeks to regain his memories and humanity.

There are, however, plenty of rumors about the series and most of them make quite a bit of sense. Said to be based on Tom King‘s 12-issue Marvel Comics limited series Vision, Vision Quest will reportedly introduce Vision’s children, Viv and Vin. And, unsurprisingly, the series may also see the return of Elizabeth Olsen‘s Wanda Maximoff, though in what capacity is anyone’s guess given the character’s unresolved fate in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

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