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‘WandaVision’ won four awards at the MTV Movie & TV Awards on Sunday (05.16.21).

The Disney + series, starring Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany, won all but one of the awards for which it was nominated in the TV categories. She won Best Show, Best Performance on a Show (Olsen as Wanda Maximoff), Best Villain, and Best Fight.

Kathryn Hahn was named the best villain for her role as “nosy neighbor” Agatha in the Marvel spinoff and her showdown with the title character.

The late Chadwick Boseman was posthumously awarded Best Performance in a Film for his role as Levee Green in Netflix hit ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’.

Yara Shahidi accepted the award on behalf of the “Black Panther” star.

On stage at the Palladium in Los Angeles, she said: “It is a great honor to accept this award on behalf of Chadwick Boseman.

“I know I am speaking for myself, his legion of fans and the communities he has represented so beautifully when I say that we are honored to celebrate his art today and every day.”

A number of special awards were given, including the Generation Award, which Scarlett Johansson received in honor of her nearly three decades-long Hollywood career.

In her acceptance speech, she said: “I realize what an absolute gift it is to have the opportunity to do what I love.”

And Sacha Baron Cohen was awarded the Comedic Genius by Seth Rogen, who described him as “fearless”.

Elsewhere, Anthony Mackie won two awards for best hero (Sam Wilson / Falcon) and best duo with Sebastian Stan (Bucky Barnes / winter soldier) in Disney + ‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’.

“To All the Boys: Always and Forever” was voted best film. Rege-Jean Page won the breakthrough for his role as “The Duke” in “Bridgerton”.

The evening’s host, Leslie Jones, was also awarded the Best Comedic Performance trophy for her portrayal of Mary Junson in Coming 2 America.

The MTV Movie & TV Awards will continue tonight (05/17/21) with the first Movie & TV Awards: Unscripted, which will be billed as a celebration for anything to do with reality TV.

“To all boys: always and forever”

Best performance in a movie

Chadwick Boseman, “Ma Rainey’s Black Butt”

Best performance in a show

Elizabeth Olsen, “WandaVision”

Anthony Mackie, “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”

Chase Stokes & Madelyn Cline, “Outer Banks”

Leslie Jones, “Coming 2 America”

Kathryn Hahn, ‘WandaVision’

RegĂ©-Jean Page, “Bridgerton”

Elizabeth Olsen v Kathryn Hahn, ‘WandaVision’

The most fearful performance

Victoria Pedretti, “The Haunted Bly Manor”

Anthony Mackie & Sebastian Stan, “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”

WandaVision Star Thanks Monica’s Model Squad For Serving to Carry Her to Life

Teyonah Parris thanked her style team on Instagram for putting her different looks together as Monica Rambeau from WandaVision.

Teyonah Parris took to Instagram to thank her style team for transforming them into Monica Rambeau WandaVision. Parris made her MCU debut in the studio’s first original series in front of an even bigger arc. Parris will star as Ms. Marvel, alongside Brie Larson and Iman Vellani Captain Marvel 2. All indications also suggest that she may be featured in the upcoming Secret Invasion series, which will also air on Disney +. Most of all, the fans knew Monica as Geraldine.

Parris was introduced as one of Wanda’s new friends in Westview, New Jersey. Even though the twist was spoiled and fans knew who was playing Parris the whole time, their journey in WandaVision was still exciting. Monica seemed to hold her own as she faced both SWORD director Tyler Hayward and their development of forces travel from her several times through the border of the hex. Monica’s powers weren’t the only thing fans had in mind, however.

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Parris Wore different costumes throughout the series, including her timely looks for the ’60s and’ 70s episodes, and the actress took to Instagram to highlight her stylist. Parris posted various behind-the-scenes photos of her getting ready, including pictures of her in her iconic fish pants from the Brady Bunch episode. She also showed pictures of her various SWORD outfits, including the astronaut-like outfit she wore through the hex when she gained her powers. Check out the full post below:

There’s no denying that Parris has served up some really iconic looks throughout the series. With its contemporary costumes up into the modern era, Parris and the rest of the cast looked gorgeous. This aspect is especially important for a show like WandaVision that it’s on Characters travel through the decades. Each episode had to look absolutely unique while mimicking the iconic styles for an entire ten-year period.

Fortunately, WandaVision’s stylists did it, and it’s nice to see Parris thank them on their Instagram. They are just as important to a production as writers and directors in bringing the bigger picture together, but they can also be forgotten to praise other aspects of the production. WandaVision however, it is different. The character’s style changed not only in pretty much every episode, but also Westview themselves, from the houses to the cars on the street and the interiors. The stylists, set designers and production designers achieved something amazing with Marvel’s first original series and deserve as much praise as everyone else involved.

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WandaVision brings again Pietro Maximoff performed by Evan Peters

Elizabeth Olsen plays Wanda Maximoff in “WandaVision” on Disney +.

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Kevin Feige warned us that the Marvel series continues Disney + would have an impact on the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe. And he kept that promise.

The fifth episode of “WandaVision” hit the streaming service on Friday, bringing with it a big cameo that made viewers think a lot before episode six comes out next week. The reveal not only impacts the sitcom-based TV show, but the entire Marvel Universe … or should I say Multiverse.

Now would be a good time to look the other way if you haven’t seen the latest episode of “WandaVision”.

** Spoiler ahead **

The fifth episode, entitled “On a Very Special Episode …”, our ragged team of FBI agent Jimmy Woo, Dr. Darcy Lewis and Captain Monica Rambeau, take a step closer to understanding the Westview anomaly.

Meanwhile, Vision, which is still part of the simulation but is now set in the 80s, is getting more and more suspicious of the world around him. The neighbors have started acting strangely, his twin sons are aging at their own will, and his wife Wanda trying to resolve his concerns only makes them grow.

Just as the newly minted husband and the newly minted wife are prepared for an overpowering argument, the doorbell rings. Wanda, confused by this phrase, answers. Pietro Maximoff is at the front, just not this Pietro Maximoff.

Elizabeth Olsen plays Wanda Maximoff in “WandaVision” on Disney + with special guest Evan Peters as Pietro Maximoff.

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It’s Peter Evans, not Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who appears on the other side of the door. The actor portrayed the mutant Mercury in several X-Men films that were owned by 20th Century Fox until 2019.

It is implied that Wanda did not plan on including her brother in her sitcom simulation. After all, just a few scenes earlier, Wanda refuses to bring her sons’ deceased puppy back from the dead.

“You can fix anything, mom, fix dead,” notes a son. After the demise, even the nosy neighbor asked Agnes, who is believed to be pulling at least some of the strings in Wanda’s simulation, if she could actually do that.

“I’m trying to tell you that there are rules in life,” Wanda explains to her two boys. “We can’t just accelerate aging because it’s convenient and we can’t undo death no matter how sad it makes us. Some things are forever.”

This statement raises two questions: is Vision dead or did Wanda (or someone else) bring him back? And did Wanda accidentally bring back another Pietro or did someone else?

Both of these will likely be answered in a few weeks before the credits roll in for the final episode.

Audiences got a glimpse of what had happened prior to the Westview anomaly at the beginning of the episode when Wanda appeared on surveillance cameras and stole Vision’s body from a secret laboratory. And there are likely still many Easter eggs to be discovered that provide further clues.

Welcome to the multiverse

What about this new Pietro?

Before Disney acquired Fox’s $ 71 billion in entertainment brands, the two studios signed an agreement. Disney could use Pietro and Wanda Maximoff, but not point out that they were mutants or children of Magneto. That’s why Wanda and Pietro in “Avengers: Age of Ultron” derived their powers from an infinite stone and not genetically.

Interested viewers might have noticed in the Friday episode that Tyler Hayward, the director of SWORD, asked if Wanda had a nickname like some of the other Avengers that she didn’t. Wanda wasn’t named Scarlet Witch in any of the MCU films.

As for Fox, the studio was allowed to use Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch in their films as long as there was no evidence of the Avengers. In fact, Peters’ mercury goes from Peter and not Pietro.

Elizabeth Olsen plays Wanda Maximoff in “WandaVision” on Disney + alongside Paul Bettany as Vision.

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Rumors have been circulating in the past few months as Marvel executives hired some familiar faces to return in future MCU films.

Disney has already confirmed that Jamie Foxx will return as Electro from “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” with Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man. And Alfred Molina, who portrayed Doctor Octopus as the famous web slinger during Tobey McGuire’s play, is also confirmed to appear in the film.

Dr. Strange by Benedict Cumberbatch will also appear.

There has been speculation that other characters from the MCU or even from previous iterations of Spider-Man will join the cast, but Disney has not confirmed those rumors.

The return of Pietro in the form of Peters signals that Marvel is already well on its way to explore the multiverse. This was teased during San Diego Comic-Con in 2019 when Marvel announced that the sequel to Doctor Strange would be titled “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.”

For the stranger, the Marvel Multiverse is just a fancy way of saying a collection of alternate universes. They are similar to each other, but with slight differences. It’s a very popular concept in comics as it allows writers to reinvent characters and storylines for new generations.

With Wanda already confirmed as part of the Doctor Strange sequel and Doctor Strange as part of “Spider-Man 3”, it’s no surprise that Marvel is throwing breadcrumbs over it early on. After all, the seeds of the infinity stones appear in “Thor” and “Captain America: The First Avenger” long before they are called such.

Marvel used the gems of mind, power, reality, soul, space and time over the course of a decade to weave new characters and situations that ultimately led to “Avengers: Infinity War” and the highest-grossing movie of all time. ” Avengers: Endgame. ”

The introduction of the multiverse in “WandaVision” works on several levels for Disney. Not only are they paving a path for future MCU movies and shows, the company is also making its streaming content a must-see television program. Fans need to watch these shows if they don’t want to miss any storylines or character introductions that are incorporated into feature films.

“WandaVision” was possibly the first Marvel project since “Spider-Man: Far From Home” in July 2019, but it won’t be the last in 2021. Disney + quickly follows “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” in March, “Loki” in May and the animated series “What if …?” in summer.

Marvel will debut “Black Widow” in theaters on May 7th, “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” on July 9th, “Eternals” on November 5th and its co-producer “Spider-Man 3” on December 17th.