Yeah, we're getting this.
(I really don't like this logo, by the way)
We barely know anything about this movie. It will be launched on Disney+ in 2021, and it will obviously revive Vision in some way.
We will also have a grown up Monica Rambeau. I don't like this. Why are we getting our second Captain Marvel only two years after the introduction of the second one? Obviously, Monica will more than likely go by the name of Photon, like later in the comics, but I still don't get it why we have a new Captain Marvel like character in a show about Wanda and Vision
Also, we will have Darcey from the Thor trilogy and Jimmy Woo from the Ant-Man trilogy out of all the people. Meh, I am on board with it, it kinda tangles all the franchises of the MCU, making it look more unified.
Overall, there are only three reasons that make me look forward for this show: Vision's revival, interactions between him and Wanda (they were cute) and the fact that it is a prequel for Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness. And that's it. I am pretty meh for this show.
I am also a bit annoyed by my first reason, even tho I am looking forward to it. his is the MCU's first big revival. Real revival, screw Loki's returns. Phase 4 will obviously be a phase full of firsts. Not only that we will have our first dupe heroes, we will also get a lot of comicbook-like revivals and returns. Vision's death in Infinity War was perfect. It was kisses fingers in Italian matter
bellissimo. Yes, there would have been a lot of wasted comicbook material, but Iron Man currently is in the same situation (who wanted to see Iron Man fight one of his goofy, Batman like villains raise hand) and I haven't meat one person to be angry on the way they pulled him out of Endgame.
So overall, I am curious how they play the revival card, but that's just about it. This will most than likely be a crowded show that will try to byte more than it can chew.