Though Paul Bettany\u2019s Vision is officially dead in the main MCU timeline, he\u2019s set for a return in the Disney+ miniseries WandaVision. The show looks to be delving into the reality-altering powers of Wanda Maximoff, and Bettany himself has commented that the series is one of the \u2018oddest\u2019 in the MCU.\r\n\r\nTalking to IGN, Bettany explains:\r\n\r\n"It's definitely the oddest of all the Marvel endeavors so far. It's super avant-garde and weird. I don't think either of us could have expected to be going in this -- if we were going to continue in this -- [and for] it to continue in this direction. I'm so excited, the scripts are amazing. It's going to be just great to drill down further into these things."\r\n\r\nBased on the concept art (and rumors), the series is going to be in a sitcom format and look a lot like I Love Lucy. While I imagine we\u2019re going to see a part of that in the show, it\u2019s also likely that we\u2019ll get parts that are more traditional MCU\u2014explaining the things outside of Wanda\u2019s fantasy.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/andyparkart\/status\/1165750101643366400\r\n\r\nThis series will actually be the jumping point to Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, and I\u2019m excited to see Wanda go back to her mind powers aside from lifting heavy objects. Some are even speculating that Wanda will pull a reverse House of M and end up being the mother of all mutants. That\u2019s just a guess, but I wouldn\u2019t be mad if that\u2019s what happens. Hopefully the writers at Marvel Studios have something solid and unpredictable in mind.\r\n\r\nWandaVision is set to come out in the spring of 2021 on Disney+.