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One of the most anticipated TV shows for the year was Disney+’s WandaVision which was set to come out this Winter. While we haven’t had an official announcement of the delay, it looks like star Elizabeth Olsen has just dropped a hint at when it comes out.
This was on her IG stories:
Is Elizabeth Olsen using code to tell us when #WandaVision might actually be released? pic.twitter.com/Xkqc5yzB8a
— Geek Vibes Nation (@GeekVibesNation) April 5, 2020
It’s curious because she addresses the Avengers fans specifically, and she names a bunch of vegetables ‘planted in late February’ and then ‘Tomatoes were planted on the first week of March.’
Everyone is currently wondering what Olsen meant with her post, but my analysis is that this is the first part of a full message. All the vegetables that she said were planted late February (kale, baby broccoli, garlic, etc.) were green, meaning that she could be talking about the Loki series starting production; on the other hand, Tomatoes being planted on the first week of March could be alluding to the start date of WandaVision.
Of course, all these productions have been effectively delayed, so we don’t know what Olsen aims by pointing it out in this message. Is she telling us when production plans to start again? With movie releases being moved, it would make sense that productions would do the same as well. Until we get more from Olsen, all we can really do is wait and see.
For now, WandaVision is still set for a winter release date this year. The first Marvel miniseries, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, was set for an August release.