Speaking to TVLine
“Trust in Marvel,” Paul says. “We got ya. Everybody, stop working so hard to figure it out. Buckle in and love it, and it will take you on a ride. All of these things are going to be explained.”
Paul did note in the interview that when he was first approached about the series, he actually thought he was getting fired.
“I walked into the office, and I said, ‘Kevin, it’s been great, no hard feelings, thank you so much, I’ve loved my journey,’” he recalled, but that wasn’t the case at all.
Paul did tease more of the show, saying that Vision and Wanda are just “as confused as you are.”
“At some point, Vision begins to think, ‘Gosh, there’s just something wrong in this town,’ and he starts to investigate. And of course, the ‘real’ world and this world are on a collision course, and there is an epic denouement for the whole thing,” he says. “Be sure, we are heading somewhere massive.”
WandaVision premieres on Friday, January 15 and will debut episodes on a weekly basis.
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