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Paul Bettany To Return As ‘Vision’ In Series For Disney+ From Terry Matalas According To Reports

by Dave Elliott

It appears Paul Bettany could be about to step back into the MCU as ‘Vision’ according to reports that say Disney+ is set to bring us a new MCU series from ‘Star Trek: Picard’ Season 3 showrunner, Terry Matalas.

If you’ve been following the MCU, you’ll be aware that Vision was killed off in ‘Avengers: Infinity War’. However, Bettany returned to the role as part of the excellent ‘WandaVision’ series, where he was eventually resurrected as “White Vision”, a slightly different version of the character who had no memories of his previous life. The new TV show will be set after those events.

According to Variety, who broke the news, Terry Matalas will be stepping into the showrunner shoes after impressing the MCU bosses with his WGA-nominated work on the 3rd season of ‘Star Trek: Picard’. Matalas previously created the TV adaptation of ’12 Monkeys’, and worked on shows such as ‘MacGyver’, ‘Nikita’, ‘Nightflyers’, and ‘Star Trek: Enterprise’.

There was a previous version of a series featuring Vision from ‘WandaVision’ creator Jac Schaeffer, however, she pivoted over to the upcoming ‘Agatha All Along‘ series, which sees Kathryn Hahn return in her scene-stealing role of the centuries-old witch, Agatha Harkness. It is also the first newly announced Marvel TV show in nearly two years, as Disney has opted to slow down the Marvel output to a more manageable level.

We should stress, this hasn’t been officially announced yet by Disney, but Variety are usually pretty solid when it comes to these sort of stories. We will, of course, let you know when it is officially revealed, or if there are more developments.

As this isn’t an official announcement from Disney, the untitled ‘Vision’ series is classed as “In Development”. We’ll let you know if/when we hear more.

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