Marvel’s MARVELOUS T.V. Show Trailers


Franklin Reyes, OwlFeed Journalist

Comedy and action fans are on their feet due to the release of three television show trailers by Marvel Studios. These new trailers bring a huge amount of confusion and an even bigger amount of people wanting to see more.

Marvel Studios has added something new to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and that is television shows. These would be the first Marvel shows to have the same characters and actors as the movies. 

The new T.V. shows are “Wandavision,” “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier,” and “Loki.” These new shows would explain what is happening in movie gaps and why they are happening. They also would be released this year or next year on Disney+.

Victor Cavazos, a junior here at Agua Fria, has been a fan of Marvel for years and is a Disney+ account owner. “This new aspect would change the world of Marvel,” he said. ”I would prefer these topics as T.V. shows because it gives more watch time and the directors would probably need that extra time to explain what is going on.”

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Even though all three trailers play under a minute, they have strong and secret meanings. There are hidden messages within all three of the trailers that explain what these shows would be about.

In the first trailer of “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier,” the character Falcon is seen throwing the former avenger Captain America’s shield at a tree. “He could be destroying the properties trees like out of anger at some tragic history that still haunts him,” Erik Voss from New Rockstars said. 

The trailer continues to show a villain from “Captain America: Civil War” named Helmut Zemo getting stopped by The Winter Soldier at gunpoint. These clips possibly show the tension between the two main characters due to the argument of who deserves Captain America’s shield.

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Moving onto the second trailer of “WandaVision,” the Vision and Wanda Maximoff are a married couple that seems to transition into different timelines or universes due to the confused look on their faces.

In the final trailer, it is showing “Loki” and the escaped villain is locked in handcuffs wearing a prison jumpsuit. “I’m gonna burn this place to the ground,”  he said. Eric Voss briefly adds that the logo is the multiverse police, hinting that Loki was traveling into different multiverses. Then the trailer continues to show one second of each show.

The amount of information in these three short trailers can really call into question about how many other hidden messages are in them. There are a lot of theories but the only way to know is to watch the shows on Disney+.