Marvel's first television experience was a huge success for Marvel Studios and DisneyPlus. The success of "Vandavision" and other Marvel movie series that followed "Vandavision" provided many opportunities for this platform, and Marvel TV took its course in parallel with Marvel's cinematic works.
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Marvel's first film series was a creative and bold move by the film studio that was often criticized for its multiplicity of films. "Vandavision" is conceptually unusual and has good actors. Other Marvel movie series can learn a lot from Vandavision. Many efforts and efforts were made to bring this amazing television work to life, and it had many details and references that were discovered by the fans of the series.
8. Different periods, different effects
One of the most notable things about the first two episodes of Vandavision is its comedy format. The World of Wanda, West View, whose childhood love for American comedy is the same, has the atmosphere of classic American comedy of the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. As stated on the Marvel Studios special program at DisneyPlus, Matt Shekman, director of the series and the production team of "Vandavision", paid tribute to a series of different comedies in the production process of the series.
The series has references to series Like "Dick Wendick" and "The Enchanter" in the '50s and' 60s, the story setting, like the '70s and' 80s, is influenced by the "Brady Group" and "Full House" series, respectively. As the series moves into a more modern realm in recent decades, we see the fourth wall being broken, like Malcolm's World and The Modern Family. It is clear that the production team has made a romantic imitation of those classic formats and in no way intends to criticize them or ridicule their antiquity and lack of charm in the present.
7 . The director of the series, Matt Shekman, has starred in many of the TV series mentioned in "Vandavision"
Matt Shekman has directed all eight episodes of Vandavision, and his experience as an actor in many comedy series has helped him perform well in a series that meets the standards of Marvel action movies.As a child, Shekman starred in classic American comedies such as "Early Issues" and "Different Strokes," which are series that are visually reminiscent of the "Vandavision" environment of the 1980s. Using this experience, as well as his directing experience in series such as Game of Thrones, Shekman was prepared for the challenges of directing Vandavision.
6. Assistance from Dick Wendek
During the pre-production process of the series, director, Matt Shakman and producer Kevin Vigy of veteran comedy star Dick Wendek to help create the tone of the episodes "Vandavision" first got help.
Shakman said in an interview that he and Kevin Faigy invited Vandik to lunch and explained the series' introduction and what they were trying to get. . At that meeting, Dyke explained some of the tricks and techniques he used in early comedy. Dyke's influence is evident in the early episodes of the series and the 1950s and 1960s, and the same sentiment is conveyed in later episodes.
5. Original music starring Oscar-winning composers
The core of any comedy identity is its original song. Classical US comedy music, such as Friends and Chairs, is familiar to most television viewers. The creators of "Vandavision" enlisted the help of Oscar-winning composers Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson Lopez to imitate the iconic television songs of each decade. "Frozen" and "Remember Me" are from the movie "Coco". In addition to two Academy Awards, Robert Lopez has won a Tony Award for his performance in "The Book of Mormon" (produced by South Park creators Terry Parker and Matt Stone). Their music in "Vandavision" is incredible, and each of their songs depicts the original identity of each period with a romantic tribute to that period.
4. Emmy Award for Outstanding Music and Poetry
Kristen Anderson Lopez and Robert Lopez, in addition to the fascinating songs "Vandavision", are also the creators of the song introducing Agatha, who It is the most memorable song among all the works in this series.
This fascinating song, which was released in the seventh episode, immediately attracted the attention of the audience and critics. This piece was used in the memes and humorous videos of the fans of the series, but its attractive melody had changed a bit. The song won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Music and Lyrics.
3. Jimmy Woo's magic trick
one of the main sub-characters "Vandavision" stars Jimmy Woo as Randall Park, who plays the same role in "Ant and the Bee Man." Wu's introduction scene, in a moment that shows the interconnectedness and attention to detail in the Marvel movie world, refers to his first sequence in the Marvel movie world.
Lang's magic trick was astonishing and he insisted on learning how to do it. In the rest of the film, we see Wu in his office watching a video of how to do this trick. All of this has to do with the introduction of Wu in "Vandavision" and where he does the card trick in his initial encounter with Monica Rambo.
2. Dr. Strange was originally scheduled to appear in the final episode
Marvel Wizard are finally scheduled to meet in "Dr. Strange in a World of Madness," but if Vandavision's original plan had been realized, it would have happened sooner.
In Rolling Stone's article, "Oral History of Vandavision", the creators of the series and Kevin Faigy talked about the presence of Dr. Strange, played by Benedict Cumberbatch at the end of the series. Another issue they raised in the interview was the ads that aired on each episode of Vandavision. "We had a copy of a commercial in which Dr. Strange was trying to contact Wanda, and he was actually behind the commercials, but we got over the idea," Faigy said. Dr. Strange was the main character in Marvel's cinematic World who could have fit perfectly into "Vandavision" but none of these ideas came to fruition and it was decided to keep the series focused on Wanda.
1 . Serial changes after Corona
"Vandvision" which Released in the midst of the Corona epidemic, it underwent behind-the-scenes changes to accommodate the reality and nature of the epidemic impact on the production process. One of the most noticeable changes in the story takes place at the end of the series.
The townspeople regain their mental abilities and gather around Wanda, and the terrible effect of mind control on them is quite obvious. In the original version of the scene, the people of the city were supposed to surround Wanda like zombies and a battle was to take place between them. This change was due to the requirements of social distancing during the production of the collection.