BURBANK, CA–Fans are still going crazy over the Star Wars: VIsions trailer, but most have overlooked one crucial detail. Despite the featured anime artwork, which seems to be a clever misdirect, the series title implies a connection to the MCU and a sequel to this year’s WandaVision.
That’s right–we fully expect to see the two Visions (both Classic and White varieties) showing up in Star Wars: Visions. It’s the only logical move!
“What is Star Wars: Visions if not WandaVision persevering?” stated Paul Bettany in an interview, seeming to confirm the crossover.
Bettany also hinted that the series would see the resurrection of Dryden Vos from 2018’s Solo: A Star Wars Story, through Qi’ra unleashing latent Force powers and creating an alternate reality with a resurrected Vos. “Come to think of it, 2018 was overall just a really bad summer for me,” the English actor added.
Lucasfilm creators have denied these rumors, though. “There are absolutely no plans for Star Wars: Visions to be an MCU crossover,” insisted Dave Filoni, Lucasfilm’s head of animation, who was discussing something very furtively at a lunch meeting with Kevin Feige when our reporters caught up with him. “Besides, I can’t do a show about clones–two different copies of the same character–if they aren’t voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.”
Star Wars: Visions premieres September 22 on DisneyPlus.