We may not have lost our Vision.
The series, tentatively titled Vision Quest, would be about Vision "trying to regain his memory and humanity," says the outlet, and some are referring to it as the "the White Vision project."
If you'll recall, episode eight of WandaVision featured the first appearance of White Vision, a S.W.O.R.D. (Sentient Weapon Observation and Response Division) creation who was sent to destroy Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) and regular Vision.
And yes, before you ask, Deadline reports that there have already been discussions about Olsen reprising her role as Wanda on Vision Quest.
Given her transformation into the Scarlet Witch, we're not sure if we should be excited or terrified about Wanda's return. Maybe both!
In any event, Bettany teased last year that Vision's story might not be over.
"We really found a lane for ourselves, and this was different in tone from those movies," he told Deadline in August 2021. "But you never know with Marvel, whether you're done, or not. So I don't want to call it the end yet. This was one of the most creative experiences of my life, joyful and free, making this show. To see it embraced by an audience the way it was, was so wonderful."
Vision Quest isn't the only WandaVision spin-off in the pipeline, as Agatha: Coven of Chaos—originally titled Agatha: House of Harkness—which features Kathryn Hahn reprising her role as Agatha Harkness from WandaVision, will hit Disney+ in winter 2023.
In classic Marvel fashion, details about Coven of Chaos remain scarce, but we do know that Emma Caulfield, who played Westview resident Dottie Jones on WandaVision, will also be reprising her role on the Agatha spin-off.
When reached by E! News for this story, Marvel and Disney declined comment.
To gear up for Vision Quest—fingers crossed!—the first season of WandaVision is available to stream on Disney+.