The Vision, the android superhero and MCU Avenger played by Paul Bettany, will be the focus of a new show that is reportedly being created for Disney Plus. The new show will pick up where The Vision left off in the WandaVision series. If you have seen WandaVision or the Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness movie from earlier this year, you know what that means; however, if you have not, beware of spoilers for both movies below.

It is unknown when the new series, Vision Quest, will be released among Marvel’s lineup of shows and films because it is still in the early stages of development. However, Deadline reported on October 28 that it will open its writers room next week. The new show will centre on the android version created after the original Vision was destroyed at the conclusion of Avengers: Infinity War. The last time we saw him, the white-colored and personality-less Vision had set out on a journey of self-discovery. It is speculated that in Vision Quest, he will be making an effort to reclaim his memories and sense of humanity. 

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Jac Schaeffer will direct Vision Quest

According to reports, Jac Schaeffer, the executive producer, writer, and creator of WandaVision, will direct Vision Quest. He is already in charge of the second Agatha: House of Harkness spinoff, which focuses on the titular Kathryn Hahn character who caused Wanda so much trouble in WandaVision. There are even rumours that Elizabeth Olsen’s character Wanda from Vision Quest will make an appearance. This would make sense given her profound and tragic relationship with Vision, which persisted even after the original android’s passing when she resurrected him as a ghost in her enchanted world during WandaVision.

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Nevertheless, it is unclear how she would appear in Vision’s quest after her heel-turn to villain in Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness, which ended with her possibly dying after she collapsed an ancient temple on herself. According to Wikipedia, a vision quest is a rite of passage for male youths entering adulthood in some Native American tribes, which fits the empty Vision’s quest for self-realization. The dozens of us who have seen Vision Quest, a 1985 drama about a high school wrestler coming of age and starring Linda Fiorentino and Matthew Modine, can make our own map-and-string inferences until the series is released.