'WandaVision' TV Spot Introduces a Peppy Theme Song Created by 'Frozen' and 'Coco' Songwriters
Wanda and Vision are an unusual couple, aren’t they? If you’ve seen the previous WandaVision trailers, you’ve probably heard that phrase a million times, though the latest TV spot introduces another “unusual couple” whose fingerprints will be all over the Disney+ show: songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez. The Oscar-winning songwriting duo behind the earworms of Frozen, Frozen 2, and Coco are confirmed to be writing the original theme songs for WandaVision, one of which you can listen to in the WandaVision TV spot below.
WandaVision TV Spot: Listen to The Theme Song
A new TV spot released by Disney+ teases one of several original WandaVision theme songs by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez. The duo penned “unique songs” for several of the nine episodes in the experimental superhero miniseries, which borrows its visuals from classic sitcoms from the 1950s through today. They’ll be joined by composer Christophe Beck in shaping the unique aural stylings for the series.
You can hear a verse from one of the WandaVision theme songs at the very end of the TV spot: it’s a peppy theme song featuring a chorus of voices singing “WandaVisioooon” that will likely accompany the earliest eras of the series, the 1950s or 1960s, owing to its Big Band music stylings and the eerie similarities it shares to the theme from Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color.
Created by Jac Schaeffer and directed by Matt Shakman, WandaVision stars Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff, Paul Bettany as Vision, Kathryn Hahn as Agnes, and Teyonah Parris as Monica Rambeau, who was introduced to audiences in Captain Marvel. Kat Dennings will reprise her role as Darcy from Thor, and Randall Park will reprise his role as Jimmy Woo from Ant-Man and The Wasp.
Marvel Studios’ “WandaVision” is a blend of classic television and the Marvel Cinematic Universe in which Wanda Maximoff and Vision—two super-powered beings living idealized suburban lives—begin to suspect that everything is not as it seems.
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