Marvel Studios’ Vision Quest was first confirmed to be a development in October last year, with Paul Bettany returning to portray the synthezoid, trying to regain his memory and humanity.
According to her Writers Guild of America profile, House of the Dragon writer Eileen Shim has joined the writer’s room for Vision Quest. Her job title hasn’t been specified on the profile page. She is represented by Gersh Agency, Inc.
Other writers for the series include Jac Schaeffer, Megan McDonnell, and Peter Cameron.
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Is ‘Vision Quest’ Moving Forward?
Many fans jumped to the conclusion that this meant that the series would be moving forward. However, the writing credits only imply that Shim was under a contract with Marvel Studios to scribe the spin-off.
The WGA strike commenced on May 2, after which several projects were left at a standstill or halted production, including Marvel productions such as Wonder Man and Daredevil: Born Again.
As far as we know, development for the project is currently at a standstill, unless and until the WGA strikes a deal with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers.
We at CoveredGeekly unequivocally support the WGA strike. You can learn more about the importance and objectives of the WGA strike here.
What Is ‘Vision Quest’ About?
Vision Quest will take place after the events of WandaVision. It will focus on the Vision trying to regain his humanity after the Hex-Vision restored his memories in the Wandavision finale. Plot details are still under wraps, but fan theories suggest the character could play a significant role in the upcoming Armor Wars movie, which is rumored to feature a revived Ultron. However, take this with a grain of salt.
Vision Quest does not have a release date as of yet, but it is expected to release in 2025.