WandaVision Actor Shocked After Seeing Himself In The Marvel Logo Intro


To be part of the amazing Marvel Cinematic Universe is such a big responsibility, and for WandaVision star Julian Hilliard, it was a dream come true.

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WandaVision Star Reacts To A Tweet

Billy Maximoff WandaVision


The Maximoff family is now part of the animated logo of Marvel Studios movies. Hilliard plays Billy Maximoff, one of Wanda and Vision’s twins. The young actor responded to a tweet from a fan who sent him the screenshot of the Marvel logo that appeared in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness:

I FREAKED OUT at the premiere when I saw this. It’s been a dream of mine to make it in the Marvel Studios intro!” tweeted Hilliard.


Marvel Logo WandaVision

The Marvel logo features several MCU characters from all of its films, making it the most iconic movie introduction of all time. The logo is updated from time to time, including new characters from new movies. This time, they included a scene from one of its television series.


The All-Powerful Maximoffs

WandaVision is Marvel’s first TV series created for Disney+ in which the plot is closely related to the films. The show is vastly connected to the latest Doctor Strange movie as it continues Wanda Maximoff’s tale after the horrific events in the series.

WandaVision twins


Wanda created a new reality to cope with the loss of her lover. She envisioned a domestic life with Vision and their twins, Billy and Tommy. The spell did not last long enough, and she was forced to let go of her illusion. Still, Wanda believed that her children were still out there. Hilliard and Jett Klyne reprised their roles in Multiverse of Madness. This makes the two young actors officially part of the MCU movie line.

WandaVision is available for streaming on Disney+, while Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is still playing in theaters.


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