We got confirmation that a new Disney+ WandaVision spin-off focusing on The Vision was officially in development late last year, and production is expected to commence in early 2024. Plot details remain a mystery, but we may now have a better idea of the story Vision Quest will focus on.
Previous rumors have indicated that "Vision-related characters" will appear in the show, and scooper @CanWeGetSomeToast is now claiming that Vision's children, Vin and Viv, will make their MCU debuts (no word on their mother, Virginia).
The synthezoid family was introduced in 2015's Vision miniseries by Tom King and Gabriel Hernandez, and while this show is unlikely to serve as a direct adaptation, it may well take at least some inspiration from the comics.
Vision Quest will focus on the titular synthezoid "trying to regain his memory and humanity." Paul Bettany will reprise his WandaVision role, and while her return is yet to be made official, Elizabeth Olsen is expected to appear as Wanda Maximoff, aka the Scarlet Witch.
The finale of WandaVision revealed that the Vision we'd been spending time with over the course of the season was actually one of Wanda's constructs, but the real, "White Vision" was rebuilt by S.W.O.R.D. and programmed to track down and kill the Scarlet Witch. He flew away to parts unknown towards the end of the episode after declaring himself to be the "true Vision."
As for Wanda, last we saw of her, she was laying waste to the Illuminati and bringing a mountain down on top of herself in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
Vision Quest will be the second show to spin-off from WandaVision after Agatha: Coven of Chaos. Both projects will be overseen by Jac Schaeffer, who served as the original Emmy-nominated series' creator, writer, and executive producer.