WandaVision's Jac Schaeffer Lands Overall Deal At Marvel Studios, 20th Century

Schaeffer will develop new projects for Disney+ and other platforms.

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Jac Schaeffer, the head writer on WandaVision, is staying in business with Marvel. Variety reported that Schaeffer has signed a three-year "overall" TV deal with Marvel Studios and 20th Television.

As part of the deal, the financial terms of which were not disclosed, Schaeffer will work on projects for Marvel and 20th Television. The Marvel projects will come to Disney Plus and anything she develops for 20th will release on "all platforms."

Schaeffer is credited as the creator of WandaVision, which turned out to be a big success for Marvel and Disney+. Before that, she wrote, directed, and produced the movie TiMER, while she also wrote Olaf's Frozen Adventure and The Hustle. Schaeffer contributed to the story for Marvel's next big movie, Black Widow.

None of Schaeffer's new projects for Marvel and 20th were revealed as part of the announcement, but more details should come in due time.

The next big Marvel TV show for Disney+ is Loki starring Tom Hiddleston in the title role. The show debuts June 9 on the streaming platform, and he might be a Fortnite skin soon, too.

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