Amos Glick, who plays Dennis the Mailman on WandaVision, stars in a music video asking fans to leave him out of the complex theories the show raised.

Weather WandaVision aired on Disney +, it delivered on an implied promise that nothing in Wanda’s sitcom universe was quite right. Yet at least one Westview resident turned out to be exactly what he seemed, and now he has a song to prove it: Dennis the Mailman, played by Amos Glick.

Glick stars in her own music video, singing about how she loves the Marvel Cinematic Universe and all of her fans, but they’re wrong if they try to fit her character into any of the theories about the show. All you do, and all you want to do, is deliver the mail.

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Dressed in his uniform and flanked by two USPS colleagues, Dennis the Mailman dances around the neighborhood spouting rhymes about WandaVision, the MCU and its unassuming part in everything. “Don’t shoot, it’s me, plain as can be, Dennis the Postman,” says the chorus of the surprisingly catchy song. “Caught in the hex, like everyone else, I have no evil motives or plans.”

The video features a sensitive mailbox, screaming at WandaVisionThe main cast and a collection of townspeople who act as backup dancers. It’s also crammed with Easter eggs from the MCU, with Dennis doing his thing without paying attention to foreground items like Thor’s hammer, Captain America’s shield, and Daredevil tied to a chair. He even notes that fans have been whispering about what he is “probably Mephisto” like, a reference to what has become a joke about viewers thinking that Marvel’s diabolical character could be hiding anywhere.

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RELATED: WandaVision VFX Reel Shows How Marvel Brought The Disney + Series To Life Despite all his insistence that it’s innocent and uncomplicated, Dennis ends with a twist that puts him on a very different level – or at least he tries. His statement that he is actually Thanos is rejected by everyone else acting in the video, despite the Infinity Gauntlet costume and model he wears, and he leaves the set humming “Dennis the Mailman” … like everyone who hears him. the song will.

Written by Jac Schaeffer and directed by Matt Shakman, WandaVision stars Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch, Paul Bettany as Vision, Randall Park as Agent Jimmy Woo, Kat Dennings as Darcy Lewis, Teyonah Parris as Monica Rambeau, and Kathryn Hahn as Agnes. The entire series airs on Disney +.

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