‘WandaVision’: Showrunner promises emotional ending

In an interview with io9, ‘WandaVision’ showrunner, Jac Schaeffer spoke about the series’ great success and provoked fans by commenting on the outcome of the season.

“It’s wonderful to see this duo leave the cinema to have their story told in other projects, and that’s what I wanted. I thought of the show as an experience that could cause a real emotional catharsis in the audience and we’re heading towards that, in the end.

The biggest sentimental surprise to fans so far has been the dramatic return of Pietro (Evans Peters) at the end of Episode 5.

Previously, Schaeffer spoke to the official Marvel website and explained that he decided to make Peters Wanda’s brother for the sake of confusing the public’s mind.

“This series is a complete mental confusion that unfolds on many levels. There are so many notions of what is real or illusion, from the characters to where the plot takes place. It allowed us to play with the audience and add Evan as Pietro. We love the idea of ​​bringing him to the MCU. “

Sadly, she didn’t give any details on whether Peters’ presence would have anything to do with the arrival of the “ X-Men ” in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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Recalling that the next chapter will be released on February 12.

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The series was created by Jac Schaeffer, screenwriter for “Black Widow”.

Wanda Maximoff and Visão, two overpowered beings, live their dream of suburbia, but begin to suspect that nothing is what it seems.

Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany stars. The cast also includes Kathryn Hahn, Shane Berengue, and Emma Caulfield Ford, as well as returning faces known as Kat Dennings (to “ Thor ” Darcy Lewis), Randall Park (“ Ant-Man ” agent Jimmy Woo and Vespa ‘) and Teyonah Parris (who will play the adult version of Monica Rambeau from’ Captain Marvel ‘).

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