WandaVision debuted today as Disney + ‘s big bet to usher in the Marvel Cinematic Universe on small screens. The series promises a mind-boggling journey through the bizarre and the unexpected, as we try to figure out what’s going on with Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen), Vision (Paul Bettany), and the MCU itself. Simply put, WandaVision has the potential to be Marvel Studios’ best production yet.
Therefore, CinePOP has listed some points that we would like to see in future episodes. Check out!
Wanda loses control
In the comics, Wanda is losing control of her powers is nothing new. This has happened a few times, such as in Avengers: The Fall and the M Dynasty. The point is that the psychological issues and the pressure the young woman has been subjected to throughout her life have resulted in heavy trauma, which usually cause serious problems when they burst into the witch’s head. Scarlet. These epidemics always end with the death of some beloved characters, such as Gavião Arqueiro and 99% of the comic book mutant life. This is because Wanda’s powers disrupt chaos and reality, allowing her to manipulate both with her “magic”. In other words, although it has not been confirmed, it is very likely that this series will occur during one of the character’s outbreaks. The consequences can be very serious and very interesting, as you don’t know what to expect from a restrained disturbed mind.
Everyone knows that one of the reasons Disney bought FOX was to regain the rights to the mutant X-Men universe. In the comics, Wanda was responsible for the extermination of most of the mutants. So, since the series is going to spoil the multiverse, this may be an opportunity to start gradually introducing the X-Men into the MCU. Whether it’s with Wanda creating the mutants, bringing in mutants from other dimensions, or simply opening doors for them to appear. Either way, it would be amazing to see these universes come together for a character who was originally a mutant, but whose origin has been altered by past copyright issues.
Offering one of the strangest moments in Marvel history, Mercury has been experienced by two different actors (Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Evan Peters) simultaneously in two different universes, in the MCU and in the Mutant FOX universe. . Marvel’s (Johnson) is dead, while FOX’s (Peters) is still alive and with great affection from fans as he took a more relaxed approach. Moving with the Multiverse, nothing prevents Wanda from bringing her brother back from the dead or coming from another universe. The point is that Evan Peters is confirmed in the cast of the series, and while some vehicles say he will live the demon Mephisto, others claim he will become Mercury again, in a mold similar to what the villains of Spider-Man is set to work in Movie 3, which will be released in December 2021. It is also well known that Aaron Taylor-Johnson signed a contract for several MCU appearances, in 2014, so nothing is preventing him from reappearing.
Marvel Studios CEO Kevin Feige has confirmed that WandaVision will have a direct link to Doctor Strange 2, a film that will address the multiverse and be critical to the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. So, why not have Doctor Strange himself (Benedict Cumberbatch) make a point in the series to tighten ties soon?
Confirmed in the series as the mysterious Agnes, the character of Kathryn Hahn can hide a secret. At least that’s what the fans are talking about. This is because in the trailers she was shown as a character who was aware of certain things, like Visão being dead. Other than that, she appears as a witch in the Halloween episode. As Wanda and Vision appear in their comedic outfits, speculation began that Agnes would not only be a witch, but The Witch … In the comics, Agatha Harkness is a former witch who served as a mentor and directly manipulated certain points in Wanda’s life. His arrival in the series could be an interesting way to explore the magic and witches of the MCU, investing in this supernatural universe which should be explored in Blade in the future.
With each new Marvel casting confirmation, it seems like it’s only a matter of time before the Young Avengers form. Indeed, the studio has already confirmed the appearance of the following characters in the coming years: Gaviã Arqueira (Hailee Steinfeld – Gavião Arqueiro), Stature (Kathryn Newton – Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania), Patriot (Elijah Richardson – Falcão and the Winter Soldier)), Miss America (Xochitl Gomez – Doctor Strange: Into the Multiverse of Madness) and Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani – Miss Marvel). The other members of the team are Wiccano and Célere, Wanda’s twin sons. It would be a good thing to see the team start to unite with the twins. Their origin is full of controversy and involves many tragedies. All of them would be very interesting to see represented on canvas.
Wanda X Vision
Over the past few years, we’ve gotten used to seeing Wanda and Vision clash in different settings, the most tense of which in Avengers: Infinity War, when Wanda was forced to kill Vision to try and stop Thanos ( Josh Brolin) to get them all. the jewels of infinity. At the time, she was very reluctant to kill her boyfriend, but she did. Now that the situation needs to be turned around, since we expect Wanda to lose control, how will the Risen Vision react to his wife? Will they have a physical struggle? Will he be able to face it? Only time will tell, however, it would be interesting to see them fight again.
Visão’s return alone is reason enough to see the series. His return to life is one of the great mysteries that WandaVision brings, but nothing compared to the fate of the robot. If it would be very interesting to see him survive the series and return to the Avengers, even become some kind of tutor / teacher for the new generation of heroes, it would have a huge weight for him to end the series by dying again.
Playing the adult version of Monica Rambeau, who appeared in the 1990s, returning in Captain Marvel (2019), Teyonah Parris will be a special agent for an organization many fans believe to be SWORD, which appeared briefly in the post-credits scene. for Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019). However, in the comics, she is the superhero Fóton, a name that has already been shown in the MCU as Monica’s mother nickname in aeronautics. Seeing her acquire the powers of the series would already open up the possibility of her appearing as a superhero in Miss Marvel, which will also be released later on Disney +.
One of WandaVision’s biggest draws is set across decades of American television, replicating styles from series like I Love Lucy, The Sorceress, Arnold, and The Office. Speaking of Arnold, series director Matt Shakman has acted on the series. And Kevin Feige said it was a once in a lifetime opportunity to honor his TV heroes. In other words, we hope the tributes to TV classics aren’t limited to decor.
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