WandaVision Theory: Doctor Strange Sent [SPOILER] to help Wanda

Like in the comics, Doctor Strange could be here to help Wanda in WandaVision by sending her a new ally.

WARNING: The following contains spoilers for WandaVision Episode 5., “In a very special episode …”, now broadcast on Disney +.

Best thing about WandaVision Being a weekly MCU show, fans can debate and speculate on what happens each week, making the next episodes a must see on TV, and Episode 5 is very special with, as Darcy says, a remake. of a Marvel Cinematic Universe character who’s been dead for years. At the end of the episode, Wanda opens the door and sees her brother, Pietro Maximoff. However, this is not the Pietro the MCU knows. Instead of Aaron Taylor-Johnson, the actor who played Quicksilver in Avengers: Age of Ultron, is Evan Peters, the actor who played Quicksilver in the X Men Fox movies.

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Debates continued over whether this was really Quicksilver from the world of Fox. Many speculate that it is just another person trapped in town, recast to play Quicksilver, as Wanda herself said she couldn’t raise the dead. It could also be the missing person from witness protection agent Jimmy Woo is looking for. However, there is also a theory that this is Quicksilver from the Fox universe, and it is Doctor Strange who brought him here.

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While Monica Rambeau has done her best to find out what’s going on in town, SWORD seems to have her own agenda. If SWORD is anything like SHIELD, the organization will always attack an issue from different angles, and if director Tyler Hayward is anything like Nick Fury, no one should trust him to be completely honest. You could easily have Monica, Jimmy Woo, and Darcy Lewis banging things from outside the walls while also working with someone, like Doctor Strange, at another angle to get into Westview.

WandaVision - Evan Peters as Pietro

With the Elder dead, Doctor Strange is the Supreme Sorcerer, which means that his knowledge of the universe is almost limitless, and that is normal for magical beings in his esteemed position. For example in Avengers Endgame, when Hulk goes to look for the Stone of Time, he meets the Elder. She is unwilling to give it to the Hulk and mentions that he is from “a timeline”, but not necessarily her timeline, so it is clear that she knows the multiverse, the different timelines, and how new lines are created. of time. If the Elder knows the multiverse, there is no doubt that Doctor Strange knows it too.

Pietro Maximoff was present on at least two different versions of Earth, and there is a possibility that Doctor Strange is trying to figure out how to help Wanda. By bringing in a version of her brother, one she drew from another Earth, she could help ease her pain and suffering, which seems to be the reason she created this idyllic world of comedies.

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It is also important to remember that Agnes was there when Wanda spoke of not bringing anyone back from the dead. If Agnes is Agatha Harkness, there is also the possibility that she has contacted Doctor Strange in some way, and the two are working together to try to liberate this city. With Wanda expressing that she is unwilling to bring the dead back to life, bringing in a different Quicksilver may have seemed like a safer option for Agnes and Strange, if this is the case.

Doctor Strange always seemed to be there to help Wanda in the comics. He was there to stop her after the “Avengers Disassembled” storyline, which saw the death of Agatha Harkness, as well as the deaths of Hawkeye and Ant-Man. Most recently, he was there to stop an army of zombie mutants when Wanda tried to bring back everyone who died on Genosha with horrific results. With Wanda appearing in Strange doctor in the crowd of madness, it wouldn’t be strange to see him working behind the scenes of WandaVision to help clean up this mess, whether you’re doing it with SWORD, with Agnes, or alone.

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. New episodes airing Fridays on Disney +.

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