Many mysteries and puzzles remain to be solved before the end of WandaVision. Will the television show be able to answer all the questions?
The Disney + television show WandaVision is scheduled to wrap up on Friday, March 5, but there are still some questions the public wants the series to answer. With only half an hour left in the limited series, there is a lot of ground to cover. Some general mysteries have been revealed, particularly in episode 8 of the story, but a collection of questions about the genre-bending show still remains.
At the end of episode 8, many issues were resolved. Episode 7 implied that Agatha Harkness (Kathryn Hahn) was responsible for transforming the sleepy New Jersey town of Westview into a sitcom, but Episode 8 reveals that the phenomenon arose out of Wanda’s grief at not being able to retrieve her body. SWORD’s Vision so she could give it to him. a proper burial. The episode also highlights Wanda’s backstory, including the loss of her parents, her love for classic sitcoms like The Dick Van Dyke Show Y I love lucyand Agatha’s theory that Wanda had latent magical abilities before the Mind Stone amplified them. The episode also reveals the fact that SWORD is attempting to rebuild Vision under the direction of Tyler Hayward (Josh Stamberg), and introduces a nickname for Wanda for the first time in the MCU: The Scarlet Witch.
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Despite everything that is revealed in the penultimate episode, the ending has a big task ahead of it. The show has used details from both the movies in the MCU and the comics to keep audiences clinging to Wanda’s story and the issues she faces after Vision’s death. The tone with which the show began by lovingly lampooning old sitcoms had been infused with a centuries-old conspiracy that included ancient witches, alternate realities, and secret weapon reconstruction. The show still has a lot to answer for, and for many there is an understandable concern about whether all of these puzzles can be answered within the limited time of the season finale.
Who is Agent Woo’s witness?
The whole motivation behind the presence of FBI agent Jimmy Woo (Randall Park) in Westview was his search for a missing person. This person was to be a witness and is investigating his unusual disappearance. Once Woo gets caught up in the plot of the living sitcom, the witness detail is set aside and barely mentioned thereafter. Is one of the unfortunate citizens of the alternate universe the lost witness? There is enough to suggest that one of the Westview locals is the witness in question. There is also the possibility that another character from the MCU will appear in the finale, explaining Woo’s original reason for being there.
What will the resurrected vision look like?
Previous episodes posited that Wanda recovered Vision’s body from SWORD, but episode 8 revealed that was not the case. His powers rebuilt a tangible version of him to live with her in the world of comedies, beginning in black and white in the plot of their future home together. Unlike real people like Monica Rambeau, Vision is unable to break free from the energy barrier that surrounds the city. When he broke through The Hex, he was separated until Wanda expanded the size of the alternate realm. The post-credits scene in episode 8 revealed that SWORD is in fact rebuilding Vision in part using Wanda’s spell via a drone sent to Westview. This version of Vision could very well be White Vision, a character introduced in Avengers of the west coast comic books. Unfortunately, White Vision has no emotions or empathy, so he’s likely not the man Wanda fell in love with. With that said, there is a chance that the two Visions might somehow merge to bring the original Vision back to life, giving Wanda a happy ending.
What will happen to Wanda’s children?
There is a question as to whether Wanda’s twins will cease to exist when The Hex dissolves. Episode 8 saw Agatha expending energy abducting the children to force Wanda to reveal the trauma that brought her to this point. Wanda’s feelings for her children are very real despite their unusual conception, pregnancy, and aging process. The nature of these Marvel Comics characters are initially artificial creations made by the Scarlet Witch, so it is highly likely that Tommy and Billy are not allowed to leave the realm of sitcoms. If they stay, they could return as members of the Young Avengers, linking the comics to the movie universe.
Hayward in the up-and-up?
It seems like something is wrong with SWORD director Tyler Hayward. Obviously, he has a desire to use Vision’s body for the parts, and allowed Wanda to enter the facility, possibly to harness her powers and thereby causing her pain for Vision. His job for the government agency is to keep an eye on sensitive weapons like Vision, but that seems to be not his only motivation. Tells Monica Rambeau that her mother wanted to keep her “grounded, “but this could be a lie. It is possible that she has her own treacherous motivations or even a secret identity. Speculation from fans has centered on her hazy characterization, which does not seem entirely reliable. Her use of Wanda’s magic To create White Vision is indecent and dishonest, and it almost seems that he planted the idea of the perfect universe in which she and Vision can represent their marriage in the mind of the powerful witch.
What about Dottie?
Unlike the other Westview residents, Dottie Jones (Emma Caulfield Ford) doesn’t seem to fit in with Wanda and Vision, instead looking at them suspiciously with a heavy dose of sidelong glances. She tells Wanda, “I’ve heard things about you. You and your husband, “and seems to be wary of the strange events surrounding Wanda during town events. She is also seen spying on Wanda’s family from her tulip bed, which means that she is still not satisfied with the personality or the explanations. from Wanda. SWORD couldn’t find a real world identity for Dottie, as if she didn’t really exist. Many have pointed to her flowers as a clue. Where Wanda’s flowers are pink and red like her powers and Agatha has purple flowers in her garden Like her magic, the yellow flowers in Dottie’s Yard may point to her being Arcanna Jones from Squadron Supreme. The character is also known as Moonglow, and her powers are manifested in the color yellow. In a series rife with Easter Eggs and connections, this seems like a very likely scenario.
Where did Agatha come from?
The revelation that Vision bought land in Westview for him and Wanda to settle together points to other answers, including the reality of city residents like Ms. Hart (Debra Jo Rupp) and Herb (David Payton). But does this mean that Agatha Harkness already lived there? There may be something predestined in the location Vision selected to be its forever home. Agatha may have had her own motivations for meeting the Scarlet Witch, taking her romantic partner to a seemingly random location in New Jersey for Wanda to display her powers under Agatha’s watchful eye. Whether it’s a deliberate move or a coincidence, this is a riddle that needs some explanation.
Can we expect a cameo?
Paul Bettany has made fun of that WandaVision it would include a Marvel cameo before the series came out. In an interview with Don, he said, “There is a character that has not been revealed. And it is very exciting. He is an actor that I have wanted to work with all my life. We have some amazing scenes together and I think the chemistry between us is extraordinary and the fireworks on set.“There have been countless theories as to who this character could be, as so far, this person has yet to appear. Audiences were shocked and delighted by Evan Peters’ quirky and perplexing cameo as Quicksilver / Pietro, but there is another Marvel character. to be revealed. It could very well be Dr. Strange, featuring Wanda’s role in The multiverse of madness. Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) is also a clear possibility if director Hayward ends up being bad news. There’s also a possibility that Bettany was playing a little prank, referring to himself as the cameo when Vision is back online.
Is Agatha’s book significant?
In the mysterious and supernatural basement in which Agatha traps Wanda, many magical artifacts and runes are seen. The camera lingers for a moment on a bright and mysterious book, indicating that the object has some meaning that has yet to be revealed. The other objects and trinkets don’t get as much attention, so it seems possible that the book still has a role to play. Marvel as a universe is packed with magical books, and this could be one of them. Perhaps it is also a kind of red herring to the end. The audience can only guess until the end of WandaVision hits the airways.
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