‘WandaVision’ creator hints at Scarlet Witch’s villainous twist in ‘Doctor Strange 2’

WandaVision Creator and lead writer Jac Schaeffer has sparked further upheaval for Wanda Maximoff in the upcoming MCU sequel, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Insanity. The character has had a difficult time since his debut in 2015. Avengers: Age of UltronBut things are going to get tougher unfortunately, with Schaeffer even sparking a move toward the villainy of The Scarlet Witch while wrestling with issues of morality.

“From where I am sitting, the intention was to bring Wanda to this place of acceptance, but also with this enormous amount of new power, and we all know the saying ‘With great power …’ And that’s why I also think that she The exchange With Agatha it gives her so much confidence, she goes so fully into herself that the enormity of her power, in my mind, begins to make some normal human concerns about what is right and what is wrong fade because she is this being. which is so, so different. “

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Spoilers for WandaVision incoming, so if you haven’t seen the series yet, look the other way now …

The show concludes with Wanda finally embracing her identity as The Scarlet Witch, gaining both the new alias and a new costume, while also beginning to better understand the scale of her amazing power. According to Schaeffer, this will continue in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Insanity, as Wanda continues to struggle to understand her powers and how to use them for the right reasons.

While the specific details of the plot are largely unknown, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Insanity will clearly present to the public a previously unexplored side of the MCU, the multiverse. The film will see Benedict Cumberbatch once again playing the role of the Supreme Sorcerer, and Chiwetel Ejiofor will also return as friend turned foe, Karl Mordo. Wanda’s realization that her powers are truly based on magic, and her appearance as The Scarlet Witch, is undoubtedly what will have Marvel heroes coming across in the follow-up.

Time Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Insanity Director Sam Raimi was reportedly not involved in the creation or direction of WandaVision, Disney + series director Matt Shakman has previously revealed that the show’s events will have huge ramifications for Doctor Strange 2 and the future of the MCU. “Which is lovely about Marvel, and I’ve told some people … it feels like a relay race, you know, where someone hands you the baton and you race with it,” Shakman said. “And then you hand that token over to the next one. It’s not like you’re reverse engineering your product to fit something that is more important or has already been established in the future. WandaVision was the focus while we were doing it, And the choices that we were making and then moved on to other movies. The way we decided to describe Monica’s power, all of that, will continue in Captain Marvel 2. “

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Insanity is scheduled to be released in the United States on March 25, 2022, as part of Phase Four of the MCU. WandaVision is available to view now in its entirety on Disney +. This comes to us courtesy of Empire movie podcast.

Topics: Doctor Strange 2, WandaVision


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