[Disclaimer: This article contains spoilers from WandaVision]
By now, we’ve all watched Marvel Studios and Disney+ Wanda Vision and sobbed to process the heartbreak seen and felt when Elizabeth Olsen’s Wanda lifted her spell and said goodbye to Paul Bettany’s Vision. Again. As if that weren’t enough, we also forced ourselves to digest the fact that there won’t be Wanda Vision 2. And while we’ll soon see Olsen reprise her role as Wanda in the Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madnessit was hard to watch Bettany as Vision disappear into nothingness again.
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It’s only until dawn that we talk about the multiverse after all, where multiple visions can exist. I mean, we’ve already seen three of them come to the fore while two of them simultaneously got together and discussed philosophy realizing that they’re both not the original vision. Not to mention, one of the two was white and wanted to eliminate the one in red. So, is there really a possibility that there is another version, in another parallel universe? Because Wanda can smell it, thanks to her new powers as Scarlet Witch who is more powerful than even Sorcerer Supreme.
If you think my fan theories are over the top and I’m having a hard time saying goodbye to Vision, know that I’m not the only one. If it were up to Bettany, he would play Vision forever. That’s what he told Esquire when asked the same question. “I love Vision. Yes, I’m into it” and I recognize an affirmative when I see one!
In fact, it may not be the only return; Agatha Harkness, Kathryn Hahn’s nosy neighbor who later turns out to be a Wicked Witch, might also make a comeback. If you remember, she’s not dead yet! Just crazy about Wanda’s mind control in the middle of Westview. She always has been, and since she also seems to be the one who knows Wanda’s wizarding side best, it won’t be surprising if Marvel renews her tenure. If you ask me, there was a slight nod to the same when Agatha says “You’re gonna need me” and the finale and Wanda retorts with “If I do, I know where to find you.” Yeah, I have a feeling she’s gonna make Hahn go too!
When asked about her return to the MCU, the actress who really baffled everyone with her prowess told The New York Times, “[Marvel] keeps it really tight” but “Now that I’ve tasted it, I’m like, ahh. I really, really like him.
But the ending works for the WandaVision sitcom pseudo-director who added: “[Agatha] need to rest for a hot second. She was very agitated. For now, I think she’s actually okay to loosen the corset and sit down and have a muffin and a latte.
Well, never say never, you know!
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