WandaVision Review #3

The End Has Come.

WandaVision Review #3

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The end of WandaVision has come, but the show wrapped everything up in an amazing way. There may be some unanswered questions, but hopefully, they will be answered in other Marvel films released in the future. Possible spoilers may be in this article.

WandaVision is available to stream on Disney+. There are a total of nine episodes, and they were released within the months of January, February, and March. This show stars Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff, Paul Bettany as Vision, and Kathryn Hahn as Agatha Harkness. Agatha is the first character within the Marvel universe to call Wanda by her nickname, The Scarlet Witch.

In the last three episodes, we also find out that Agatha is a witch, and Wanda is not the only character with magical powers in the town of Westview. In the last episode, Wanda takes Agatha’s power, and assigns her to her original role as “the Nosy Neighbor.” Before this occurs, Wanda frees the citizens of Westview by taking down the hex, but this, unfortunately, meant losing her true love Vision again, and her two children Billy and Tommy in the end. Wanda is alone once again and sadly does not get her happy ending.

We also find out in the last three episodes that Wanda’s brother Pietro Maximoff was sent by Agatha, and was not real. He was simply a normal citizen named Ralph Bohner, and this was discovered by Monica Rambeau. We also saw a glimpse of how Wanda’s life was before she was an Avenger, and it was sad to see. She went through a lot of tough times like losing her brother for example, but she came back strong like always.

There is also a different version of Vision who was built to destroy the Vision Wanda created, but this was not possible. This Vision is white rather than red, and it was made to destroy Wanda’s Vision. The new Vision is made of the original Vision’s parts. Wanda’s Vision convinced him that he was not real, and could not destroy him. So, if he was ordered to destroy Vision, he would really end up destroying himself since he had Vision’s parts. He eventually disappears and is never seen or heard from again. So, could this mean that he may be in a different Marvel film?

Wanda also got a new look at the end of the last episode. She was dressed as The Scarlet Witch, and her costume was similar to the comics. She is also appearing in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, and hopefully, this costume will reappear in that film, although her red coat is good too.

There are two end credit scenes, but what does this mean for future films? The first scene of Monica Rambeau in the movie theater may possibly be a part of Captain Marvel 2. The second scene where we hear Wanda’s children ask for help may be a part of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. These are just assumptions, but this seems like the best answer we have for right now. She was also seen reading the Dark Hold, which is Agatha’s book, and this may lead to some problems in the future.

This show is rated TV-PG, and has 8.3/10 stars according to IMDb.com. The first four episodes are around 30-35 minutes long, and the last five are around 35-50 minutes long. Many events occurred in the last three episodes that made the show a great watch. The scene where The Scarlet Witch appears is one of the best scenes in the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe. This show only had nine episodes, but they were all important to show Wanda Maximoff’s story.

The real question here is, will there be a second season of WandaVision? In the future, hopefully, there will be. It would be great to see Wanda Maximoff have the happy ending she truly deserves.