(Warning: Massive spoilers in advance for the finale of “WandaVision.”)
In an interview with Jimmy Fallon this 7 days, Elizabeth Olsen promised that the “WandaVision” finale would be “a entire tee-up” for Wanda’s arc in “Doctor Peculiar in the Multiverse of Madness.” Now we know what she meant.
With any luck , you trapped all over for the comprehensive credits and didn’t just test out right after the mid-credits scene. Due to the fact in the scene that performs soon after the credits conclude, Marvel appears to have set Wanda’s “Doctor Unusual 2” arc, and in no small way.
In the put up-credits scene, we find Wanda living in a distant cabin someplace near some mountains. It appears like she’s just relaxing in her yoga dresses, but as she goes to pour herself some tea, the digital camera continues zooming to the backroom of the cabin, in which we find Wanda nevertheless once again – this time as an astral projection.
In her astral form, Wanda is once once more the Scarlet Witch, and she’s perusing the Darkhold — the “book of the damned” that, according to Agatha, has an entire chapter about the Scarlet Witch — and she’s (we think) studying about her powers.
In case you forgot, here’s what the Darkhold appears to be like:
Plainly, she’s previously picked up a several items if she’s masterfully managing the artwork of astral projection. It is not entirely shocking on the other hand. Though “WandaVision” did not explicitly establish Wanda as a Nexus Currently being, as Agatha details out in the episode, “your power exceeds that of the Sorcerer Supreme.”
The Sorcerer Supreme is the title held by the magical individual tasked with defending Earth towards magical threats, and the existing title-holder is of course Medical doctor Stephen Strange. Now, we all know Wanda is heading to be a major character in “Multiverse of Insanity.” But do not overlook that even right before he was the Sorcerer Supreme, Odd was employing astral projection to boost his multitasking abilities… just like Wanda does in the “WandaVision” finale.
So uh, it looks like Stephen Peculiar will be presented a run for his income in “Multiverse of Insanity.” Or possibly, he’ll give Wanda some sage suggestions. Both way, we’re quite confident Wanda probably won’t be an adversary to him. As “The Sequence Finale” – which, not for absolutely nothing, probably presents us a superior sign on if a 2nd season of “WandaVision” was at any time a probability – exhibits, Wanda is not hoping to hurt individuals with her magic. She just can’t manage it.
At this issue, we nonetheless have no plan what the tale for “Multiverse of Madness” will be. But it seems not likely that Wanda would instantly transform into a villain. Odd are, she’ll join Medical doctor Odd as a hero, and even further hone her powers.