Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is the next Marvel flick to hit theatres. And as we all know, Wanda Maximoff, our Scarlet Witch, is going to be in it. For getting a better understanding of this film, fans are catching up with the show, WandaVision. Because Marvel Cinematic Universe is all connected, if you miss something, you won’t fully get the next thing, and that’s what makes MCU a great Cinematic universe, right? Anyway, to get a better understanding of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, here we shall look into the ending of WandaVision.
Wanda and Agatha Harkness were ready for war in the final episode of WandaVision after a journey down memory lane revealed the Avenger’s true identity as the famed “Scarlet Witch” of history. Billy and Tommy are being held captive by Agatha, and Vision is still having identity issues after uncovering his wife’s duplicity. Monica Rambeau is attempting to assist, but the Quicksilver impostor of Evan Peters is now occupying her space. SWORD’s Director Hayward is ready to disclose his hand on the outside, with a paint-your-own Vision ready for a test run.
Let’s talk more about WandaVision, and what’s next for the Scarlet Witch. Also, let’s discuss Mephisto, even though Marvel just ignored him. Damn You, MCU, we wanted Mephisto, not some fake Quicksilver named Ralph Bohner. Why MCU Why. Why did you play with our feelings by casting Evan Peters as fake Quicksilver? Maybe they’ll fix this like they fixed Wanda’s RUSSIAN ACCENT from Avengers Age of Ultron.
WandaVision Ending Explained
WandaVision Episode 9 is the final part of the series, and it’s a big one, featuring major blow-out bouts between Wanda Maximoff and Agatha Harkness, as well as Vision vs. White Vision. White Vision is disarmed by Vision, who transforms him into Vision. Wanda uses Agatha’s trickery against her, carving runes into the Hex and preventing Agatha from casting spells.
Wanda has defeated Agnes and is now focused on defeating the Hex and going on with her life. This includes bidding farewell to Billy and Tommy, as well as Vision, who is unable to survive outside of the Hex. Wanda and Vision put their children to bed (literally, by leaving them to quietly drift off in their bedroom) and then say an emotional goodbye to one another, hoping that as they have parted ways so many times, they will meet again.
Wanda is on her way out of Westview and into the unknown. Wanda is shown in the final post-credits sequence living in a hut in the mountains in a distant place (perhaps Sokovia). But her simple existence is anything but simple. WandaVision concludes with Wanda dressed as the Scarlet Witch in full Scarlet Witch regalia, in a mystical position similar to that seen earlier from Doctor Strange, while she observes the Darkhold and hears Billy and Tommy pleading for rescue. Wanda’s eyes are bright and wide as she appears to answer the phone.
This is what happened in the last episode. But there are quite a few questions regarding the mid-credit and the post-credit scenes. Like, What was Wanda doing in her astral form? Will Monica Rambeau be in Captain Marvel 2 – The Marvels? Also, What about Mephisto, is he ever gonna show up? Let’s dive into it.
Mid-Credit And Post-Credit Scenes Explained
Wanda is shown boiling a pot for tea in a secluded cabin in the post-credits scene, as her separate, magical persona reads from the Darkhold, an ancient book of power spells originally seen in Agents of SHIELD and Agatha’s mad-creepy cellar. It’s also possible that Wanda reading the Darkhold is her physical self, while the other is a figment of her imagination.
We’ve seen Sorcerer Supreme Doctor Strange project his astral self before, but it was when his body was prone. Wanda’s physical body and astral self appear to be operating at the same time, proving Agatha’s claim that the Scarlet Witch’s power is greater than the Sorcerer Supreme’s.
Wanda is reading the Scarlet Witch chapter because Agatha suggested it, and she wants to learn more about her abilities. But we also hear her two boys, Billy and Tommy, who have vanished.
“Help! Please, Mom! “They’re yelling from somewhere. Wanda will undoubtedly want them back if they still exist in some way (maybe elsewhere in the multiverse).
Wanda used sorcery and parts of the demon Mephisto’s soul to create Billy and Tommy in the comics. He eventually reabsorbed them, obliterating the infant males from existence. They were resurrected as Billy Kaplan and Tommy Shepherd, albeit with different sets of parents. They took up the identities of Wiccan and Speed (with the same abilities as in WandaVision) and eventually discovered their connection to Wanda.
Mephisto has yet to be introduced in the MCU, but Wanda may stumble into him while she searches for Billy and Tommy. They could be reborn somewhere else, following in the footsteps of their comic book counterparts.
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Will Monica Rambeau be in Captain Marvel 2? Mid-Credit Scene Explained
Monica Rambeau has a minor role in the WandaVision finale. She takes a few bullets heading towards Billy and Tommy, indicating that she has the power to phase through objects and remove their kinetic energy. Monica’s most memorable scene occurs during the mid-credits scene when a Skrull demands Monica’s presence in the sky. Following the events of Spider-Man: Far From Home, this agent is most likely working for Nick Fury and Talos, who have their own SWORD-like organization. Monica could be getting an invitation to join the genuine SWORD in the near future.
The mid-credits sequence in WandaVision also teases Marvel’s upcoming Secret Invasion series. The friendly Skrulls are definitely worried about something, and the Secret Invasion comic arc centers upon these green shape-shifting aliens secretly taking over Earth by assuming jobs of authority under the radar. WandaVision also prepares the path for Captain Marvel 2, and the inevitable awkward reunion with Carol Danvers, by leading Monica to the stars.
Will Mephisto show up?
The biggest question of 2021, while the show was streaming, was, WHERE IS MEPHISTO? I’ll do you even better WHY IS MEPHISTO? (a Drax reference). The M in WandaVision stands for Mephisto. Wait, What? There is no M in Wanda Vision. Exactly, like there was no Mephisto in the series. Jokes aside, I hope our spiritual prayers come true, and we’ll get to see him sometime soon.
We heard many cameos are being planned for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. We don’t think there is any possibility of him appearing in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
We don’t know when Mephisto will show up. Maybe he would show up in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, or Agatha: House of Harkness or in WandaVision Season 2, if there is one, who knows. Only one man on this planet knows, and his name is Kevin Feige. And he is no Tom Holland or Mark Ruffalo, who would give the spoiler in a wrapped gift. So just wait and see for yourself. Because you know what they say ‘Good things come to those who wait’.
What’s next for Wanda?
Everyone is talking about Leonardo DiCaprio’s Spider-man, Tom Cruise’s IRONMAN, Huge Jackman’s Wolverine, heck, even Tobey Maguire’s Spider-man to be in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. But what about Wanda, don’t forget about our Scarlet Witch, she is going to be an important part of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse and could even be the main villain.
When Wanda changes into the Scarlet Witch, the villain warns that something awful has happened. This line perfectly fits with Doctor Strange In The Multiverse of Madness, possibly leading to Nightmare, Mephisto, or another otherworldly foe. In the Marvel comics, however, the Scarlet Witch’s abilities are derived from a strong God known as Chthon. MCU Wanda may have just invited Chthon into the mortal realm by accepting his magical gifts. The Scarlet Witch, according to Agatha, is destined to destroy the world, and whatever evil is unleashed in WandaVision’s final struggle could be the fulfillment of that horrible prophecy.
Wanda’s Scarlet Witch costume, which she wears after she realizes her full power, is now a permanent part of her wardrobe. Wanda summons her red crown and sleek superhero gear as she flees the authorities, announcing the introduction of her canon character design and superhero title.