It's not over
"Well, I think we handled that well."
Marvel’s mind-bending WandaVision may be over, but speculation about what’s next for Marvel Cinematic Universe is just getting started.
Here are the five most fascinating theories on the WandaVision finale and beyond.
WandaVision ruined our multiverse theories when Evan Peters turned out to be some schlub named Ralph Bohner, but Marvel’s adolescent humor might reveal something bigger.
What if Jimmy Woo’s “missing witness” is actually Ralph and his true identity is Pietro? After all, who else but Pietro would name themselves “Bohner” as a joke?
Faster than the Ship of Theseus, White Vision sailed away from Westview in the WandaVision finale, while Wanda’s Vision ceased to exist. What’s next for the android Avenger?
The comic books suggest a return to form for Wanda’s beloved — and it’s a path that could lead through Captain Marvel 2, based on Vision’s comics history.
If you stuck around for the post-credits scene, you know Wanda is hiding out somewhere in the mountains drinking coffee while her astral projection reads the Darkhold. But what does that mean?
Based on the sound of Billy and Tommy’s screams, it seems like she’s trying to bring back her Chaos Magic children.
In the comics, the two disappear before being reincarnated (the specifics are weirder and creepier). So don’t be surprised if we haven’t seen the last of them.
Monica’s story is far from over. We know she’s going to show up in Captain Marvel 2, but before then, it looks like she’s set to play a role in Secret Invasion.
The upcoming Disney+ show will star Samuel L Jackson as Nick Fury, and it seems he needs some help...
Jimmy Woo didn’t get to do much in the WandaVision finale, but he did manage to call his friend Cliff at the FBI.
Was that just a throwaway line? Or could this Easter egg hint at a surprising alien plotline in Marvel’s future? Read the wild theory.
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