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WandaVision’s Post Credits Scenes Explained
Here’s one surprise benefit of Marvel’s foray into TV shows: We don’t have to sit through the credits to watch all of the various teases and cameos Marvel usually slips into the end. Now, we can just whip out our remotes and fast-forward through it all if we so please.
That said, WandaVision’s finale, which premiered this Friday on Disney+, features an end-credits scene you won’t want to miss. After all the action wraps up—Vis dies again, sort of, Wanda defeats Agatha Harkness, White Vision goes … somewhere, and the Hex dissolves—we visit Wanda at a random cabin in the woods. It looks a lot like Disney+’s Folklore special. Wanda, of course, is the Scarlet Witch now, and we see her doing some studying. Then? She hears one of her twins calling to her. End scene. Since Kevin Feige has said that WandaVision will directly lead into Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, let’s try to figure out what Wanda’s Airbnb stay tells us about her future in the MCU.
If you remember, Harkness manages to give Wanda a pretty sizable information dump while they’re fighting. Again, Wanda is the Scarlet Witch, a being not born but “forged,” with the supposed destiny of wreaking havoc on space and time. Hard to see our friend Wanda doing that. Regardless, she’s studying the Darkhold, a legendary text from the comic books. It’s full of dark spells, so maybe there’s something to Wanda picking up some evil tricks. Expect her to show up in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (out March 25, 2022) super-super-powered. Wanda might even cross paths with Doctor Strange simply because he senses her messing with such a powerful book.
One last thing: The goodbye-t0-Vision-but-probably-not scene—where Wanda closes the Hex in on itself—would make you think that the twins disintegrated too. Not so fast. In the very last seconds of the post-credits scene, Wanda hears Tommy shouting to her from somewhere. Who knows, maybe the twins (known lovingly by the fans as the Minimoffs) exist somewhere in the multiverse, and Multiverse of Madness will see Wanda chasing after them. Only a year until we find out, folks.
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