WandaVision concluded its run a few weeks ago, but we are not yet over the emotional turmoil it put us through. It feels like Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany) are forever cursed when it comes to their happily ever after. And the way the Disney+ series ended, it feels as if their story may finally have come to its heartbreaking conclusion…
…or not, according to WandaVision showrunner/executive producer Jac Schaeffer, who feels there is still more to this story. Normally, I’d roll my eyes at this preposterous thought, but Wanda and Vision have defied the odds.
I’m referring to Wanda killing Vision before Thanos could get his hands on the Mind Stone in Avengers: Infinity War, only for Thanos to show up, reverse time and kill Vision again. Struggling to cope, Wanda created a make-believe universe where she could live with a fabricated Vision and their fabricated children born out of her agony and sadness.
At the end of WandaVision, Wanda accepted her fate as the Scarlet Witch and let go of the fantasy she had created, meaning that Vision and their children would cease to exist. So how exactly does Schaeffer think these two will reunite?
She broke it all down on The Empire Film Podcast.
How will Wanda and Vision reunite?
“They’ve done this before, which is horrible and kind of crazy that as storytellers, we signed up to tell what could be seen as the same story over again,” Schaeffer said. “But that was my way of reconciling that. That’s so beautiful [because] this is what makes them special and magical. That they’ve been at this precipice before and Vision is a Synthezoid of statistics. It actually does make scientific and probable sense that there will be more.”
And of course, White Vision is out there somewhere. If you don’t remember, S.W.O.R.D. built White Vision from Vision’s destroyed body. He and Wanda’s Vision face off in the final episode, but they stop long enough for Vision to unlock the data White Vision had inside him, essentially giving him memories. White Vision flies off before we find out what this means for him, but it’s possible he could now turn into a version of Vision that Wanda can connect with.
If there’s a way for Wanda and Vision to reunite, it’s probably through White Vision. But as for now, Wanda is living in exile as the Scarlet Witch; we’ll see more of her in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness next year.
Will Agatha Harkness (Kathryn Hahn) return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
As much as we’d like to see Wanda and Vision back together, we’d love even more to see the return of the villainous witch Agatha Harkness, played by the marvelous Kathryn Hahn. She needs to come back just so we can hear that song again.
People asked Hahn if she’d ever return to the MCU to play Agatha, and her answer was everything we were hoping for: “Of course I would! I would love to. Yeah, absolutely.”
Last we left her, Wanda had trapped Agatha in the role of her nosy neighbor, which she had been playacting for the bulk of the series. Something tells me Wanda is going to need her help down the road.
h/t SYFY Wire