Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Turtletrekker, Jan 15, 2021.
In the screengrab mentioned up thread the figure looks like Olson.
I know, I was the one who posted it lmao
I was just saying before I saw it close up, I just thought she was seeing someone else in the costume.
I thought Wanda had stolen Vision's dismantled body. Or did Director What's-his-name just make that up? Or did I just remember wrong?
Also, is this the first time they've done a mid-credits or end-credits scene? I usually quit watching pretty soon after the credits start.
Hayward made up that story. He just used footage of Wanda’s dramatic outbursts to make it convincing.
It’s a theory, the whole encounter was staged, so Wanda might use her power to resurrect Vision for him.
Something she only did later by accident, when she handed Hayward a little residual energy from the drone they sent into the hex.
the Vision inside the hex was created from the ground up by her and that’s the reason he cannot leave.
They had one last episode.
So, if this story ends happily we now have a real body for Vision to be returned. If it ends badly, it is going to be quite tragic.
I feel like the next episode could be tragic with Wanda finally letting go of Vision or going over the edge to be a big bad later on. If Vision is saved then where would their story go? Would he show up in the next Doctor Strange movie?
Anyone else with audio gltiches with this episode? Two or three times the audio dropped for half a second for me.
In the comics, the white visions memory was wiped, when the government pulled him apart and put him back together again.
There's no mind stone.
In infinity war, they were unsure if the Vision would still have a soul if the mind stone was taken out of his constitution. So what ever Vision walks out of this at the end might not be as moored to Wanda as the original.
In the final scene when Agnes has the twins, and is confronting Wanda, she says that Wanda is a creator "but is just making breakfast for dinner", but is also using chaos magic to do it. She then says that makes Wanda a scarlet witch. Is it possible that "Scarlet Witch" is a title for a creator who uses chaos magic? Akin to "Sorcerer Supreme" is the title that Dr. Strange holds? If so, would this mean that there may have been scarlet witches in the past? How different is chaos magic to regular sorcery? This would strengthen the need for Dr Strange to step in/train/whatever the angle is for the upcoming movie.
Dude, are you serious? That post from thribs was the most obvious joke I've ever read. Wow.
The Scarlet Witch. Subtle but important difference. Purely theoretical, mythical Witch, whose existence was foretold and who has finally appeared.
This would confirm an earlier theory that Vision in the TV world was really her own conscience arguing against what Wanda had done. She was really debating with herself the whole time.
I'm betting on White Vision and Vision2 starting off in conflict with V2 protecting Wanda, then at the end merging together. One has all the mechanical elements, the other has his "soul". If Wanda can duplicate things based on her knowledge of them and she knew him with a psychic bond then her recreation of him should be identical (minus her memory edit)
End result is we get NewVision back in the MCU outside the Hex
So what do people think the mid-credits and post-credits ('cos there's bound to be both) for the last episode will be?
I'll say something with Dr Strange for the for first and something to set up Captain Marvel 2 for the second.
I expect Dr. Strange will appear in the main body of the episode if he appears at all (and I expect him to appear). Mid-credits will probably set-up his film but from an outsider's perspective (possibly Nightmare). I'm guessing the post-credits scene will have something to do with Loki (if only because Falcon and the Winter Soldier doesn't appear to have any multiverse elements to it).
Edit: Maybe not Nightmare since he hasn't been confirmed, the idea of him being in the film came from Scott Derrickson, and he's no longer directing it.
It was a good episode, but I was wondering while all this is happening what was going on with Darcy and Vision. It looks like Vision is part of Wanda's consciousness, so why would he be aware of what is really happening and not actually be an "actor" in the town. I was a little confused on how to reconcile the two storylines.
I'm not great at identifying jokes. And some people are unaware of things that seem obvious, so if I don't see an smilie or something to indicate someone is joking, I tend to assume they're serious.
I wouldn’t assume that what we see in trailers is the whole story. Disney wouldn’t show any multiverse elements in trailers before it was confirmed somewhere else. For all we know both Falcon and Winter Soldier will show up in end WandaVision, and we’ll see a To Be Continued on The Falcon and The Winter Soldier
I bet nothing goes over your head. Your reflexes are too fast and you would catch it
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