Each episode of WandaVision corresponds to a particular period of comedy. But as the time goes on, Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) appears to be unravelling and her management over Westview getting weaker. Thus, anachronistic stuff has crept in of late.
The final couple of episodes have been filled with explosive revelations that might change not simply Westview however the whole Marvel Cinematic Universe. This, in fact, contains the surprising arrival of Pietro Maximoff (X-Men’s Evan Peters and never Aaron Taylor Johnson as we and Wanda bear in mind him from Age of Ultron), her lengthy lifeless brother who has a special face now. She is totally conscious of the nature of actuality.
As issues come to a head, the final couple of episodes promise much more earth-shattering reveals.
And but, Wanda is not prepared to surrender but, and he or she is nonetheless doing her greatest to take care of the fake sitcom phantasm.
A teaser from the upcoming episode 7 reveals Wanda breaking the fourth wall and talking on to the viewers, just like mockumentary reveals like The Office and Modern Family. Is it 2000s or 2010s in Westview?
Wanda talks about how we’ve got all been there, “intentionally expanding borders of the false world we created.” The twins arrive and inform her their downside — the controllers of their video-game maintain altering to totally different objects. Wanda is in no temper to pay attention, nonetheless, and tells them she’s resting her eyes. Under the covers, she remembers that she is nonetheless clad in her Halloween costume.
There is no signal of Vision (Paul Bettany) but, who nearly died in the final episode whereas attempting to flee Westview. It was to avoid wasting him Wanda expanded the city’s borders.
The query is, is Wanda doing all of it herself? Or is she someone’s pawn? We assume there is extra to what meets the eye. She could also be sustaining this actuality, however maybe she didn’t create it herself.