WANDAVISION THEORIES

Updated: Apr 2, 2020

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What's happening in WandaVision?!


After the teaser trailer for the upcoming Marvel shows on Disney+, fans have been wondering what's going on in WandaVision.



The 30-second teaser gave a lot of snippets of Wanda during different eras of sitcoms and we know it's connected directly to Doctor Strange: In The Multiverse Of Madness. But other than that - we got nothing.


Marvel executives are keeping things hush-hush for the time being but we know Wanda is about to play a major role in Phase 4 and WandaVision and Doctor Strange: In The Multiverse Of Madness will shake up the MCU going forward.



Here are three theories of what can be happening in WandaVision.


Wanda Is Already In The Multiverse


The multiverse is the term for all the parallel dimensions which exist in the MCU. We've seen it already teased and mentioned in one way or another across multiple MCU films.


What if Wanda is already in the multiverse?



We as the audience can be witnessing Wanda jumping from one reality to another and see how her life would be in those alternate realities. But what made Wanda jump into the multiverse?


Vision.



Last we saw Vision, he was busy getting the Mind Stone ripped from his forehead by Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War.


With this theory, Wanda will realize she has the power to enter the multiverse and is learning to navigate her way through it to bring back the version of Vision she lost to her reality.


If she manages to achieve this, she would undoubtedly affect multiple realities in the process which will have dire consequences. Consequences that'll ripple into Doctor Strange: In The Multiverse Of Madness. One such consequence could be Scarlet Witch becomes the multiverse of madness.



Not just anyone can access the multiverse. The sheer fact Wanda can travel across dimensions showcases how powerful she's becoming. Wanda's increased power, her recent losses, and in the comic book a history of mental trauma can all play a factor in Wanda losing herself in all these different realities. Leading Wanda to become the main antagonist in Doctor Strange: In The Multiverse Of Madness.



Giving a new layer to the title Doctor Strange: In The Multiverse Of Madness otherwise known as Wanda's broken psyche.


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WandaVision Takes Place In Wanda's & Vision's Mind


This is one of the easier theories because we can see anything happen in the series and at the end find out it was all in their minds.


Vision is an android so it isn't hard to rebuild him. We still have Shuri alive in the MCU. The thing that made Vision unique and able to become "human" was the Mind Stone.



Sadly, the physical manifestations of the Infinity Stones were destroyed by Thanos in Avengers: Endgame. But you know who else is connected to the Mind Stone?


Wanda.



Wanda and Vision are intrinsically linked because of the Mind Stone. What we can see in WandaVision is a rebuilt Vision without his human characteristics. Wanda uses their link with the Mind Stone to bring back the human consciousness of Vision.


Which means everything we see in WandaVision is inside both of their minds as Wanda attempts to bring back the human consciousness of Vision.


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