Wandavision Theories and Easter Eggs


Lia Sarria, Writer

The new Disney+ series “Wandavision” has many Marvel fans speculating the plot of the show and how it will set up future movies and series in the MCU (marvel cinematic universe). (Spoilers ahead)

“Wandavision” takes place after “Avengers: Endgame” with Wanda somehow bringing Vision back from the dead in a town named Westview.

The first two episodes make you think you are watching a sitcom with Wanda and Vision being the main characters with slight weird things happening making you question what is really happening.

With episode 6 out and still no clue of who the true villain is, fans are quick to judge all possible outcomes the show may have. Mephisto, a demon from the marvel comics who has not yet been in any movies has been referenced with Wanda in the comics. Many fans believe he is behind the mess Wanda has put everyone through.

The new series has also brought the multi-verse into the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Pietro, Wanda’s twin brother who dies in “Avengers: Age of Ultron” somehow comes to her front door in the new series. The only problem is it’s not the same Pietro from Avengers, but the one from Fox’s “X-Men”, who was first introduced in “X-Men: Days of Future Past”(2014).

This slight character switch shows the multi-verse is finally making its appearance and will most likely not be the last time we see it.

With all of the unanswered questions happening, one question we can answer is how strong Wanda truly is. She is somehow controlling the minds of a whole town while also not letting the outside world see any of it.

A not so popular theory is Wanda’s twins Tommy and Billy may be an asset to the new Avengers. There are a lot of new younger heroes coming to light, so maybe they will be the new group everyone is looking for.

Some fans aren’t ready for the multiverse, so they believe that Pietro is actually a character called Mephisto. He acts so casually and aware of everything going on. He often makes jokes about vision being dead or calling the twins “demon spawns.”

Hopefully with episode 7 coming out this Friday a lot more of these questions can be answered and all the fake theories can be put to rest.