‘WandaVision’ gets its first credits scene with episode 7

Eventually, the iconic legacy of a credits scene in the MCU was seen again in the ongoing WandaVision series with its latest episode 7.

The latest episode 7, titled “Breaking the Fourth Wall,” just arrived on Disney Plus. And with it, the first-ever credits scene made its debut as well. That was the one missing thing in WandaVision, given the fact that it’s an MCU show.

Spoiler Warning: Since you are about to scroll now, the article will contain crucial spoilers. It might ruin your experience of watching the latest episode. Continue reading at your own risk.

WandaVision: What’s there in the credits scene?

The latest WandaVision episode ended with the usual glitching style like previous episodes while cutting to notable credits. But then it got resumed with Monica Rambeau investigating the Harkness household. She enters the basement and then uses her powers over tentacle-like appendages.

Then comes Pietro, who says, “Snoopers gonna snoop.”

He was dressed in blue-and-pink loungewear. Monica gasps in total shock, and then the scene cuts to black.

It means that the next episode will contain something more extensive in terms of uncertainty. With each new part, the MCU series is getting better at building a state of curiosity. The seventh episode and its credits scene is one example of that.

WandaVision stars Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany in the lead roles of Wanda/Scarlet Witch and Vision. Other cast members are Kathryn Hahn, Kat Dennings, and Randall Park.

MCU titles in the future

With the first phase four entry doing good, the biggest superhero cinematic franchise is gradually coming back to its form. Although COVID-19 is still there, Marvel Studios is somehow returning on track of a constant releasing cycle.

In March, another MCU title will make its way on the Disney+ platform. Falcon and the Winter Soldier will feature Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan in Sam and Bucky’s iconic roles. The plot will follow their dynamic with each other as well as several new supervillains.

Moving further, there will be three highly anticipated movies, namely Black Widow, Shang-Chi, and Eternals. If the pandemic situation remains unchanged, then they might miss a theatrical launch in the coming months. And in that case, they will only arrive on Disney’s streaming service.

Going even further, there will be unique and adventurous TV shows to entertain the die-hard viewers of the franchise. Ms. Marvel, Moon Knight, Hawkeye, Loki, Secret Invasion, Ironheart, What…If?, and She-Hulk are some of the awaited titles.

When it comes to fan-favorite projects, they are Fantastic Four, Avengers 5, X-Men, Black Panther 2, and Captain Marvel 2.

Coming back to WandaVision, its eighth episode will arrive next Friday on Disney+.


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