Showrunner Jac Schaeffer had an interview with Vanity Fair in which she said that WandaVision had an alternate ending.
SPOILER WARNING: The following might contain essential details about the show. You can stop reading right now if you haven’t watched it yet.
While discussing the show, Jac Schaeffer revealed another version of the WandaVision finale’s ending.
Schaeffer said that the final episode was about to explain the Darkhold’s prophecy about the former Avenger.
“The prophecy had to do with her destroying the world,” she said.
“So she’s fighting her identity as the Scarlet Witch because she doesn’t want to be the person who destroys the world. That was the thing that she was really, really afraid of.”
She said that showed not everything at the end of WandaVision regarding the book’s prophecy. And there’s a lot to be told in future installments under the franchise.
Marvel intentionally kept it restricted so that other upcoming projects will deal with it. And it will become even more interesting to know everything, but gradually.
“Because when you pass the ball forward, it gives the next team more to work with. We loved the idea that we would land her knowing some, but not all.”
Thus, it’s clear that the prophecy of the Scarlet Witch destroying the world might turn out to be true. However, it’s left for a future series or a movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Meanwhile, the biggest superhero franchise in the world, at the moment, is preparing for multiple releases.
Due to the pandemic, it faced an unexpected pause of more than a year. But now, things are improving, although at a slower pace.
Marvel Studios team is ready to come back to its regular launching speed soon, with many MCU projects.
Speaking of the next phase four entry, it will be Falcon and the Winter Soldier. After WandaVision, it will entertain the MCU lovers for the next month and a half.
Eventually, the fans will rejoice with so much to watch out for.
And those who are not yet finished decoding every single scene of WandaVison can still do so. It’s currently available for streaming on Disney+, with all its nine episodes.
In a way, you can binge-watch it now.
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