WandaVision is no doubt a confusing show for fans, but fear not. This is your Top 10 WandaVision questions answered. There are spoilers ahead for the opening episodes of WandaVision so if you haven’t seen them yet, it’s not too late to turn back. Still here? Great. Lets get on with it.
10. When is WandaVision set?
WandaVision is set in the year 2023, about three weeks after the events of Avengers: Endgame.
9. Where can I watch WandaVision?
WandaVision is streaming exclusively on Disney Plus so you will need a subscription to this service if you plan on following the events of Wanda Maximoff and Vision’s lives. WandaVision will not be available on Netflix or Amazon Prime.
8. Are WandaVision episodes weekly?
Yes, WandaVision episodes are released on a weekly schedule. The first two episodes premiered on Disney Plus on January 15th with one new episode being released every Friday after this.
7. Where is WandaVision filmed?
Pinewood Atlanta Studios in Atlanta, Georgia served as the filming location for the majority of the scenes in Marvel Studios first sitcom, WandaVision. Some filming also took place at Warner Bros. Burbank location in California.
6. Who is the Beekeeper in WandaVision?
The Beekeper in WandaVision is an agent of SWORD that was sent into Westview via the manhole to report back any strange happenings from the town. The beekeeper costume that we see in early episodes originally starts off as a containment suit before it transforms as the agent enters the anomaly, or the Hex as it’s now being called.
5. Why is WandaVision black and white?
Episodes 1 & 2 of the series are in black and white because they are supposed to take place in the 1950’s and 1960’s respectively. The episodes pay homage to the popular sitcoms of the era by also using an aspect ratio of 4:3 as opposed to the 16:9 commonly used in the modern era. Plot-wise, we still don’t know why this is the case but I’m sure Marvel Studios will answer the question before the series comes to an end. Some theories suggest that Wanda is using her powers to transform her surroundings based on popular sitcoms she watched either growing up, or while she was in hiding with Vision before the events of Avengers: Infinity War.
4. How is Vision alive?
Short answer – he’s not. We learn in recent episodes (four & five) that Wanda has stolen Vision’s body from the SWORD research lab. Before this we see Wanda break concentration for a split second to reveal that Vision is indeed still dead. It appears as if Wanda is somehow harvesting her powers to make is seem as though he is alive. Again, I’m sure this will be answered with more clarity towards the end of the season but for now this is the extent of the information available.
3. How many episodes will there be?
There will be nine episodes in WandaVision season one. The episodes will run from January 15th until March 5th. Season two has yet to be confirmed but this would be highly unlikely as the events of the series will instead follow on to Doctor Strange: Multiverse of Madness, as confirmed by Kevin Feige.
2. Who is Agnes in WandaVision?
Agnes, played by Kathryn Hahn, is a neighbor of Wanda and Vision in Westview. However, there is a little more than meets the eye here. The real identity of Agnes is Agatha Harkness. Harkness is a witch. Like a real witch. In the Marvel comics Agatha was part of colony of witches that started in Salem. The character also has ties to one of Marvels biggest villains – Mephisto. Could these two be working together by seducing Wanda with her perfect life? We suspect that Agatha will have a large part to play in how the ending plays out.
1. How will WandaVision end?
Vision himself, Paul Bettany has said that “you will look at the whole MCU in a new light after watching the entire series”. It’s difficult to disagree with the man based on what has been shown so far. Obviously the ending of the show is still highly speculative however that won’t stop the multitude of theories coming out.
The most likely of these theories is that Wanda herself will become the main Villain. Why do we think this? The Marvel king himself, Kevin Feige has already confirmed that the events of WandaVision will directly link with Doctor Strange: Multiverse of madness. Elizabeth Olsen is already confirmed to be reprising her role as Wanda for that movie but nobody ever said it would be for the good side. We still don’t know who the ‘Big Bad’ will be for the MCU phase four. Maybe it will be Wanda herself?
Alternatively we could see a very different ending. Could Wanda be under the influence of an even bigger bad, with more power? Mephisto is a character we’ve mentioned here before and it’s a theory that is very possible. It could be that Mephisto and Agnes (Agatha Harkness) are providing Wanda with her perfect life for something in return. Should Wanda lose this she would become unstable. Would Wanda freak out and choose the side of good in this circumstance? Could Wanda be fighting alongside Doctor Strange against Mephisto and Agnes in the upcoming blockbuster? Nobody knows for sure, well except Kevin Feige of course.
Hopefully you now know a little more about Marvel’s latest release WandaVision. This has been your Top 10 WandaVision questions answered.
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