Warning: the following summary of WandaVision, Episode 9 “The end of the series” contains some of the major spoilers:
First of all, if the episode title is any indication, we definitely won’t get a second season of WandaVision.
Marvel boss Kevin Feige told reporters at TCA last week to “never say never” when it comes to a season 2 of the Elizabeth Olsen-Paul Bettany Disney + Marvel series, but now it’s clear that the series will it will become a bridge to the movies. Captain Marvel 2 (or the next Disney + Secret invasion series) as expected and Strange doctor in the multiverse of madness.
As for how the ending directed by Matt Shakman and written by Jac Schaeffer extends to those great photographs, read on. However, to clear up some important things that some expected that did not happen: the big bad villain Mephisto was never revealed, and at this point, Agnes’ husband Ralph does not appear to be Mephisto. Later in the episode, when Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) learns while in hiding with Quicksilver from Evan Peters, it turns out to be an actor named Ralph Bohner. Logically, he is the “Ralph” whom Agnes (Kathryn Hahn) referred to as her husband. In another ‘duh’, Evan Peters’ character is not really Pietro Maximoff. Also, moving away from tonight’s episode, it’s unclear how “The Series Finale” connects to the upcoming Sony / Marvel movie. Spider-Man: No Way Home film. If that’s the case, we’ll learn more in December.
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As we all waited on the edge of our seats to receive important revelations tonight, WandaVisionThe last episode concludes in a favorable but predictable way: good triumphs over evil, that is, Agnes does not rule the day; and Wanda transforms into the Scarlet Witch as expected.
All that said, there is a suspense: Will Wanda ever see her family again, that is, her husband Vision and the children Billy and Tommy? And if so, when? Fast-forward to the second of the two ending credit sequences and we see Wanda, far away, isolated in a cabin on a snowy mountain. While enjoying a cup of tea on the porch, her alter ego, the Scarlet Witch is busy inside, reviewing Agnes’s Book of Darkhold (aka the Book of the Damned) and in the distance, Scarlet hears the screams of Tommy and Billy calling. for your help.
The first coda belongs to Monica. As she cleans up the debris from Agnes and Wanda’s fight in the Westview town square, with Hayward (Josh Stamberg) arrested in the distance, she is called inside a movie theater (which looks a lot like the one on the Disney Burbank, CA lot) ) by an FBI agent who reveals herself to be a Skrull (you know, one of the aliens from Captain Marvel). Setting up the carry-over to that sequel, the Skrull tells Monica: “He heard you were punished. He would like to meet you. “Monica smiles. ‘He’ is believed to be Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury. Fury was last seen in the ending credits sequence on a spaceship in Spider-Man: Far from home. Therefore, Monica’s next trip with Fury will be in Captain Marvel 2 or with him and Skrull leader Talos (Ben Mendelsohn) in Secret invasion. Moments before, during the closing of the episode, one of Monica’s goodbye conversations with Wanda is “If I had the opportunity and the power, I would bring my mom back. I know I would. “Wanda responds,” I’m sorry. For all the pain I’ve caused. I don’t understand this power, but I will. “
Other important moments that happened during “The Series Finale”:
–There are many back and forth fights between Agnes and Wanda. Remember from episode 8, Agnes absorbs power and this becomes Wanda’s constant headache over how to beat her throughout this episode. We started “The Series Finale” with Agnes with a purple chain of power around Tommy and Billy’s throats. Wanda possibly frees them with a red bolt on Agnes’s chest. Like Darth Vader teaching Luke Skywalker a thing or two about the dark side during a lightsaber fight, we’ve got that going with the showdown between Agnes and Wanda here. “The Scarlet Witch is not born, she is forged”, Agnes teaches Wanda during the battle. “I’m not a witch, I don’t do spells, nobody taught me magic,” cries Wanda. “Your destiny is to destroy the world,” Agnes says before torturing several Westview citizens, whom Wanda rushes to save.
“You have tied your family to this twisted world and now you can’t live without one,” says Agnes, “Save Westview or save your family.”
Later, in the final showdown between Agnes and Wanda, it appears that the latter has lost after hitting the former with enough red bolts. Wanda seems exhausted, but unfortunately, it is Agnes without the power, as the former regains her energy.
“In a given space, only the witch who casts them can use her magic,” Wanda tells Agnes about the use of the Runes, “Thanks for the lesson. But I don’t need you to tell me who I am. ” And red witch ears begin to form on Wanda’s head as she absorbs all of Agnes’s power and becomes the Scarlet Witch in her full uniformed red dress. “Oh God. You don’t know what you’ve done,” Agnes says. The two float back to Westview’s town square, where Wanda’s punishment by Agnes makes her the nosy neighbor indefinitely in Westview.
–A hysterical line from tonight, “Guys, run the army, Mom will be right back,” Wanda instructs Billy and Tommy on how to get Hayward’s troops out of the town square.
–Vision, what about him? As Agnes and Wanda fight throughout the episode, so do Hayward’s White Vision and Wanda’s “Conditional” Vision. White Vision appears initially and Wanda thinks it really is him; he takes her face in his hands and begins to crush her. But then the “Conditional” Vision appears and knocks him down. There are many clashes, explosions, explosions between the “Conditional” Vision and the White Vision. The latter is programmed to eliminate “conditional vision.” But then “Conditional Vision” logically convinces White Vision that he’s not the guy he’s looking for. Vision “Conditional” scans the memories of White Vision, which runs through all of Vision’s regular moments in the MCU until Thanos destroys him, and in a moment of clarity, White Vision declares, “I am Vision” and plummets towards the sky and disappears. End of that.
To the end, Wanda and Vision take their children home to put them to bed. Wanda has the curse dissipating around Westview. When he approaches their house, Wanda and Vision know that it is the temporary end of him, as well as a long nap for the children. Wanda and Vision see the red hex coming, and he knows it’s the end, for a while. He may return at some point in the future, but he understands that he cannot live in Wanda’s world right now. In a tearful moment, Vision asks Wanda: “What am I?” She responds: “You, Vision, are the stone of the mind that lives in me. You are a body of wires, blood and bones that I created. You are my sadness and my hope. But above all, you are my love. “
And if that didn’t make you cry, well, then you have Thanos’ icy heart.