Slight Spoilers for WandaVision Below
Friday, March 5th, 2021, Marvel’s first Disney + Original show ended it’s short run leaving many fans wondering what is in store next for the MCU. The series finale answered many questions but left many fan theories destroyed as there was no Mephisto reveal, Evan Peter’s Quicksilver turned out to be a fake, and the secret cameo Paul Bettany teased was himself.
Now that Wanda’s abilities have been explained as magic similar to that of Doctor Strange, Marvel fans can prepare to see Wanda in Doctor Strange’s upcoming movie, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which is set for release in March of 2022. Not much information has been released about the upcoming movie, but many fans suspect that Strange and Wanda will travel to parallel universes. WandaVision also left characters Monica Rambeau, White Vision, and the twins, Tommy and Billy’s fates undetermined with fans waiting for their inevitable return.
Marvel’s next project that will be released will be Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which premieres on Disney + on Friday, March 19th, 2021.
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