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What, you didn’t see that coming? WandaVision Episode 5 just dropped on Disney Plus and Marvel Studios seems ready to pull out all the stops. Portrayed by Elizabeth Olsen, Wanda Maximoff (a.k.a. The Scarlet Witch) is just trying to live her perfect life in Westview but SWORD can’t stop meddling in her business. And now, Wanda and Vision (portrayed by Paul Bettany) need to get the house ready for visitors as a member of Wanda’s family shows up to visit. What does this mean for the MCU and Marvel Phase 4? Join IGN Host Max Scoville as he breaks it all down.
Ever since the first WandaVision trailer, Avengers fans have wondered how and why WandaVision would introduce the multiverse to the MCU, and it seems as if a mutant may finally be sprinting around the MCU faster than anyone can see. Rumored for weeks to be cast in WandaVision, Evan Peters finally appeared in WandaVision Episode 5. Marvel fans love Wandavision Easter Eggs and we’re no exception and by appearing in WandaVision, Evan Peters’ Quicksilver may once again be the speedster of record in the MCU. But what if the character reveal is just another fakeout. It’s also rumored that by appearing in WandaVision, Evan Peters’ Mephisto might make an appearance. Which do you think we saw? Join Wanda, Vision and weird uncle Pietro as they find out in WandaVision. Disney Plus’ newest sitcom starring two Avengers is about to crank up the speed, so join us and be sure to share all of your WandaVision theories with us.