WandaVision: New Images Show Evan Peters, Elizabeth Olsen & More In Halloween Episode

By Tom Drew Updated:
Vision, WandaVision logo, closeup of Paul Bettany as Vision

Warning — This article contains spoilers for WandaVision.

After an arduous week of waiting, WandaVision is back with "Episode 6" to complete the second act of the ongoing MCU series.

The sixth chapter in Wanda Maximoff's story seemed to raise more questions than answers, throwing more suspicion on Director Hayward and Pietro Maximoff's murky intentions. The arrival of Scarlet Witch's brother, as played by Evan Peters, added an interesting dynamic to the episode, acting as a contrast to Vision's search for an explanation for the goings-on of Westview.

The episode also developed Wanda's children, Tommy and Billy, more as characters, using a Malcolm in the Middle-style framing device to give the twins some spotlight. All of this was wrapped in a Halloween setting, adding to the spooky tone that underlies WandaVision.

Now, new promotional images have surfaced online that detail some of the sixth episode's highlights...


Disney has released five new stills from the latest episode of WandaVision, showing off "Episode 6"'s Halloween setting and the latest addition to the main cast.

All of the images can be seen below:

Vision and Wanda Halloween WandaVision
From Marvel Studios

Wanda and Vision are joined by Evan Peters' Pietro Maximoff / Quicksilver, who is now crashing on the strained couple's couch. The Maximoff-Vision household is adorned with Halloween decorations to match the spooky season.

Wanda Halloween WandaVision
From Marvel Studios

Wanda dons her comic-accurate costume, resembling the classic Scarlet Witch look from the graphic page.

Wanda Halloween WandaVision
From Marvel Studios

The Scarlet Witch is also seen outside her home as the residents of Westview dress up and decorate for the spooky season.

Darcy Jimmy Woo WandaVision
From Marvel Studios

Kat Dennings' Darcy Lewis and Randall Park's Jimmy Woo share a look after infiltrating S.W.O.R.D.'s mobile base of operations.

Agnes Halloween WandaVision
From Marvel Studios

Finally, Kathryn Hahn's Agnes suspiciously wears a very witchy costume as she encounters Vision on the outskirts of Westview.


These promotional images, save for the real-world photo in S.W.O.R.D.'s remote headquarters, manage to capture the early 2000s sitcom vibe perfectly. From the saturated colors to the wacky costumes, WandaVision revels in the differences of its different sitcom settings each and every week. 

Spoilers for "Episode 5" seem to be out the window, as Marvel Studios is not afraid to flaunt the inclusion of Evan Peters' Quicksilver. The character has proven to be somewhat of an enigma so far, so it will be interesting to see where the character races off as the series approaches its finale.

With the conclusion of its sixth episode, WandaVision has reached somewhat of an emotional and narrative climax. With Westview's influence on the world spreading via Wanda's hex and Vision almost dying for the third time, the last three episodes should make for a gripping finale to the events set up thus far. The Scarlet Witch seems to have exuded more power than she ever has before in the final moments of "Episode 6," so it is only a matter of time before she reaches a breaking point.

"Episode 6" of WandaVision is available to stream now on Disney+.

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Release Date
January 15, 2021
- About The Author: Tom Drew
Tom Drew is the Executive Editor at The Direct. Tom writes for The Direct's Marvel, Star Wars, and DC branches while specializing in all things movies, from blockbuster to indie darlings.