WandaVision is off to an impressive, yet mysterious start on Disney+, adding more layers of intrigue weekly to confuse fans. From Vision's surprise resurrection to S.W.O.R.D.'s unexpected involvement, the first MCU Disney+ series has had no shortage of questions, but it is expected that answers will be provided in the coming weeks.
The first two episodes did a good job in establishing the core storyline and format of WandaVision while “Episode 3" dropped multiple clues about the true nature of Westview. At this point, it's clear that Wanda is at least aware that not everything is what it seems, and this should create a compelling confrontation at the tail-end of the series.
Due to the oddity surrounding WandaVision, nothing can be expected, but Elizabeth Olsen already promised that “Episode 4" will be “quite the shift” in terms of providing more concrete answers. Now, a new promotional image has emerged for the hit MCU show.
MONICA RAMBEAU IN THE '70s
Marvel Studios officially released a brand-new poster for WandaVision, showing off '70s-inspired looks of Wanda Maximoff and Vision. The image also highlights Teyonah Parris' Geraldine a.k.a. Monica Rambeau with a playful caption saying that "the signal is out of this world."
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WANDA AND VISION ARE OUT OF THIS WORLD
It seems that the weekly posters for WandaVision are following the trend of the episodes in terms of presenting the show's confusing and intense moments in a comical manner. It's no secret that the “out of this world” caption is a reference to Monica's heartbreaking ejection from Westview at the tail-end of “Episode 3,” and it's also worth pointing out the word “signal” has been consistently used in the promotional images thus far.
Based on what's been revealed from the poster, “signal” could actually refer to Monica's time in Westview. Given that Monica is already outside the bubble by the end of "Episode 3," this could be an indicator that the fabricated reality is free from a potential disturbance, considering that she was an outsider from the get-go.
It will be interesting to find out if more neighbors will be removed by Wanda from Westview to preserve her blissful life in her created fantasy world. One of the interesting theories from viewers is the fact that Wanda could end up being the real villain of WandaVision, and this speculation will be proven further if the trend of removing people from the town will continue in the coming weeks.
As WandaVision moves forward, more questions will be answered about Wanda's unstable nature and its ramifications towards the real-world MCU. Hopefully, it's not too late to save Wanda from her madness since it appears that the multiverse will be in grave danger if this complication is not resolved.