How Scarlet Witch & Vision’s Kids Connect WandaVision To Ant-Man 3

The MCU is known for its complexity, and Kevin Feige can best be compared to Hollywood’s version of a chess grandmaster. Cassie Lang was the first of the Young Avengers to be brought into play, and now he’s begun working on Wiccan and Speed as well. All signs are that others are on their way; there are reports Falcon & Winter Soldier sets up Eli Bradley, aka Patriot, who became a super-soldier after his grandfather gave him a blood transfusion. Hawkeye is confirmed to introduce the MCU’s Kate Bishop, another Young Avenger, played by Hailee Steinfeld. America Chavez is confirmed for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, with Xochitl Gomez cast for the role. And there have even been rumors Wiccan’s boyfriend/eventual husband Hulkling, a shapeshifting alien, will make his debut in WandaVision as well.

There’s no way all this is just a coincidence: clearly Kevin Feige is setting up the Young Avengers, although the only question is whether it’s for Disney+, the movies themselves, or even a combination of the two. WandaVision should, therefore, simply be seen as the opening gambit in Feige’s Phase 4 game.

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