WandaVision Trailer Sets Up More Action In Second Half Of Season

WandaVision has hit its midway point and new teasers for the rest of the season show the deterioration of Wanda’s reality. Marvel’s first MCU series came out of the gate strong, with its first three episode using sitcom tropes to create a new type of Marvel project. WandaVision‘s fourth episode pulled back the curtain after the third episode ended with Wanda seemingly ejecting Geraldine a.k.a. Monica Rambeau out of Westview.

WandaVision episode four, “We Interrupt This Program,” served as a prequel of sorts to the show, revealing that Monica Rambeau had been sucked into Westview after investigating the strange electric field surrounding it. S.W.O.R.D. is moved into action, setting up camp outside of Westview to monitor what turns out to be an in-world sitcom that Wanda is inadvertently broadcasting from within the walled off suburb. “We Interrupt This Program” didn’t necessarily reveal anything new, but it did bring the show’s disparate parts together and set up the show’s endgame.

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Now, a new trailer and poster from Marvel teases the upcoming final episodes of the show. With five left to air, WandaVision still has a few decades of sitcoms to cover. In the trailer, we get glimpses at the 80s, 90s, and 2000s, with Wanda directly addressing the camera in what is likely the Modern Family and The Office inspired episode. In between all of that, we get glimpses of footage from episodes past and some exciting teasers of what’s to come. We see Vision attempting to exit Westview, various S.W.O.R.D. agents trying to penetrate the barrier around it, and an impending fight between the titular characters. We also get a moment of clarity from Kathryn Hahn’s Agnes when she asks Wanda and Vision, “Should we just take it from the top,” a clear nod to the sitcom constructs behind the show.

We’ve always known that Wanda’s false reality would come to a head – various people involved with the show have teased WandaVision‘s mind-blowing ending, saying it’s on par with the best MCU movies. There’s still a lot of unraveling to be done before we get to that point, though. It’s safe to say that, with at least three decades left to cover sitcom-wise, we won’t see the explosive scenes fans are waiting for until the series’ final two episodes.

Until then, though, it looks like WandaVision will continue to show the cracks in Wanda’s reality, with Agnes herself acknowledging the sitcom constructs behind their lives in Westview. It’s been clear since WandaVision episode three that Agnes knows more than she’s letting on and there’s theories galore about just who Agnes is. Same goes for just about everyone else in Westview who has yet to be identified, including Emma Caulfield’s Dottie, who many posit could be Mephisto himself. All the mysteries aside, it’s clear WandaVision is moving into its endgame after episode four’s big reveals and the series is primed to reveal more of its secrets in the coming weeks.

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Source: Marvel

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