WandaVision Will Reveal What Happened to Geraldine In Next Episode

What happened to Monica Rambeau at the end of WandaVision episode three, “Now in Color,” will be explained next episode, says Elizabeth Olsen. Populating the mysterious suburb of Westview is an eclectic cast of characters, and when Geraldine, played by Teyonah Parris, showed up in episode two, things got even more mysterious. Fans know by now that Parris is playing Monica Rambeau, the adult version of the character introduced in 2019’s Captain Marvel. 

After Wanda’s tumultuous pregnancy, she finally gave birth to a pair of twins with the help of who she thought was Geraldine. When Wanda mentions that she is a twin, Monica says that Pietro Maximoff, Wanda’s brother, died during the battle with Ultron at the end of the second Avengers film. What transpired between the two after this moment was unseen, and we only see Monica again as she is ejected from Westview into what looks like a military encampment, most likely a base for S.W.O.R.D.

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According to Olsen, what happened to Monica will be explained in WandaVision‘s fourth episode. The Scarlet Witch actress told TVLine that what occurred between Monica and Wanda “is answered in the next episode,” but Olsen refused to go much further than that. Olsen goes on to say that “it’s something I don’t want to spoil,” which makes sense considering the secretive nature of the mysteries at the show’s core.

Olsen has already teased a perspective shift for WandaVision‘s next episode, setting it up to be a significant chapter in the overarching story of WandaVision‘s nine-episode run. What that perspective shift means is unclear, but the choice of words is interesting. Olsen makes it sound as if we’ll be stepping outside the purview of Wanda and Vision. To provide answers that many are eager for, it sounds as if the show may finally step out of Westview to give fans a preview of the larger world at play in WandaVision. 

It’s pretty clear that Monica herself was unsure of who she was while in Westview, making many wonder what her purpose there was. Was she trapped there with Wanda and Vision, or did S.W.O.R.D. send her in to find out what exactly is going on? This perspective shift could explain all of this, and the possibility is an exciting one as WandaVision seems finally ready to open up about some of the mysteries that have been plaguing the show since its first episode in what Paul Bettany describes as a mind-blowing entry.

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Source: TVLine

Originally from https://screenrant.com/wandavision-geraldine-future-fate-elizabeth-olsen/

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