By the old host of Hoggath! Kevin Feige is here playing on the emotions of Marvel fans. Recently, while attending the Paley Dialogue virtual event, Feige was asked if we would get a second season of Marvel’s WandaVision. Naturally, as a good president and creative director of Marvel, Feige spoke on the matter like a professional. That said, he confirmed that Wanda’s story will continue in other Marvel projects.
“Yes to an evolution of history; probably and inevitably in many different capacities “ Feige said about Wanda’s mysterious future as the Scarlet Witch. As part of that evolution, Wanda will appear in Marvel’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Insanity. “That is the first place where that story will continue, but there will be other places,” he added. Fig joked.
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Come on, fig! Tell us something we don’t know yet! Like you’re holding on to Elizabeth Olsen for several more years so you can do a “No More Mutants” story with her in the future. Or maybe Loki breaks the Multiverse on his own show, and it’s up to Wanda, Stephen, and America to fix it in the next movie. You don’t need to go out and say it, just blink twice if I’m on the right track.
WandaVision It is currently being signed up as an Emmy contender for its brilliant premise, set design, and emotion-driven storyline. Will you be added to the roster of applicants? We’ll have to wait and see. I certainly think it deserves to be recognized, as it is one of the boldest things Marvel has done in years.
You think WandaVision deserves a second season, or should Marvel move on to other characters and adventures in the future? Speak up in the comment section below.