WandaVision Director On The Finale’s Biggest Question

WandaVision ends this Friday. Sad face. Very sad face.

Yes, the ninth episode of Disney+’s first show from Marvel Studios, Wandavision, airs this Friday, and then the show will be no more.

Collider  recently talked with the show’s director, Matt Shakman. When they inquired about what was the most important thing to Shakman about the series finale, he answered:

Well, Episode 8 really opens up the major thematic journey for Wanda, which is the stages of grief. That’s what the whole show has been about, how you come to terms with loss. So that’s been the overarching theme of the show, the spine of the show. And that’s ultimately what we want to make sure that we’re resolving at the end. But we also want it to be surprising. We want it to be a lot of fun. We’ve introduced a new character at the end of 8 in White Vision — so now you have two Visions on the board. The question of “who is the real Vision?” will play out. So there’s a lot to come.

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Who is the real Vision, indeed? Or, rather, the most real? Is it the one actually made from his old body? Or is it the one created by Wanda that has his personality, but not memories, or a body that can leave the hex?

This will certainly be an important revelation in the episode. We also expect to see a load of action, with all the witches, enhanced, and sentient weapons flying around.

Don’t forget to catch the Series Finale of WandaVision this Friday on Disney+!

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Nick Doll

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