American television miniseries based on Marvel Comics featuring Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch and Vision, created by Jac Schaeffer for Disney+ streaming service. It is Marvel Studios' first television series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), and it takes place after the events of the film Avengers: Endgame (2019).
In the fictional town of Westview, New Jersey, Wanda Maximoff and Vision lead a charmed suburban existence until their world begins to shift through various decades of comedy tribute and television cliches. Matt Shakman directed the series, with Schaeffer serving as the show's executive producer.
Is Wanda Pregnant in Wanda Vision Episode 2?
After the magic act, Wanda and Vision have an intimate moment where Wanda learns she's pregnant on the way home. During the conversation, she inquires as to whether or not this is indeed happening, and Vision responds positively.
Upon their return, they spot the same sword emblem on his back as seen on the helicopter as well as the thudding sounds. They head out to investigate. Rewinding to when Wanda realises she is pregnant, he severely rejects her. Everything appears to be going swimmingly in their chamber, which has been transformed into a riot of vibrant hues.
Wanda is effectively unable to conceive in such a short period of time. Perhaps her pregnancy alludes to the ‘House of M' comic book series plot in which Wanda gives birth to identical twins. She uses magic to generate the babies, therefore they aren't biologically derived.
I believe that Wanda's life will be shown in this way in the series. Wanda's costume at the magic act is another clue that the show is based on the comics. It's an indication that Wanda is going deep into the “Scarlet Witch” appellation, and it may provide an insight into the full scope of Wanda's abilities.
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What Symbolizes the Sword?
For the first time in the MCU, we can see the sword emblem on the helicopter and on the beekeeper. In this world of black-and-white sitcoms, the only colour we see is the helicopter, which suggests that it has somehow entered Wanda's world from the outside.
We'll have to wait and see how the apiarist and the helicopter figure into the story when it comes out. S.W.O.R.D., a S.H.I.E.L.D.-like agency whose official name is Sentient World Observation and Response Department, may be responsible for this.
Someone from the outside may be trying to save the Avengers from their current situation, as the voice coming from the radio suggests Finally, the story is told in the same voice, which adds a layer of complexity to the story. In addition, a Strucker watch advertisement appears in the middle of the episode.
Wanda and her brother Quicksilver were previously subjected to experiments by Baron Von Strucker, an operative of the Hydra. In essence, the second episode of ‘WandaVision' presents us with numerous story points and hints regarding the narrative and how it will connect to the MCU.
‘WandaVision' is a safe bet that the audience will be riveted as they try to connect the dots and discover the deeper significance of the couple's world.
The White Vision Has Disappeared!
This does not rule out the possibility of these characters appearing in future MCU productions. At the very least, we have confirmation that SWORD's reconstructed White Vision is still alive. When Wanda recreated Vision, she was able to access the memories that had been locked up in his counterpart's head since their time together.
Until he was slain in Avengers: Infinity War, this Vision had no recollection of anything prior to that point. There may be more to this story than just recovering our past selves, as time passes. As the White Vision from Marvel Comics demonstrated, this Vision is a cold, soulless entity.
Wanda's Vision pointed out that White Vision isn't the original Vision because he lacks the empathy and emotional complexity that characterize this unique synthezoid entity in the Ship of Theseus thought experiment. The chemicals and memories are there, but humanity is still absent. Whether White Vision can regain that humanity over the course of time and experience is an open topic.
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