You sit down to watch ‘WandaVision’. You should see the MCU from origin to finish in a while because let’s face it, who has time to see 23 films? But you are relaxing and attempting to retrieve where things dropped off. ‘WandaVision’ … Wanda is the witch, right? And Vision is the robot? That’s right. Yep. But then you start to think a little more: Vision … did he die? It is not like this? Yes, you are remembering correctly. Vision died. And how it returns to ‘WandaVision’ is anyone’s guess, but it happened.
But when ‘WandaVision’ responds, things are not only normal, they are positive and elegant! Vision is alive and well! Wanda is living her best life! The pair are jumping through sitcoms and getting into all sorts of wacky stories along the way, with a nosy neighbor, new friends, and some classic comic banter. The first episode is produced in the style of ‘The Dick Van Dyke Show’, and the second is ‘Bewitched’. They both feature Wanda and Vision in classic roles, but with a sufficient hint that something is not quite right. We are not seeing reality, and our two heroes seem to be on the verge of realizing that.
But before you know all of that, you probably want to find out how we got here.
Vision did die in ‘Infinity War’
If you’re wondering how Vision ended up alive and embarked on the wacky superhero comedy in ‘WandaVision,’ an example: A gumball jams his android gears in episode 2, leading to him looking drunk during a magic act. Vision not only died in ‘Infinity War’, but he died twice.
In fact, most of the movie revolved around Vision, and whether he would live or die. As Thanos, the global villain from the first 22 MCU movies, was searching for the Infinity Stones and needed to possess all five to complete his goal of destroying half the life in the Universe, a stone was implanted in Vision’s head. Stone was Tony Stark’s key ingredient in creating a vision in the first place.
But when Thanos’s plan came to an end, Vision suggested to Scarlet Witch, with whom he had become romantically involved, kill him to destroy the stone in his head. She refused and Captain America suggested that they try to remove the stone and destroy it in Wakanda. Ultimately, the only option to stop Thanos was for Scarlet Witch to kill Vision and destroy the stone. Sadly, he went ahead and did it for the good of the world.
But Thanos still had other plans. He used the Time Stone to turn the clock back and ripped the stone from Vision’s head, killing him a second time. Thanos left half the world dead, and Scarlet Witch was one of many erased heroes. Vision’s body, without the mind stone, lay to one side, dead and discolored.
But why is he alive in ‘WandaVision’
Clearly, something is happening in ‘WandaVision’. Vision is not suddenly alive again, without explanation, and the show will eventually respond to what is happening. Here we have three ideas of what could have happened. The following theories, of course, contain some minor spoilers from the first few episodes of ‘WandaVision’.
1) Everything in ‘WandaVision’ is in the head of Scarlet Witch
Wanda has confirmed to be one of the most influential Avengers, and there truly is no boundary to what she can do with her telekinetic talents.
The ‘WandaVision’ episodes so far have a mailer on each one, the first one for a Stark Industries toaster, which of course Wanda has a connection to through Tony. The second had a commercial for a Strucker watch, which was the name of the Hydra officer who held Wanda and her brother, Pietro, prisoners when they first appeared in ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ and ‘Avengers: The It was from Ultron. ‘ These are clear signs that these shows we are watching are something that is going on in Wanda’s head.
There’s also the fact that there are little setbacks in the world of ‘WandaVision’ that keep creeping in. Obviously watching the beekeeper and rewinding is very important. But there’s the “who is doing this to you, Wanda?” from the radio, and there’s also the strange glitch that resembled to be happening when the Vision boss was drowning. Something’s not right, and it seems like Wanda is the one with the most power here.
2) The Wanda and Vision we are seeing are in an alternate dimension.
We know that eventually, the MCU will reach an alternate dimension in ‘Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness’ (and ‘Spider-Man 3’ will likely be heading there as well). Elizabeth Olsen is also slated to appear as Scarlet Witch in Strange’s sequel, so could ‘WandaVision’ be her fast-track ticket to meeting the good Doctor there? It is certainly possible.
3) Someone fixed Vision. After all, it is a robot.
This is not the most likely. But in an interview with Men’s Health, Bettany dropped a pretty subtle – and pretty obvious – hint about Vision. When questioned if he ever thought Vision would return after ‘Infinity War’, he gave an impressive statement.
At that time, no. I think there is always … After all, he’s an android. There are always ways to revive an android. But at the moment, no.
Now, it is most probably the first. But you never know!
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