A few days after the last episode of WandaVision, the creator of the series Jac Schaeffer and director Matt Shackman intervened for tell us about the season finale. The series The Marvel movies broadcast on Disney + it was one of the flagship products of this first part of 2021, and although the first season has ended, it still talks about itself. The rest of the article contains SPOILERS, so we invite you to continue only if you have seen the entire first season.
SPOILER ALERT ON THE WANDAVISION FINAL!
Jac Schaeffer is teasing the fans on the future bond between Scarlet Witch and Agatha Harkens, suggesting that fans haven't seen Agatha and Wanda's last fight. The finale showed us how Scarlet Witch beat her teacher, reversing the initial situation. Eventually, Wanda decided to keep Agatha a prisoner in Westview until she needed her again in the future. It is quite clear that Kathryn Hahn's character is sure to return to the MCU. The creator explained: “There have been a lot of conversations about that kind of thing. It's very difficult to write about supervillains in any of these series because you want them to feel fully realized. In my opinion, the secret is that you have to identify with them. If you can understand their point of view, then you sympathize with them, and therefore it is more complex and you are more involved and this is the way to do it ”.
Jac Schaeffer then explains why the finale did not present an adequate resolution for White Vision. The final episode, aptly named “The Series Finale,” offered a closure for various plot points, but apparently left others pending. However, as WandaVision is part of the MCU, further explanations may come later in other media parts of the franchise. The public questioned WandaVision's decision to ignore where White Vision went, and Schaeffer gave us his point of view: “The point is, he's not her boyfriend. He's not the man she had children with. That's not what it was in the sitcom world with him. He's not the one he said goodbye to on a hill in Wakanda. This is the body and the data. So for my purposes and my work on the show, and what I focus on, where it ends is an afterthought of the story itself. "
WandaVision director Matt Shakman then has confirmed that Marvel Studios had considered bringing Aaron Taylor-Johnson back as Quicksilver early in development: “There have certainly been conversations about bringing Aaron Taylor-Johnson back to the beginning, I think Kevin [Feige] has spoken publicly about it. But it was excluded early enough and we already have Vision from the past, so Agatha is bringing Peter into this world, the false Peter, into this world to further her agenda. And so, being a reformulation, Peter worked at our meta level, but it also made thematic sense when we were talking about pain, which is that pain clouds your judgment, you're willing to believe things you wouldn't have. You're living in this fantasy of "If this is my brother, even if I don't know or feel my brother, I'm willing to accept it because I miss it so much."