Although WandaVision has come to an end and has more or less curled all of its ends, there are still plenty of scrapers left. For example, where has White Vision gone, will it appear again, will Monica be joining Nick Fury’s secret space program and, most importantly, that mind-boggling post-credit scene. Is Wanda aware that she is projecting into the astral or is her alter ego a wicked entity?

In the post-credits scene of the final episode, we saw Wanda living in a serene mountainous area on her own and doing her daily chores. But inside her house, her astral projection, in the form of the Scarlet Witch, crosses the Darkhold. Now Agatha Harkness had strongly implied that by embracing the powers of the Scarlet Witch, Wanda had unleashed something. Was this “something” so powerful that it projected itself into the astral without Wanda knowing what was going on? Well, creator of the series Jac Schaeffer has more or less confirmed what is really happening in the scene.

“I can’t say much. What I can say is that I love duality. I love the real Wanda, sitting on her porch, brewing a cup of tea, making her ruminate and think. And the super lady in the back room who projects the astral and functions on a level that we haven’t figured out yet. I love that. “

While this doesn’t explain the implications of the scene, it does confirm that Wanda is doing all of this on purpose and possibly going through the Darkhold to find a way to bring her children back.

In the final episode, Wanda decided to end the Hex covering Westview and erase her dream life from existence as well, which meant losing Vision and her twins. Even though the end of Wanda and Vision’s story was a real heartbreak, it gave Wanda the chance to properly say goodbye to the person she loves – an opportunity she missed. Avengers: Infinity War .

“All season long, it was like, how does she do that?” How, how, how, how, how? Schaeffer said. “And really, the question is, why? What, in his personality, what in his past, led to this moment? Let’s explore that, unzip that, and look at the whole human in front of us. And keep it entertaining, with all the bells and whistles and all the blasty-blasty, all in one thing. “

“I don’t know if she got what she deserved. She has to say goodbye on her own terms. This is what is important to me. Everything she’s been through was forced on her, and things were taken from her. It was all in this frenzied manner and stakes in the universe. She has to make big decisions without having the time to process. This farewell moment is her choice and she has to do it in her own way. This is what she needed to process everything she went through and was accepted. “

By placing characters like Wanda, Agatha, Monica and Darcy at the center of the story, Schaeffer wanted to tell stories that were mostly put aside in superhero franchises and “put authentic women on screen.” .

“It was very important for me to put authentic women on screen. I want to see myself, my friends and my sisters, as well as my mother and my aunts. I want to see nuanced representations of their outer and inner life. For me, personally, this was my first time performing a [writers’] chamber, and it was intimidating to take on a leadership role. But I found myself able to take on the challenge and enjoyed it so much. Everyone was very motivated to move the ball forward in terms of representation and visibility of women and people of color. I am very proud of it. It seemed important and necessary to me, ”she said. All episodes of WandaVision are currently airing on Disney +. The news comes to us via the New York Times

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