With WandaVision wrapping up last week, many have been talking about what the series finale means for Wanda, Vision, and their influence in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. While – SPOILERS AHEAD – WandaVision ended with Wanda saying goodbye to her two rapidly-aging children and Vision, a new rumor suggests that we haven’t seen the last of Wanda and Vision together.
In a Patreon post on Daniel Richtman’s Patreon page, the gossip writer says that Vision and Wanda will get back together in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. To be fair, this seems like a pretty obvious likelihood, considering how WandaVision ended, and considering how death is not all that final with comic book logic.
If anything, the series finale of WandaVision seemed to imply that Wanda might be spending the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase Four trying to reunite her family. The show’s final moments showed Wanda’s Scarlet Witch hearing the voices of her two sons screaming for their mother, so it looks as though this will likely set Wanda on a journey that will have dire consequences within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But it will be even easier for Wanda to reunite with Vision.
Also in the final episode, the real Vision met White Vision, a version of himself crafted by S.W.O.R.D. Before White Vision flew off to only Kevin Feige knows where, the real Vision seemed to have implanted all of his memories in the White Vision. With the exception of his color, it looks as though White Vision basically has all the thoughts and memories that made Vision who he is. Eventually, it makes sense that Wanda would likely run into this Vision (why White Vision didn’t immediately go to Wanda in the final episode is also unclear), and possibly have a happy ending, even if the original Vision now looks to be dead and gone.
There are even more opportunities to bring back the dead, with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness planning to explore the multiverse, and Spider-Man: No Way Home also looking to deal in alternate dimensions. This has already made death sort of a nonissue within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Sure, Thanos might kill half of all living things at the end of Avengers: Infinity War, but it only takes an Avengers: Endgame to bring everyone back. WandaVision even showed Wanda’s brother, Pietro, coming back from the dead or “recast.” Hell, we’ve already seen Vision die three times!
But WandaVision also ended with the supposedly inevitable belief that Wanda and Vision would unite again at some point in the future. Vision says that they’ve said “goodbye” to each other so many times, that it seems likely they will say “hello” to each other once more. The Marvel Cinematic Universe has already shown many times that the studio will rarely make a decision that they can’t take back later on down the road. Characters that have died multiple times are starring in their own Disney+ shows now, and death has been reversed by a single snap. Now that WandaVision has concluded, and audiences are even more invested in the relationship between Wanda and Vision, it makes perfect sense that they will be reunited at some point in the future once more.