WandaVision Video Confirms Fan Theory, See The Evidence

By Douglas Helm | Published

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Marvel’s WandaVision has been one of the best Disney+ MCU shows to date, with plenty of interesting implications for the MCU at large. Plus there was a satisfying storyline for both Elizabeth Olsen’s Wanda and Paul Bettany’s Vision.

However, that doesn’t mean that absolutely every question was answered during the series run.

A deleted scene with Randall Park’s Agent Jimmy Woo confirms a WandaVision fan theory

Fortunately, the physical edition of the series just hit shelves and confirmed a long-standing fan theory through a deleted scene – that Evan Peters’ Ralph Bohner was the missing witness that Randall Park’s Agent Jimmy Woo was following up on. Check it out:


This is a fairly small detail in WandaVision and one that some fans might have not even really thought about, but it’s cool to know the writers considered it.

It does make sense that this ended up being a deleted scene since the added context of Ralph Bohner’s character and Agent Woo’s presence wasn’t really needed. But for fans who like to look into every little plot detail, it’s definitely something that fills in some gaps.

Other bonus features in the WandaVision Steelbook

In the recently released WandaVision Steelbook, fans can get plenty of bonus features like this, including cast and crew interviews, a blooper reel, and two deleted scenes that include the scene revealing Bohner’s witness status.

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The scene is brief, but it shows Peters’ Ralph Bohner cutting off his ankle bracelet with bolt cutters. The other deleted scene is less important narratively, showing Kathryn Hahn’s Agatha briefly flirting with a police officer.

WandaVision played quite an interesting trick with Evan Peters, as they had him playing the role of Quiksilver aka Wanda’s brother Pietro.

WandaVision played a cool trick with Evan Peters as Quicksilver instead of Aaron Taylor-Johnson

This was interesting because Peters played the non-MCU version of the character in the recent X-Men films while Aaron Taylor-Johnson portrayed the MCU version in Avengers: Age of Ultron before perishing.

Of course, it was revealed that he was just a regular person living in Westview and that Agatha Harkness was pulling the strings to make him seem like Wanda’s brother.

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WandaVision as a whole had quite a few plot developments that affected the future of the MCU. For one, Wanda the fake world with Vision and her kids led to her accessing the powers of the Darkhold, which led to the events of Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness where Wanda took an evil turn for the worse.

Doctor Strange’s multiverse jumping seemingly caused a lot of trouble, as we see him join Charlize Theron’s Clea to right some wrongs at the end of the movie.

Along with introducing the Darkhold, WandaVision also brought White Vision into the world of the MCU and there’s no telling where he might turn up next. Monica Rambeau also got her powers during this series, and she became a major character in the recent The Marvels film.

Of course, the series also introduced us to Agatha Harkness, who will be getting her own Disney+ series next year with Agatha: Darkhold Diaries.

In short, WandaVision had a lot going on. It’s not surprising that fans are revisiting it and diving into the deleted scenes to see what else can be revealed. If you want to dive in yourself, you can stream the series on Disney+ or pick up the Collector’s Edition 4K Ultra HD Steelbook or the Blu-ray Steelbook.