The events of WandaVision come to a head, and the destinies of all who took part are determined. Wanda faces a final showdown against the person who has infiltrated her creation, while Monica and Jimmy fight to protect her as the series closes and Wanda's illusions begin to unravel.
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Tommy Maximoff's disarming of the S.W.O.R.D. agents is a reference to the famous Quicksilver scene from X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014), where Peter Maximoff (Evan Peters) uses his super-speed to subdue the prison guards and escort Magneto (Michael Fassbinder) out of prison. Evan Peters played a version of Quicksilver (Pietro Maximoff in the MCU) in this show. See more
At three minutes Wanda throws the car into Agnes and crashes it into the house. She walks up to the wreckage and looks into the front window. In the glass she sees a reflection of the white Vision descending behind her. But she is standing at an angle to the glass, so the actual Vision reflected in the glass should be approaching from Wanda's left, and she should turn to her left to see him. But she looks over her right shoulder and sees him directly behind her. That is not how actual reflections work. See more
Boys, handle the military. Mommy will be right back.
There is a scene in the closing credits: Monica Rambeau is contacted by a Skrull alien to meet a common ally. This leads into Captain Marvel II
(2022). See more
References Avengers: Age of Ultron