When it wrapped up back in March, Marvel’s first Disney+ original series, WandaVision, left fans with a lot of questions regarding how the series would eventually connect to the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Now, it appears Marvel has updated the show’s post-credit scene to (kind of) include a certain Master of the Mystic Arts.
- The post-credit scene from WandaVision features Wanda using the powerful book known as the Darkhold to practice dark magic when she hears the voices of her children calling for her help.
- The scene opens with a look at a mountainside before zooming in to the small cabin where Wanda seems to now be living.
- Originally, this was all there was to see in the scene and there was no mention or nod to the involvement of any other characters.
- Now though, it appears Marvel has updated this final scene to include an astral projection of some sort levitating while making its way down to the cabin.
- Admittedly, it’s nearly impossible to catch in photos, but it you keep your eye on the upper left area of the screen from the 45:49 mark in the series finale, you can see this figure making its way toward the cabin.
- Of course, we have no way of knowing for sure what this figure is exactly at this moment, but given Wanda’s inclusion in the upcoming Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, it seems more than likely this astral projection is that of the Sorcerer Supreme.
- That theory is furthered by the presence of an altered version of the theme from Doctor Strange that has also been added to the scene when we see Wanda practicing her dark magic.
- In fact, composer Michael Giacchino’s “Doctor Strange Theme” is now credited in the episode as well.
- The darker, slowed down version of that theme implies that Wanda is a counter of sort to Strange’s magic and the Sorcerer Supreme may be keeping tabs on her as a potential threat.
- We’ll have to wait and see exactly how this plays out when Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness comes to theaters on March 25, 2022.
You can watch all nine episodes of WandaVision on Disney+ now.