Marvel and Disney+ tend to change some of the details of their already-aired shows to accommodate the new rules of the game. How else, imminent premiere Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness it also had a direct impact on the first series at home. WandaVision, with Scarlet Witch, who stars in the latest film alongside the Sorcerer Supreme, experienced a second change. At least what we know.

With the opening footage of the latest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the final post-credits scene WandaVision added a new character. Logically, it was the ghost version of Doctor Strange. Or at least it was intuitive. Released almost two years ago, the sequel to the story of the Sorcerer Supreme was still far from being considered. It was a way to close the circle created by both heroes.

Now also through the user Reddit with a very quick glance, there was another change in WandaVision. Specifically, in one of the episodes of the series based on sitcom Malcolm in the Middle. Wanda, in the English version, referred to her husband as Vision in the introduction to the program, with changes for each of the chapters. Now and after the first episodes Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madnesshe refers to it only as a Vision.

Why did this change happen? WandaVision? The truth is that it is not clear and there is no theory for this sudden change. Small, yes, but the tradition of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is such that no detail is left to chance. And except for one, which was filmed more than two years after the premiere. WandaVision and coincided with the world premiere Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness.

WandaVision and the new Strange movie are closely related. The former opened the door to Scarlet Witch’s newly unleashed powers, becoming one of the most powerful characters in Marvel history. Also to the idea of ​​good and evil and the transition from the hero to the gray scale that life itself suggests. The second is a multiverse-style premiere, which has already begun with Loki D Spiderman: No Way Home. Sharing the screen almost like partners, the two Avengers sealed their fate forever in what is now the new era, or Phase 4, of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Not as a hero, not as a 100% villain.

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