3 WandaVision theories that will blow your mind

Countless details, a million possibilities, but who really is the villain? Here's what we know so far! Beware, spoilers may be included.


Whether you’re a die-hard Marvel fan or this show built your interest in the MCU, we can all agree that WandaVision is one of the most interesting shows ever.

Just as Taylor Swift does with her easter eggs, with this show we get to be Sherlock Holmes and analyze every episode coming out every Friday since its premiere on January 15. Without actually knowing who the real villain is, we can theorize a little. So here are three theories that will blow you away.

Beware, some spoilers are included.

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Agatha Harkness: The real identity of Agnes

Everyone’s favorite character is Agnes. Funny, relaxed, has the best gossips in the neighborhood. But there’s just one weird thing: She has no real-world identity.

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Her birthday is on June 2nd, which is a major day when talking about the Salem Witch Trials. Let’s not even begin with her witch Halloween costume, which makes everything more obvious.

She seems to be pushing Wanda to her limits, trying to see if she can actually raise from death, and even seems to know she’s living in a fake reality. She accused Monica of not having a husband, children, or a house to raise suspicion but we never get to see her house or anything of her life at all.

As we saw during episode 5, when Vision “wakes her up” she seems to fake that moment and is the only character able to move or talk. At the same time, she’s the only one who seems to be there when Wanda needs her, was the first one who made contact, and has a lot of control over her. Just like a mentor would.

Why would Agnes know the truth? Maybe S.W.O.R.D. is giving her inside information and even helped her get into the hex. I think she is both an antagonist and ally but is mostly there to see what the Scarlet Witch is capable of but who knows if she is giving info on Wanda to Mephisto and telling him her weaknesses. Only time will tell.

Vision is now Ultron

I know it sounds crazy, but hear me out on this one. In the last episode, we zoom into Vision’s eye and get right into the credits. They are so similar to Ultron’s creation scene. Let’s remember that all Ultron wanted was to be in Vision’s body to have his strength. Maybe the remains of his software remain inside of Vision and are back there patiently waiting to be unleashed. Without the infinity stone, he remains in the perfect place to return.

One of the things Ultron HATES is humans, which I don’t blame him, but most exactly when they do things for their selfish reasons. Vision doesn’t seem to agree with Wanda’s plans for Westview and deep down is scared not to be able to save the town. Maybe we’ll see a bit crazy Vision caused due to his programming. Hopefully in the close-future, we get to see one of the best villains again.

Ultron Peace With Quiet
‘Avengers: Age Of Ultron’ Clip

Pietro is actually Mephisto

As we saw during episode 5, Pietro magically appears in Westview. Pietro isn’t the one we were introduced in Age Of Ultron, rather Quicksilver from X-Men. Although this is an amazing cameo, who really is this Pietro? And how come Wanda didn’t know about his arrival?

Some clues seem to point out that he could be one evil villain we haven’t met all along. All of his dialogue seems to have something to do with hell and demons. One of Wanda’s twins, Billy, has psychic powers and has no trust in his beloved uncle. Could be that when Wanda used her magic to conceive her twins, she might’ve also accidentally called him.

But what really raises questions is when the Art Director of Playstation’s God Of War posted this drawing. I don’t know about you guys, but the face seems similar to our new Pietro.

It makes complete sense that he is WandaVision’s villain because in the comics Mephisto drives the Scarlet Witch insane, tries to kill Hawkeye, and even did some interesting changes to the personal timelines for Peter Parker. Could this be the introduction to our MCU Phase Four villain?

But either way, what do you think? Will Friday’s episode solve most of our questions? Tell us what you think in the comments down below or tweet us at @UnitedByPop.

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