5 Questions ‘Wandavision’ Left Unanswered

WandaVision told Wanda Maximoff and Vision’s story of love, grief, and strength over its nine-episode season while introducing various new characters and storylines. The Marvel show resolved Wanda’s Westview Hex in the finale, but it also left a few plots open-ended. 

Here are five questions WandaVision left unanswered. 

Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany in 'WandaVision'
Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany in ‘WandaVision’ | Marvel Studios/Disney+

What happened to White Vision at the end of ‘WandaVision’?

In the finale of WandaVision, The Hex’s Vision (Paul Bettany) helps White Vision remember who he is. White Vision flies out of Westview and is not seen again.

We still don’t know where he went or what he plans to do. But there are plenty of theories as to when he may show up again.

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After regaining his old memories, he is likely looking for Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen). And now that we know Wanda is in Doctor Strange and Multiverse of Madness, there is a chance White Vision will appear in the film as well. 

2. Who is Jimmy Woo’s missing person? 

In episode 4 of WandaVision, “We Interrupt This Program,” Jimmy Woo (Randall Park) runs into  Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) while investigating a missing person case in Westview. He tells Monica that he is looking for someone who was in the witness protection program. 

The show ended without revealing the identity of this person. But according to WandaVision director Matt Shakman, fans may find out who he/she is soon. “In terms of the missing person, there’s an answer for that and, you know, hang in there,” he told ComicBook.com.

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3. Where did Monica Rambeau go at the end of the ‘WandaVision’ finale?

In the WandaVision finale mid-credits scene, an agent meets with Monica and reveals herself as a Skrull. “I was sent by an old friend of your mother’s,” she says. “He heard you’ve been grounded. He’d like to meet with you.” 

The Skrull then suggests that this “he” lives up in the sky somewhere. There is a good chance Monica is being summoned by Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) because in Spider-Man: Far From Home, he was on a space station using Skrull agents to talk to Peter Parker (Tom Holland). And this WandaVision scene may just be a setup for the Nick Fury Secret Invasion series coming to Disney+.

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What happened to Darcey Lewis?

Dr. Darcey Lewis (Kat Dennings) teams up with Jimmy and Monica after being called in by S.W.O.R.D. She ends up in the Hex and then teams up with Vision to help save Westview. 

But Darcey is only seen for a brief moment in the finale. And later, when the Hex is lifted, Monica tells Jimmy that Darcey left without saying goodbye and notes that she said, “debriefs are for the week.” 

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While we don’t know why Darcey left in such a rush or where she went, we know that she’ll reappear in upcoming Marvel projects. In an interview with Extra TV, Kat Dennings teased, “There are some things I’ve done for Marvel that are coming out that are not this (WandaVision or Thor: Love and Thunder), but I probably can’t say.”

What’s going on with Wanda in the ‘WandaVision’ finale post-credits scene?

In the final WandaVision post-credits scene, Wanda reads the Darkhold — the magic book Agatha told her about — while another version of her is sipping tea. And as she turns the pages, she hears the voices of her children crying for help.

It’s unclear where Wanda or her children are. But there are parts of the scene that foreshadow the superhero’s appearance in Doctor Strange and Multiverse of Madness

In the finale, Agatha suggests Wanda is stronger than the Sorcerer Supreme, a callback to Doctor Strange’s world. And in the first Doctor Strange film, Dr. Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) learns magic while sleeping, similar to how Wanda absorbs the Darkhold’s knowledge. 

Hopefully, in the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe projects, including The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki, and Ms. Marvel — fans will get answers to all the questions WandaVision left them with.