‘WandaVision’ Finale Post Credits Scenes Explained
The WandaVision series finale played out like the ending of a Marvel movie. Not only did it feature epic fight scenes and a few emotional goodbyes, but it also left fans with two epic teasers. Here’s a breakdown of the WandaVision final post-credits scenes and what they might mean for the Scarlet Witch and Monica Rambeau.
[Spoiler alert: This article contains spoilers for the series finale (Episode 9) of WandaVision.]
The ‘WandaVision’ ending left fans with plenty of questions
In the WandaVision finale, Agatha Harkness (Kathryn Hahn) tries to siphon Wanda’s (Elizabeth Olsen) powers but is defeated when Wanda places symbols of the ruin on the Hex. As the newly emerged Scarlet Witch, Wanda puts a spell on Agatha and makes her believe she is the nosy neighbor version of Agnes from Westview.
Meanwhile, Wanda’s Vision (Paul Bettany) goes head-to-head with S.W.O.R.D.’s White Vision (also Paul Bettany) and eventually gets him to remember who he is. White Vision flies away, and after Wanda decides to take down the Hex, her Vision helps her say goodbye to him and their twins.
When the Hex disappears, Wanda is left standing in the empty plot once meant to be her forever home with Vision. She apologizes to Monica (Teyonah Parris) and flies out of Westview.
Jimmy Woo, who is now in charge of the Westview recovery operations, has S.W.O.R.D. Director Tyler Hayward (Josh Stamberg) arrested. Later, Monica tells him that Darcey (Kat Dennings) — who only appears for a moment in the episode — left because she thinks “debriefs are for the week.”
This ending left fans with a ton of questions like: Where is White Vision? What happened to Darcey? And what will come of Agatha Harkness? Hopefully, viewers will find answers in the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe projects.
The first ‘WandaVision’ post-credits scene sets up Monica Rambeau’s future storyline
In the first WandaVision post-credits scene, an agent asks Monica to follow her to the movie theater for a briefing. But once inside, she reveals herself to be Skrull.
“I was sent by an old friend of your mother’s,” she tells Monica. “He heard you’ve been grounded. He’d like to meet with you.”
When Monica asks where “he” is, the Skrull points to the sky. Knowing that Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) was on board a space station using Skrull agents to talk to Peter Parker (Tom Holland) in Spider-Man: Far From Home, he may be the one summoning Monica. This scene might just be a setup for the new Nick Fury-centered Secret Invasion series coming to Disney+.
The second ‘WandaVision’ post-credits scene is a little harder to decipher
In the second WandaVision post-credits teaser, Wanda is sitting on the porch of a cabin in a remote mountainous area. As she brews and sips her tea, we see that the real Wanda, in full Scarlet Witch attire, is voraciously reading the Darkhold — the book of magic Agatha mentions in the finale. But as she turns the pages, Wanda hears the voice of her sons crying out for help.
This scene is a little harder to decipher because it’s unclear if and where Wanda’s twin boys exist. However, this scene does hint at Wanda’s appearance in Doctor Strange and Multiverse of Madness.
As seen in the first Doctor Strange film, Stephen Strange learns magic while sleeping, similar to what Wanda is doing with the Darkhold. And in the finale, Agatha told Wanda she was more powerful than the Sorcerer Supreme, also a callback to Doctor Strange.
Hopefully, with upcoming MCU series like The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki, and Ms. Marvel, fans will get a clearer picture of what all of this really means. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier hits Disney+ on March 19.