‘WandaVision’: 6 Questions We Still Need Answered After the Finale

WandaVision Elizabeth Olsen 2021

[Warning: The below contains MAJOR spoilers for the first season of WandaVision.]

WandaVision, which dropped its season finale on March 5, answered a lot of questions — but it also left fans hanging with some major loose threads.

From Wanda’s (Elizabeth Olsen) next move to Vision’s (Paul Bettany) whereabouts, we break down the 6 things we need answered, whether in a possible second season, or in Marvel’s upcoming projects. If you have yet to binge the series, it might be better to turn back now — we’re heading into spoiler territory.

WandaVision, Streaming now, Disney+

wandavision white vision paul bettany

Where did White Vision go?

When the weaponized corpse of Vision — referred to as White Vision — enters Westview, he’s an antagonist hellbent on executing Hayward’s (Josh Stamberg) instructions to eliminate Wanda. During the final finale battle between the two Visions, they share a brief moment where Wanda’s version helps White Vision regain the hidden memories from his past. After being enlightened, he flies away from Westview, but where is he going? It’s more than likely he’ll turn up in the future, it’s just a matter of when and where.

wandavision randall park jimmy woo

Who was Jimmy Woo's witness?

At the beginning of the series, FBI agent Jimmy Woo (Randall Park) tells Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) how the Westview anomaly was discovered, noting that he had come to check up on someone in the witness protection program who had seemingly disappeared. Woo never reveals who this witness is, but we’re dying to know if it’s someone we’ve already seen. We’re (maybe) looking at you, Ralph Bohner (Evan Peters‘ “Pietro”).

wandavision evan peters ralph bohner

Is the Multiverse open yet?

If Peters’ character really is just Ralph Bohner (the Westview neighbor who was living in the house Agatha Harkness, played by Kathryn Hahn, took over), that would eliminate an obvious possibility that the Multiverse is open. Since Peters portrays the X-Men’s Quicksilver, his presence in WandaVision hinted at the potential for a Multiverse crossover, but with his finale identity reveal, it’s unclear if the Multiverse is open quite yet. Thankfully, we know it’s coming with a movie like Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness on the horizon.

Monica Rambeau Teyonah Parris WandaVision

Where is Monica going?

During one of the end credit sequences, Monica is taken aside by an unnamed S.W.O.R.D. agent who reveals themselves to be a Skrull. They tell Monica that an old friend of her mother’s heard she was grounded and wants to meet with her. When Monica asks where that is, the Skrull points upwards, hinting at someplace out of this world. Knowing what we do of Monica’s mother and her connection to Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) and Captain Marvel (Brie Larson), she’s likely to be meeting the former Director of S.H.I.E.L.D..

Wandavision Kathryn Hahn Agatha Harkness

Will we see Agatha again?

She’s definitely evil, but we love her, and it would be a shame to leave her in Westview forever. Now under the spell of Wanda, the powerful witch has been put in a place where she can be found if needed, and we just hope that’s sooner rather than later. We were only getting started on a deeper dive into Marvel’s magical side.

wandavision elizabeth olsen scarlet witch

What is Wanda's next move?

We leave off with Wanda alone in a mountainside cabin, where she appears to be astral projecting as she studies The Darkhold. What dark things is she learning and what do the voices of her children — which she hears and reacts to — suggest? It’s clear we’ve only scratched the surface of the Scarlet Witch’s story.