The following post contains spoilers for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Get mad at us for ruining the movie after this warning, and we’ll stick you in WandaVision’s Hex and make you believe it’s 1950s again.
By far the most controversial element of the new Doctor Strange the sequel is a depiction of Wanda Maximoff, who unexpectedly turns out to be the villainess in the movie. Wanda, played by Elizabeth Olsen, hasn’t always been the most moral character; don’t forget that she was introduced as a villainess in Age of Ultronand she did some pretty bad things in WandaVision too much. But this show seemed to end with the character letting go of his grief and trying to walk away from the death of his family. Then Multiverse of Madness comes and she kills superheroes to get what she wants.
Did Wanda’s storyline work? Has Marvel ruined one of their best characters? This is the topic of our last Doctor Strange video of Ryan Arey and Matt Singer of ScreenCrush along with writer Adam Lance Garcia discussing how Sam Raimi Multiverse of Madness used Wanda, and whether it gave the character a decent farewell or ruined a classic MCU hero. Watch their debate below:
If you liked our video about Wanda’s treatment Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madnesscheck out our other videos below including all the potential plot holes in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and how to explain them, our spoiler review video and our video of what happens next with Wanda after Multiverse of Madness. In addition, there are tons more ScreenCrush YouTube channel. Don’t forget to subscribe so you don’t miss any of our future releases. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness now in cinemas. WandaVision available on Disney+.
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