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If WandaVision season 2 does get a green light, though, it likely wouldn't premiere until late 2022 or even 2023. Photo: Oracle Globe

WandaVision has finally come to an end on Disney Plus and while it didn’t quite live up to the lofty expectations of some fans (no Reed Richards cameo, sorry), it certainly generated a lot of conversation across its two-month run, said Radio Times.

Social media was abuzz with theories and speculation every Friday without fail, so it’s no surprise that many are keen for the show to return with another batch of mysteries and teases.

Unfortunately, it looks like we’ll be waiting a little while for any concrete word on WandaVision’s future, as producer Kevin Feige was rather cryptic during Disney’s presentation at the Television Critics Association (via Collider).

He said: “Some of the shows that I mentioned that we are about to start filming, we are keeping in mind a structure that would lead into a season two or a season three in a more direct way compared to a show like WandaVision which clearly goes into a feature.”

The movie he refers to is next year’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which is set to pick up on some of the plot threads left unresolved in the series finale – but the second season of WandaVision is by no means off the table.

Feige added: “I’ve been at Marvel for too long to say a definite no or a definite yes to anything.”

Read on for everything we know so far about a potential second season of WandaVision,

WandaVision Season 2: Release date

WandaVision season 2 hasn't been confirmed, and Elizabeth Olsen is currently filming Doctor Strange 2 so, if it were to make a TV comeback, don't expect new episodes until late 2022 at the absolute earliest, according to Digital Spy.

Paul Bettany has also been cast as a lead alongside The Crown's Claire Foy in BBC drama A Very British Scandal, which Sarah Phelps (Dublin Murders, The Pale Horse) is writing – so he'll be tied up with that.

The narrative will follow the divorce of the Duke (Bettany) and Duchess of Argyll (Foy), a notorious legal case on the 20th century.

Unless you happen to have some awesome reality-bending powers at your disposal. And if that's the case, what are you waiting for? We need new episodes ASAP!

WandaVision Season 2: Casts

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Photo: Digital Spy

Given how much reality fluctuates in WandaVision, it's impossible to say just yet who will definitely return in season two.

With the show's finale appearing to wipe everyone who was tied specifically to Westview – including Wanda's version of Vision and their two children – it's hard to say.

It would really all depend on what storyline would play out in the new episodes, but for now here's a list of all the major players who could return in a hypothetical season two:

  • Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch

  • Paul Bettany as Vision/White Vision

  • Debra Jo Rupp as Mrs Hart

  • Fred Melamed as Arthur Hart

  • Kathryn Hahn as Agnes /Agatha Harkness

  • Teyonah Parris as Monica Rambeau/Photon

  • Kat Dennings as Darcy Lewis

  • Randall Park as Jimmy Woo

  • Emma Caulfield as Dottie Jones

  • Evan Peters as Fake Pietro

  • Ithamar Enriquez as Commercial Man

  • Victoria Blade as Commercial Woman

It's also possible that Aaron Taylor-Johnson may reprise the role of Quicksilver at some stage now that Evan Peters' Pietro has been outed as an imposter.

During a previous interview with Esquire, Paul Bettany teased that another popular Marvel character could appear at the end of season one, and therefore a potential second season as well. Fans were in a tizzy trying to decipher who it might have been, with Benedict Cumberbatch being a popular choice.

It was wondered whether he would pop up at the end of WandaVision to set up his own movie sequel, which Elizabeth is set to return in, but Paul suggested that it might not have been the case.

WandaVision Season 2: Will Quicksilver return to the MCU?

It seems unlikely that Evan Peters will return to the MCU given that his Fake Pietro (aka Fietro) was revealed to be simply a burned-out Westview resident by the name of Ralph Bohner. Seriously.

When Peters made his first appearance in the series, fans excitedly began speculating that Marvel Studios could be crossing over its cinematic universe with that of Fox’s X-Men franchise.

The American Horror Story star played Quicksilver in three X-Men films and scored a humorous cameo in Deadpool 2, but it appears his tenure in the role is over.

Of course, Quicksilver could still return to the MCU in the future if Kevin Feige can persuade Aaron Taylor-Johnson to reprise the role, but there’s been no indication of that happening so far.

WandaVision Season 2: Where is White Vision?

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Photo: Digital Spy

One of the biggest unresolved storylines from WandaVision season 1 involves White Vision. In the finale episode, White Vision (made from Vision's vibranium body) faces off against Vision (the one created by Wanda's power).

Wanda's Vision successfully uses philosophy to neutralize White Vision, then gives him all of his memories. White Vision then flies off and his whereabouts remain unknown by the end of the episode.

But there's no way that that's the end of White Vision's story. Here is a powerful vibranium android, with all of Vision's memories, flying around somewhere.

If we do get a WandaVision season 2, perhaps Wanda and White Vision will meet again. Could they fall in love, even though White Vision doesn't bear the Mind Stone? That would definitely be an interesting test of the Ship of Theseus thought experiment, Tom's Guide cited.

WandaVision Season 2: What will it be about?

Some fans had speculated a huge cliffhanger setting the stage for Doctor Strange 2 – and perhaps even a cameo appearance from the Sorcerer Supreme himself – but alas, neither turned out to be true.

Instead, we got a relatively neat resolution to the events of the Hex, with the citizens of Westview finally released from their captive state and Wanda exiling herself to a remote cabin in the wilderness.

There she is shown to be studying from the Darkhold, a sinister text that holds within it information that could help Wanda master her powers – and maybe even bring back her family.

Indeed, in the WandaVision post-credits scene, we briefly hear Wanda’s twin sons calling for help, which suggests that they still exist somewhere in the Marvel multiverse despite the Hex being destroyed.

That will be exciting for comic book fans, as Wanda and Vision’s children grow up to become the teen superheroes Wiccan and Speed in the source material, both being prominent members of the Young Avengers.

The arrival of the youth-oriented superhero team seems imminent after some telling recent casting announcements, including Hailee Steinfeld as Kate Bishop and Kathryn Newton as Cassie Lang.

Therefore, it’s likely the characters of Billy and Tommy will reappear elsewhere in some capacity, although it’s possible the current child actors could be replaced by older choices.

The series has also introduced a number of other intriguing new details to the MCU, particularly regarding Wanda’s powers originating from chaos magic and the fragile control she wields over them.

There is also a big question hanging over what Vision might do next, while some fans still believe that WandaVision may be secretly connected to the genesis of mutants in the MCU.

Expect more reality-warping antics in the near future and we wouldn’t be surprised if Kathryn Hahn’s Agatha Harkness also made a return, given how popular she proved to be with viewers.

There’s no trailer for WandaVision season two just yet as we’re still anxiously awaiting word on whether it will even go ahead, but we could get our first look at Doctor Strange 2 in the near future.

The blockbuster is currently filming in London and aiming for a global launch in March 2022 (assuming cinemas are open by then), so we could get some images from the film over the summer – and perhaps even a trailer in the autumn.

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