Two major Wanda and Vision scenes are shown in stunning WandaVision art. WandaVision was the first MCU streaming series to premiere on Disney+ this year. Wanda Maximoff’s (Elizabeth Olsen) trauma was explored in the limited series following the death of her brother Pietro (Aaron-Taylor Johnson) in Avengers: Age of Ultron and Vision’s two deaths in Avengers: Infinity War.
Wanda’s years of unresolved trauma combined with her strong chaos magic proved to be a deadly combination when she survived Thanos’ snap, resulting in the construction of the Westview hex.
Wanda’s hex allowed her to live in a fantasy world based on her favourite American comedies, complete with Vision as a devoted husband and father, and their twin sons Billy (Julian Hilliard) and Tommy (Julian Hilliard) (Jett Klyne). WandaVision’s major opponent was always Wanda’s grief, but with the memorable remark “What is grief, if not love persevering?” Vision let Wanda address her sadness without shame.
WandaVision was successful in capturing Wanda’s sorrow in all of its forms. From her obvious denial of what was really going on in Westview to her anger when Monica forced her to face reality, she eventually came to terms with the fact that she had to let Vision and her family go once more. Wanda was understandably upset at the chance of making the love of her life. Wanda was always accepted and loved for who she was by Vision.
WandaVision was able to capture Wanda’s sadness in all of its various forms. From her obvious denial of what was really going on in Westview to her rage when Monica forced her to face reality, she eventually came to terms with the fact that she had to let Vision and her family go yet again.
Wanda was understandably upset by the loss of her life partner. Wanda was always accepted and loved for who she was, thanks to Vision.