“WandaVision” Episode 7 Review

The first step into the phase four of Marvel Cinematic Universe comes in the form of a television show that is immediately set after the events of Avengers Endgame. Disney+ announced earlier last year that they are working on a plethora of shows that would connect to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and would surely increase the setting of it.







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The first step into phase four of Marvel Cinematic Universe comes in the form of a television show that is immediately set after the events of Avengers Endgame. Disney+ announced earlier last year that they are working on a plethora of shows that would connect to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and would surely increase the setting of it.

So far 10 shows have been announced and put on schedule to air in the window between the Marvel films. WandaVision marks the very first show to do so. It will be followed by Falcon and The Winter Soldier, Black Widow, Loki, Shang Chi, Ms. Marvel, Hawkeye, The Eternals, and Spider-Man 3 which is currently under production. All of these Marvel entities are slated to drop this year.

 

The seventh episode of currently the biggest show on planet Earth just dropped on Disney+ which revealed what fans have been speculating all along. Let us take a look at what this week’s episode had to offer us.

Episode 7: With only two more episodes remaining in the series, this episode starts with wanda trying to calm herself down after maximizing the stretch of her powers by expanding the boundaries of Westview. But her twins are notoriously evil as they are extremely hard to manage but help comes in the form of Agnes who takes the twins over to her house so Wanda can relax and enjoy a bit of my time.

On the outside of Westview, the SWORD agents come up with a plan to infiltrate the facility by barging in with an overpowered car. But that plan fails miserably. So Monica decides to go in all by herself which she succeeds in. After locating Wanda she tries to calm her and tell her to stop whatever she is doing with people in here. Her confrontation almost led Wanda to change her mind as Agnes intervened and took her into her house.

Upon reaching the house Wanda realizes that the twins have gone missing, so she asks Agnes where are they? Agnes tells her that they might be in the basement. This statement lures Wanda straight into a trap as she descends into the basement to look for the boys only to find out that the basement was bewitched with mystical powers and roots of many sorts of plants creeping out of the darkroom of the basement.

Agnes shows up the next moment telling her that she is no other than “Agatha Harkness” the infamous witch who is responsible for most of the nefarious and notorious acts committed in the town. Acts like Pietro’s appearance and Sparky’s death.







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