WandaVision: 5 huge predictions for the finale

Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff in Marvel Studios’ WANDAVISION. Photo by Chuck Zlotnick. ©Marvel Studios 2021. All Rights Reserved.
Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff in Marvel Studios’ WANDAVISION. Photo by Chuck Zlotnick. ©Marvel Studios 2021. All Rights Reserved. /
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Kathryn Hahn as Agatha Harkness in Marvel Studios’ WANDAVISION. Photo courtesy of Marvel Studios ©Marvel Studios 2021. All Rights Reserved. /

4. Agatha dies after Wanda outpowers her

As much fun seeing Kathryn Hahn as Agnes/Agatha Harkness has been, there is a strong possibility she doesn’t make it out of the finale in one piece or at all. Wanda is seen to have a lot more power than Agatha would even dream of having.

As Agatha states, it took her years to learn something so simple whereas it took Wanda literally minutes or even days to master a simple spell. Now, if Harkness tries to kill her rival and take her power, this would backfire given that Maximoff’s power came from the Mind Stone (or so we’ve been lead to believe).

It’s possible that that Wanda has had her powers all her life and the exposure to the Mind Stone activated them. We know that Agatha is aware of the Infinity Stones and what they can do so it’s possible that she wants to be all-powerful and her attempts to be so backfires and ultimately kills her.

3. We get a bit more context with Monica’s powers and relationship with Carol

One of the biggest revelations we have had come from WandaVision is the apparent breakdown of the once-close relationship between Monica Rambeau and Carol Danvers (who happens to be her godmother and her late mother’s best friend). Every time Captain Marvel is referenced we get an odd reaction from Rambeau.

We also saw Monica gain her powers in Episode 7 though there is possibly more to it than we think. It has been speculated that Monica could have been born with a gene that remains dormant until something comes along, activates it and vóilà! Powers! This would be similar to the predictions that have been made with Wanda. Anyway, moving back to the potential new Avenger, I have a sneaking suspicion that her newfound powers might have something to do with Danvers and her mother.

We know from the Captain Marvel film that Monica’s nickname from Carol was Lieutenant Trouble. It could be possible that, between the movie and the present day, that Captain Marvel and the Rambeaus went on a mission and it backfired which lead to Maria getting sick and perhaps even resulted in Monica obtaining her dormant powers.

For all we know, Monica blames Carol for her mother getting sick and later dying. It might explain why Talos (disguised as Nick Fury) told Peter Parker not to invoke her name during Spider-Man: Far From Home which takes place about seven months after WandaVision. It may also provide some context as to why Carol wasn’t on Earth a lot (which is alluded to when Rhodey questions her about this in Avengers: Endgame).

The full context doesn’t need to be explored as that can be done in Captain Marvel 2, but a little more about Monica and her relationship with Captain Marvel would be an interesting way to set up the movie.