The Problem With Wanda’s ‘Doctor Strange’ Storyline

master mentalism tricks

The following post contains spoilers for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of MadnessGet angry at us for spoiling the movie after this warning and we will stick you in the Hex from WandaVision and make you believe it is the 1950s all over again.

By far, the most controversial element of the new Doctor Strange sequel is its depiction of Wanda Maximoff, who turns out to be the film’s surprise villain. Wanda, played by Elizabeth Olsen, hasn’t always been the most morally upstanding character; don’t forget she was introduced as a villain in Age of Ultron, and she did some pretty bad stuff in WandaVision too. But that show seemed to end with the character letting go over her grief and trying to move on from the death of her family. Then Multiverse of Madness comes along and she’s slaughtering superheroes to get what she wants.

Did Wanda’s storyline work? Did Marvel botch one of their best characters? That’s the subject of our latest Doctor Strange video, which features ScreenCrush’s Ryan Arey and Matt Singer, along with writer Adam Lance Garcia, debating how Sam Raimi’s Multiverse of Madness used Wanda, and whether it gave the character a fitting farewell, or ruined an otherwise classic MCU hero. Watch their debate below:

If you liked our video on Wanda’s treatment in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, check out more of our 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 on what happens next for Wanda after Multiverse of Madness. Plus, there’s tons more over at ScreenCrush’s YouTube channel. Be sure to subscribe to catch all our future episodes. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is in theaters now. WandaVision is available on Disney+.

Sign up for Disney+ here.

Every Spider-Man Movie, Ranked From Worst to Best

With great power comes great Spider-Man movies. (Sometimes.)

Read The Full Article Here

trick photography
Teyana Taylor Brought In Chick-Fil-A To The 2023 Met Gala
Trump CAUGHT On Tape! Again!
‘Ted Lasso’ Season 3 Ending Explained: The Fates Of Ted,
Welcome To Plathville Star Olivia Plath Shares Heartbreaking Tribute To
The Pot-au-Feu – first-look review
The Secret Meaning of ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol
New ‘Indiana Jones’ Trailer Explains What the Dial of Destiny
No Preview
Michael Cera Joins Wes Anderson’s Next Movie Cast
Fall 2023 TV Schedule: Your Guide to the Complete Lineup
The Dancing Detective: A Deadly Tango: Lacey Chabert & Will
Justified: City Primeval Trailer: Raylan Givens Is Back, and We
Did ‘Yellowjackets’ Just Make Most of Its Characters Irredeemable?
Nicole Zignago Reveals Her Favorite Peruvian Slang
Arlo Parks shares new single “Pegasus” with Phoebe Bridgers: Stream
Little Hurt Shares “I Can Do Better Than You” Video
Big Boi Throws First Pitch for Atlanta Braves’ Outkast Night
‘Queen Charlotte’ Pulls Off the Finest ‘Bridgerton’ Finale Yet
How to Remove Pilling From Clothes — Shop the 4
How the “Queen Charlotte” Wedding Ring Compares to That of
I Love Designer Shoes, But My Wallet Doesn’t—20 High-Street Pairs
‘The Clearing’ Review: New Hulu Series Delivers Cult Terror
No Preview
Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross Will Score
Jyrki 69 of Goth’N’Roll Band The 69 Eyes On His
Geno McGahee & Gregory Hatanaka Release Trailers & Poster Art
A Teacher and Healer Unveils How Past Hardship Can Be
Healing My Relationship With Self-Help Books
Interview with Sara Samuels, Author of Timeborne
Interview with Jason Ostendorf, Author of Nonbinary