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TV fans convinced iconic character is ‘coming back from the dead’ after gruesome death


Elizabeth Olsen and Kathryn Hahn in WandaVision

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TV fans have absolutely no doubt in their minds that a character who seemingly suffered a horrible death on screen is being primed for a resurrection in an exciting return.

In 2021, WandaVision took the world by storm when it became the first TV series to be released by Marvel Studios, with many people hailing it as one of the studio’s best ever releases.

The show – which followed Wanda Maximoff, aka Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany) in the aftermath of Avengers: Endgame – introduced viewers to a brand new character in the MCU: the conniving witch Agatha Harkness (Kathryn Hahn).

Given the popularity of Agatha as a villain who audiences can’t help but love, it came as a huge delight when it was revealed that she was getting her very own spin-off series titled Agatha All Along, which is set to come out on Disney Plus later this year.

The last time that fans saw Wanda was when she appeared in the 2022 film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which saw her resort to extremely dark and deadly means to try and see her children Billy (Julian Hilliard) and Tommy (Jett Klyne) again.

By the end of the movie, she realises the error of her ways and sacrifices herself by destroying a castle and causing it to come crashing down on top of her, resulting in a truly gruesome death.

Agatha was secretly pulling the strings in WandaVision while pretending to be the ‘nosy neighbour’ Agnes (Picture: Marvel Studios)

After saying goodbye to her children Billy and Tommy in WandaVision, Wanda strives to be reunited with them by any means necessary in Doctor Strange 2 (Picture: Jay Maidment/Marvel Studios)

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But did she really die?

Following the release of Doctor Strange 2, there were fans who speculated – and hoped – that this wasn’t really the end for Wanda.

Now, clues in the brand new trailer for Agatha All Along appear to have hinted that a comeback for Wanda is indeed on the cards.

At the start of the teaser, Agatha – who now appears to be working as a detective – comes across a body dubbed ‘Jane Doe’, who died by ‘blunt force trauma’.

On closer inspection, the fingers of the deceased woman’s body have been tarnished black, which is what happened to Wanda when she was using the Darkhold, otherwise known as the Book of the Damned.

Agatha was revealed to be a powerful witch in the first MCU TV series before she was stripped of her powers (Picture: Courtesy of Marvel Studios)

She meets several new characters in her new spin-off, including Aubrey Plaza’s Rio Vidal (Picture: Marvel Television)

When Agatha examines the body again at a morgue, which is located in Westview (where WandaVision took place), a name suddenly appears on a paper in …read more

Source:: Metro

      

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