Unused WandaVision Dialogue Would Have Featured Wanda Shaming Deceased Character

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WandaVision's eighth episode has got to be the most depressing entry in the series and a couple of days removed after its premiere, a lot of fans are still carrying the emotional weight of the said episode which revolves around Wanda Maximoff's tragic past and the trauma she's been dealing with all these years.

Previously On gave us a clearer view and better understanding of what Maximoff had to go through during her formative years in Sokovia, as well as the Hydra experiment conducted by Strucker and Vision's demise that is safe to say may have scarred her for life.

Fans have been raving about Elizabeth Olsen's acting in the previous episode which according to them is more than enough to land her an Emmy nomination later this year. Episode 8 featured arguably some of the most painful dialogues and sequences we've seen in the Marvel Cinematic Universe but apparently, the original storyboard for the episode was much more intense.

A leaked storyboard from Episode 8 features a number of scenes from the S.W.O.R.D. headquarters that didn't make it to the final cut. Shockingly enough, one panel from the said storyboard sees Wanda throwing major shade at the deceased Tony Stark, saying: "I'm sick of everyone acting like Tony Stark is the only person we lost. Like he's the only Avenger there ever was."

Maximoff later references Natasha and how she didn't get the proper funeral, unlike Tony. "Too bad, then, if you're Natasha, but at least she was flesh and blood, right? But where are the memorials for Vision? No moving tributes for the synthezoid?" Check out the full storyboard here:


It's unclear why the show's writers ended up leaving out the said scene but it proves that Wanda still carries her resentment of Stark even after he died. I wouldn't exactly blame her for feeling the way she did because not everyone understood the things she lost. If anything, I feel sorry for Wanda because she felt so alone that she resorted to creating her own reality as an escape. It's tragic.


WandaVision's finale episode will premiere this Friday on Disney+.

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