We all have our theories on what is truly happening in WandaVision. But are they actually spot-on? Showrunner Jac Shaeffer has just acknowledged that although most of them are wrong, there are a few that are correct.
Schaeffer recently spoke to The Hollywood Reporter to promote the Marvel Cinematic Universe series and not surprisingly, she admitted that she enjoys reading all those fan theories that are scattered across the internet.
"It's been so fun, mostly just because it's all - everything is just indicative of fan engagement and that's all you really want, ever, is for people to care and be interested," Schaeffer said.
But are any of these WandaVision theories correct? Schaeffer was quick to point out that "the theorizing is amazing." She then added that although most have missed the mark, there are others that have figured things out.
"The fans are so smart and so dedicated and they come up with such, y'know, amazing notions. A lot of it is accurate, a lot of it is not, there's a lot that's very amusing," Schaeffer said. She continued by stating that she and her team are truly entertained by the fan theories.
"There are a few things here and there that I'm like 'Oh, I didn't mean that but that's really smart.' I'm just gonna go ahead and be like 'I meant that.' And with the writers...we do a lot of sending of the memes and the tweets to each other for our own internal enjoyment and that's been a lot of fun," Schaeffer said.
It's great to know that the WandaVision creative team is impressed with what fans have come up with. For now, it is unclear which theories are correct but the truth will be revealed with every new episode of the MCU series.
The third episode of WandaVision is titled Now in Color and is currently available for streaming on Disney+. Episode 4 will premiere on January 29.