Despite the initial criticism it got from some fans for its lack of action and the "confusing" American sitcom setup, WandaVision, in my view, has been a pretty solid watch since the beginning but it can't be denied that the last two episodes of the hit Disney+ series were on another level.
But if you think the surprises stop there, we still have a few episodes left before the grand finale and Paul Bettany claims that the best is yet to come. In a conversation with ComicBook's Brandon Davis for his Phase Zero podcast, the Vision actor was asked which episode will blow our minds.
He teased: "I think probably somewhere in the region of seven, eight, and nine is really, you start, because thinking about it [in the first three episodes] what's happened is you, rather like Wanda and Vision, have found yourself dropped into a sort of idyllic 1950s black and white American suburbia."
Bettany added: "Week by week, you're gonna start hurdling through the decades of the American century and, much like Vision, you're probably gonna go, 'Something's not right in this town. Something wrong happening in this town.' And I think that's gonna be really, that's gonna be really fun for the audience but I think that when it really, when you get full awareness of what the hell is going on in this place is probably somewhere in the region of seven and eight and then you need, you know, you need some big battles and you're gonna get 'em."
Now, I may be speaking with a tad bit of bias here but I really love how consistent WandaVision has been in leaving fans guessing what's gonna happen next. Marvel Studios wasn't kidding when it claimed that the series will be the first of its kind in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and each episode seems to get better. And although we're already approaching the "endgame" of the show, it still manages to shroud itself in mystery which in my opinion is brilliant.
WandaVision drops new episodes every Friday on Disney+.
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