WandaVision Star Elizabeth Olsen Teases Luke Skywalker-Level Cameo for Series

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By Bri Constantino | More Articles Socially awkward straightedge fraud.
February 03, 2021  02:22 PM

WandaVision may have started off at a slow pace and even underwhelmingly to some fans but it's now crystal clear that the series is becoming more and more serious as the season progresses. Apparently, the show is set to take a major page out of The Mandalorian's playbook.
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The hit Star Wars spinoff show's finale episode for its second season blew us all away as it saw the epic comeback of Luke Skywalker. Now, WandaVision is also setting up a surprise cameo that everyone should be totally prepared for and that's not just a prediction nor a rumor, it's a massive spoiler.

According to Elizabeth Olsen herself, WandaVision will also feature an epic cameo from a surprise Marvel character and while she didn't give away much about it, she says that it will be on par with Luke's much talked about appearance in The Mandalorian

When asked by TV Line if the show will have its own Luke Skywalker moment, Lizzie simply said "yes". She added: "I'm really excited for viewers to see what (or who) is coming." Now, the most logical guess would be either Quicksilver or Doctor Strange but the possibility of it being someone else isn't out of question as well.

Now, Olsen could actually be talking about Pietro's comeback but it's actually worth noting that a clip from the upcoming Episode 6 leaked over the weekend and it pretty much confirms that Evan Peters will indeed be reprising his role as a "different" version of Wanda's twin brother. But the chances of WandaVision featuring an even bigger cameo is still high at this point so we better tune in to future episodes.

WandaVision drops new episodes every Friday on Disney+.

Also Read: WandaVision Creator Dismisses Rumors About Series Trying to Set Up [SPOILERS]

 

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