WandaVision Episode 6 Easter Egg Points to Quicksilver Being an Impostor

Author Thumbnail
By Nobelle Borines | More Articles Hoarder of Fantasy Books and Stephen King Wannabe
February 14, 2021  01:57 PM

The sixth episode of WandaVision was once again filled with awesome Easter Eggs. However, it looks like one pop culture reference may have revealed something about Pietro Maximoff. Did that movie reference actually confirm that Quicksilver is an impostor?

In WandaVision Episode 6, Wanda and Pietro took Billy and Tommy out to go trick or treating. At one point, they stop in front of the Coronet cinema where there are two kid-friendly movies being shown: The Incredibles and The Parent Trap

Many fans were thrilled to point out that both films were actually referencing Wanda and her family. After all, The Incredibles is about a superpowered family while The Parent Trap is about twins. But some were also quick to suggest that the second movie also hinted at Pietro not being who he claims to be.

In the version of The Parent Trap starring Lindsey Lohan, the twins decide to switch places so they could meet the other's parent. Fans believe that this is a hint at Evan Peters' Quicksilver being an impostor using Pietro's memories.

It has already been made clear that Wanda cannot control Pietro although he is in Westview. This is truly strange since she is able to control Vision inside the Hex.

For now, we're enjoying Pietro's interaction with Billy and Tommy and he seems to have good intentions. However, the truth could be revealed in WandaVision Episode 7.

Do you think Pietro is an impostor? Sound off in the comments below.

The latest episode of WandaVision is now available for streaming on Disney+.

Related: WandaVision Episode 6 Drops Another Tease at Fantastic 4 Arrival

*Epic Stream may receive a small commission if you click a link from one of our articles onto a retail website and make a purchase. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. For more information, see our Cookie Policy. All prices listed were accurate at the time of publishing.