WandaVision Episode 8 Runtime Revealed, This Week's Episode to be the Longest Installment of MCU Series So Far

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By Nobelle Borines | More Articles Hoarder of Fantasy Books and Stephen King Wannabe
February 22, 2021  02:00 PM


We're getting a new episode of WandaVision this week and it looks like there's a lot to see this Friday. The runtime for Episode 8 has been revealed and it's the longest episode of the Marvel Cinematic Universe series so far.

The intel comes from Reddit user u/Plenty_Echidna_544, who had previously confirmed that WandaVision Episode 7 would be 37 minutes long. This time, they revealed that Episode 8 will be a lot longer.

Amazingly, it looks like WandaVision Episode 8 will be 47 minutes long. However, it's important to point out that the credits still take up a lot of that time. This could mean we'll be getting at least 40 minutes of the main story.

So what can we expect in those 40 minutes of WandaVision Episode 8? Hopefully, Agnes will finally reveal why she had tricked Wanda Maximoff into creating the Hex in the first place. In addition to that, it would be awesome to see Monica Rambeau show off more of her new superpowers.

But what else is there to look forward to in WandaVision Episode 8? Fans believe it's time for another familiar face to join the MCU series. There are speculations that Benedict Cumberbatch could finally make an appearance and connect the Disney+ show to Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

At this point, WandaVision is slowly drawing to a close with its penultimate episode. Hopefully, everything will become clear in Episode 8.

The eighth episode of WandaVision will premiere on Disney+ on February 26.

Related: WandaVision Episode 7 Possibly Confirmed Doctor Strange Kamar-Taj Connection


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