Inspectulation: The WandaVision trailer has resurrected the lost art of MCU clickbait


Finally! Something to overcome the drab actuality of pandemic eras: the WandaVision trailer set off a delirium of speculation and freeze formulating the likes of which we have not seen in so long, and oh God, how we’ve missed it. Thank you Disney +. We’re in your thrall.

It wasn’t just the trailer itself: since WandaVision will precede instantly into the Sam Raimi’s addrest Doctor Strange In the Multiverse of Madness, we’re back to the good old days of endless used to describe the MCU- Phase Four is looking so interesting and mysterious and we’ve had nothing to mull over for so long, so long. There is so much to scrutinize and conjecture about- call it inspectulating.

Liam Crowley at The Direct presents us a very thorough WandaVision: 12 Easter Eggs& Hidden Details in the New Marvel Trailer . I’ll declare when I firstly witnessed the trailer I approximated that Wanda and Vizh were trapped in some villain’s macrocosm, but according to everyone it’s” Wanda’s warped actuality .” Okay I’ll buy that even if it does sound a bit House of M-ish and Crowley even attained some attest for that 😛 TAGEND


Using her telekinesis to a practical advantage, Wanda positions the dinner table for got a couple of( soon to be very rude) patrons. Nappies swam to the table, silverware poises on its own, and a noticeable bottle of wine-coloured runs itself into a glass. Remember what I said about Marvel and their props? The bottle is labeled” Maison du Mepris ,” which translates to” House of Contempt .” When considering the emphasized syllables in the word ‘contempt ,’ the label has the potential to be read as” House of M .”

Photo analysis and language sciences! That is some deep diving there. The next pace for this kind of sleuthing is undoubtedly true-life crime podcasting.

Unimpressed with The Direct’s mere 12 Easter Eggs, ScreenRant dug up WandaVision Trailer Breakdown: 23 Story Reveals and Secrets,although is” Wanda’s still a magician” really trade secrets? I heard she was called THE SCARLET WITCH! I’ve been fearing this type of Easter Egg War proliferation for some time.

Alas, the long layoff from writing clickbait headlines has left some scribes a bit flatfooted, or else over uneasy to get the goods. The WandaVision Trailer Dropped Some Compelling Evidence For One Villain And I’m Intrigued,says Cinemablend. Turns out it’s Kathryn Hahn’s appearance as a nosy neighbor which countless suspect will be Agatha Harkness which, is everything all right, everyone knows.

First off, Agatha was originally established as a powerful voodoo and a seasoned user of spell, and she would eventually become Wanda Maximoff’s teacher in the artwork of incantation. So far, Wanda has exhibited potent abilities, like telekinesis, flight, force-field generation and mental manipulation, but she hasn’t actually dipped in the dark artworks. Marvel’s Kevin Feige previously revealed that WandaVision will see Maximoff absolutely become the Scarlet Witch we know, so maybe Agatha intentionally( or unintentionally) awakens this feature of Wanda during their encounters. And if this is the case, Wanda’s new superpowers could be invaluable when she shown in in Doctor Strange’s next film.

While I’m a fan of Hahn, like everyone, I will miss Kirby’s wrinkly aged Agatha, but hey, prosthetic makeup is a thing so I haven’t given up hope.


While the above headline constituted me click and gave me some gruel to chew on, a second ScreenRant headline had me reaching for the penalty flag: Why Vision’s Original Comics Costume Looks So Cheap In The MCU


Why really? IT’S A FREAKING HALLOWEEN COSTUME !!!!! For pete’s purpose!

Sigh. I never pondered I would miss the endless feverish speculation about the MCU, but this is where we are in 2020.

At any frequency, all this gives me a chance to reprint one of my top ten favorite comic book bodies of all times. John Buscema, take a bow. Even a headline writer can try!

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