WandaVision: Elizabeth Olsen Teases Perspective Swap In Fourth Episode

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Is Wanda Maximof the key to the opening of Marvel Phase 4

WandaVision third episode streamed last Friday, and it left fans wanting for more. Not only did the episode show the reality for the first time in the series, but it also teased fans some action and left them craving.

Turning Point

With the fourth episode about to stream this Friday (January 29, 2021), fans now have some reason to get through the week with whatever they have just by looking forward to Friday.

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Now, Elizabeth Olsen, the show’s star, just gave us another reason why this fourth episode is a turning point.

A massive shift to occur.

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Fans were left with an impression that the fourth episode will bring Jimmy Woo and Darcy Lewis and bring in more details about S.W.O.R.D and their connection to Wanda.

It looks like their guess was right. Elizabeth Olsen, who was interviewed by Digital Spy, has mentioned that the fourth episode is a massive shift and that many kinds of stuff are understood at that moment.

“I think the reason why they show the press the first episodes is that Episode 4 is quite a shift. It’s a lovely perspective swap, and I think a lot gets understood at that moment.”

Different Perspective

All the first three episodes of wandavision we as fans waited to see for so long were screened for the press way before releasing the series. The press got to see the first three episodes, and that’s how they gave their review.

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Now, Olsen is telling that they weren’t shown the fourth episode because that puts a lof lot of missing pieces in place and has a perspective swap.

Now all three episodes we saw until now were from Wanda’s perspective; then maybe we will see one from someone other than Wanda or someone outside the West View.

Finally, answers?

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credits: Wandavision Disney+

It will definitely give us a clue of what is going on, but it will also tell us more about what made Wanda retort to this.

With the 70s covered in the 3rd episode, the 80s will come to play in the fourth. But that won’t matter anymore, according to some fans, because they know that the action parts or, as they call it, “Actual Marvel” stuff is finally beginning.

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The fourth episode might also address Vision’s growing suspicion about the world he is right now in. Will, the neighbors, tell him, or does he figure it out on his own?

If Monica Rambeau remembers what happened inside, maybe they will figure out how to diffuse the situation quickly?

 

 

 

 

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