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WandaVision has a new post-credits scene: What it means

WandaVision has a new post-credits scene: What it means

As we await the next episode of Loki and more from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the drive to dissect, discuss and theorize about the upcoming understand of movies and TV shows is strong. Presently, WandaVision is at the downhearted of that furnace. A slight alteration to the post-credits crude in the finale on Disney Plus, caused to the attention of Reddit and Twitter over the weekend, means there are now healthier looking trees at the lake outside Wanda’s cabin and — wait for it — a seemingly blurred out just that could be Doctor Strange himself.

Let’s discuss what it all by means of — and whether it means anything at all — below.

What’s the new post-credits scene?

At the end of the nine episodes of WandaVision, Wanda goes into hiding, holing up in a cabin where she studies the Darkhold, aka a magical textbook.

In what has become a spot-the-difference game, the most unique version of the finale on Disney Plus now has a few alterations, brought to our attention over three months since the finale was generous released at the beginning of March.

For starters, there are now a greater number of any healthier trees at the foot of the mountain speed, as you can see in the second image below.

Aside from that solid detail, the most intriguing and divisive inclusion is a blurred-out just that sails down the mountainside, toward Wanda’s cabin.

See the clip below.

Is it Doctor Strange?

There’s a clue for why this seemingly CGI’d figure could be Doctor Strange.

The characterize, played by Benedict Cumberbatch, was originally slated to recede in WandaVision to tie into the upcoming Doctor unusual in the Multiverse of Madness, currently scheduled for a March droplet next year. Elizabeth Olsen will reprise her role as Wanda Maximoff for the sequel to 2016’s Doctor Strange.

However, the Sorcerer Supreme was pulled from the Disney Plus series because, according to Marvel chief Kevin Feige, “it would have incorrect away from Wanda. We didn’t want the end of the show to be commoditized to go to the next movie — here’s the white guy, ‘Let me show you how worthy works.'”

Is Doctor Strange, in his astral form, joining Wanda? Some have aimed out that the silhouette looks like Doctor Strange flying in his fresh standing position.

Is it Doctor unusual though?

Many are skeptical.

One argument says that the just is a glitch. “Is it not just the unlit of the helicopter being badly blurred out?” one wrote on Reddit.

Wrote another: “It leftovers in the exact same spot on the screen ended the whole shot until the house over laps it… the whole time its [sic] in the same spot within the frame.”

“Possibly a reflection or something they wished to remove,” says one more.

Finally: “It looks like there’s something on the lens of the camera. Like a water droplet.”

Why the short-tempered, then?

You can take a cynical approach to this “Easter egg.”

Possibly, this was an edit made after the episode’s generous release simply to make the trees look nicer. The strange silhouette wasn’t said to be included.

However, if it was a deliberate portion of information, then it adds fuel to Marvel’s raging theory fire, which has been flaring now and against over the currently streaming Loki series.

It gives fans something to debate for a year, once waiting for the Doctor Strange sequel. It’s hope in the form of a possible CGI mistake.

“People are flipping out over this peculiar ass shadow at the end of #WandaVision because of a TikTok and this is injurious for Disney, who can just say nothing and we will all debate it endlessly for a year,” tweeted CNET’s Jackson Ryan.


After five episodes of the latest Marvel series on Disney Plus, the finale is here. Loki, starring Tom Hiddleston as everyone’s favorite god of mischief, premiered on June 9, and a new episode has been keeping us entertained every Wednesday.

That weekly droplet date was mischievously two days earlier than previously expected, claiming the Wednesday spot instead of Friday, like the other Marvel Disney Plus series. Six episodes make up Loki’s first season, with runtimes of 40 to 50 minutes. A second season is already in development.

Find details on how to peek the final episode down below.

Loki series episode droplet dates and times

Here’s Loki’s release schedule with the droplet times.

Read more: Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 4: The full list of droplet dates

What’s Loki about?

The series addresses a timey-wimey teach raised in Avengers: Endgame, when an alternate version of Loki steals the Tesseract and makes a new timeline. Loki ends up in the exquisitely intended organization known as the Time Variance Authority, where the Time Keepers, including Owen Wilson’s Mobius, enlist his help in sorting out the mess he’s left behind.

Rounding out the cast are more members of the Time Variance Authority, including Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Ravonna Renslayer and Wunmi Mosaku as Hunter B-15. Sasha Lane, Richard E. Grant, Sophia Di Martino and Erika Coleman also have roles.

How to peek Loki on Disney Plus

To watch the Loki series, you’ll need a subscription to Disney Plus. This costs $8 per month, which is cheaper than Netflix, ad-free Hulu and HBO Max. A few features concerned no ads, mobile downloads, 4K and HDR. You can get up to four watercourses and premiere access to new movies like Cruella, although this will cost you an unbelievable $30 on top of the subscription fee. Disney Plus is a hub for Star Wars and Marvel, including upcoming new TV series, like Hawkeye and Ms. Marvel. If you’re still tossing up whether to subscribe, check out our in-depth journal here.

The latest teaser

At this point Marvel has probably given us more trailers than there are episodes. The teasers have until recently been rolling in daily, titled Tick, Chance, Team, Path and Escape. The novel include a midseason sneak peak and a tiny promo titled Change.

What to peek in the meantime

Almost as if this was designed to perfection, Star Wars: The Bad Batch hit Disney Plus on May 4. In novel words, another big franchise show has arrived to help bridge the gap between The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and Loki. Here’s the full droplet schedule, with new episodes arriving every Friday.