what happened to the white vision in wandavision ?
what happened to the white vision in wandavision？
After the fight between the two Visions and the eventual resolution, White Vision flew into the air and disappeared. It's not explained in the episode where he went, but it's safe to say that after regaining his memories, he is faced with an existential crisis.2021年3月6日
Correspondingly,Who is the white Vision at the end of WandaVision?
Vision is a rebuilt synthezoid of the same name, whose body was reactivated by S.W.O.R.D.. Having been given his mission to destroy Wanda Maximoff and her recreated Vision, White Vision was challenged on his own identity, and after acquiring Vision's memories, declared himself to be the true Vision, before departing.
Keeping this in consideration,What was the white Vision in WandaVision?
Spoilers ahead for the WandaVision finale. In its final two episodes WandaVision introduced an intriguing new character to the MCU – "White Vision," aka the original body of Vision reprogrammed and brought to life with some of Wanda's magic and intended to be a deadly weapon.
In this way,Is Vision back after WandaVision?
His return in WandaVision initially left viewers with many questions. However, the series itself answered those questions before it bowed out, revealing that the Scarlet Witch had used her limitless ability to recreate him in her sitcom-like world in WestView.
Besides,How did Wanda bring Vision back?
Hayward was struggling to bring the synthezoid back to life until he hooked up Vision's corpse to one of the drones Wanda had unleashed her chaos magic on. Using it as a battery, he brought Vision back online, stripped of both his memories and his humanity, and sent him into the Hex to neutralize Wanda Maximoff.
The "real, original" Vision is now a ghost, "a weapon to be more easily controlled" while "Wanda's Vision" is but a copy, a replication of Wanda's memories, love, pain, and fragments of the Mind Stone that exist in Wanda.
When Wanda finally pulled down the Hex, it erased him, and the twins, and the house that they lives in, from existence. And the White Vision, built from Vision's destroyed body by Hayward and S.W.O.R.D., is still alive and well.
Wanda used her magic to destroy the Infinity Stone and kill Vision so that Thanos wouldn't be able to attain all the stones. But then Thanos reversed time and killed Vision—and Wanda had to watch that happen.
Without the Soul Stone, Vision is just a machine, incapable of emotion. So a being capable of emotions cannot feel love for another person. So, it's quite evident that Vision does not love Wanda.
WandaVision drew inspiration from the emotionless Vision and adapted him to the MCU in episode 8's post-credits scene. It was revealed that S.W.O.R.D. was able to create him by reactivating Vision's body with a touch of Scarlet Witch's Chaos Magic.
Having undergone HYDRA boss' Baron von Strucker's experiments, Wanda Maximoff exhibited telekinetic and mental manipulation powers, while her twin brother Pietro could run at super speeds.
Well, it definitely confirms that Vision is dead. Or at least, he was dead until Wanda revived him in WandaVision. But the fact that we briefly see his lifeless face suggests he's still dead and Wanda is using her powers to animated him like a puppet. Bettany's quote could also reveal how Wanda got her hands on Vision.
Replacing Taylor-Johnson's Quicksilver with Evans' version just makes sense. WandaVision had to recast Pietro to further solidify its sitcom influences, and it undoubtedly sets up some bigger surprises in the weeks to come. To see how all this plays out, keep checking in with WandaVision every Friday on Disney+.