WandaVision’s secret luke Skywalker-sized cameo reportedly uncovered

Paul Bettany disclosed to us half a month back that the latest scene of WandaVision would be staggering, and he wasn’t excessively far off with that assertion.

All things considered, “We Interrupt This Program” was a gigantically exciting outing, moving away from the odd goings on in WestView and presenting some backstory with respect to how S.W.O.R.D. wound up there, dropping an entire pack of uncovers all the while.

Probably, things will get significantly more bizarre and a lot greater regarding extension, scale and scene from now on, something that was prodded in the new mid-season trailer.

That, yet Elizabeth Olsen has just uncovered that WandaVision will include a Marvel Cinematic Universe appearance that is supposed to be tantamount to Luke Skywalker’s stunning re-visitation of Star Wars in The Mandalorian’s season 2 finale, and we presently know who it’ll be that appears.

As per Giant Freakin Robot, as a matter of fact Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange will be dropping by to guarantee the jaws of MCU fans the world over hit the floor. It’s hazy when we’ll see him, yet the finale appears to be a decent estimate.

All things considered, we realize that WandaVision will be integrating with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and it’d just bode well for the Sorcerer Supreme to appear and lay a few seeds for his forthcoming spin-off. It’s additionally not expressed how large this appearance will be, yet we can’t envision him being included for in excess of a scene or two.

Regardless, it appears to be that WandaVision actually has some enormous surprises at its sleeve and you’d be wise to keep tuning in each Friday when new scenes drop on Disney Plus.

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