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Will WandaVision’s Peter Maximoff ease in Wolverine, X-Men into MCU? There perhaps some fact in fan theories

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WandaVision

WandaVision is the most well liked factor to observe on small display proper now. The first MCU present produced by Marvel Studios has captured the creativeness of tens of millions internationally and has gained extra followers for the MCU into the discount. WandaVision brings again Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany) — latter from the lifeless — and drops them into an ever-shifting actuality that’s primarily based on traditional American sitcoms.
On the fifth episode of the present, titled On a Very Special Episode, Evan Peters appeared as Pietro Maximoff, stunning Wanda and the viewers alike.

Notably, Peters had performed one other model of the character, Peter Maximoff, within the X-Men franchise. In MCU, Aaron Taylor-Johnson had portrayed Pietro. He appeared within the position solely in a single film, in Avengers: Age of Ultron, and was killed off.
In his WandaVision debut, Peters’ hair was classically styled. But within the subsequent episode, All-New Halloween Spooktacular!, his coiffure had modified. His hair resembled Wolverine’s, each Hugh Jackman’s model and the comics model. Many have been questioning whether or not that may be a nod to the X-Men’s impending entry into MCU (with its Fox acquisition, Disney now owns each X-Men property and Fantastic Four) or only a coincidence.

Turns out, it was not a coincidence. “It was something that Matt really [wanted]. They kind of planned that,” mentioned hairstylist Karen Bartek, whereas talking to IndieWire, referring to Matt Shakman, director of WandaVision.
WandaVision, created by Jac Schaeffer, who additionally serves as the top author, streams on Disney+ Hotstar Premium. The eighth episode debuted on Friday, 1:30 pm.