Welcome back to the Geek Girls’ Universe for The Weekly Bugle Vol 15. This week we are discussing Episode 5 of WandaVision, Falcon and The Winter Soldier, Spider-Man 3, and more!
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After this week’s intense episode of WandaVision we spent a lot of time talking about our theories. Does Monica have powers? What’s going on with Hayward? And why did that one person show up at the end?
Spoiler warning if you have not watched WandaVision episode 5.
WandaVision Episode 5
This week WandaVision had viewers both inside and outside of Westview. Inside everything started out in a newborn baby bliss and exhaustion. Outside, SWORD was attempting to run tests on Monica Rambeau. It didn’t work out well though because her x-rays and her bloodwork came back inconclusive. She quickly shoots down any more attempts at gathering data and gets dressed for a meeting with SWORD.
Once again Agent Woo and Dr. Darcy Lewis are amazing. And this is officially a Stan podcast for them now. Not only do they defend Wanda against Hayward’s attempts at painting her as some vicious person but Darcy also calls him a D*%$, which he totally is.
We interrupt this podcast to say we told you so! Hayward is a bad guy and it gets more obvious each week. Why else would he clearly have Vision’s body in a SWORD lab? We have a feeling we know what he is up to.
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This episode also showed Vision learning at least a partial truth about what is happening in Westview. And it all comes to a head when he confronts Wanda about it at the end of the episode.
After an emotional scene with the two of them, we know somethings for certain. One: Vision knows something isn’t right and Wanda can’t control him into thinking otherwise. Two: Wanda isn’t 100% in control. A lot of evidence has shown that she isn’t the one pulling all the strings and she confirms it herself right here. Three- these two are going to need each other more than ever to face whatever is out there in Westview.
And that includes her long lost, non-MCU brother Pietro. Or rather Fox’s Quicksilver played by Evan Peters. She looks confused and wary about him showing up. Who is he really? We have our thoughts.
Falcon and The Winter Soldier
During the game, Sunday we were treated to a new trailer for the upcoming Disney+ show Falcon and The Winter Soldier. Agent 13, Sharon Carter is back, has gone rogue, and is kicking butt all over the place. Sam and Bucky are in couple’s counseling because despite Cap putting the two of them together they have still have a lot of issues to work out. It’s hilarious really.
The big takeaway is that Zemo is not only back but still on a mission to wipe out the existence of superheroes. He is an intriguing villain because he is not super-powered but rather super smart. His possible organization ties could lead to The Thunderbolts or the Masters of Evil which brings us to Spider-Man 3.
It’s been a while since we talked about Spider-Man 3 rumors. Tom Holland in a recent interview with Variety said “I can say that it’s the most ambitious standalone superhero movie ever made.” That’s a BIG statement, Tom, especially after the likes of Captain America Civil War.
He also said he doesn’t know anything about Maguire or Garfield’s involvement in the film.
Willem Dafoe, however, has been spotted on set. He will reportedly be reprising his role as Green Goblin. How is he back since he died in the original film? We won’t know until the movie is out, but we all know when it comes to comic books no one is ever truly dead.
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