WandaVision Could Set Up Spider-Man: Far From Home’s Mysterious Ending

WandaVision’s recent episode number 4, titled “We Interrupt This Program”, and it has clearly stated that the show is unlike anything you have ever seen. It begins to lay the groundwork for exposition, showing the world outside Wanda’s sitcom at length for the first time. As the episode starts it unfolds to reveal when exactly the series takes place, with Monica Rambeau coming back from the snap using Infinity Stones.

Now that we know that WandaVision leads directly into Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, so it is pretty much assumed that Wanda messes with reality. So much so that she can tear a rip in space/time, as and when she pleases. Now because of this, we suggest that maybe — just maybe — the J. Jonah Jameson (JK Simmons) cameo in Spider-Man: Far From Home could be the same exact character from Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy.

WandaVision Set Up Spider-Man: Far From Home Ending

“We Interrupt This Program” begins with Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) immediately after The Blip when Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) brings everyone back in Avengers: Endgame. It’s so close to the snap reversal, fans actually see Rambeau “reform” in slow-motion with a reverse dusting. It’s not too long after this Rambeau shows up to work at SWORD HQ, and we find out she’s been back “to life” for three weeks. That means yes, only three weeks have passed since she gets sent on her first mission, which happens to be the events unfolding in front of our eyes on WandaVision. Interestingly enough, we know Far From Home takes place eight months after the events of Endgame, which means WandaVision takes place a good half-year ahead of the Spidey sequel.

If you notice, WandaVision is set ahead of Far From Home in the timeline, it is increasingly likely the multiverse was in existence during the Spidey feature. Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal) originally suggested he was from an alternate universe and was able to crossover due to the use of the Infinity Stones. Even though he lied about an alternate reality, but what if he did not lie about the multiverse and gave us a hint about the possibility of its existence.

WandaVision Set Up Spider-Man: Far From Home Ending

It appears the events of WandaVision will take place in the span of days rather than months, so it’s possible the multiverse props up around a month post-Endgame, which would allow various people to cross over, including J. Jonah and his new media empire. He’d get roughly seven months to make a name for himself in this new universe — the “Prime” Marvel Cinematic Universe — something completely plausible in the digital age.

There have been speculations that Olsen will also be seen in Spider-Man 3. Scarlet Witch, played by Elizabeth Olsen, will be seen in Spider-Man 3 as well or not. When asked this question during a recent interview with Capital FM, Olsen didn’t deny the possibility, although she admits she’s unaware of some of the details. In any case, if “everyone’s” in Spider-Man 3, then Olsen’s assuming she’ll be in it, too.

WandaVision Set Up Spider-Man: Far From Home Ending

Olsen said,

“I assume you might [see Scarlet Witch] if everyone’s in it, but I haven’t shown up to that party quite yet, I don’t think.” It’s worth noting much remains unknown about even Doctor Strange’s part in Spider-Man 3, though it only makes sense for the master of the mystic arts to help establish the link between that film and his own sequel. 

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