'Loki': Here's a theory explaining 'WandaVision' cliffhanger in Episode 2
The ending of 'Loki's Episode 2 feels connected to the cliffhanger ending of 'WandaVision'
Marvel is known for creating some of the greatest movies and TV shows of all time. Be it ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ or ‘The Falcon and The Winter Soldier’, every title has a different story to tell and it is undoubtedly a treat to watch them all. Another thing for which Marvel is really famous for is how they connect all dots.
Marvel and Disney+’s newest show ‘Loki’ has already become one of the most successful projects for the production giants in recent times. But it has also become a project that has made everyone curious about the multiverse and the second episode of 'Loki' just took fans' curiosity to a whole new level.
In the final scene of the second episode of 'Loki', we see Lady Loki or Enchantress (Sophia Di Martino) revealing her true identity and meeting the master manipulator (Tom Hiddleston). After revealing herself, the character creates chaos by scattering several prime reset charges throughout the Sacred Timeline.
The detonation of those charges result in the creation of multiple timelines and TVA was seen freaking out because it was too much to handle. It might also lead to the creation of a multiverse that the Time Keepers are trying to prevent. However, one of the things that intrigued us and took us back to the time was the connection between the ending of ‘Loki’s Episode 2 and the ending of ‘WandaVision’.
The end credits of ‘WandaVision’ saw Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) reading the Darkhold in her astral form. A few moments later, we see her hearing the voices of her children Billy and Tommy calling out for help.
So, my theory is that if the newest variant has sabotaged the Sacred Timeline, then it might be the main reason for the creation of a new multiverse in the MCU. If this is how it all happened, then it is the exact moment that the timeline was fractured and Wanda gets to hear her sons calling out to her. In a way, this actually makes sense because Wanda feels that her children are dead, but there is a possibility that they are still alive in a different timeline. The creation of so many timelines will also make way for alternate versions of Tommy and Billy.
Fans already know that ‘Loki’ is connected to ‘WandaVision’ in some way or the other but if the creation of these new timelines has done this to Wanda, it will be interesting to see how Marvel will work around it.
‘Loki’ returns for Episode 3 on Disney+ on Wednesday, June 23.