When there’s a ghost hanging out WandaVision since its publication it has been that of Pietro Maximoff (Aaron Taylor-Johnson). While Wanda has always been on the verge of Marvel’s greatest adventures, the series is designed to explore her past and the full capabilities of her telekinetic powers after death.Endgameas well as serve as an introduction Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madness. That premise offers a wealth of material to deal with, and that includes the life, doom, and potential future of the painfully underutilized Pietro.
The racer known as Quicksilver made its first and last appearance in Avangers: Age of Ultron where he was introduced with his twin sister before it came to an end during the Battle of Sokovia. While Pietro was never seen or heard from again, in WandaVisionIn the third episode, his sister recalls his memory after giving birth to their twins, Billy and Tommy. “I’m a twin. I had a brother,” she reveals to her neighbor, “Geraldine”. She seems to get lost in the moment, slips into her Socovian accent and sings a Sokovia lullaby to her sons before Geraldine interrupts them. But that one moment is a pivotal moment as Wanda spoke about her brother for the first time since his death, and it hints at the inner turmoil she has been hiding since then. The big question is whether this moment will lead to something bigger for the Maximoffs.
The most obvious finding is that if Wanda takes care of her twins, she can reveal more about her past. If they are around it will likely trigger their memories of their twin brother and lead them to explore the parts of their past that they couldn’t before, which leads us to learn more about their history. While this would usually mark a comeback for Pietro in the form of flashbacks, WandaVision doesn’t seem like the type of show that uses flashbacks. To fit the theme of the show, we’re more likely to see Pietro in a commercial referencing Wanda’s past, like in the previous on-show ads that fans believe depict the Maximoffs’ parents.
If we’re lucky, we can see Taylor-Johnson as Pietro in a move nearing his return to the comic book plot that inspired the series. in the M.Wanda changes the fabric of reality to give everyone what they want, but when people become aware of her spell, they work to change it. Magneto, Wanda and Pietro’s father, kill the speedster when he discovers what happened. Although Wanda brings her brother back to life, she also decimates the majority of the mutants in response. While most of this can’t happen in the MCU, the resuscitation could! Since Wanda brought vision back (or as we think), she may be able to bring her brother back. There is simply no guarantee that it will exist once the city of WestView is fixed. He might even show up in one of those multiverses that Wanda will soon be playing around with! We don’t know for sure, but we keep our fingers crossed that Pietro will return for Wanda, if not for us.