In the trailer, she tells Doctor Strange, “You defy the guidelines and become a hero. I make it happen, I become the adversary. That doesn’t seem fair.” Wanda has suffered deplorability again and again all through her life, and dissimilar to some of the other Avengers, her aggravation has been somewhat minimized in the movies contrasted with theirs. In WandaVision, she was even denied permission to cover Vision’s body, and wound up isolated with her misery. Later in the Doctor Strange 2 trailer, Wanda comforts a lamenting Scarlet Witch in Westview, presumably because no one else will. Wanda is the main person ready to show up for herself. Everybody has a limit when they cannot persevere through any more agony, and Wanda has persevered through more than most individuals at any point will in a lifetime. It seems she’s at long last prepared to push back.
The Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness trailer supports a theory that Scarlet Witch will turn into a miscreant. Wanda Maximoff might have at long last had enough of losing, and will start taking what she wants instead. It’s far-fetched that she would be the main scoundrel in the film considering its huge cast of characters and what little has been seen of the plot, however pushing ahead in Phase 4 of the MCU, Scarlet Witch may not stay a hero significantly longer.
The Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness trailer supports a major Phase 4 Scarlet Witch theory. The second trailer shows much more of Wanda Maximoff, both all through the Scarlet Witch costume she first wore in the Disney+ miniseries WandaVision, as Stephen Strange seeks her out to help against a multiversal danger. However, some of Wanda’s remarks in the Doctor Strange 2 trailer, alongside a couple of other key details, seem to recommend that she will not be very as supportive as Doctor Strange hopes.
Wanda’s story all through the comics, as well as in the MCU, has over and over been one of loss. WandaVision emphasized the many sacrifices she has needed to make in her life, and the miniseries finished with her sacrificing her own happiness indeed to free individuals of Westview. In spite of the fact that Wanda settled on some awful choices in WandaVision, she was not the show’s scalawag, since she was at first unaware of how she made Westview’s illusions and at last chose to surrender them, despite the fact that it implied also saying farewell to Vision and her youngsters. In spite of the fact that she settled on the heroic decision then, some viewers have wondered assuming a genuinely villainous way was in her future.