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WandaVision‘s revelation of Evan Peters as simply a regular guy left many fans crushed; however, that may be another lie. A return is planned in the Doctor Strange 2.
For all the universal praise WandaVision has received from both critics and viewers, disappointment towards debunked fan theories has caused social-media outrage.
Among the biggest letdowns from fans is the resolution of the Evan Peters mystery.
Prior to the series finale, the questions rained down hard.
Who is he?
Is he really the Quicksilver from the Fox X-Men films, which Peters played?
Is he Mephisto in disguise?
Evan Peters was revealed to be neither; instead, he is small-time actor Ralph Bohner.
Evan Peters is the husband of Agatha Harkness (Kathryn Hahn).
However, it’s not one of consent; she is controlling him with a magical necklace.
Those thinking that Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige tricked them into believing Evan Peters is the Quicksilver from Days of Future Past are not seeing the Big Picture.
WandaVision‘s story isn’t finished; it will continue into Spider-Man: No Way Home and conclude in Doctor Strange 2, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
Evan Peters’ real identity was hinted early on by Jimmy Woo (Randall Park).
Woo is looking for a missing person in witness protection; moreover, that individual is in Westview.
He’s the hilariously named Ralph Bohner.
WandaVision is a show of puzzle pieces and red herrings. It plays with your mind.
Marvel Studios doesn’t include a plot point such as this and let it be.
They called him Ralph Bohner because it’s obviously fake.
A witness protection name.
It’s a wink, and not a slap, to the audience.
Witness protection for someone from another universe…
WandaVision’s Evan Peters to Return in Doctor Strange Sequel
On February 6, I scooped that Evan Peters is the Quicksilver from Fox.
I asked the insider again about Evan Peters.
The answer was the same: It’s him.
Considering my source was correct in that the Scarlet Witch’s ultimate goal was to reunite her family, this seems even more credible than ever.
A hotly anticipated character turns out to be nothing more than a small-time actor, leaving fans upset.
Nevertheless, it turns out that, too, is false.
In Iron Man 3, Marvel Studios had everyone convinced Ben Kingsley was the Mandarin.
I know people who hated Iron Man 3 because they thought we’d never see the real Mandarin.
He will be played by Tony Leung Chiu-wai in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.
Furthermore, I was told that Evan Peters will appear in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
It’s not over.
When you watch the initial chapter of a three-part story, you simply can’t assume what you see is accurate.
This is especially true of a series that’s a Rubik’s Cube.
Evan Peters is the connecting multiverse thread that will help tie in all three projects.
Don’t believe in the Bohner.
Marvel Studios is simply trying to make you think hard.