WANDAVISION Storyboards Reveal Much Darker Dialogue From Wanda During Visit To S.W.O.R.D. Headquarters
Some newly revealed WandaVision storyboards reveal some much darker dialogue from Wanda Maximoff during her visit to S.W.O.R.D., referencing both Tony Stark and Natasha Romanoff's deaths. Check it out...
Friday's episode of WandaVision took Wanda Maximoff on a trip down memory lane, and revealed what really happened when she visited S.W.O.R.D. Headquarters.
As expected, Director Hayward lied when he claimed Wanda attacked the base and stole Vision's body, and some newly revealed storyboards from the episode feature dialogue that didn't make it into the episode itself.
Asking where Vision's body is, Wanda says: "I'm sick of everyone acting like Tony Stark is the only person we lost. Like he's the only Avenger there ever was. Too bad then, if you're Natasha, but at least she was flesh and blood, right? But where are the memorials for Vision? No moving tributes for the synthezoid?"
She really wasn't holding back, eh?
Of course, there's no love loss between Wanda and Tony; it was a Stark Industries missile that killed her parents, while she also fought against Iron Man and the Sokovia Accords in Captain America: Civil War. Wanda makes a good point, too, as Spider-Man: Far From Home really emphasised how the world is mourning Tony (with seemingly no mention of Captain America or Black Widow).
It's unclear why this was changed, but it would have been a cool line to include. Perhaps it was because it perceived Wanda in too much of a villainous light? After all, this flashback was meant to reveal that she's not the villain Hayward led us to believe, so comments like this might have been a step too far.
Check out the storyboards below, and stay tuned for more on WandaVision ahead of Friday's finale.