Wanda Maximoff’s Vision series will eventually premiere on Disney’s streaming channel, Disney+, after much anticipation.
There, as they ride through some of the most popular sitcoms in history, viewers hope to learn more about her friendship with this Avenger.
However, when it comes to Wanda’s history, some shift to her presence in Age of Ultron, where she battled alongside Tony Stark and the other Marvel heroes with her brother. Here’s what we know about Quicksilver, Pietro Maximoff’s real name.
Yeah, there was a brother named Pietro Maximoff by Wanda Maximoff
Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) is strong and she wasn’t alone when Marvel audiences encountered her and Avengers: Age of Ultron. Wanda Maximoff fought and lived with her brother, who was also known as Quicksilver, Pietro Maximoff (portrayed by Aaron Taylor-Johnson).
Pietro Maximoff has pretty incredible powers, including superhuman speed, reflexes and accelerated vision, much like his sister. However, soon after he was revealed to audiences, this character died inside the MCU.
The pair teamed up with Ultron to take vengeance on Tony Stark after the rise and fall of HYDRA (the same organization that gave them their power). They turned sides when they learned Ultron’s true motives and helped the Avengers push the program down.
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Quicksilver was presumably in the MCU the last time fans saw it.
His life with the Avengers did not last long, even though this character was an important part of Wanda’s story. In Age of Ultron, Quicksilver died while fighting with the Avengers, rescuing Hawkeye and a child from the movie.
The Avengers, depressed over their brother’s defeat, took Wanda Maximoff under their wing. For Avengers: Civil War and finally in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, she battled alongside them.
Scarlet Witch with Vision now has her own Disney+ series.
Scarlet Witch had some adventures with the other Avengers without her brother by her side. She helped kill Thanos and, in the end, saved the world. She befriended another Avenger, Vision, and a romantic relationship with the character gradually began.
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The two are now going to star in their own Disney+ movie, which debuts in January 2021. The story of a “unusual couple” seeking to live a regular life is revealed by WandaVision. Depending on the decade, though, everyday life is distinct, and these two superheroes will pursue it all.
Thanks to the teaser, fans have heard that some of the best sitcoms in history, including I Love Lucy, Modern Family and Full House, are influenced by this series.
However, the remainder of the plot is still pretty much a mystery.
For the first episode of this Marvel series, Disney+ subscribers will have to wait until January 15, 2021.
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