Scarlet Witch Is Still Essential To 1 MCU Story, Even After Her Death Confirmation

  • Scarlet Witch's death is confirmed in the MCU but she will play a pivotal role in Vision's return.
  • Vision Quest, a Phase 6 TV show, has to address Scarlet Witch's impact and legacy as part of Vision's life.
  • Scarlet Witch may also return in Agatha All Along and Avengers: Secret Wars as a variant character.
Despite the confirmation of her death in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) is still essential to one upcoming story. As the MCU keeps expanding, more characters are meeting their fates to make way for new ones, while others who haven’t been seen in a long time are being given an opportunity to shine. The brand of Marvel Studios TV shows within the MCU has given this universe a chance to focus on a variety of characters and expand their stories, all of them having some level of impact on the MCU’s movies.
Kicking off the MCU’s TV branch was WandaVision, in 2021, which brought back Scarlet Witch and Vision (Paul Bettany) after his death in Avengers: Infinity War and the events of Avengers: Endgame. The events of WandaVision directly impacted Wanda's story in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, while the current version of Vision, White Vision, disappeared at the end of the show. Unfortunately, Scarlet Witch died at the end of Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness, but thanks to Vision’s upcoming TV show, she can still return, as she will be essential to Vision’s journey.
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Marvel Has Confirmed Scarlet Witch's Death Scarlet Witch Died At The End Of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness WandaVision made some shocking reveals about Wanda as she struggled with grief following Vision’s death in Infinity War, her return along with half of life in the universe, and the Battle of Earth in Avengers: Endgame. Wanda brought Vision back as part of the creation of the Hex, an energy field created by her chaos magic that isolated a whole town and its residents and left them under Wanda’s manipulation. WandaVision also saw Wanda’s transformation into the mythical Scarlet Witch, but with the destruction of the Hex also came the end of her illusion of Vision.
Scarlet Witch destroyed all copies of the Darkhold throughout the Multiverse and the Darkhold Castle collapsed on her
However, Vision was rebuilt from the remains of his original body and White Vision was born. Wanda’s Vision transferred his memories to White Vision, who declared himself to be the true Vision before departing. Scarlet Witch returned in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, where she used the Darkhold to sleepwalk through different timelines to get back what she lost in WandaVision: her family. Ultimately, at the end of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Scarlet Witch destroyed all copies of the Darkhold throughout the Multiverse and the Darkhold Castle collapsed on her.
As the MCU has become known for its death fakeouts and the multiverse allows dead characters to return in some way, Scarlet Witch was believed to have survived the collapsing of the castle, but her demise was confirmed in the book Marvel Studios' The Marvel Cinematic Universe: An Official Timeline. Scarlet Witch’s death has become one of the most disappointing ones in the MCU, but she’s still needed for one story: Vision’s return in the TV series Vision Quest.
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The MCU's Vision Quest Needs Wanda's Return Vision Quest Is The Best Way To Bring Wanda Back The MCU’s Phase 5 is set to close with Thunderbolts*, with The Fantastic Four kicking off the still-short Phase Six that will close the Multiverse Saga. On the TV side, the only TV show set as part of Phase 6 so far is Vision Quest, WandaVision’s second spinoff after Agatha All Along. Paul Bettany is confirmed to return as White Vision and the series is projected for a 2026 release on Disney+. Plot details about Vision Quest are currently unknown, but given White Vision’s story in WandaVision, it’s expected to continue his mission to learn more about his existence and purpose.
Scarlet Witch doesn’t have to be resurrected to be part of Vision Quest, as she can return in flashbacks.
Despite being a TV show focused on White Vision, Scarlet Witch’s death will have to be addressed, along with its impact and her legacy as part of Vision’s life. Scarlet Witch doesn’t have to be resurrected to be part of Vision Quest, as she can return in flashbacks as part of Vision’s memories and to explain more about their past (especially during her time in the Hex) or even as a vision. White Vision’s connection to Wanda should be key in his quest to rediscover his humanity thanks to the strong bond between them, and through this, the MCU can also (finally) do justice to Scarlet Witch.
Where Else Scarlet Witch Can Return In The MCU The MCU Will Continue To Expand Close Out of all the known movies and TV shows in the rest of the Multiverse Saga, Scarlet Witch is most likely to return in Agatha All Along. Just like in Vision Quest as explained above, Scarlet Witch could return in flashbacks of visions, and her return became more likely after the trailer for Agatha All Along reportedly includes mentions of Wanda. On the movie side of the MCU, Scarlet Witch could return in Avengers: Secret Wars, though not as the same Wanda everyone knew. Instead, a Scarlet Witch variant could team up with the other heroes to face the villain who is threatening the multiverse.
Upcoming Marvel Movies
Release Date
Deadpool & Wolverine
July 26, 2024
Captain America: Brave New World
February 14, 2025
May 2, 2025
Fantastic Four
July 25, 2025
November 7, 2025
Avengers 5
May 1, 2026
Avengers: Secret Wars
May 7, 2027
Vision Quest Marvel Studios' Vision Quest is a limited series set in the MCU and released on Disney+. It reveals the fate of Paul Bettany's resurrected Avenger, which was last seen fleeing Westview at the end of 2021's WandaVision. After the original synthezoid died at the hands of Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War, his body was reassembled by the secret organization SWORD, and his consciousness was restored by Scarlet Witch's magically recreated version of the robot.
Cast Paul Bettany Franchise(s) Marvel Cinematic Universe


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