(MCU) “Mu” that took the lead in Phase 4 The spectacular ending came in the small town of West View. An unexpected person stood in front of Wanda and Vision, but the character’s initial concept was very different from what was actually seen in the film. The scriptwriter, Jac Schaeffer, has revealed.
This article contains spoilers up to the final episode of “WandaVision”. Please read after watching the main story.
In “WandaVision”, the ideal new life of Wanda and Vision is depicted in the first half of the story, but gradually the disturbing air drifts through the city, and in the seventh episode, the mastermind finally appears. Agatha Harkness, a witch who pretended to be Wanda’s neighbor under the name Agnes. Agatha fought a fierce battle with Wanda in the final episode, manipulating the residents of West View behind the scenes. She became the main villain of this work, but at the beginning of the project it was a completely different setting.
With all nine episodes finished and many fans falling into “WandaVision” loss, Jac Schaeffer is showing the inside story of this work on ET Online. Schaefer, who mentioned Agatha’s character settings, said,In the early days, she was more like a (Wanda) mentor.“. Then, as the story design proceeded in earnest, the role required of Agatha seemed to change.
“Enter the conference room andAs we disassembled the episodes in a more rational way, it became clear that having the right villains fits very well into the (story) structure.So she (Agatha) went in that direction.
On the other hand, Schaefer also explains the “mentor” aspect of Agatha in the play that resulted in him as a villain. “We kept track of her potential to be a (Wanda) mentor, teacher, partner, and best friend.” Certainly, Agatha was the first to reach out to Wanda, who is unfamiliar with her new life. And Agatha and Wanda steadily deepened their relationship until a certain point. Schaefer said that the initial concept was “Influencing the scene in which they are together“I emphasized again.