WandaVision Episode 7 will be unveiled on Disney+ and Disney+Hotstar later on Friday. Marvel released a 1-minute clip before the premiere, which indicates that part of WandaVision Episode 7 will attract modern sitcoms, such as Modern Family. From the simulation aspects of the new WandaVision clips, film photography, comedy soundtracks, and performances by Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and her two children Tommy (Jett Klyne) and Billy (Julian Hilliard), this is obvious) . WandaVision, like Modern Family, also implies that the MCU series is ready to give up its sitcom trap, because it has been gone for decades.
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“Look, we’ve all been there, haven’t we? Wanda told the camera in the WandaVision episode 7 editing that she clearly admitted that her behavior to change the rules of the game at the end of WandaVision episode 6 maximized our fear and anger. This intentionally expanded the boundaries of the false world we created. Then it reminds us of what happened in WandaVision episode 6, and then Wanda lay on the bed and covered the quilt. Tommy and Billy then rushed into her bedroom and complained about their game. How to get into trouble, the controller changed the times until it finally became the Uno card.
The twins wanted to know if their mother was sleeping, Wanda replied from the bed: “Mom is not asleep, dear. She is just resting her eyes.” Billy then pointed out, “His head feels weird, really It’s noisy”, referring to his telepathic ability that he showed towards the end of episode 6 of WandaVision. In the fourth moment of breaking the wall, Wanda added: “As punishment for my Lure night, I plan to take a segregated accommodation. All day, only for myself. That will tell me.”
WandaVision episode 7 will end on February 19 (Friday) at 12 am Pacific Standard Time / 8 am GMT / 1:30 pm US Standard Time / 7 pm Eastern Daylight Time.