New MCU Rumor Debunks Death of Beloved Avenger Following Marvel Studios' Confirmation

Credit: Marvel Studios

Credit: Marvel Studios

Wanda Maximoff's fate in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been shrouded in intrigue since the release of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

To give some of you a refresher, the Scarlet Witch sacrificed herself during the closing moments of the MCU blockbuster and while it was never confirmed whether or not she was actually gone, many are confident that we'll see her reemergence in the future, in time for the culmination of the Multiverse Saga.

However, Marvel recently confirmed that Wanda is actually dead and naturally, it infuriated fans of the beloved MCU character. Now, a new rumor claims debunks the character's demise.

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The Scarlet Witch Isn't Dead Despite What Marvel Studios Tells You

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Despite what the new book The Marvel Cinematic Universe - An Official Timeline is trying to tell you, it appears that we haven't seen the last of the Harbinger of Chaos. Well, at least according to this new rumor.

X scooper @CanWeGetToast claims that Wanda is still alive and she only "ended the threat that she posed" and not herself. The reputable insider also said that the wording in the passage was "carefully crafted".

For context, the passage reads: "Fall 2024 | 838-Wanda gathers the boys and assures the heartbroken Scarlet Witch they'll be loved. [616-Wanda] destroys Wundagore—and collapses it upon herself—ending two great threats to all of the Multiverse."

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This is promising news for MCU diehards because let's be honest, Wanda's true redemption arc has yet to be realized.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is available to stream on Disney+.

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