Warning: SPOILERS for WandaVision Episode 1

WandaVision includes a reference to Iron Man that restrains instantly into Scarlet Witch’s forgotten history in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Elizabeth Olsen’s return in WandaVision introduces the specific characteristics at the center of an MCU story for the first time. And while WandaVision picks up after Avengers: Endgame, Wanda knows herself in a surprising, newly-married suburban life with Vision( Paul Bettany) that emulates 1950 s sitcoms. As WandaVision makes clear by the end of its first bout, the TV coming is no coincidence, and it also includes a forgery commercial-grade for a new Stark invention.

Through this commercial, WandaVision begins to remind viewers, and potentially Wanda herself, about a forgotten one of the purposes of her ancestry story. The fake advertisement is for a brand new Stark-brand toaster. While that is likely to not seem like much of a connection to the role Stark unknowingly played in Wanda’s past at first, the toaster design indicates otherwise. The toaster has a small red light that blinks and beeps, with the winks/ beeps coming faster to show the toaster is almost done and ready to pop. This intend represents the toaster’s countdown resound precisely like a device clicking down before it explodes. With the man and woman featured in the business standing right next to the toaster when it “pops, ” this is a clear reminder of Stark’s role in Wanda’s origin.

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Wanda’s story in the MCU began in Avengers: Age of Ultron, and the movie directly connected her to Tony Stark. She and her brother Pietro were left without mothers after Stark Manufacture weapons punch their Sokovian household. The first mortar eggshell killed Mr. and Mrs. Maximoff immediately. A second shell did not explode, though, and left a caught Wanda and Pietro to stare at the projectile and nervousnes it would kill them more. Her parents’ loss seeded a hatred for Stark, and eventually superheroes, in Wanda at a colossal senility. This led her to voluntary for Hydra’s experimentations to get the authority and initially team up with Ultron.

While Wanda has apparently moved past the facts of the case Stark is partially responsible for her parents dying, the note in this commercial-grade could be a sign that this isn’t thoroughly true-blue. Wanda might not have a desire to get back at Stark after Avengers: Age of Ultron, but WandaVision could suggest that she never really forgave him. Instead, this business could be a manifestation of a quelled remember that Wanda has. She likely has tried not to think about this moment much over the years. WandaVision could be planting the grains for Scarlet Witch’s deteriorated mental condition with a speedy remembrance of the pain that is in her past.

So far, WandaVision has only offered up small razzs of what is really going on with Wanda and Vision. But, it does appear that Wanda has some appearance of self-restraint over the altered reality they’re now living in. Past trauma like the loss of her mothers, the death of her friend Pietro, and Vision’s death in Avengers: Infinity War are able to be recognitions that Wanda is trying to forget about with this new life. In fact, WandaVision presents her and Vision as having little to no clue about their pasts. While they should unravel the mystery as the appearance continues, Marvel appears to be using commercial-grades like this one for a Stark toaster to remind observers of Scarlet Witch’s MCU story.

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