Warning: This article contains spoilers for the “Loki” finale and the “WandaVision” finale.

The season finales of “Loki” and “WandaVision” are actually synced up in a crazy way that will make you freak out about where the Marvel Cinematic Universe is headed next.

How are ‘Loki’ and ‘WandaVision’ synced?

Two major moments in the “Loki” and “WandaVision” finales line up so that they happen at the same time if you watch the finales simultaneously. “The synchronicity is so precise, it’s hard to imagine that it was a coincidence,” according to BGR.

  • 27:55  — The moment where Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) becomes the Scarlet Witch in “WandaVision” happens at the same time that He Who Remains (Jonathan Majors) tells Loki and Sylvie, “We just crossed the threshold.” 
  • 28:14 — Then, when Agatha Harkness (Kathryn Han) hits the ground in “WandaVision,” He Who Remains drops something on his desk.
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You can watch the YouTube video below to see how the moments truly sync up.

How ‘Loki’ and ‘WandaVision’ are connected

There’s an ongoing theory that “Loki” might have created the ending of “WandaVision,” as I wrote about for the Deseret News. There’s a scene in “Loki” when multiple timelines are created, which might be a hint at what caused the ending of “WandaVision” — when Scarlet Witch hears her sons screaming for help. Her sons had been created by Agatha Harkness but were erased from reality. This might be a sign that the two sons exist in another timeline.

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There’s also some speculation that the timeline mishaps in “Loki” might have changed the post-credits scene of “WandaVision.” As I explained for the Deseret News, Marvel fans recently discovered that the post-credits scene in “WandaVision” had changed to include different-colored trees and a ghost-like figure floating in the distance. This was a suggestion that Loki might have changed the timeline of “WandaVision.”

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