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‘WandaVision’ creator teases post-credits scenes yet to come

Jac Schaeffer, ‘WandaVision’ creator and head writer, has teased some post-credits scenes

Paul Bettany is Vision and Elizabeth Olsen is Wanda Maximoff in Marvel Studios’ “WandaVision,” exclusively on Disney+. ‘WandaVision’ head writer Jac Schaeffer recently spoke with the Deseret News about the new Marvel Disney+ show.
Paul Bettany is Vision and Elizabeth Olsen is Wanda Maximoff in Marvel Studios’ “WandaVision,” exclusively on Disney+.
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Jac Schaeffer, the creator and writer for “WandaVision,” recently teased that the show could see some post-credits scenes in the near future.

What’s going on?

Schaeffer recently spoke with “Entertainment Tonight” about “WandaVision” and its run so far on Disney+. One of the questions centered around post-credits scenes and if the show considered adding them to the end of each episode.

  • “We looked at the show in a lot of different ways and a lot of different structural ways, but yeah. That’s a tricky question and I’m having trouble dodging it,” she said.

OK. Suspicious. Then, Schaeffer avoided answering another question about whether post-credit scenes were coming.

  • “I would say that in any Marvel property, you should watch the thing in its entirety, no matter what. That’s what I would say,” she told Entertainment Tonight.

So far, “WandaVision” has not had any post-credit scenes. The first episode ended with a zoom out from the show to reveal someone was watching the events of “WandaVision” on a TV screen though, which hints at the universe not being what it appears to be.

‘WandaVision’ almost was hinted at in a post-credits scene

“WandaVision” star Paul Bettany recently revealed that “Avengers: Endgame” almost had “a tag” — or a post-credit scenes — that would have hinted at the new “WandaVision” project.

Bettany said in a recent interview with IMDb that Vision — who died in “Avengers: Infinity War” — almost made an appearance in “Endgame.” But Marvel boss Kevin Feige cut the idea, as I wrote for the Deseret News.

“At one point I was going to be in a tag, where you opened a sort of body bag drawer and there was the Vision. Kevin kind of talked to me and said, ‘I’ve got to pull the shots.’ I was like, ‘Ugh!’ Because I really wanted that profit participation.”