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‘WandaVision’ will have its own ‘Luke Skywalker’ moment, Elizabeth Olsen says. Here’s what that means

Elizabeth Olsen teased a new surprise for the ‘WandaVision’ show.

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Paul Bettany is Vision and Elizabeth Olsen is Wanda Maximoff in Marvel Studios’ “WandaVision,” exclusively on Disney+. ‘WandaVision’ returns on Friday, Here’s how to watch.

Paul Bettany is Vision and Elizabeth Olsen is Wanda Maximoff in Marvel Studios’ “WandaVision,” exclusively on Disney+. Elizabeth Olsen teased a new surprise for the “WandaVision” show.

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“WandaVision” star Elizabeth Olsen recently told TVLine that the Disney+ Marvel show will have its own “Luke Skywalker moment.”

Wait, what does that mean?

So what did Olsen say?

Olsen said a veteran from the Marvel Cinematic Universe could visit Westview, according to TVLine.

  • When asked about whether “WandaVision” would have a similar moment as Luke Skywalker’s return, Olsen said, “Yes.”
  • “I’m really excited,” she said.

Any clues?

“WandaVision” fans believe that Magneto — played by either Ian McKellen or Michael Fassbender — could show up in the show, according to ComicBook.com. Magneto has been a character in the X-Men franchise from 21st Century Fox, which Disney purchased two years back.

Vision actor Paul Bettany told Black Girl Nerds that a surprise actor will make an appearance on the show. The actor is someone Bettany has wanted to work with for awhile, he said, as I wrote about for the Deseret News.

I get to work with an actor that’s going to be a surprise for everybody. ... I’ve been wanting to work with (this person) forever who is just unbelievable and we have some real fireworks together.

Anything else?

Jac Schaeffer — the head writer of “WandaVision” — told the Deseret News recently that she couldn’t talk about what’s to come with the show.

  • “I mean there’s a lot that I want to talk about that I still can’t talk about,” she told me. “There is so much work that went into the big picture of the show. That’s what I can’t speak to — where everything started and really what we were thinking.”