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‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ will create ‘bigger’ fan theories than ‘WandaVision’

Georges St-Pierre, who plays Batroc the Leaper in ‘Falcon and Winter Soldier’ said the new show will create many fan theories

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Falcon/Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) in Marvel Studios’ “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.”

Falcon/Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) in Marvel Studios’ “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.” Georges St-Pierre, who plays Batroc the Leaper in “Falcon and Winter Soldier” said the new show will create many fan theories.

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“The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” star Georges St-Pierres said the upcoming Disney+ Marvel show will inspire more fan theories than “WandaVision” ever did.

What’s going on?

St. Pierres — who plays Batroc the Leaper — recently told The Complex Sports Podcast that fans can expect a lot of teasers and cliffhangers that will inspire fan theories. In fact, he said there will be more fan theories than “WandaVision.”

  • “I think it will be even, maybe, it could be even bigger, it’s huge. They put so much budget into this thing, it’s incredible.”

St. Pierres said he couldn’t say much about his own character because there are so many secrets on the show, according to GamesRadar.

  • “It’s all very compartmented. I only know what I needed to know. I don’t know the whole story,” he said. “Even if I wanted to tell you stuff, I couldn’t. They’re very good at hiding stuff.”

‘WandaVision’ theories

“WandaVision” is a Disney+ show that was packed with theories and speculation from the beginning. Questions about the identity of the aerospace engineer, Agnes’ true identity, whether or not Doctor Strange would show up, and so many more plot points ran rampant throughout the show’s run. It didn’t help that actor Paul Bettany hyped a cameo from a secret actor — it ended up being himself — and Elizabeth Olsen teased a “Luke Skywalker moment,” which is a reference to when Luke Skywalker showed up in “The Mandalorian.”

However, ScreenRant suggests that the heavy speculation for “WandaVision” might have distracted fans from seeing the show’s true themes.