WandaVision Star Reveals Certain Fan Theories Are Very Close To The Truth

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WandaVision fans have been coming up with all sorts of fan theories on what’s going on in this new Marvel TV show. Well, Paul Bettany who plays Vision in the show, has revealed that some of these theories are very close to the truth, which means we’ve now got to work out which theories he’s referring to.

He revealed this little bit of news during a recent interview with Marvel.com, and I’m actually pretty impressed that they posted what he said here. Why, you ask? Because it confirms that some fans have worked out what’s really going on and what will happen at the end of the series.

I’ve read all sorts of fan theories regarding WandaVision, and the most prominent one is that Mephisto is behind everything and influencing Wanda, which I do like. However, other people think that Wanda is doing all of this herself. So, it could be either one of those theories Paul Bettany is talking about.

Paul Bettany reveals that some WandaVision theories are very close to the truth

Read more: Paul Bettany Says WandaVision Will Make Sense Within The MCU

Here’s what Vision actor Paul Bettany had to say about those WandaVision fan theories:

I’m loving it. I’m loving it being disseminated to the fans. And I love how frustrated they are of not being able to see it all in one fix. I love reading their theories of what might happen. And some of them are incredibly accurate, actually. I keep thinking, “Marvel should give that person a job.” It’s been a whole lot of fun watching them go through this. I mean, I know they’ve been waiting a long time. So, have we. It’s really special to watch it on the platform without my name across the middle of it [on early screeners]. So yeah, it’s been really fun.

What do you make of this news? Which WandaVision fan theory do you think Paul Bettany is referring to in this interview? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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