WandaVision Theory: Is Evan Peters’ Quicksilver Now Permanent in the MCU


It is an American Television series based on Marvel Comic characters Wanda and Vision. Jac Shaeffer is the creator of the miniseries and Disney + streamed it. WandaVision begins where Avengers: Endgame (2019) under the direction of Matt Shakman. The 2019 shooting was stopped due to COVID 19 pandemic but later on, it resumed in September 2020.

Moreover, on January 15, 2021, the two episodes of WandaVision released and it may continue till March. The first two episodes received a lot of appreciation from critics and audiences.

WandaVision Theory: Is Evan Peters' Quicksilver Now Permanent in the MCU

Evan Peters and his role in WandaVision

Evan Peters is a notorious American actor, prominently known for his FX anthology series. He is playing Quicksilver as a character in WandaVision. As episode 5 ended with a big twist which can change the whole perspective of Marvel fans. It ended where Wanda opened the door and saw Quicksilver (Even Peters), her brother, who died in Avengers: Age of Ultron. This concept hinted us the coming back of many more characters which will add spice to the miniseries.

WandaVision Theory: Is Evan Peters' Quicksilver Now Permanent in the MCU


As we could see it in Season 5 that Quicksilver isn’t dead, he’s back. So definitely the character ‘Quicksilver’ is final and the role is played by, Evan so, the Even as Quicksilver is permanent now.

Look at what Shaeffer has to say about it

“We loved the idea of bringing him back and then we were like. How in the world are we going to make this make logical sense? Like, how do we justify this?’ Because that’s the thing: You can hatch a million great ideas, but to make them land, to make them be grounded, to make them feel organic to the larger story is more difficult.” the creator of the show Shaeffer stated in the Marvel.com interview.

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“This show is such a mind scramble and because it’s working on so many levels, and there are so many notions of what’s real and what’s not — and performance, and casting, and audience, and fandom, and all of that — we just thought it would be the biggest thrill to bring Evan over to the Marvel Cinematic Universe,” stated Shaeffer.

“We thought like, ‘How do we give him this entrance, and then enjoy that, and then make it crazy?’ And we had long had the idea of the trope of the brother, or the relative, or whoever comes to town and like, stirs things up with the family — that sitcom trope.” Shaeffer said for Even Peters aka Quicksilver.

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