What Happened to White Vision? Is White Vision Coming Back?


WandaVision is a miniseries created by Jac Schaeffer for the streaming service Disney+. It is based on Marvel Comics and features the beloved characters Wanda Maximoff, also known as the Scarlet Witch and Vision. Notably, WandaVision marks the first television series produced by Marvel Studios within the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). It exists within the same continuity as the franchise’s films and takes place after the events depicted in Avengers: Endgame (2019).

The series revolves around Wanda Maximoff and Vision as they embark on an idyllic suburban life in the picturesque town of Westview, located in New Jersey. However, their reality takes a surreal turn as they find themselves traversing different decades of sitcoms, paying homage to various television eras, and incorporating well-known tropes. The narrative explores the couple’s experiences within these ever-shifting, sitcom-inspired realities.

What Happened to White Vision?

After the intense battle between the two visions and the subsequent resolution, White Vision took to the skies and vanished. The episode doesn’t provide an explanation for his whereabouts, but it can be inferred that upon regaining his memories, he faced an existential crisis. It’s highly likely that he went off in search of answers regarding his identity. This left fans with an important question lingering. During their confrontation, Westview Vision asked White Vision if they could resolve their conflict peacefully. White Vision responded by stating that his programming required him to eliminate Vision.

Westview Vision intervened, asserting that he was not the true vision and only possessed fragments of the soul stone’s energy. He introduced the concept of the Ship of Theseus, emphasizing that the White Vision possessed the body and memories of the original Vision. With a touch on White Vision’s mind, Westview Vision unlocked his forgotten memories, causing White Vision to have a flashback of his past. He then affirmed that he was indeed the real Vision, subsequently flying out of the building and departing from Westview, disappearing for the remainder of the episode.

Is White Vision Coming Back?

Currently titled “Vision Quest,” the series will delve into the journey of White Vision as he strives to regain his humanity and memories following the climactic events of WandaVision. After escaping from Westview with his transformed appearance and newfound identity, this new iteration of Vision embarks on a mission of self-discovery. Similar to the Agatha: Coven of Chaos series, Vision Quest is being overseen by Jac Schaeffer, the creator, writer, and executive producer of WandaVision.

This version of Vision was constructed using the remnants of the original Vision following the events of Avengers: Infinity War. As the series reached its climax, a confrontation ensued between the two versions of Vision. Eventually, the White Vision decided to depart from Westview, asserting that “I am Vision.”

White Vision Cancelled

No, White Vision is not canceled. According to recent information from a famous source, it has been confirmed that the intriguing character of White Vision, portrayed by Paul Bettany, will be making a comeback in the upcoming project Armour Wars. Additionally, another noteworthy character, Justin Hammer, portrayed by Sam Rockwell, will also be joining the cast, adding further interest to the movie.

Originally planned as a TV series for Disney+, Marvel Studios made the decision to transform it into a feature film. Don Cheadle will be returning to reprise his role as Colonel Rhodes/War Machine, further contributing to the star-studded cast of Armor Wars.

Is White Vision the Real Vision?

After being assigned the task of eliminating Wanda Maximoff and the vision she had reconstructed, White Vision faced a profound existential dilemma. In a pivotal moment, he gained access to the memories of the original Vision, leading him to assert that he was, in fact, the genuine embodiment of Vision.

Having solidified his identity, White Vision chose to depart, leaving behind the lingering questions surrounding his purpose and the complexities of his newfound existence.

Who Created White Vision?

The credit for the creation of White Vision goes to Hank Pym. In the West Coast Avengers series, a new iteration of Vision, known as White Vision, was created by Hank Pym after the government dismantled the original Vision. The key distinction between the two versions lies in White Vision’s inability to experience emotions, resulting in a lack of affection for his wife, Scarlet Witch. This change is visually represented by his colorless appearance.

The third rendition of the character, White Vision, was constructed using the original Vision’s physical body. S.W.O.R.D. obtained his remains and attempted to revive him, but their efforts proved unsuccessful. However, a breakthrough occurred when Scarlet Witch inadvertently destroyed one of S.W.O.R.D.’s drones, which carried residual Chaos Magic. The scientists at S.W.O.R.D. harnessed this magic to successfully reactivate White Vision, giving him a renewed lease on life.

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