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Fans discover series continuity error

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WandaVision, in its last episode, made us discover the memories and traumas of Wanda Maximoff. We discovered more about the origin of his powers, but we also saw some unique moments from his past. One of those moments is the flashback that takes place at Avengers Headquarters, where Wanda mourns the death of her brother and ends up receiving a visit and some valuable advice from Visão.

According to The Direct, the scene in question brings some continuity errors from another launch in the Marvel Cinematic Universe – specifically, Captain America: Civil War. According to the website, Wanda’s bedroom in WandaVision has several disagreements with the room shown in Civil War, be it when it comes to decor, windows, and even other architectural details.

Check it out below:

Wanda’s bedroom at the base of the Avengers, as seen in Captain America: Civil War.

Wanda’s room seen on WandaVision.

Another factor that also caught the attention of many fans was the shape and layout of the windows. While the smaller windows look a bit ‘taller’ in WandaVision (which can just be a sensation caused by the height of the bed and even the angle of the camera), we can see that the larger windows, which are on the side of the chamber, have changed in size and even format compared to the Civil War, as you can see in the images below:

In Civil War, we see a large, unbroken window.

In WandaVision, the same window appears to have a very different format.

Of course, there are several justifications for these details. It is not known for sure how much time elapses between the flashback seen in WandaVision and the scenes in Captain America: Civil War, which would justify a new order or even a renovation of the room. If it wasn’t, Wanda could also have moved to another room in the meantime, as WandaVision’s room seems smaller, almost like it was a spare bedroom before moving into her ” final room ”.

Finally, another hypothesis raised is that, as this is a vision “revisited” by Agatha Harkness, events are perhaps not treated with the greatest likelihood in the world, not least because the memory of Wanda Maximoff about these events may not be perfect. Either way, this doesn’t seem like a mistake that ruins all the quality and technical zeal of the series.

WandaVision airs Fridays on Disney +. This Friday, March 5 will air the last episode of the series, bringing the conclusion to the Westview mystery and the latest clash between Wanda Maximoff and Agatha Harkness.

Below, save the Easter eggs from WandaVision’s eighth episode:

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