Something else that is intriguing about the design on one of the shirts is the circle design seen behind Wanda, which is similar in look to the enchanted Doctor Strange and Wong use. This may just be a visual design for the film, however it could also suggests Wanda tapping into wizardry that is similar to their’s. WandaVision established her using what’s called Chaos Magic, so her branching out into other sorcery would be interesting. The Doctor Strange 2 trailer also teases Strange tapping into Chaos Magic, so there might even be some otherworldly power swapping taking spot.
It is still obscure whether Wanda will be seen fighting against Doctor Strange or then again assuming she will at last support him in Multiverse of Madness. Wanda was a villain of sorts in WandaVision, and the Scarlet Witch has assumed that part before in the comics, so it’s not impossible she’ll oppose Strange for part of the film. Wanda is an exceptionally perplexing person, all things considered, and Doctor Strange 2 chief Sam Raimi talked with the overseer of WandaVision to ensure he did her justice. Including the dearest Avenger in Doctor Strange 2 is a consistent decision because of her involvement in imaginary worlds, and it will be interesting to finally see her job in the story of Doctor Strange in Multiverse of Madness.
New shirts inspired by Doctor Strange 2 uncover a superior glance at Wanda’s new Scarlet Witch costume for film. The outfit is similar to the one she wore in the finale of WandaVision, however there are a couple remarkable differences. She is wearing the same headband, yet this outfit gives Wanda sleeves. The sleeves seem to be essential for a long coat, yet the texture flowing behind her in the picture may just be important for her intricate top. Also gone are the gloves from the WandaVision costume, and here she’s illustrated as being exposed given. Look at the images, underneath:
Wanda Maximoff (Scarlet Witch) is coming off of shock in Avengers: Infinity War and the events of the Disney+ series WandaVision. In the series, she takes over the town of Westview and brings her adoration, Vision, back to daily routine so she can experience the existence she always cared about. In the process, however, she is torturing the town’s citizens. She at last realizes the mistake in her ways and frees the town, which also implied saying farewell to Vision and her youngsters. WandaVision’s post-credits scene shows Wanda leaving to reside alone, and this is the place where Doctor Strange finds her in the Multiverse of Madness trailer.