Since the time Disney effectively purchased 21st Century Fox and every one of their IPs. Including the X-Men, fans contemplated whether or when Marvel Studios would retcon Wanda Maximoff as a freak.
In an ongoing meeting with Empire, Kevin Feige developed Wanda as a character since her presentation and how much the character has experienced. Feige really depicted Wanda’s forces as “not well characterized and unexplored.” Which he said would merit investigating “post-Endgame:”
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“In the event that you take a gander at the Infinity Saga. I don’t think any single individual has experienced more torment and injury than Wanda Maximoff. What’s more, no character is by all accounts as amazing as Wanda Maximoff. What’s more, no character has a force set that is as poorly characterized and unexplored as Wanda Maximoff. So it appeared investigating that would be advantageous post-Endgame.”
The last two inquiries are fairly evident if Wanda is really a freak. With her having acquired the freak quality from one of her folks. And that the Mind Stone did in fact simply “open it.” However, Kevin Feige’s first inquiry concerning who really thinks about Wanda’s forces is intriguing. The straight-forward response to this inquiry is likely Kathryn Hahn’s Agnes. Who is Wanda and Vision’s intrusive neighbor.
In any case, it is turning out to be increasingly more clear that she is really Agatha Harkness. In the funnies, Harkness was a centuries-old witch, turning into the head of a gathering of them and other mystical creatures. This could integrate with the recently announced notice of an activity scene including a “witch coven part.” Harkness searched Wanda out because of Mephisto searching out her kids.
So Harkness cleaned Wanda’s memory of them and went about as an educator to Wanda. Helping her control Wanda’s freak capacities, presently characterized as “disorder wizardry.” So, fans could see Wanda’s forces reclassified in such a manner. Regardless of whether Wanda is affirmed to be a freak or that she was in every case naturally otherworldly.