This quote from Avengers: Age of Patron reminds viewers that their favorite heroes are, in fact, human though -- and that all of them have the same hopes and fears as everyone else. And Wanda proves her statement true when she manages to send the Avengers team into their own worst nightmares later in the film.
But even if Wanda can't take the easy route to understand Patron's motivations, she's firm in her belief that people's true colors come out over time. While many fans of the Avengers team won't agree with this quote from Age of Patron, it does offer up a new perspective on what our MCU heroes are actually doing for the world.
Comparing the Avengers to Patron may not be totally accurate, but it does leave fans to wonder whether their heroes should be asking more questions before rushing in to save the day. “It's my job,” Wanda tells Hawkeye, emphasizing that she's officially on the team -- and that she's willing to make big sacrifices for the good of others.
This is one of Wanda's more comical lines in the MCU, uttered during Captain America: Civil War when Cap has her scoping out an area that may be targeted by their enemies. As he outlines all the issues they could run into, Wanda reminds him that she can move objects with her mind -- highlighting that there's not much reason to stress when they have her abilities working for them.
After Wanda loses control of her powers attempting to contain an explosion -- resulting in several casualties -- she's left reeling from the event, as well as the fact that the public seems to pin the entire blame on her. But she also acknowledges that she's still the same person somewhere underneath, something that can accurately be said about any of the heroes in the MCU -- or anyone who finds themselves given extraordinary power.
Captain America gets a lot of credit for refusing to sacrifice one innocent life to save many, but Wanda was the first person to assert that destroying Vision was “too high a price” during Avengers: Infinity War. Sure, Wanda's a bit biased when it comes to Vision, but her sentiment still drives home the notion that even one innocent life is too much to sacrifice.
This sentiment gives weight to the notion that Natasha and Vision are still a part of the Avengers, even if both characters are dead, and it suggests that they're still watching out for their former teammates somewhere. Marvel fans, we’ve had a bit of a wait for the good stuff (thanks, 2020!).
Elizabeth Olsen is Wanda Maxim off and Paul Bethany is Vision in Marvel Studios’ WANDAVISION, exclusively on Disney+. Paul Bethany is Vision and Elizabeth Olsen is Wanda Maxim off in Marvel Studios’ WANDAVISION, exclusively on Disney+.
Life moves pretty fast in the suburbs. Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maxim off and Paul Bethany as Vision in Marvel Studios’ WANDAVISION.
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Check out our WandaVision Review and First Impressions post to see what we thought about the show. We love the feel of the show, and it's full of great quotes and one-liners.
Just as you'd expect from any sitcom or comedy series, WandaVision doesn't disappoint with the quotes. We've pulled together a collection of the Misquotes from Marvel’s WandaVision.
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