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No Vision In Doctor Strange 2 Secretly Explained In Phase 2

A secret explanation for Vision’s absence in the Multiverse of Madness was given to Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Doctor Strange during Phase 2 of the MCU back in 2012. Vision and Scarlet Witch had a brief romance in Avengers: Age of Ultron, which paved the way for much of his future as a character. However, Vision’s absence from Doctor Strange 2 and Wanda Maximoff’s grief-stricken storyline was a bit of a shock after his role in WandaVision.

Where is Vision in Doctor Strange 2?

Vision

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness didn’t have Vision, and he was barely mentioned in the film. The Westview anomaly ending separated Scarlet Witch from her children, and now she must find them and bring them home. For someone who has previously been married to Vision, it seems odd that Wanda hasn’t also searched the multiverse for a different version of her husband. After the Darkhold corrupts her, Scarlet Witch appears to have no interest in life with Vision, and the other universe she wishes to live in at the end of Doctor Strange 2 does not include her android husband.

In the Multiverse of Madness, there is a clear explanation for why Vision is not with Wanda Maximoff on Earth-838. At the Illuminati ‘s headquarters, the movie spends the majority of its time. Illuminati in Doctor Strange 2 features several surprise cameos, as well as excellent Ultron bots. Scarlet Witch can easily destroy these Ultron droids, which are only used to transport Doctor Strange to the multiverse council. However, the inclusion of these characters explains why Doctor Strange 2 does not feature Vision. While Avengers: Age of Ultron featured a powerful AI that turned evil during Phase 2, Vision was never created on Earth-838.

Different Ending For Wanda Explained

Scarlet Witch

Ultron’s plan for global domination is directly linked to Vision’s MCU origin. Vibranium-powered Ultron knows that he can go even further and wants to create a synthetic body made of vibranium and powered by the Mind Stone, after upgrading his body to vibranium in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Vision’s skeleton is constructed from Ultron, Jarvis, Tony Stark, and Bruce Banner, with the addition of a Thor-supplied power kick. Doctor Strange 2’s Illuminati and the good Ultron bots from Avengers: Age of Ultron indicate that this never happened on Earth-838, despite its prominence in the MCU’s narrative.

If Vision and Ultron had not been created, it would be fascinating to think about how Earth-838 differs from the MCU. If Ultron had killed Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch would not have been traumatized by the destruction of the Mind Stone and the death of Vision. A different ending for Wanda Maximoff in Doctor Strange’s Multiverse of Madness suggests that she creates Billy and Tommy after settling down in less stressful circumstances, even without her partner. This is all due to the fact that she never encounters Vision or faces Ultron in the film. Even if Vision doesn’t exist in this universe, the simplicity of her family life helps explain her lack of interest in tracking him down.