How Black Panther's Shuri could 'bring back' Vision in #WandaVision #disneyplus

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WandaVision cannot arrive on Disney Plus too soon, with Marvel fans desperate for some more MCU action. The series is expected to be the starting point for some important storylines, but how Vision can even appear has stumped many viewers. One theory, however, could explain it, and it involves Black Panther’s Shuri (Letitia Wright.)

WandaVision will see Scarlet Witch and Vision living the ideal life together in an American sitcom.

They have nosy neighbours, including Kathryn Hahn as Agnes, and even children, as one moment in the trailer seems to suggest.

Vision even uses his human face to get by, as they live a fairly normal life given their superhero identities.

However, if the trailer is to be believed, things are not as they seem, as they time-travel together and, in one moment, it looks as though someone is trying to reach Wanda from inside her life.

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WandaVision - how Shuri could bring back VisionWandaVision - how Shuri could bring back Vision (Image: Marvel)

WandaVision theory: Wanda will have to let Vision die for good

Some have believed this to be an extension of the House of M comic book storyline, where Wanda has had a mental breakdown and created an alternate reality in which her children are revived.

In the MCU, Wanda does not have children, but she has lost some very important parts of her life, including her brother, Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) and the love of her life, Vision.

Vision died after the Mind Stone was taken from his head by Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War, meaning he could no longer survive.

However, an eagle-eyed fan has a theory which suggests Vision could come back, but perhaps not quite in the same way.

Shuri talking to Bruce Banner in Avengers: Infinity WarShuri talking to Bruce Banner in Avengers: Infinity War (Image: Marvel)

Vision, as we may remember, was made from Tony Stark’s AI J.A.R.V.I.S. who was uploaded into a mechanical body, which then had the Mind Stone implanted into him to make him sentient in

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