Wanda Maximoff’s grief is a central pillar of her character, and the MCU has spent the last decade building up a tragic backstory to affect the Scarlet Witch for years to come. WandaVision is one of the first times when Wanda affects others by the actions she takes in order to avoid her true emotions, and it’s not too much of a surprise to imagine that this tendency will follow the character in her next appearances.
In an interview with Variety, WandaVision composers Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez spoke about how they wrote music for the Scarlet Witch-centered series.
The duo revealed that they saw Wanda as a character with “a lot of darkness in her,” which they said will follow the Avenger for more “movies to come:”
“She’s got a lot of darkness in her, and her struggle is a major theme in this series and will continue to be in movies to come. She’s a witch, and I wanted to make sure that her theme reflected that.”
Some theories have suggested that Wanda’s journey in this series will end with the superhero turning into a dark and villainous version of herself, which could explain the character’s inclusion in the Doctor Strange sequel. The “Multiverse of Madness” might be created by Wanda Maximoff, especially if she continues to be affected by her past in future movies