‘WandaVision’: Why Are There So Many Hexagons?
If you’re paying attention to WandaVision you have definitely noticed how many hexagons are in this show. They’re in the opening and closing credits of every version of the sitcom-within-a-show. They’re often hidden in the decor around Wanda and Vision’s home. The shape of the energy barrier around Westview, New Jersey is even a hexagon. So what gives?
Yes, we know that Wanda makes “hexes” in the comics, and Darcy calls the “anomaly” a hex because of its hexagonal shape — but we think there’s more to it than that. If it wasn’t, why would Jimmy write it on his whiteboard as a big question? (“Why hexagonal shape?”) There’s got to be a bigger reason. And in our latest video, we break down all of the uses of hexagon on WandaVision, and try to figure out what they secretly mean. Watch the video below:
If you liked this video on the meaning of all the hexagons in WandaVision, check out some more of our videos below, including our video on whether Wanda is the villain of WandaVision, the coolest Marvel Easter eggs in WandaVision episode five, and our theories about the ending of this episode. Plus, there’s tons more over at ScreenCrush’s YouTube channel. Be sure to subscribe to catch all our future episodes. WandaVision airs weekly on Fridays on Disney+. The next Marvel Disney+ series, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, premieres on the service on March 19.
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