Why Wanda Doesn’t Look for [SPOILER] In Doctor Strange 2

Warning: SPOILERS ahead for
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse Of Madness.,Elizabeth Olsen reveals why Wanda Maximoff doesn’t search for Vision in 
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Directed by Marvel veteran Sam Raimi, the long-awaited
Doctor Strange sequel finally arrived in theaters on May 6th. Set shortly after the events of 
WandaVision, the film sees Olsen’s Wanda going up against Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) as the sorcerer tries to defend multiversal traveler America Chavez (Xochitl Gomez) from the wrath of the Scarlet Witch.,Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness marks the first time viewers have seen 
Wanda since the end of WandaVision, in which she trapped the entire town of Westview in an idyllic sitcom world while grieving the loss of her husband, Vision. By the end of the series, Wanda is forced to sacrifice both Vision and her two sons, Billy and Tommy, for the greater good. Despite the fact that Wanda has lost many important people in her life by the beginning of the new 
Doctor Strange film
 (including her parents and her brother, Pietro), she is seemingly hellbent on only finding her kids—and will happily shatter the multiverse to do so. This has raised eyebrows, though, because it’s confusing why she wasn’t equally as determined to find Vision, whose death in
Avengers: Infinity War was nothing short of devastating to her.,Related: Doctor Strange 2 Is Finally Completing Scarlet Witch’s Age Of Ultron Revenge,While speaking with 
Collider, Olsen revealed why Wanda set her sights solely on her children rather than her husband in 
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. She explains that with Wanda having become a mother in 
WandaVision, that is now her main driving instinct. She also adds that the Wanda of the other universe is a single mother without a Vision, representing again that to Wanda her children are what’s most important. Olsen’s full quote can be read below:,Considering her past, it makes sense that Vision isn’t the only person central to the myth of the Scarlet Witch. Throughout the new film, Wanda explains multiple times that Billy and Tommy are the “
most important thing” in the world to her, and that she’s first and foremost, a mother. While Wanda’s fierce determination to find her children might seem admirable, it isn’t always pretty, and often times comes at the expense of other people’s lives—in very violent, gory ways. 
Multiverse of Madness is being called Marvel’s scariest film to date, with Wanda being responsible for the majority of the on-screen violence.,It’ll be interesting to see where Scarlet Witch’s story will go from here, and if Vision might possibly appear in future MCU projects. Regardless, Wanda manages to serve as an incredibly convincing villain in the new
Doctor Strange movie, with audiences now aware of just how far Wanda will go to be reunited with her family. Even though the end of the film shows Wanda sacrificing herself to destroy the Darkhold, it would be surprising if 
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness really was the
last time audiences see Wanda/Scarlet Witch, meaning there’s plenty of possibilities for Vision and Wanda to perhaps appear on-screen together in the future.,More: All 22 Universes In Doctor Strange 2,Source: