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‘WandaVision’ Episode 9 Has Longest Runtime Of The Series – According To New Rumor

You would be hard pressed to find a series on television or a streaming service that is more unique and question inducing that WandaVision. The kick off of Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, this how has flipped the superhero genre on its head with its insane storytelling. It has also done it in half hour increments. That is, until now. Episode 7 was 42 minutes long, and even had an after credits scene. Episode 8 was 47 minutes and also included a post credits scene. With just the final episode left, many have wondered how long this episode will be. It’s been said that each Disney Plus MCU series would be 6 hours in total, but with these shorter episodes, will they get to that amount? A new leak suggests that they’re on their way…

A reliable Redditer, who is verified and has posted time leaks that have been 100% true, has posted the runtime for Episode 9. Episode 8 was the longest thus far, at 47 minutes. Episode 7, which they also accurately predicted, was 42 minutes. Currently, the show sits at 5 hours and 4 minutes of runtime. With the predicted time of 50 minutes for the final episode, the longest episode puts the series at just under the 6 hour mark by 6 minutes. That would actually make a lot of sense for the final episode that is meant to wrap up all of the mysteries of this show, along with help setting up future MCU titles like Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

If this is true, and the track record speaks for itself, then we are in for the longest episode yet and a set up to a finale that will very likely blow the minds of every fan. This series has opened up a whole new world that has only been teased thus far in the MCU, that being the magical realm. And, with a “Luke level” cameo still to come and some many questions answered, these next two weeks will be world altering for fans.

Are you excited for the longest episode of WandaVision yet? Let us know in the comments below!

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