WandaVision & Twilight Crossover Art Imagines Robert Pattinson as Vision

Amusing crossover fan art combining WandaVision and Twilight turns Robert Pattinson into Vision and Kristen Stewart into Scarlet Witch.

Crossover fan art combining WandaVision and Twilight turns Robert Pattinson into Vision and Kristen Stewart into Scarlet Witch. To say that these two projects are quite different would be an understatement, though they do have one thing in common: They center on a star-crossed couple. While Twilight covers the romance between vampire Edward Cullen (Pattinson) and human Bella Swan (Stewart), Marvel’s ongoing WandaVision is all about the bond between synthezoid Vision (Paul Bettany) and magically-enhanced human Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen). Further complicating both of these relationships is the fact that, technically, the men are both dead

WandaVision‘s confounding mysteries have slowly been unraveling with each passing episode, and now the series is down to its final two installments. The MCU-set Disney+ show kicked off with a classic sitcom format, but it has gradually turned into more of a standard Marvel project. The biggest questions surrounding WandaVision have to do with its overarching villain (who was just revealed in the most recent episode), the circumstances behind the creation of its sitcom-y world, and, yes, Vision’s surprising resurrection.

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And yet, through it all, WandaVision has focused on Scarlet Witch and Vision’s bond, which has grown considerably since they first shared the screen in 2015’s Avengers: Age of Ultron. Now, a new piece of fan art from Butcher Billy imagines another iconic duo as Marvel’s current star couple. Taking the poster for 2008’s Twilight, Pattinson and Stewart don Vision and Wanda’s classic costumes. Completing this fun crossover is the title, which combines Twilight and WandaVision‘s most recent episode. Check out the piece down below.

Hilariously, Pattinson is on the verge of joining the superhero world himself, though he’ll be in the DC world instead of the MCU. Next year, he’ll finally make his debut as Bruce Wayne in The Batman, a project that might be just as anticipated as the MCU’s Phase 4 is. Fans are quite excited to see him take on this iconic role, though the above art does make one wonder how he would fare as Vision. It would certainly make WandaVision very different.

Twilight‘s Edward and Bella got their happily ever after, but the prospects seem bleaker for Wanda and Vision. Though nothing is set in stone just yet, WandaVision star Teyonah Parris called the finale “incredibly sad,” which doesn’t seem to bode well for its titular couple. Vision’s current inability to survive outside of Westview indicates he won’t make it out of the show alive, which would be quite the blow to Wanda. Again, anything can happen, but fans might need to brace themselves for a devastating split.

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