Eleven in Stranger Things sister of Wanda in MCU’s WandaVision. Yes, Eleven from Stranger Things and Wanda from MCU’s Disney+ WandaVision are sisters.
- Eleven in Stranger Things is younger-self of Wanda from MCU’s WandaVision
- Wanda and Eleven both are products of an experiment
- The only survivors of the Experiment
- Wanda and Eleven both have or had Superhuman siblings
- Wanda and Eleven both possessed Evil
- Reality Manipulation – Wanda in MCU’s WandaVision and Eleven in Stranger Things
Eleven in “Stranger Things” is the younger self of Wanda from MCU’s Disney+ “WandaVision”. This is the fact that the makers of both shows are hiding. With Stranger Things 4 and MCU’s Disney+ WandaVision moving ahead with their production and release, fans will come to know about this relation between Wanda and Eleven.
Eleven in Stranger Things is younger-self of Wanda from MCU’s WandaVision
Stranger Things and WandaVision are totally different shows and are based in a totally different universe. But there is one aspect that might connect the Stranger Things and MCU’s Disney+ WandaVision. That aspect is the similarities between the characters and storyline of Wand from MCU’s WandaVision and Eleven from Stranger Things.
Our theory suggests that Wanda is the grown-up Avatar of Eleven, as they both share a lot in common. What Wanda is, or presumed to be, in the MCU’s WandaVision suggests that she must have been Eleven in the past timeline, in which Stranger Things is based in.
Wanda and Eleven both are products of an experiment
Both, Eleven in Stranger Things and Wanda in MCU were intended to be a weapon. The powers they possess are a result of experiments performed on them by rogue scientists and organizations. And in both cases, it was somewhat forced upon them.
Wanda at her young age after losing her parents joined HYDRA, a terrorist organization, in MCU. She, with her brother Pietro aka Quick Silver, was exposed to the powers of Mind Stone, held by Loki’s sceptre, as a part of HYDRA’s experiment. It was that experiment which gave Wanda aka Scarlett Witch the superpowers she possesses today in MCU.
Eleven in Stranger Things received her power through similar experiments, however, in her case, it was a torcher, forced upon her. When experimented upon for years, she finally managed to develop the Superpower her father and the rouge organization wanted to weaponize through her.
The only survivors of the Experiment
Scarlet Witch, played by Elizabeth Olsen, in MCU’s WandaVision and Eleven, played by Millie Bobby Brown, in Stranger Things are the products of an experiment. But they were not the only ones experimented upon.
Yes, in Stranger Things and MCU, Eleven and Wanda respectively were the part of a group or selected potential individuals who were being experimented upon to be converted into a weapon. But only Wanda and her brother in MCU and Eleven and her sister Eight aka Kali Prasad in Stranger Things successfully possessed the powers.
Wanda and Eleven both have or had Superhuman siblings
Both Wanda from MCU’s WandaVision and Eleven from Netflix’s Stranger Things had or have superhuman siblings. Scarlet Witch had a superhero brother named QuickSilver, who died in “Age of Ultron” while trying to save Hawkeye.
Eleven have, though we don’t know if she’s still alive or not, a superhuman sister named Eight. It’s known that Eight was also experimented upon and possessed some similar powers like Eleven. However, they only met for a very short while in Stranger Things 2.
Wanda and Eleven both possessed Evil
Wanda in MCU’s WandaVision will be a hero undoubtedly, and so do Eleven in Stranger Things. However, it wasn’t always same for both the heroes. One of the similarities in their characters is that both of them were once evil, or created evil, before becoming heroes.
As seen at the beginning of “Avenger’s Age of Ultron”, Wanda was on Ultron’s side. She, with Quick Silver, fought against Avengers. It was later only when she realised the plans of Ultron and joined the Avengers to be the hero she is. Similarly, in Stranger Things, Eleven was the one who accidentally created the Evil. She, while being experimented upon, opened the Gate of Upside Down and allowed the Mind Flayer to sneak into our world.
Reality Manipulation – Wanda in MCU’s WandaVision and Eleven in Stranger Things
As we know Wanda, she has the powers that can manipulate reality. She has done this before in MCU in some instances, and she will be doing so in MCU’s WandaVision. Yes, if theories and rumours are to be believed, MCU’s WandaVision will see Wanda rewriting the reality of this world. She’ll manipulate the reality either due to her mourning state or some other reasons.
In the case of Stranger Things, there are theories that Eleven has also manipulated the reality in the show similar to Wanda in MCU’s Wanda Vision. Though manipulation of reality isn’t one of the specified powers of Eleven, we have seen her entering into the world that is not real. And theories suggest that Upside Down and the Mind Flayer are the traumas in Eleven’s brain brought to reality by herself.