WandaVision’s Teyonah Parris on Rambeau’s shocking conversion: We saw her physical manifestation through grief

Teyonah Parris opened up about Monica Rambeau’s physical and emotional transformation scene from WandaVision. In a chat with Marvel Studios, the actress explained the scene as it played out.
WandaVision’s Teyonah Parris on Rambeau’s shocking conversion: We saw her physical manifestation through grief
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Teyonah Parris has an alarmingly large fan-base for her popular character as Monica Rambeau on WandaVision. Becoming an audience favourite with her empowering women lead role, the star has consistently given her fans every reason to be the most popular face. Parris, in an interview with Marvel Studios, revealed how her latest episode had a distinct transformation scene. 

Dr. Darcy Lewis had warned Captain Rambeau to not use the Hex again, considering the uncertainty of the outcome. In order to help Wanda Maximoff and Westview at all costs, Monica took a brave step without working out the implications of her actions and went through it anyway. The shocking scene witnessed the captain’s transformation in unimaginable ways. Speaking of her physical and emotional changes, the star confessed how the pain of Monica’s mother’s death made her become even stronger and now was able to grieve in peace. “But in this one moment here, she got to really sit in her grief and move through it physically. We saw the physical manifestation of Monica moving through her grief” said the actress.

Teyonah explained director Matt Shakman had helped her understand the scene from scratch, and helped her pull-off the difficult role with ease. “He had in his mind how it would all mesh together. I just tried to imagine the grief and the heaviness of Monica losing her mom and not being there, and the heaviness of the guilt. And then essentially at the end, wanting to make her proud, wanting to show I will move forward.”

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