The X Men star got a cameo in 'WandaVision', and it would be so great to see him once again – this time returning to his role of Quicksilver in 'Multiverse of Madness'.
Fans were super hyped to see Evan Peters returning to his role of Pietro Maximoff (Quicksilver) in 'WandaVision' TV Series; however, it turned out soon enough that it wasn't actually Quicksilver as X Men franchise fans know him. Peters played the role of Ralph Bohner, one of the residents of Westview, who, being possessed by Agatha Harkness' dark magic, developed superhuman speed. Posing as Pietro, Ralph tried to get close to Wanda only to be subdued and eventually freed by Monica Rambeau.
'Multiverse of Madness', based on the whole alternate universes concept, was seen by many fans as a perfect opportunity to finally introduce "proper" X Men into the MCU – and finally "fix" Quicksilver, who, being portrayed by Aaron Taylor-Johnson, appeared and died on screen in 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'. But, alas, Marvel execs ultimately decided not to explore this particular direction.
Although there are lots of big and important cameos in 'Multiverse of Madness', Evan Peters, sadly, is not in the movie – not in any capacity whatsoever, to the disappointment of many Marvel fans who were hoping he'll return as Quicksilver, for real this time and not as some sort of imposter like in 'WandaVision'. Thus, every "spoiler" related to Quicksilver in 'Multiverse of Madness' is not true (some pics resurfaced on social media, but they are all either from 'Age of Ultron' or entirely fake). And the only X Men character that actually is in the movie is Professor Xavier played, once again, by Patrick Stewart.