‘Doctor Strange 2’ Star Elizabeth Olsen On How Scarlett Johansson Taught Her to Be A Superhero

Elizabeth Olsen

Elizabeth Olsen plays the character of Wanda Maximoff in her recent film ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ which is being most talked about. It’s because her role essayed by Benedict Cumberbatch is growing over the course of the film.

On the other hand Olsen, whose portrayal of the mystical Scarlet Witch that simply made her one of the favorites MCU fans has to say that whatever Wanda has to go through, the actress will continue to defend her character.

This is what Olsen told senior media reporter at Variety, “I remember people saying at the end of ‘Wandavision’. ‘She has no accountability’,” The actress told this on the red carpet occasion of red carpet at the ‘Multiverse of Madness’ premiere on Monday.

“She’s gonna take accountability for herself, she’s gonna isolate, she’s gonna think about it, and she’s gonna grow.”

Please note that ‘Multiverse of Madness’ is basically a sequel to the 2016 ‘Doctor Strange‘, the film also follows some other film threads of the Disney+ series ‘Wandavision that starred both Paul Bettany and Olsen as Wanda and the android Vision.

This is what Olsen recalled, “Getting to do ‘Wandavision’ and then coming into this film, my priority was, how do we continue the thread, but how do we also make it different? she recalled.

The actress further stated, “How is there an evolution, how can we keep it exciting for the fans? And how can we ground her and show them something they haven’t seen yet? And I’m really looking forward for the fan response after this film. I think everyone’s in for a ride.”

Wandavision is known to be one of the most decent MCU projects managed to garner a number of Emmy nominations that included nods of Kathryn Hahn, Bettany and Olsen.

As the entire series first premiered in the year 2021, Olsen couldn’t grab all the attention in the form of glitz and glamour of a premiere party to the show until ‘Multiverse of Madness’ press tour.

This is what Olsen said, “It’s really surreal. I keep hearing about the response, but it’s hard to actually connect with it until you’re actually at a premiere like this,” she said.

“It’s wild. This is eight years now for me with Marvel, and I just feel so grateful to still be here and to have grown this character to what she’s become. But I’m also grateful to Kevin Feige for giving me the opportunity to do ‘Wandavision’ and having the idea.”

“I was just amazed by her ease and her comfort and how she includes the crew in everything, and how she makes everyone part of the team and feel excited to come to work. And I’ve really taken that into my life since then.” Olsen shared.


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