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Marvel Fans Spot Old Elizabeth Olsen Interview Where She Said Doctor Strange 2’s Scarlet Witch Storyline Would Be ‘Unbelievable’

Marvel Fans Spot Old Elizabeth Olsen Interview Where She Said Doctor Strange 2's Scarlet Witch Storyline Would Be 'Unbelievable'

Doctor Strange 2 Elizabeth Olsen’s Wanda Maximoff into the darkest version of the Scarlet Witch persona—the one who ruins the Marvel Universe and threatens reality itself. Many fans were hoping that the Multiverse of Madness, instead of following Marvel Comics history by portraying Wanda as a dangerous and unstable villain, would turn into Doctor Strange’s ally, and thus the backlash. Doctor Strange 2 Understood. However, the debate about Scarlet Witch’s murderous turn and/or Wanda’s future in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has hit an interesting new bump, as Marvel fans have unearthed an old interview where Elizabeth Olsen existed (or Hex). ?) wanted!

Screen Rant sat down with Elizabeth Olsen and Aaron Taylor-Johnson during their MCU debut in Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015). At the time, Wanda Maximoff’s storyline in the franchise was just beginning — and naturally, the question arose of where Olsen wanted the character to take the lead. That’s when Lizzie dropped this gem, which may have shaped her future:

“I mean, my favorite is “House of M,” but that would never happen. But if she could have two fake kids and everyone tells her they don’t exist and she gets mad, that’s unbelievable. Will – but I don’t think they’re going to do that [laughs], It might be a little too dark for Marvel [Cinematic] Universe. When she loses her mind, it’s my favorite thing in the comics.”

Elizabeth, be careful what you wish for.

It’s actually ironic and ridiculous that Elizabeth Olsen has expressed such enthusiasm for the not-so-distant prospect of working on a story that is now generating a lot of backlash within the Marvel fantasy. To be clear: just because Olsen expressed this sentiment early on, it in no way invalidates all criticism from fans that took place in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Olsen’s Wanda has come such a long way in development since then avengers 2 — and arguably given him a lot more depth than he could find in Marvel Comics. After Olsen’s deep, complex and subtle Emmy-nominated performance wandavisionFans expected more from the full-on bad turn they saw Doctor Strange 2.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Writer Michael Waldron makes his case for why Scarlet Witch was villainized (again):

“I mean, it’s always been in the cards because it’s who the character is in the comics, to build”house of m‘ And all that stuff, Wanda is descending into madness.” Waldron explained, “We were excited about the idea of ​​making him the primary antagonist in the film because it felt like there was no strong antagonist… it felt like the door was open for us. He finally opened the darkhold.”wandavision‘ And that is the book of the damned. So it was there to take it. I felt thatwandavision‘ pushed him to a place where he had thought of this sorrow, but perhaps the only thing he hadn’t thought of was his anger at all this, and it was something that I discussed [Elizabeth Olsen]And I think what Darkhold captured was that anger and that really clouded Wanda’s decision making.”

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