In an interview, Elizabeth Olsen stated that she doesn’t know if she would return to the Marvel Universe in the future.
Scarlet Witch fans and Elizabeth Olsen are both ready to see her back on the big screen!
After chatting about her new Hattie Harmony: Worry Detective children’s book on The Tonight Show on Wednesday, 33-year-old actress Wanda Maximoff told Jimmy Fallon that she’d be up for a return to the character of Wanda Maximoff.
When it comes to the future of Olsen, he’s just as clueless as the rest of us, having featured in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and WandaVision in 2021.
“I’m not sure if I’ll be back. I need to return. But, to be honest, I’m stumped. Marvel needs to be scared into doing it or something, therefore I urge fans to be as aggressive as possible “she made light of the situation with a joke. “As a matter of fact, I’m retracting my earlier statement that that was the best approach to do anything. There’s no need to resort to violence.”
When the 47-year-old presenter inquired if she would be returning to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Olsen said, “Yes.” “That’s what I’m hoping for. Afterwards, he said, “I would want to do more. They don’t tell me anything.”
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness was also a topic that Fallon brought up, and Olsen revealed that she hadn’t seen it yet—but not because she had a lack of desire to do so.
When the film’s premiere was scheduled, “I was sick and I didn’t want to sit through it,” the actress said. In order to watch the film, I asked them to send me a screener with my name on it and the time I was watching, which I didn’t want to watch.
As for the watermarked copy, “It was just distracting,” she remarked, suggesting that she might be selling it illegally. “Suppose I did anything like that. What’s the deal with that? What’s the point of sending it to anyone at all? In other words, how exactly do you record it to your computer?”
“Eventually I’ll see the movie… I’ve heard that it’s available for streaming “Later, she made a joke about it.
However, even though Olsen has shown an interest in rejoining the Marvel Cinematic Universe, she has also stated that her contract with Marvel has restricted her capacity to appear in other films. An unnamed Marvel spokesperson did not respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment on this story.
Last month, she remarked in an interview with the New York Times, “It pushed me away from the physical ability to do some tasks that I believed were more aligned with the things I valued as an audience member.” “And this is the most honest I’ve ever been.”
A leading part in Yorgos Lanthimos’ dark comedy The Lobster was turned down by Olsen because of her commitment to Marvel.
For some time, she was irritated, she told the New York Times. “Even though I had a stable job, I was losing the aspects of myself that I thought were more integral to who I was. As a result, the more away from it I went, the less of an option I was regarded for.”
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