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Doctor Strange 2 Will Scarlet Witch Regain Her Accent

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Doctor Strange 2 Updates: Elizabeth Olsen has made her debut as Wanda Maximoff in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Her character in the movie had a heavy accent due to which Wanda has been from the functional country of Sokovia. As per Olsen, the accent will be going to make a return in the upcoming movie Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

On speaking with Rolling Stone as the part of the oral history on the smash of the hit WandaVision, Olsen has been asked about the accent of her character and it was noted that while it had been toned down drastically as the film had been going on when the things will have changed.

Olsen said on starting with the Civil War. Russos and Joseph said that she can just have a softer accent as she has been in America and it has to have been speaking English more.

She was sure of the appearance of her in the movie Doctor Strange after the experience she has with her character of Wanda Vision. She has gone back to an accent that is more true for her.

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Olsen has gone on to the note that now she is feeling more ownership over Wanda. She has been an easier timing for the coming to the terms with how to express the character and the way she has spoken in WandaVision, which may not have been an accurate depiction due to Wanda who is purposely been trying to hold on to the ideals of the American sitcom.

Now as they have been feeling more ownership of the character. They have been feeling like she does retreat on having a more honest expression. The sitcom part has been totally different.

As they have been trying to hold on to an American sitcom world and is playing the part the best she can do.

The movie Doctor Strange In the Multiverse of Madness will be going to feature the Sorcerer Supreme which has been joined by the Scarlet Witch with the sequel, which is being described as the first MCU horror movie been directed by Sam Raimi and has been written by Michael Waldron.