The 2015 film Avengers: Age of Ultron marked the actress’s MCU debut. After a twisting narrative arc, her character died after the movie Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness in 2022.
However, superhero enthusiasts know that a figure may suddenly come back to life. Elizabeth’s position in the cosmos is, therefore, still being determined.
Actress Elizabeth Olsen is tired of playing the same character in repetitive films. After spending four years only working in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Olsen recently said that she is fervently looking for various roles, according to Variety.
Olsen spent excessive time on the Scarlet Witch role by filming “WandaVision” and “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” back-to-back.
Olsen thanked the MCU before the SAG-AFTRA strike but also stated she hoped to broaden her interests beyond supervillains and reading the Darkhold. Olsen was unfortunately prevented from auditioning for jobs other than the Scarlet Witch for years by the COVID-19 epidemic and her Marvel contract.
She likes the role of suspected ax murderer Candy Montgomery in Max’s Love and Death and can’t wait for viewers to see it. Despite having worked on Marvel films nonstop for several years, Olsen said she intends to return to the MCU at some time and that the break she’s taken has been beneficial.
Elizabeth Olsen’s First Appearance In MCU
In the opening credits of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Elizabeth Olsen made her debut appearance as Wanda Maximoff.
The sequence prepares the heroine and her brother Pietro, also known as Quicksilver, for their 2015 debut in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Even though she excelled in the part in both the movie and the Disney+ series WandaVision, she has bigger plans for her acting career than just playing the Scarlet Witch.
“Wind River” and “Ingrid Goes West” were films that Olsen was happy to have chosen since they were so unlike one another. “So I just want more of that in my life just because I get satisfaction from the variation.”
Olsen is anticipated to reprise her role as Wanda Maximoff in the soon-to-be-released Agatha: Coven of Chaos Disney+ series, which has already been filmed.