Wanda Maximoff has had a difficult time of it recently. Not, in any event, addressing her horrible uprising in Sokovia, she as of late had her better half-killed before her two times and lost fictitious children who had turned into a reality in her mind. In this way, it's not very unexpected to perceive how her turn in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness turned out to be so dark. She straight-up butchered the whole Illuminati.
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The last time audiences saw Elizabeth Olsen onscreen, she had a change of heart, and she met on to make a sacrificial play to obliterate all Darkholds across the Multiverse. However, is she dead?
As per Michael Waldron, the movie's writer, her status is "up for interpretation." Despite those words, it's critical to remember this classic narrating rule: on the off chance that audiences didn't witness it, it didn't happen.
So what's next for the character? What might be said about the solo film that is being discussed within the rumor mill? Fortunately, Olsen herself had the option to eliminate any confusion about everything — or possibly endeavored to.
Will Elizabeth Olsen Star In a Scarlet Witch Movie?
In an interview with Good Morning America, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness star Elizabeth Olsen was inquired as to whether she planned to assume a part in the impending Agatha spin-off show, or perhaps her own solo film.
The entertainer noted how she'd "love to be a part of both," yet that she "know[s] nothing about [her] future:"
“I would love to be a part of both of those. No one tells me anything, and I’m not even hiding a secret because I’m bad at that. I know nothing about my future.”
Beforehand, Olsen uncovered how she'd be supportive of a Scarlet Witch solo movie, provided "they have a good story to tell:”
“Oh, I don’t know, but if they have a good story to tell, I’ll be there… [at least after a long break first], even a little one. Just some version of a break.”
While addressing Variety, she additionally clarified that while “[she’s] expecting to return… no one’s told me I’m doing anything [more yet]:”
“It’s weird that I’m expecting to return, but no one’s told me I’m doing anything! But in my mind, I’m just making the assumption that they’ll have me again. I don’t know to what capacity, but I hope I’m back. I hope there’s also more fun to be had in something different. Where do we go? I feel like we’ve done so much with her. It’s been really a wild couple years with her.”
One more example of Olsen supporting that she has no clue about what her future holds was during a meeting with The Blast, where she essentially expressed: “there’s no plan:”
“There’s no plan, and I’m serious... I’m not a good liar. I wish I had a plan.”
Andrew Garfield set such a trend with his Spider-Man: No Way Home lies that it's difficult to believe most cases like these from Olsen. However, one can't fault the entertainers — they're under strict lawful strain to not express anything by any means.
Notwithstanding her words, there is very likely an idea of when the Scarlet Witch will return. Perhaps it doesn't have a precise date, project name, or story as a general rule, yet Olsen and Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige have without a doubt shared words about it.
Given the progress of the character and her past show, WandaVision, a solo film appears to be a sure thing. A much more secure supposition would be a cameo in the following year's Agatha: House of Harkness.
Furthermore, eventually, her kids must become an integral factor for the Young Avengers.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and WandaVision are currently streaming on Disney+.
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