By the nature of their job, pretty much all successful actors are also avid travelers. Elizabeth Olsen is no exception, but even when she’s not on location filming projects like Sorry for Your Loss or her upcoming Avengers spin-off show, WandaVision, she tends to be on the move.
WandaVision features an alternate reality that is created by her in order to fulfill all her needs as a person post a series of tragedies that transpire in her life. But, did you know that back in 2015, Elizabeth Olsen, during an interviewhad actually teased that she would like to do a standalone Scarlett Witch film/series
Since WandaVision was first announced, Olsen has opened up a bit about what it was like to grow up around the set, though we haven’t gotten to see any actual footage from that time until now.
Elizabeth Olsen is “very aware” of how nepotism played its part in her career. Recently during an interview the star admitted that nepotism might have played a role in her Hollywood success. She said, “Nepotism is a thing and I’m very aware of it.”
Although Wandavision has brought Olsen more attention due to its perplexing storyline and cliffhanger endings, it’s not Olsen’s first time starring in the Marvel cinematic universe. She’s also played Wanda in several other Marvel movies, including the Avengers franchise.
Elizabeth Olsen says she was clueless about Marvel’s plans to create a multiverse until she was approached to be part of Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness. After finishing her post-production work for WandaVision, Elizabeth, who played the role of Wanda Maximoff in Marvel’s “Avengers” franchise, moved to London for the “Doctor Strange” sequel starring Benedict Cumberbatch.
Wandavision show has always been Wanda’s story, an exploration of her grief and her path to truly becoming the Scarlet Witch. The possibilities for where Wanda Maximoff can go from the WandaVisionfinale onwards are endless and very exciting.