Elizabeth Olsen spoke about her future in the Marvel Cinematic Universe after Doctor Strange in The Multiverse of Madness.
In the film, Wanda Maximoff aka the Scarlet Witch appears to sacrifice herself to destroy the Darkhold across the multiverse, burying herself in the ruins of Mount Wundagore with the evil text.
Olsen, who plays Wanda, has been joking ever since, however, that this is not the end of the character.
“I sign extensions every time they need me to make a movie,” Olsen told Collider. “I signed a very short one at the beginning, so everything is always there, it’s always adjusting to me. I don’t think this’s like the end either.”
He said, “I do not know what standard I will be back in. I do not know how to do without, I do not want spoilers.”
Upcoming Marvel projects include the Disney + Ms. series. Marvel on June 8, Thor: Love And Thunder by Taika Waititi on July 8, and the Black Panther Wakanda Forever sequel on November 11.
Olsen recently made an unexpected cameo appearance in a skit on Saturday Night Live, starring Doctor Strange co – star Benedict Cumberbatch. You can see it below.
In the skit, titled “The Understudy,” SNL regular shows Chloe Fineman for her ability to emulate other cast members, including Olsen.
In a three star review of Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness, NME wrote, “Somehow, Sam Raimi – with the strong, solid roles of Cumberbatch and Olsen – keeps the film from going too far off the rails.
“There’s a fine line between fans and … Space Jam 2. While Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness is a self – eating franchise, it’s a metaphor that is funny, scary, visual and mostly crazy. mire. “