Elizabeth Olsen has been approached by critics of Marvel movies who have called them “a kind of minor art”.
The actress, who currently stars in Doctor Strange Into the Multiverse of Madness, shared her frustration at comments from filmmakers and viewers who were critical of the MCU.
“I’m not saying we do indie art movies, but I think that takes away the clarity from our team, which bothers me,” he told The Independent.
“These are some of the most incredible set designers, costume designers, camera operators … I think that they will be reduced to that criticism that will go away from all the people who make award – winning films and work on these projects too. “
Olsen continued, “From the actor ‘s point of view, whatever it is, I understand it; I fully understand that there’s a different kind of acting going on. The team. That’s where I get a little feisty with that.”
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. “
Meanwhile, Olsen recently said he thinks Wanda will return to MCU projects in the future.