Thanks to our friend Holly we added HQ images of Lizzie to yesterday’s Nashville Premiere of I Saw The Light. Enjoy them in our gallery!
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30 more high quality pictures of Lizzie during the press conference of ‘I Saw the Light’ have been added to the gallery. Enjoy!
We’ve added to the gallery over 200 HD screencaptures from bluray disc of Avengers: Age of Ultron which came out two days ago in DVD and Bluray-disc. Get your copy!
Photos of Lizzie at the Paris Fashion Week Front Row of Christian Dior have been added to the gallery. Take a look!
With “Captain America: Civil War” approaching notably fast, different opinions are coming to pace. Even though there’s a high possibility that the movie will not follow the Civil War story in the comics, some fans believe that it will somehow be spectacular but others are mostly worried.
So far, the Marvel Cinematic Universe defies too much demise of the great superheroes. It will somehow be a great news to some because this may mean that fans will be able to see more characters in the film. But, it looked like it caused more fans to be concerned.
It was confirmed that Sebastian Stan will reprise his role as Bucky Burnes also known as “The Winter Soldier”. In an interview with Collider, he revealed that the audiences will get to see him more on screen this time. With that, it appeared like he has more dialogues in Civil War. He also addressed the worries of the audiences that the movie will have too many characters.
“I mean, I know everybody’s treating it like there are all these Avengers in it, like it’s Avengers 2.5 or something, and there’s an element of that, but it’s still at the end of the day very much a Captain America film,” he said.
CINEMABLEND – Like her fellow Avengers Black Widow and Hawkeye, Scarlet Witch didn’t get a solo movie to set her up in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Instead, she and her brother Quicksilver were among the many characters introduced earlier this year in Avengers: Age of Ultron. While her brother didn’t survive the events of Ultron’s evil scheme, Scarlet Witch, a.k.a. Wanda Maximoff, has a bright future ahead of her in the MCU. However, there aren’t any official plans to give Scarlet Witch a solo adventure, and actress Elizabeth Olsen seems to be fine with that.
This past weekend at the Toronto International Film Festival, Olsen was asked by Business Insider whether she’d ever want to lead a standalone Scarlet Witch film. The actress stated that while she loves the character, she doesn’t know if Scarlet Witch needs to go off on her own. Olsen said, “I’m not sure, honestly. I love my character, I just don’t know how that would fit in the whole Marvel universe or if it would even be necessary.”
Let’s put one of her concerns to rest: if Marvel wanted to find a way to fit a Scarlet Witch adventure into their film slate, they would do it. The studio has already plotted out their films to 2019 (and those are only the ones they’ve announced to the public), but there’s no reason they couldn’t give her a film during Phase Four. With abilities like telekinesis and hypnosis, she’s already one of the most powerful people in the MCU, – at least on Earth. A solo film might also be a chance for her relationship with The Vision to be explored, having married him previously in the comics. At the very least, a Scarlet Witch movie would give Marvel a chance to highlight another woman in the MCU on the big screen outside of an ensemble. Currently the only female-led solo movie they have on the docket is Captain Marvel in late 2018.
Lizzie posed for The Hollywood Reporter, InStyle and Vanity Fair at the Toronto International Film Festival during the promotion of ‘I Saw the Light’.
Two photos of Lizzie during the TIFF premiere of High Rise were added to the gallery. Enjoy!
Elizabeth shares stories from the ‘I Saw the Light’ set with Rick Campanelli at the ET Canada Festival Central lounge during Toronto International Film Festial. High quality pictures have been added to the gallery!