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movies Martha Marcy May Marlene and Silent House. She made her name in indie movies until her role in 2014 blockbuster Godzilla and then as Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff
in Marvel's Avengersand Captain America movies. Elizabeth starred in and was an Executive Producer for Facebook Watch's "Sorry For Your Loss". She is currently starring in WandaVision,
the first Marvel TV Series on Disney+. She will also be in Marvel's Dr. Strange sequel and hopefully we'll see another indie movie from her! Enjoy the many photos(including lots of exclusives!), articles,
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I took a little extra time to get these so I could get a better quality. These are UHD/4k. I hope you enjoy them! Sadly the blooper reel is just from YouTube for now sin its heavily tagged by the uploader. As soon as the Blu Ray comes out, I’ll repose those caps.
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PEOPLE: A new gag reel shared exclusively with PEOPLE shows stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Elizabeth Olsen in silly blooper moments behind the scenes of the Marvel movie, which becomes available on digital June 22.
Olsen, 33, laughs in one moment as she tries to be serious in character as the Scarlett Witch. While hoisted up in the air with wires, what appears to be leaves and debris flies onto her face, causing her to break during multiple takes.
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Cumberbatch, 45, shows off his dance moves in several other instances, along with costars Rachel McAdams, Benedict Wong and Xochitl Gomez, who also playfully danced on set.
“Nailed it!” says Cumberbatch at one point in the montage, fully dressed in his Doctor Strange costume.
Gomez joins the Marvel Cinematic Universe as America Chavez, a young teen with the rare ability to travel the multiverse, in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. She told PEOPLE one of her favorite parts about filming was working alongside stars Cumberbatch, Wong and Olsen, the latter of whom Gomez said she was “literally in awe” of on set.
She said her costars were super supportive during filming. “One of my first days, Benedict Wong knocked on my trailer door, gave me his phone number, and was just like, ‘I’m here for you if you ever want to talk. If you feel a little overwhelmed, I’m here for you,’ ” she recalled.
“That was really sweet because as a 14-year-old girl, I was just like, ‘Oh my God. This is a lot.’ It’s such a huge character and [it’s a] big responsibility,” she added. “It was really sweet to have that support.”
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will be released on digital June 22, and on 4K, Blu-ray and DVD July 26.
ZEDISTA: The Portal to the Multiverse is now open, and Marvel Studios’ Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is officially in theaters! 🌀
With the Multiverse unlocked, master of the mystic arts Doctor Strange journeys into the unknown with mystical allies both old and new. One of those allies is fellow Avenger, Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch.
Coming off the heels of last year’s hit sensation, Marvel Studios’ WandaVision, actress Elizabeth Olsen can’t help but be in awe of the woman Wanda Maximoff is now. At a press conference for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness earlier this week, Olsen commented, “In the previous films before WandaVision, I took up a lane for storytelling that was more grounded in sincerity, love, loss, grief. And with WandaVision, I got to become anything and everything, and really, really grow [Wanda] into a woman.”
“And leading her to [accept] that she is this mythic woman,” continued Olsen. “That is her destiny. And I hope that in this film people see that continuation of her acceptance of who she is, the journey that she has taken to get to this moment. I feel like she has way more clarity now than ever in this film.”
When posed with the scenario of who would win in a battle between the two sorcerers, Doctor Strange or Scarlet Witch, Olsen cheekily responded, “Well… I think we all know who would win.”
Titular star Benedict Cumberbatch, who plays Doctor Strange, chimed in, “She’s pretty all-powerful, let’s be honest,” before adding, “Oh, I’ve got an id. I have humility. I can accept that.”
Will it all come to a head in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness? Head to the theaters and find out now!
In Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, the MCU unlocks the Multiverse and pushes its boundaries further than ever before. Journey into the unknown with Doctor Strange, who, with the help of mystical allies both old and new, traverses the mind-bending and dangerous alternate realities of the Multiverse to confront a mysterious new adversary.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Elizabeth Olsen, Benedict Wong, Xochitl Gomez, with Michael Stühlbarg, and Rachel McAdams. The film is directed by Sam Raimi, and Kevin Feige is the producer. Louis D’Esposito, Victoria Alonso, Eric Hauserman Carroll and Jamie Christopher serve as executive producers. The screenplay was written by Michael Waldron.
Elizabeth Olsen wrapped WandaVision only two days before jumping into Multiverse of Madness.
There are some MASSIVE spoilers ahead for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness!
BUZZFEED:Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is currently the latest Marvel project to take over the box office, as fans flock to see this Sam Raimi–directed movie. And while it is technically the second solo Doctor Strange movie, it’s hard to deny how important Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) is in the film.
I mean, let’s be honest, it really could’ve been called Doctor Strange and the Scarlet Witch in the Multiverse of Madness.
And while this MCU movie has so many storylines, Wanda Maximoff’s transformation into the Scarlet Witch is arguably the biggest and one of the most important, especially because the last Marvel project we all saw Wanda in was WandaVision.
In fact, Elizabeth Olsen notably wrapped WandaVision and then flew to London two days later to start filming Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Meaning she played Wanda Maximoff nonstop for nearly two years.
So, in order to ensure that Wanda’s storylines in Multiverse of Madness made sense, writer Michael Waldron said he collaborated a lot with Elizabeth, who has “total ownership over Wanda and the Scarlet Witch.”
THE DIRECT: Even though Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is a box office hit, it’s already proven to be one of the MCU’s more contentious additions. Benedict Cumberbatch may have top billing, but Doctor Strange 2 is as much about Elizabeth Olsen’s Wanda Maximoff as it is about the former Sorcerer Supreme; and in light of her character’s journey in WandaVision, her role in the film has led to considerable backlash.
In Olsen’s first scene of the Doctor Strange sequel, she’s established as the villain with full intentions of killing America Chavez to absorb her power. Why? To be with her twin boys who exist in another universe.
For those who watched WandaVision on Disney+, the switch from grieving but accepting heroine to the fully-fledged Scarlet Witch, willing to kill others for alternate versions of her own children, just might be the film’s biggest shocker. And, for some corners of the Marvel fan base, a disservice.
Now that Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has made its theatrical debut, the writer who penned Wanda’s “Strange” story is explaining why the film’s villain was Wanda all along.
Doctor Strange 2 Writer Reacts to Wanda Maximoff Complaints
In an interview with The Playlist, Doctor Strange 2 writer Michael Waldron responded to fan complaints about how Wanda’s character was handled in Multiverse of Madness, saying, “I guess I would say to the WandaVision fans, like, I get it:”
“I guess I would say to the WandaVision fans, like, I get it. Watching a character you love do bad things sucks. That elicits a strong feeling, which is what we’re trying to do in the movies. We never would have done it if it didn’t feel like the next step in her character journey.”
When fans last saw Wanda on Disney+, she had accepted the loss of Vision and her sitcom family and felt remorse for having hurt the people of Westview. She then retreated to a remote cabin where her astral form studied the Darkhold, all before hearing cries of help from her kids.
And, while it’s no secret to Marvel fans that the Darkhold is bad news, her turn to the role of a villain felt jarring so soon after embracing her personal losses and regretting her Westview mistakes.
But according to Michael Waldron, Wanda’s struggle with grief hadn’t quite reached its conclusion.
WE GOT YOU COVERED: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness breaks the mold in many ways, but one of the most exciting is its inclusion of the first crossover between the MCU and the X-Men universe. Patrick Stewart’s Professor X features in an extended cameo in the movie, in which he comes up against Wanda Maximoff, aka Scarlet Witch. This is a meaningful meeting as Marvel fans will know that Wanda is the daughter of Charles Xavier’s frenemy, Magneto, in the comics.
So, now that the MCU is introducing the X-Men into the fray, does that mean Erik Lensherr could be retconned as Wanda’s biological father in some future project? Elizabeth Olsen sure hopes so as she recently admitted, in an interview with Geek Culture, that she’d love franchise veteran Ian McKellen to play her Marvel dad as she has the “biggest crush on him,” calling him “the sexiest man in the world.”
Brilliantly, McKellen saw Olsen’s comments and has now responded with his own praise for the Emmy-nominated actress, even dropping a hilarious double entendre. “If I had a daughter, I’d hope she’d be like Elizabeth,” the Lord of the Rings actor wrote on Facebook. “A treat to be her Daddy!”
All this has definitely got us wondering if McKellen could ever return as the Master of Magnetism in the MCU. Sure, we thought we’d seen the last of him in 2014’s X-Men: Days of Future Past, but Logan was supposed to be Stewart’s final time as Xavier, too, and then Doctor Strange 2 came along. Given that the two performers are such big fans of each other, it would be cruel for Marvel not to unite McKellen and Olsen on screen.
In fact, after her turn to the dark side in Doctor Strange 2, discovering that her birth father is a supervillain terrorist would make for a fascinating latest twist in Scarlet Witch’s saga. Maybe it could happen in that Wanda solo movie Olsen’s asking for.
The reluctant star is returning as the witchy Wanda in ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’. She talks to Jacob Stolworthy about superhero film flak, her famous sisters’ advice, and why she rarely watches herself on screen
Elizabeth Olsen is covering her eyes. “I can’t look at the screen. I’m sorry.” The cause of the actor’s dismay is not, as you might think, my face, but her own. It’s midway through our interview and I’ve switched off my laptop camera to evade internet issues, leaving Olsen alone, staring back at herself. She spends the rest of the chat with her eyes modestly directed to the right. “We should have caught up in person,” she says.
This isn’t the behaviour you’d expect from a bankable Hollywood star of Marvel movies – and one who comes from an acting dynasty. Her siblings are Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, stars of tween films and fashion lines. Younger sister Elizabeth has been acting since the age of four, but she didn’t appear in her first film till she was 21. Instead of going the way of the twins, she oscillated between smaller indie films and blockbusters, including Gareth Edwards’s Godzilla (2014) and several Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) films.
Each role has been vastly different to the last – a spirited drama student in cosy comedy Liberal Arts (2012), a narcissistic social media influencer in 2017 Instagram satire Ingrid Goes West, and a timid rookie FBI agent in violent murder mystery Wind River in the same year.
But it’s for her character in the Marvel universe that she’s become best known. She played the perennially unlucky witch Wanda Maximoff in 2015 Avengers sequel Age of Ultron, before returning in a further three MCU films – Captain America: Civil War; Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Endgame. Then Wanda proved so popular that she was given her own TV show, WandaVision.
In the space of nine inventive episodes, Olsen became a Marvel favourite thanks to her ability to switch fluidly from comedy to emotion with a flick of the wand. She shows this in our conversation, too, discussing sensitive topics, including the media’s treatment of her sisters, while playfully reacting to the persistent postman who won’t stop knocking on my door. “See ya!” she shouts after he informs me, through my letterbox, that he’s leaving my package on the doorstep.
It helped Olsen’s cause that WandaVision, Marvel’s debut foray into television, was an ambitious project that put time and care into a character previously given short shrift in favour of the dominant figures – well, big strong men – Iron Man, Captain America and Thor.
“I only signed on to do a couple movies, so it continues to be a surprise when they want to use me for more projects,” she says, adding: “I’ve been confused by how lucky I got with them wanting to make WandaVision.”
Olsen was living in Richmond, London, when the show launched in January 2021, during the second lockdown. It became one of the best-reviewed Marvel projects of all time, and the word-of-mouth hysteria surrounding it saw the series accomplish the feat of attracting non-fans as well as diehards. Olsen, though, says she “totally dissociated” from the frenzy it whipped up, and is “not really attached to it emotionally”.
I don’t like presenting at awards shows. I tried and I don’t like it
Love and Death
Elizabeth as Candy Montgomery
Based on the book Evidence of Love: A True Story of Passion and Death in the Suburbs and a two-part Texas Monthly series by the same authors, “Love & Death in Silicon Prairie.” Two church going couples, enjoying small town family life in Texas, until somebody picks up an axe.
Love & Death Starts April 27. 2023
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In this sequel to the #1 New York Times bestselling Hattie Harmony: Worry Detective by Elizabeth Olsen and Robbie Arnett, Hattie shares new tools for managing anxiety, just in time for opening night of the school play.
Real Name: Wanda Maximoff Birthplace: Sokovia First appearance in Comics: The X-Men #4 (March 1964) First appearance in MCU: 2014 - Captain America: The Winter Soldier Sibling: Twin brother, Pietro Maximoff aka Quicksilver ✝ Spouse: Vision ✝ Children: Wiccan, Speed Affiliation: Hydra(formerly), The Avengers(formerly) Close Allies: Steve Rogers, Clint Barton , Sam Wilson, Monica Rambeau, formerly Natasha Romanoff ✝
"Notably powerful, Wanda Maximoff has fought both against and with the Avengers, attempting to hone her abilities and do what she believes is right to help the world."
Seeing her parents killed in front of her, forced to lie beside a Stark bomb waiting for it to go off for days, and war-like state of her home, Wanda Maximoff had developed a very aggressive personality. She volunteered for Hydra's Baron Strucker's experiments then fought against the Avengers for a time due to her alliance with Ulton and hatred of Stark. But Maximoff turned against Ultron after discovering his plans to destroy the world. She has shown that she prefers to fight directly for what she believes in.
She has suffered a lot of tragedy in her life and has lost her parents, her twin, her husband(3 times), and her children. Not to mention her friends, Natasha and Steve.
Powers and Abilities
Psionics: Some of her powers come in part from the Mind Stone and include telekinesis, energy manipulation, and neuroelectric interfacing that allows her to both read thoughts and also give her targets waking nightmares.
Leviatation and flight
Chaos Magic - the limits of her Chaos magic hasn't been determined yet, but in WandaVision she created a hex over the whole town, had the residents mind controlled all of the residents, and created a house and other items she needed for her life in West View and brought to life a version of Vision. Shockingly, she created her twin sons, Billy and Tommy, who were born a day after she was pregnant.
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