In 2015, Avengers: Age of Ultron was released, the second installment of the film that united the different Marvel superheroes. There, among Tony Stark, Captain America, Bruce Banner and other superheroes, was Wanda Maximoff, also known as the Scarlet Witch.
Portrayed by Elizabeth Olsen, this heroine has the ability to manipulate energy and telekinesis, known as chaos magic. Wanda initially comes into conflict with the Avengers, but later joins them and becomes one of their most powerful members. This gave her an important role in her saga and led her to appear in almost all subsequent films and even to have her own miniseries, Wandavision.
Wanda and Vision in “Wandavision”
In it, located chronologically after Avengers: Endgame, Wanda has created a fictional world with her powers where she “revives” Vision, another of the superheroes and her partner prior to his death during the fight with Thanos. Mentally affected by this event, Wanda pushes her need to overcome her loss to the limit, showing that he is not being able to deal with her.
The funny thing is that, in an interview in 2015, promoting Age of Ultron, an interviewer asked the actress what she expected from her character. Still lacking the recognition she subsequently garnered, Olsen responded that while she didn’t think anything that “dark” would be done for Marvel, her favorite thing about the comic was when she lost her temper and didn’t control her powers, so it was I imagined a situation where she would create two children and live in a parallel reality. Something incredibly similar to what happens in the series. Although it is true that it is based on the comics, the coincidence is still striking. Elizabeth practically said the synopsis for the Wandavision miniseries.
In addition, it includes her within a universe of chaos and problems beyond what was expected, something that seeing the progress of the next Doctor Strange movie and the appearance of Wanda in it, we can see that it is something that Marvel continues to develop.
We won’t know if the writers listened to Olsen and liked what he said, though from the looks of his co-star and the interviewer, it was never too far-fetched an idea for this character. The truth is that we can continue to delight ourselves with Elizabeth Olsen and her spectacular Wanda in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which will be released on May 5 in Latin America and on May 6 in the US and Spain.
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