- New designs for Scarlet Witch Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Showcasing her corrupt and evil iteration, with the Darkhold’s influence taking over her.
- Elizabeth Olsen expresses interest in exploring the mutant side of her character and encountering other mutants in the MCU, suggesting a potential crossover with the X-Men.
- Olsen aims to diversify her career and avoid being associated solely with the Scarlet Witch, emphasizing the importance of building a portfolio with diverse roles for longevity.
New and previously canceled designs Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness She appeared to feature an alternate appearance for Elizabeth Olsen’s Scarlet Witch. Olsen’s portrayal of this character in the Disney+ series WandaVision It won acclaim for its unique blend of humor, drama, and deep emotional depth. The series brilliantly showcased Scarlet Witch’s versatility, seamlessly transitioning from her comedic moments to her heartbreaking struggles with grief and loss.
The Direct recently revealed rejected designs for the depraved and evil iteration of Scarlet Witch found within the pages of “The Art of the Movie” book by Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. These designs prominently displayed the ominous black veins indicating the corrupting influence of the Darkhold that gradually took hold of them. However, what really captures the imagination is the final design, where the influence of the Darkhold is taken to an extraordinary extreme, making Wanda’s head appear to be splintered into a world of darkness. Check them out below.
Elizabeth Olsen looks beyond the Scarlet Witch
Elizabeth Olsen recently shared her excitement for a potential crossover between her character and the X-Men during an appearance at the TJH Superhero Car Show & Comic Con. She has expressed a deep interest in exploring “the mutant thing” and delving deeper into her character’s story, all while encountering other MCU Mutants.
“Oh my god, I just want to know everything about the Mutant movie. Like, that’s really…and none of us can do anything about it. Like, we can’t do anything about it. We’re not the X-Men, but oh Gosh. I just love exploring that so much. I think X-Men was definitely my first experience with superhero movies.
However, Olsen’s career aspirations extend beyond her role as the Scarlet Witch. She has previously discussed her desire to diversify her career and avoid being associated exclusively with one character. For the past four years, her primary output has been Marvel-related projects, and while she values her work in the MCU, she believes it’s necessary to build a portfolio with diverse roles for a more balanced and sustainable career.
“Specifically, for the last four years, my production has been Marvel. I don’t want to… It’s not that I don’t want to be associated with just this character. But I really feel like I need to build other parts back up for balance. I really want to make Movies now. And I hope some of them come together the way I feel. But yeah, that’s something I need. I just need other characters in my life. There’s no longevity in one character.”
Olsen’s journey in the MCU began with her appearance in the credits Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Which eventually led to her full-length debut as Wanda Maximoff Avengers: Age of Ultron In 2015. Her character continued to evolve WandaVision And doctor strange in the multiverse of madness, She is portrayed as an antagonist and seems to have met her demise. However, the Scarlet Witch possesses immense powers, making her return entirely plausible.