‘I miss you: Elizabeth Olsen texted her on-screen husband, Paul Bettany
‘I miss you: Elizabeth Olsen texted her on-screen husband, Paul Bettany.
Elizabeth Olsen doesn’t forget about her ex-on-screen husband even during the premiere of the latest Marvel movie. This Monday, the flamboyant Scarlet Witch attended the Hollywood screening of Doctor Strange: Into the Multiverse of Madness. Ahead of the film’s release, the actress spoke to the press about how different she feels this time around, going to public events without her former co-star Paul Bettany. The English trowel actor embodied the image of the super-enhanced artificial intelligence Vision, who was gradually able to win the heart of the shrew Wanda. However, after co-starring in the box-office adaptations of Marvel and the adapted mini-series named after them, Olsen finds himself lonely on set.
“I texted him last weekend and said, ‘I miss you. Because I’m so used to working with the press with him, I just really miss him, and Wanda is alone in this film, and I feel it as an actress,” she said on the red carpet.
As you may remember, Bettany’s character died at the end of Avengers: Infinity War. As a result, much of the WandaVision series is about how the main character tries to cope with his death, even creating a new version of her beloved in the artificial world. But despite the difficult experiences, the shooting in the project about her character helped her to become a little closer to the audience.
Even the film director, Sam Raimi, said that Wanda’s magic is more powerful than almost all other characters in this picture, but Doctor Strange has knowledge of the mystical arts that Scarlet Witch does not have. So if you put them against each other, you could see completely different modified versions of everyone’s favorite characters.
Let’s not forget that the second part will be a continuation of the main characters’ journeys through the many worlds of the multiverse. So, already on May 6, the global film audience will be able to appreciate the efforts of the actors.