Elizabeth Olsen Can’t Wait For The X-Men To Come To The MCU


Elizabeth Olsen has revealed that she would love to help bring the X-Men to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), which would be the right thing to do.

Olsen revealed this during an interview with CinemaBlend.

I’ll start off by saying that Olsen’s performance in the movie as Scarlet Witch was spellbinding (pardon the pun).

I’ve always thought she was great in the role, but I get the feeling that she was really allowed to break loose in this movie.

Yes, I get that some people were a bit upset by the fact that she was Doctor Strange 2’s villain given everything she went through in WandaVision.

However, I thought the show made it pretty obvious that Scarlet Witch was going to be a villain at the end.

Elizabeth Olsen wants to help bring the X-Men to the MCU

WandaVision 7 Elizabeth Olsen Marvel Studios MCU

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Anyway, Olsen was asked about the X-Men coming to the MCU, and here’s what she had to say on that matter:

You just got me excited, because I don’t really know what I do next after this movie. I want to know what fans want and what the ideas are. But, I guess you just said it, if we’re bringing X-Men back I want to be there. But, no. I have no actual plans yet. I’m very excited to talk to Kevin [Feige] about that at some point.

Given Scarlet Witch’s ties to the X-Men in the comics, it would make sense for her to play some part in bringing them into the MCU.

We’re going to have to wait and see what ends up happening.

What do you make of this news?

Are you looking forward to seeing the MCU’s X-Men?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


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