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Scarlet Witch was supposed to be even darker in Doctor Strange 2, says Elizabeth Olsen

Scarlet Witch almost had an even darker part to play in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, says Elizabeth Olsen. Be warned – major spoilers ahead for Doctor Strange 2! 

In the movie, Wanda takes a villainous turn as the Scarlet Witch after being corrupted by the Darkhold, and sets her sights on Xochitl Gomez’s America Chavez for her multiversal powers, which would allow Wanda to reunite with her kids. To get to America, Wanda goes on a murderous rampage through both Kamar-Taj and the Illuminati headquarters. 

“I was also supposed to kill more,” Olsen revealed to Variety. “I had a hard time with it. I was like, these are human beings and Wanda is okay with ending their lives? But I just had to buckle down and think all these people are in her way and she’s warned Doctor Strange not to get in her way. And he did. He didn’t listen. And so I just had to go from that point of view.”

There’s no word on just who else was supposed to fall to the Scarlet Witch’s powers, but it’s hard to imagine she could’ve been any more murderous – she single-handedly took out Professor X, Mr. Fantastic, Black Bolt, Captain Marvel, and Captain Carter, after all. 

“There’s a lot to have learned at the end of that show,” Olsen told GamesRadar+ of how her character has changed post-WandaVision. “Although she is accountable for Westview and needs to flee, I do think there is part of her that feels some sort of resolve in allowing her destiny to be this mythic woman of the Scarlet Witch.”

Doctor Strange 2 is in theaters now. For much more on the film, check out our guides to: 

  • Doctor Strange 2 ending explained
  • Doctor Strange 2 post-credits scenes explained
  • Our guide to Marvel Phase 4
  • The rumored Doctor Strange cameos that never came true
  • All the Doctor Strange 2 Easter eggs listed
  • What does 616 in Doctor Strange 2 mean?
  • Where Doctor Strange 2 fits on the Marvel timeline
  • Who is Hayley Atwell in Doctor Strange 2?
  • Who plays Captain Marvel in Doctor Strange 2?
  • Who is Charlize Theron in Doctor Strange 2?
  • Who is John Krasinski in Doctor Strange 2?
  • Who is Black Bolt in Doctor Strange 2?
  • Patrick Stewart is Professor X – but not the one you think
  • Our full WandaVision recap
  • The Marvel movies and shows to watch before Doctor Strange 2
  • When is Doctor Strange 2 on Disney Plus?
  • How to watch the Marvel movies in order
  • Is Doctor Strange 2 too scary for children?

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Scarlet Witch was supposed to be even darker in Doctor Strange 2, says Elizabeth Olsen

Scarlet Witch almost had an even darker part to play in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, says Elizabeth Olsen. Be warned – major spoilers ahead for Doctor Strange 2! 
In the movie, Wanda takes a villainous turn as the Scarlet Witch after being corrupted by the Darkhold, and sets her sights on Xochitl Gomez’s America Chavez for her multiversal powers, which would allow Wanda to reunite with her kids. To get to America, Wanda goes on a murderous rampage through both Kamar-Taj and the Illuminati headquarters. 
“I was also supposed to kill more,” Olsen revealed to Variety. “I had a hard time with it. I was like, these are human beings and Wanda is okay with ending their lives? But I just had to buckle down and think all these people are in her way and she’s warned Doctor Strange not to get in her way. And he did. He didn’t listen. And so I just had to go from that point of view.”
There’s no word on just who else was supposed to fall to the Scarlet Witch’s powers, but it’s hard to imagine she could’ve been any more murderous – she single-handedly took out Professor X, Mr. Fantastic, Black Bolt, Captain Marvel, and Captain Carter, after all. 
“There’s a lot to have learned at the end of that show,” Olsen told GamesRadar+ of how her character has changed post-WandaVision. “Although she is accountable for Westview and needs to flee, I do think there is part of her that feels some sort of resolve in allowing her destiny to be this mythic woman of the Scarlet Witch.”
Doctor Strange 2 is in theaters now. For much more on the film, check out our guides to: 
Doctor Strange 2 ending explained
Doctor Strange 2 post-credits scenes explained
Our guide to Marvel Phase 4
The rumored Doctor Strange cameos that never came true
All the Doctor Strange 2 Easter eggs listed
What does 616 in Doctor Strange 2 mean?
Where Doctor Strange 2 fits on the Marvel timeline
Who is Hayley Atwell in Doctor Strange 2?
Who plays Captain Marvel in Doctor Strange 2?
Who is Charlize Theron in Doctor Strange 2?
Who is John Krasinski in Doctor Strange 2?
Who is Black Bolt in Doctor Strange 2?
Patrick Stewart is Professor X – but not the one you think
Our full WandaVision recap
The Marvel movies and shows to watch before Doctor Strange 2
When is Doctor Strange 2 on Disney Plus?
How to watch the Marvel movies in order
Is Doctor Strange 2 too scary for children?

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Scarlet Witch was supposed to be even darker in Doctor Strange 2, says Elizabeth Olsen

Scarlet Witch almost had an even darker part to play in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, says Elizabeth Olsen. Be warned – major spoilers ahead for Doctor Strange 2! 
In the movie, Wanda takes a villainous turn as the Scarlet Witch after being corrupted by the Darkhold, and sets her sights on Xochitl Gomez’s America Chavez for her multiversal powers, which would allow Wanda to reunite with her kids. To get to America, Wanda goes on a murderous rampage through both Kamar-Taj and the Illuminati headquarters. 
“I was also supposed to kill more,” Olsen revealed to Variety. “I had a hard time with it. I was like, these are human beings and Wanda is okay with ending their lives? But I just had to buckle down and think all these people are in her way and she’s warned Doctor Strange not to get in her way. And he did. He didn’t listen. And so I just had to go from that point of view.”
There’s no word on just who else was supposed to fall to the Scarlet Witch’s powers, but it’s hard to imagine she could’ve been any more murderous – she single-handedly took out Professor X, Mr. Fantastic, Black Bolt, Captain Marvel, and Captain Carter, after all. 
“There’s a lot to have learned at the end of that show,” Olsen told GamesRadar+ of how her character has changed post-WandaVision. “Although she is accountable for Westview and needs to flee, I do think there is part of her that feels some sort of resolve in allowing her destiny to be this mythic woman of the Scarlet Witch.”
Doctor Strange 2 is in theaters now. For much more on the film, check out our guides to: 
Doctor Strange 2 ending explained
Doctor Strange 2 post-credits scenes explained
Our guide to Marvel Phase 4
The rumored Doctor Strange cameos that never came true
All the Doctor Strange 2 Easter eggs listed
What does 616 in Doctor Strange 2 mean?
Where Doctor Strange 2 fits on the Marvel timeline
Who is Hayley Atwell in Doctor Strange 2?
Who plays Captain Marvel in Doctor Strange 2?
Who is Charlize Theron in Doctor Strange 2?
Who is John Krasinski in Doctor Strange 2?
Who is Black Bolt in Doctor Strange 2?
Patrick Stewart is Professor X – but not the one you think
Our full WandaVision recap
The Marvel movies and shows to watch before Doctor Strange 2
When is Doctor Strange 2 on Disney Plus?
How to watch the Marvel movies in order
Is Doctor Strange 2 too scary for children?

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