Elizabeth Olsen calls 'WandaVision' a 'natural progression' into 'Doctor Strange' sequel

While Elizabeth Olsen can't say much about upcoming projects in the Marvel Universe, she teased how her new show "WandaVision" fits into the big scheme of things.
Olsen, who returns as Wanda Maximoff (aka Scarlet Witch) alongside Paul Bettany's vision, told Good Morning America that the Disney + series was a "natural evolution" of the upcoming Doctor Strange sequel, entitled "Doctor Strange in the multiverse "of madness. "
"We can never talk about it much in Marvel," said Olsen on Monday in "GMA", "but I think that 'WandaVision' is a natural evolution of what happens in 'Doctor Strange 2'."
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While we haven't received any additional information about the next "Doctor Strange" films, Olsen has been annoyed that her Marvel series and others who like her will add a new layer to what Marvel Studios is doing on the big screen.
PHOTO: Paul Bettany and Elizabeth Olsen play Vision and Wanda in 'WandaVision' for Disney +. (Disney)
"I think Kevin Feige is doing a really great job of tweaking the TV format with the movies so we can tell more interesting stories in the future," she added.
At Disney's Investor Day presentation last month, it was announced that Sam Raimi-directed "Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness", which is currently being shot and will follow on from the next "Spider-Man" movie, will be released on April 25 . Will hit theaters March 2022.
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Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Strange includes Chiwetel Ejiofor, Rachel McAdams and Benedict Wong, and Olsen and Xochitl Gomez, who will play America Chavez (also known as Miss America).
At the moment, fans have to be content with the fact that "WandaVision", in which Wanda and Vision lead a blissful life in the beautiful city of Westview, drives them crazy.
"Wanda and Vision live their lives in the suburbs, just trying to adjust and not be found out as superheroes, but still, not everything is exactly what it seems - of course," Olsen teased.
The Avengers couple will experience life in the form of old sitcoms. Olsen says her favorite is "The Brady Bunch".
"I think back then we were trying to create the most ideal version of the American family," she said. "It's kind of ridiculous and fun to play something that seems as far from this reality as we know it."
"WandaVision" premieres on Friday, January 15th on Disney +.
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Elizabeth Olsen calls "WandaVision" a "natural evolution" of the sequel to "Doctor Strange," which originally appeared on goodmorningamerica.com

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