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Elizabeth Olsen Explains Why Wanda Doesn't Seek Vision in 'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness' [EXCLUSIVE]

"The most important thing once you become a mother in the world is your children," the star says.

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Marvel's much-anticipated Doctor Strange sequel, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, is finally here, and with it comes the return of Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen), aka The Scarlet Witch, one of the most powerful magicians in the entire MCU. Multiverse of Madness is the first time fans have seen Wanda since the end of last year's WandaVision, as her grief over the loss of her husband, Vision (Paul Bettany) in Avengers: Endgame, has transformed an entire city with its magic, trapping them in the idyllic world of comics, only To sacrifice it (as well as Vision and its two sons) for the greater good.

Wanda is still grieving with the opening of the Multiverse of Madness, but one thing in particular seemed to upset fans who watched the movie: She's determined to shatter the multiverse to reunite her family, but is only looking for her two sons, Billy and Tommy (Julian Hilliard and Jet Klein), not her husband, or any version of her brother Pietro. She has a long laundry list of people she cares about, yet her plan to use America Chavez (Xochitl Gomez) to traverse the unknown universes focuses solely on her children.

In an interview with Collider, Olsen gave her perspective on why Wanda is so focused on her children, even after such a profound moment of losing him at the end of WandaVision. As Olsen said, the multiverse is full of possibilities, and perhaps in some universes - including the variant we see in the movie, which shows Wanda appearing in the movie trailers - it's not so visionary for any reason. But she's still with her kids, which is something any mom who watches the Multiverse of Madness can definitely understand:

"There's a whole list of things, like my brother and my dad. I think the main reason when we talk about whether there's this multiverse, and in the universe version this woman wasn't a visionary. We'd love this to be a mystery. For some reason it's not in her world. I've always thought She's more of a domestic Wanda. They divorced. They broke up. She doesn't wear a wedding ring for a reason. Like that stuff. We loved the idea of ​​being alone. The idea really is that the most important thing once you're a mother in the world are your kids, and that's why."

Elizabeth Olsen as the Scarlet Witch in Multiverse of MadnessImage via Marvel Studios

Olsen explained that rather than having her mind corrupted by the evil Darkhold or something else that shifts her focus, Vision is not entirely central to the Scarlet Witch legend in the comics, and that Billy and Tommy are the "most important thing" in the world to Wanda, as are many children to their mothers. , making their loss even more profound for her:

“Children are part of her legend as well. I think that's also part of her. I think once you become a mother, losing your child is more painful than any other loss you might have. That's really why.”

Sure, Wanda's determination to find her children isn't pretty—many have described the Multiverse of Madness as the scariest Marvel movie yet—but perhaps it's a decision many parents in particular can relate to, even if they can't quite tear it up. The fabric of the universe to follow Wanda's lead.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, also starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Benedict Wong, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Rachel McAdams, is now playing in theaters. Stay tuned for more of our interview with Olsen soon.

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