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In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Elizabeth Olsen Would Want To Say Scarlet Witch's Most Famous Line

Elizabeth Olsen admits that she hopes to one day say Scarlet's Witch's most famous line in the MCU, ahead of the debut of Doctor Strange in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

While narrative information are still limited, the latest Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness teaser depicts Wanda, who is still under the Darkhold's power, in a far more menacing light. Because the events of WandaVision serve as a springboard for the character's villain narrative, it's safe to assume that at this point in her journey, Wanda is hellbent on locating her long-lost children, as well as coming to terms with her grief over Vision's death. New Marvel heroes such as America Chavez will be introduced in the film, as well as a familiar figure from the X-Men franchise: Patrick Stewart's Professor X.

Olsen confessed to HeyUGuys that she aspires to one day say Scarlet's Witch's most famous words in the MCU: "No more Mutants" when sitting down with them. She went on to say that she's "eager for any future crossovers," implying that the X-Men will be completely integrated into Marvel's films in the not-too-distant future. The following is the whole quotation from Olsen:

“Yes, I mean, I hope so. I'm excited for all crossovers in the future. I do think this film opens up lots of opportunities with the multiverse. But the immortal words are...I mean those, too. I would love to be able to say them in some capacity, to make it work for the MCU.”

In the House of M storyline, written by writer Brian Michael Bendis in 2005, Scarlet Witch spoke the three iconic words "No more mutants," which was possibly Mutantkind's most painful moment. Wanda effectively eliminated the mutant gene from the great majority of people in the Marvel Universe as a result of her actions, leaving the X-Men to pick up the pieces. Given that WandaVision drew inspiration from House of M, it wouldn't be surprising if future crossovers continued to explore the relationship between Scarlet Witch and the X-Men, especially given that Professor X is expected to play a key role in the events of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

It'll be intriguing to watch where Scarlet Witch's tale goes, and whether her future will touch the X-Men, given that she'll be the main antagonist in the forthcoming Doctor Strange picture. Fans can only hope that the X-Men will be completely incorporated into the MCU in the future years, and Wanda would be a formidable foe for the mutants if Marvel Studios chose to go that route. For the time being, fans may look forward to Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which will be released on May 6th.

Source: HeyUGuys

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