Okay, so Elizabeth Olsen did go on a long, long time ago audition for the role of Daenerys Targaryen in HBO’s Game Of Thrones. Guys, her career has evolved significantly since then, so just because she has a tenuous tie to Game of Thrones doesn’t imply she will appear in House of the Dragon. Who wrote the first draught of this story, and where did you acquire the idea?
Olsen laughs as she tells Entertainment Tonight, “I don’t know how things, like stories like that, get started, and then people think they’re genuine.” Dream casting is enjoyable, but I’ve heard that it was advertised, which is a stranger. I haven’t heard of anything like that.
Okay, let’s put this to rest right away. Or, hold on, Olsen isn’t completely ruling anything out. “Well, yeah, I guess. She gives the same answer to perhaps appearing on the show: “[I’d want to do] anything worth telling, that’s a fantastic tale, that’s unique, that’s terrific amazing people.
She is considerably more certain about going back to WandaVision, the program she starred in. “We had a blast producing that show, frankly. We would love to have the group return since it truly was a great moment, she says.
Wanda’s situation seemed a bit dicey after The Scarlet Witch’s previous appearance in Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness, but Kevin Feige, president of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, just provided Variety with some encouraging information concerning her prognosis: “I’m not sure if we spotted her under the rubble. A skyscraper came tumbling down, and I saw a little red flare. I have no idea what it implies, he continued, being needlessly cryptic.
There is so much more to discover. Many of her primary plotlines from the comics have still not been addressed,” Feige continued. “Lizzie and I would continue to collaborate for an additional 100 years if we could. In the multiverse, everything is conceivable! We must wait and see. Fans of Elizabeth Olsen need not fear; you will find plenty of opportunities in one or more franchises.