Elizabeth Olsen shares some advice for actors looking to make the transition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
During a recent interview with him on happy sad confused Podcast with Josh Horowitz, WandaVision The star said she’s telling the actors that they should initially only be involved in one Marvel project, rather than initially signing up for several.
“That way you have more control,” the actress explained. “Let’s say you’re like, ‘Oh my God, this was the most fun I’ve ever had and I love this character so much. I want to do it again.’ You now have more creative control for the next one.”
Then she joked, “Don’t say [David] Galluzzi It – Business Affairs at Marvel”.
Since 2014, Olsen has played Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch in several MCU projects, including two captain America Three films The Avengers films, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and the series WandaVisionwhich earned her an Emmy Award nomination.
As for the next step in her career, Olsen has made it clear that she has no desire to sign to another ongoing franchise.
“It’s like I’m looking past and I’ve seen a road here and a road here, and I’ve been traveling on that road, and now I’m trying to make a little left turn… Steering explained that a little bit.”
Over the past few years, Olsen said she’s tried to find her “a foundation all the way,” but she’s also struggled with turning down projects.
“I think when I started getting job opportunities where I didn’t like auditioning for literally everything and anything — and I also enjoy doing it — I didn’t really understand how to say no to projects or how to decipher whether or not I should be doing something,” she says. Love and death said the actress.
She added, “I didn’t really have a philosophy or a plan, and I still don’t have an actual plan, but I think there’s more to it.” “It’s good to know and it’s good to have and that’s good information when looking at projects with that kind of lens and knowing now.”