The art has now mimicked life, more or less, as a Marvel star. elizabeth olsen, who has won critical acclaim and a string of award nominations for her role as Avengers nemesis Wanda Maximoff, is taking that feud to the streets. Or more specifically, to the pages of Varietydescribing the team of heroes as “somewhat selfish” in a video interview produced for the magazine’s Power of Women 2022 event.
“I think the Avenger who will have done the most for humanity… I mean, everyone’s a little selfish, isn’t that right, somehow?” Elizabeth Olsen says, adding, “Everyone has personal goals and dreams,” before admitting, “I’m not very good at answering this kind of trivia!”
Olsen began her career at the age of four, acting in a series of her sisters’ direct-to-video films, beginning with how the west was funand grew old in a series of horror movies, including the one starring Sigourney Weaver. Red lightthe Spike Lee remake older boyY silent house for which he won the coveted Fangoria Chainsaw Award in 2013.
She crossed over to mainstream movies playing Wanda Maximoff, aka “The Scarlet Witch,” in a post-credits scene. Captain America: Winter Soldier. After appearing in several Avengers movies, the character was made into his own Disney Plus action-comedy, Wanda Visionfor which Olsen was nominated for a number of major awards, including an Emmy, a Golden Globe, and a BAFTA.
Variety’Lifetime’s “Power of Women” event is a joint presentation of Lifetime and honored half a dozen women in the entertainment field, including Drew Barrymore, Serena Williams and Kim Cattrall, and will tie in with a special issue of the magazine featuring the honorees on the cover.