Elizabeth Olsen is Ready for WandaVision Season 2

WandaVision had its successful debut last year as it marked the MCU's first foray into the television format and gave us Wanda Maximoff and Vision's first solo journey in the franchise. Just like most MCU shows, it was only intended to run as a limited series. While Marvel has no plans to do a second season, its star is hopeful that it will get another installment.

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly (via The Direct), Elizabeth Olsen shared her interest in doing a second season of WandaVision after expressing the fun experience that she had filming the series with Kathryn Hahn and Paul Bettany.

"We do think, ‘Gosh, we just gotta do it again!’ We just had a really great time making that show, and with Paul, it was really a special time, so we would love to get the gang back," the actress said.

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Olsen was also asked about whether she'll show up in the Agatha Harkness spinoff series Agatha: Coven of Chaos. While she stated that she is not set to appear in the series, she also said that she would "love to pop up" and join her former co-star.

"I mean, no, but I would love to pop up. I love Kathryn, I don’t want to leave her side ever, I’m so grateful she’s here tonight," she said.

So far, Marvel has not made any official announcements regarding their plans on doing a second season of WandaVision. Considering how the story ended and we already saw the character's next step in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, it is unlikely at this point that it will have a continuation.

However, recently, Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige has hinted that they still have a lot of plans in store for Olsen's future in the MCU and seemingly confirmed that her character survived the events of the recent Doctor Strange sequel.

Also Read: Elizabeth Olsen Breaks Silence on House of the Dragon Season 2 Casting Reports

WandaVision is available to stream on Disney+.

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