WandaVision Star Elizabeth Olsen Says She Felt 'Uncomfortable' Filming the Series

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January 26, 2021  09:34 AM

2021 marks Marvel actress Elizabeth Olsen's 10th year in the entertainment industry and considering the fact that she's only been in the industry for a full decade, her acting resume has already been quite impressive.

It can't be denied that her involvement in the Marvel Cinematic Universe helped make her a household name in the business, not to mention an overnight sensation.


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Speaking of, Olsen currently appears in the Disney+ series WandaVision and so far, the MCU spinoff series is off to a great start. However, working on the project was apparently a daunting task for the actress and according to her, she didn't feel comfortable while filming the show.

In a new interview with lifestyle magazine Elle, Elizabeth shared that WandaVision may have been her most challenging project to date and it may stem from the fact that she's no longer playing second fiddle in the franchise, going from a supporting character to headlining her own show.

Elizabeth shares: "I've only been working for 10 years, but there is this feeling where you start to get comfortable... WandaVision was the furthest thing from comfortable for me. It felt intimidating. The character is a completely different thing."

The Scarlet Witch actress is definitely dealing with a ton of pressure but considering the show has been doing extremely well so far, I think she has nothing to worry about. That being said, things are starting to heat up in WandaVision as we approach the premiere of Episode 4. The last episode left us with a lot of questions and it's looking pretty evident that we're about to enter some serious territory. 

All three episodes of WandaVision are already up for streaming on Disney+.

Also Read: WandaVision May Have Already Teased Magneto's Arrival as Early as Episode 2

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