Within the interview, Olsen — with a number of years distance — appears a bit of perplexed by the huge and complicated mythology of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Listening to herself saying traces like “You, Imaginative and prescient, are the piece of the Thoughts Stone that lives in me” in “WandaVision” struck her as notably absurd. “That is some loopy s*** to say!” she laughed, saying it was like talking in a international language and he or she primarily needed to “translate” the traces into one thing emotionally resonant for the scene. On the web page, it appears, the scene did not make an entire lot of sense.
It turned particularly complicated when Olsen realized that her character was given the identical arc in “Multiverse of Insanity” as she was in “WandaVision.” Each had been about dealing with grief, though weirdly, it was two renditions of grief stemming from the very same occasion. Though the MCU tends to get credit score for its broad, interlocking tales, plainly clear communication wasn’t all the time of paramount significance between respective screenwriters. When Olsen clocked the similarities between her collection and her new film — with the character tragic in a single and merely villainous within the different — she talked about it to the screenwriters. It appears they had been clueless. She stated:
“It is a related arc in ‘Multiverse of Insanity’ that it’s in ‘WandaVision.’ There might be parallel tales being informed there of coping with grief and loss. Properly, I proposed that to the writers of ‘Multiverse.’ I stated ‘Have you learnt what we’re doing in ‘WandaVision’? Have you ever seen it?’ And, no, that they had not seen it as a result of it wasn’t completed but.”
It was a transparent second when the MCU tripped over its personal ft. This was not the well-oiled machine the primary 20-odd films made us consider.