Elizabeth Olsen, star in the MARVEL cinecomic Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, talked about the presence on the set of John Krasinski, who played Reed Richards / Mr. Fantastic, the first official Fantastic 4 character to join the MCU, denying that she never met the actor on set.
She told to Vanity Fair: "No, I never met him. I never met him, really, I never met that man! I met his wife, but not him! I wasn't in the reshoots. I was shooting more , so I recorded my lines later. I've never met a lot of people who are in this movie.
And in a lot of scenes we acted with ourselves. We worked a lot with the imagination, which is always a challenge, but also a Joy. There are some moments when it seems to be just children with an incredible sense of imagination.
The script has always been very mobile. Nothing was really definitive. I was not surprised when we were told that we were going to do reshoots. I knew however. that would have no major impact on my story arc. And when that was the case, it was enough to record new lines."
The addition of Reed Richards in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness was decided after filming: Elizabeth Olsen did not participate in the reshoots in which John Krasinski was present, in the scene where they were also Captain Carter, Captain Marvel, Mordo, Black Bolt and Charles Xavier / Professor X.
Plot of the film
The plot of the film: "Now that Iron Man and Captain America have left us after a fierce battle in Avengers: Endgame, the former neurosurgeon of genius and the strongest wizard of all, Doctor Strange, must play an active role as the central figure of the Avengers.
However, Using his magic to manipulate time and space at will with a spell that is forbidden and considered the most dangerous ever, he has opened the doors to a mysterious madness called the Multiverse. To restore a world where everything is changing, Strange asks for help from the his ally Wong, the new Sorcerer Supreme and the most powerful Scarlet Witch, Wanda.
But a terrible threat looms over humanity and the entire universe that cannot be dealt with by their power alone. Even more surprisingly, the great threat in the universe looks exactly like Doctor Strange."