Elizabeth Olsen: "Scarlet Witch's father? Ian MckEllen's Magneto!"



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Elizabeth Olsen: "Scarlet Witch's father? Ian MckEllen's Magneto!"

Elizabeth Olsen has revealed who she would choose as a father for Scarlet Witch between Ian McKellen and Michael Fassbender's Magneto. Elizabeth said: "I think I'll choose Sir Ian McKellen. I had the biggest crush on him.

I always saw him in these videos called Playing Shakespeare, where the actors get together and act out something from Shakespeare. It's a series of videos. It's like the most amazing man in the world. So I would say Sir Ian McKellen.

" McKellen said he would be happy to have the young woman as her daughter: "If I had a daughter, I would really like her to be like Elizabeth. It would be great to be her father!"

Doctor Strange 2: plot, cast and spoilers

The plot of the film said: "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." The main antagonist of the film is Wanda Maximoff: her purpose is to use the power of America Chavez to travel through the multiverse in search of her twins created by her fantasy (which became reality) in Westview, Wiccan and Speed.

Wanda, through the power of the Darkhold runes, is arguably the most powerful being in the entire Marvel Multiverse. The film's ending suggests that Wanda dies after her redemption, but her body is not seen: the feeling is that Wanda is still alive.