Actress Elizabeth Olsen's character Wanda Maximoff in the 'Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness' is at her most complex, as her relationship with the title character essayed by English star Benedict Cumberbatch, grows more tangled over the course of the film.
However, Olsen, whose portrayal of the mystical Scarlet Witch has made her a consistent MCU fan favourite, says that no matter what Wanda goes through, she'll continue to defend the character, reports 'Variety'.
"I remember people saying at the end of 'Wandavision'. 'She has no accountability'," Olsen told 'Variety' senior entertainment reporter Angelique Jackson on the red carpet at the 'Multiverse of Madness' premiere on Monday.
"She's gonna take accountability for herself, she's gonna isolate, she's gonna think about it, and she's gonna grow."
Although 'Multiverse of Madness' is a sequel to the 2016 'Doctor Strange' film, it also follows many of the plot threads of the critically acclaimed Disney+ series 'Wandavision', which saw Olsen and Paul Bettany headline as Wanda and the android Vision.
Olsen jumped into filming on 'Doctor Strange 2' right after she wrapped 'Wandavision'.
"Getting to do 'Wandavision' and then coming into this film, my priority was, how do we continue the thread, but how do we also make it different?" Olsen recalled.
"How is there an evolution, how can we keep it exciting for the fans? And how can we ground her and show them something they haven't seen yet? And I'm really looking forward for the fan response after this film. I think everyone's in for a ride."