Elizabeth Olsen is sharing some advice for actors looking to jump into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
In a recent interview Happy sad confusion Podcast with Josh Horowitz, the WandaVision Star tells her that actors should only take on one Marvel project at first, rather than signing up for several.
“You have more control that way,” says the actress. “Let’s say you’re like, ‘Oh my God, this was the most fun I’ve ever had and I love this character so much. I want to do it again.’ Now you have more creative controls for what’s next.
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Since 2014, Olsen has played Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch in several MCU projects, including two. Captain America Movies, three Avengers movies, Doctor Strange in various forms of madness And series WandaVisionThis earned her an Emmy nomination.
As for what’s next in her career, Olsen says she has no interest in signing up for another ongoing franchise.
“It’s like I see the past and I see this way and this way, and I’ve been walking this way, and now I want to turn left a little bit… back a little bit,” she explained.
Over the past few years, Olson said she’s tried to find “establishment on the road” but has also struggled to turn down projects.
“I think when I started getting job opportunities that weren’t me like everything and anything—I really enjoyed doing that—I didn’t really understand how to say no to projects or how to deal with it. I had to do something or I didn’t.” Love and death The actress said.
“I didn’t really have a philosophy or a plan, and I still don’t really have a plan, but I guess a lot of philosophy,” she added. “And it’s good to know and it’s good to have and it’s good information now when you’re looking at projects that have that kind of lens and knowledge.”