After weeks of rumors, Elizabeth Olsen was recently confirmed to play Scarlet Witch in 'The Avengers 2' (officially titled 'The Avengers: Age of Ultron'), but the actress only just acknowledged the apparently secret casting. Now she's letting some more details fly about this mysterious new addition to the Marvel movie universe, so what can we expect from Scarlet Witch on the big screen?
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When James Spader was officially cast as Ultron in 'Avengers 2,' Marvel announced the occasion in grand style on their own style. But, before they could get to announcing who would play Scarlet Witch in 'Avengers 2,' Samuel L. Jackson has beaten them to the punch and announced that Elizabeth Olsen has joined the cast.
We're just a few of months away from the release of Spike Lee's 'Oldboy,' a remake of Park Chan-wook's insta-classic South Korean tale of suffering and revenge. FilmDistrict released some new, hi-res photos today to give us a peek at some of the film's major players -- including Samuel L. Jackson with a blonde afro-mohawk.
Yesterday a rumor emerged tying Elizabeth Olsen to the role of Scarlet Witch in Joss Whedon's 'The Avengers: Age of Ultron.' While we should take this revelation with a grain (or two) of salt, we'd like to hear your thoughts: Is Ms. Olsen your pick for Scarlet Witch?
Even though 'The Avengers: Age of Ultron' won't hit screens until 2015, the casting process is under way and Joss Whedon is looking for his Wanda Maximoff -- also known as The Scarlet Witch -- for the upcoming movie. Previously Saoirse Ronan was the top contender, but it appears she's passed and that the part may have been offered to Elizabeth Olsen.
Released from a several-year prison sentence, a man must find the mysterious figure who took his life away.
The 'Godzilla' reboot has been making some waves -- we reported not long ago that Aaron Johnson is in talks for the lead role, and now Elizabeth Olsen and Bryan Cranston are in talks to face the giant lizard, too.
Age is only a number when it comes to love. You just can't help who you fall for. That's just the kind of particular situation our lead character is in Josh Radnor's latest movie 'Liberal Arts.'