During a recent appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden, actress Elizabeth Olsen couldn’t contain her excitement for the upcoming film, “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness”. Olsen, who plays the character Wanda Maximoff, also known as Scarlet Witch, expressed her love for how the new movie continues the story from the popular TV show “WandaVision”.

Host James Corden acknowledged the difficulty of getting any spoilers out of Olsen due to the secretive nature of Marvel projects. However, he couldn’t resist asking if there was anything she could share about the film. Olsen cleverly responded, “We’re here to talk about something we can’t talk about”, highlighting the challenge of keeping secrets while still wanting to discuss the project.

Corden pressed further, asking if Olsen enjoyed not being able to talk about the film. She admitted that she usually has a hard time keeping secrets, recalling instances from her childhood where she couldn’t resist giving away surprises to her family. However, she understands the importance of allowing fans to have an equal opportunity to enjoy the movie without any spoilers.

Fellow guest, actor Benedict Wong, who plays the character Wong in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, chimed in, expressing his own ability to keep secrets. Wong mentioned that he prefers to experience the final product as an audience member rather than knowing too much beforehand.

As the conversation shifted to discussing the film itself, Olsen revealed that “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” will feature multiple versions of the character Doctor Strange, played by Benedict Cumberbatch. Corden jokingly asked if it was fun acting with multiple Cumberbatches, to which Olsen sarcastically responded, “They’re just such hard work…they’re never there”. She playfully explained how Cumberbatch would often be relaxing in his trailer while others stepped in for certain scenes.

Despite the secrecy and challenges faced during the film’s production, both Olsen and Wong expressed their immense pride in the project. Olsen, in particular, mentioned the unique aspect of transitioning her character from a TV show to a film, and commended Marvel for allowing such continuity. She also revealed that actress Xochitl Gomez will be joining the cast as America Chavez.

To add a fun twist to the discussion, Corden decided to settle the debate of who is the greater hand actor in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Doctor Strange or Scarlet Witch, through a game of rock, paper, scissors. The tension rose as both Olsen and Wong made their attempts to claim the title. After an intense series of matches, Olsen emerged victorious, earning the crown of the greatest hand actor.

The interview concluded with Olsen admitting her nervousness and excitement for audiences to see “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness”. With the anticipation building, it’s clear that fans can expect an exciting continuation of the story from “WandaVision” and the Marvel Cinematic Universe.