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Elizabeth Olsen might be a newcomer to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but she's already having the time of her life playing Wanda Maximoff. It's "so crazy and mind-blowing" she said in a new interview with USA Today to promote the Blu-ray/DVD release of [The Avengers: Age Of Ultron](tag:293035). "I'm loving every time I get to go back to playing Scarlet Witch."

She loves that she's a wild card on the team, a big question mark in regard to how she'll use her powers - will she use them for good, like the Avengers? Or will she use them for vengeance? She is so much more powerful than anyone the current Avengers have ever dealt with, and that's not necessarily a good thing.

Another big question mark is whether or not we'll see her and Vision's relationship blossom into a romance. There were certainly foreshadowing nods to it in Age of Ultron - when she stares at him in wonder after his creation, when he, of all the Avengers, swoops in to carry her to safety as the flying city plummets, etc. But Olsen revealed that if they do explore her romantic relationship with Vision, she wants to go old school - as in the House of M storyline:

It has to be House of M. That’s still all I want to do, I don’t care. I would just love to have make-believe children and have him play along with it and then just decide to destroy all mutants. That would be so fun but obviously that would never happen.

Unfortunately, she's right. With Fox owning the rights to the X-Men and all of the mutants of the Marvel pantheon, a House of M storyline will probably never happen. But it's possible that Marvel could create a similar storyline. Either way, the Scarlet Witch/Vision relationship is one of the most interesting dynamics in the Marvel universe, and I, for one, would love to see it played out on screen.

(via Heroic Hollywood)


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