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Elizabeth Olsen Reveals Her Mom Didn’t Know Her Marvel Name

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Bella Hadid CannesThe WandaVision actress revealed on an appearance on Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday, 3rd of March that her mother Jarnett Olsen has been calling her the wrong name for four years now. Elizabeth who plays the hero Scarlett Witch also known as Wanda Maximoff has been playing the character since her first appearance on Marvel’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier which released in 2014.

 

 

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“My mom just told me the other day that she’s been calling me the ‘Red Witch’ for the last—she said four years, but I think I’ve been doing this for like six or seven,” the star told Jimmy Fallon. “And she just learned that I was called the Scarlet Witch last week.”

“My mom just told me the other day that she’s been calling me the ‘Red Witch’ for the last—she said four years, but I think I’ve been doing this for like six or seven,”

 

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The 31-year-old actress of Martha Marcy May Marlene fame went on to explain that her mother was confused as to why she never corrected her but turns out Elizabeth thought that her mom was calling her the wrong name as a joke. “She was like, ‘Why didn’t you ever correct me?'” the performer continued. “And I just told her, ‘I just thought you were making a joke. I didn’t know that’s what you thought my name was!'”

She was like, ‘Why didn’t you ever correct me?'” the performer continued. “And I just told her, ‘I just thought you were making a joke. I didn’t know that’s what you thought my name was!'”

During her appearance on the show, Jimmy Fallon did try and get some information about the WandaVision finale but Elizabeth remained coy about it. “I think it answers the rest of the questions that people might have and leaves things open the way Marvel needs to, to link everything back to the films,” she explained. “And it’s a Marvel finale!”

Looks like we are going to have to watch the movie to find out for ourselves!

Written by: Neha


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