Elizabeth Olsen says that she and now-husband Robbie Arnett "eloped" before the COVID-19 lockdown, and that she "just never talked about it"
Michael Waldron defends film's R-rated scares, comments on Tom Cruise and Lady Gaga casting rumors and discusses the Scarlet Witch's character arc.
Director Sam Raimi and stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Elizabeth Olsen, Benedict Wong, Xochitl Gomez and Rachel McAdams talk "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness."
After footage was first shown as the post-credits scene of “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” the official trailer for “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” is here. The next adventure in the Marvel Cinematic Universe sees Doctor Strange and Wanda Maximoff team up as monsters and villains from the multiverse spill over into our world. […]
While speaking to Kaley Cuoco for Variety's Actors on Actors series, Elizabeth Olsen let it slip that she's officially off the market.
Elizabeth Olsen didn't "want to be associated" with her famous sisters for a while.
Olsen and Fallon appeared to travel through time until a plot twist revealed the true cause of the FallonVision madness.
The pivotal, gutting episode of Disney+'s hit Marvel show features the full emergence of Wanda's comics alter ego and sets up a dramatic finale.
Fan-favorite actress reveals game-changing scene that the "WandaVision" creator compared to "Game of Thrones" and discusses how her character figures in to the upcoming "Captain Marvel 2."
Plus, the newest episode has a big plot twist involving Kathryn Hahn's nosy neighbor.
Elizabeth Olsen's mother was a ballerina while her older sisters are twins Mary-Kate and Ashley, who began as child actresses in "Full House."
"WandaVision" creator Jac Schaeffer and co-stars Randall Park and Kat Dennings explain the Disney+ series' midseason pivot to "the thrills and distinct Marvel style."
Hydra, S.W.O.R.D. and Agatha Harkness all have a place in the retro-sitcom surrealism of the MCU Phase 4's first TV show.
"WandaVision" stars Paul Bettany, Elizabeth OIsen and Teyonah Parris and Marvel chief Kevin Feige talk ambitious new TV series.
The anticipated upcoming Disney+ series promises to be a radical departure from the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany dish on the "Dick Van Dyke"-show inspired Disney+ streaming series "WandaVision."
Kevin Feige, boss of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, reckons that Thanos could have been taken down by one single Avenger.
If you're getting fed up of hearing everyone singing the praises of the Avengers, why not take a short break by listening to people hating on them. SEE ALSO: The first reactions to Marvel's 'Avengers: Infinity War' are in In the latest edition of "Mean Tweets" filmed for <em>Jimmy Kimmel Live!</em>, the likes of Chris Pratt, Scarlett Johansson, and Chris Evans read out some of the spectacularly harsh things people are saying about them on the internet. The tweets range from the very weird (the one about Johansson) to the very, very mean (the one about Paul Bettany). At least they're smiling while they read them out, though.
On Wednesday, Chris Pratt hung out with Jacob Monday, who is a 16-year-old from upstate New York stricken with terminal cancer, and the fellas got their makeup done.
The 10-episode series, created by Kit Mteinkellner ('Z: The Beginning of Everything'), was previously set up at Showtime, where it went by the working title 'Widow.'