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With the release of “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” on its way, the nerves now seem to be running high. Escalating the even higher nerves is Elizabeth Olsen’s recent interview with the “HeyUGuys” via the Comicbook, in which the actress is said to have opened up about the possibility of her uttering one of the most iconic Scarlet Witch lines from the comics, which goes like “No more mutants.”

During the entire chat, the host asked Olsen if there were any specific immortal words from the comics in the MCU that she wanted to say, and the actress replied, “Yes, I mean, I would hope so. I’m excited about all the happening crossovers in the future.”

Olsen had added, “I do really think that this film had opened up to lots of opportunities with the Multiverse. But yeah, the words would “no more mutants.” I mean… I would love to be able to say them in some capacity to make it work for the MCU.” She has also talked about how the Marvel security and its very vast universe render her being all powerless during the interview, “Again, I would have never known what we were to do next, so I am always there just kind of like in those interviews, just saying whatever that sounds cool to me as well. But yeah, it is not at all in anyone’s control besides Kevin Feige.”

For the MCU mutants, the current status has stood at zero as the word had never been used in the movies or any of its popular series.

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