Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness Is Filled With Horror Genre Feeling Of Constant Fear

Elizabeth Olsen revealed about Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness “panic nightmares” before starting a new project, despite her onscreen superhero status. WandaVision, the genre-bending Disney+ comedy that depicted Wanda Maximoff and Vision’s (Paul Bettany) marital adventures through a sitcom-style lens, epitomized this sentiment. But, once the series debuted to critical acclaim and a rabid audience, Olsen’s fears about starting the Marvel TV empire would dissipate, right?

That is until she reprised her role as the Scarlet Witch in Sam Raimi’s Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness. Despite the fact that the eponymous character has been likened to Indiana Jones by writer Michael Waldron, Olsen believes that the end result is edgier than that figure’s action epics. On the current Little Gold Men episode, Olsen says, “I believe it’s more than a glossy Indiana Jones movie, although I adore Indiana Jones,” adding, “But I feel like it has a deeper element going on.”

This week’s Little Gold Men podcast is a Disney+ double feature, with an interview with Sebastian Stan, star of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (also courtesy of Joanna). She speaks with Jeff Giles, Vanity Fair’s chief Hollywood editor, Richard Lawson, and Katey Rich about Witness, Harrison Ford’s lone Oscar nomination to date. Other hot subjects include In the Heights’ disappointing box office performance, Bo Burnham’s Netflix special Inside receiving Emmy hype, and Pixar’s newest movie Luca, which will debut on Disney+ on Friday.


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