“It is an awkward audition!”: There's No Immediate Plans for Elizabeth Olsen to Appear in King's Landing
2024/03/27

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Amidst the glamour of Variety's Power of Women gala in Los Angeles, Elizabeth Olsen, the renowned 33-year-old Marvel star, quashed the swirling rumors of her joining HBO's "House of the Dragon" with a mix of amusement and disbelief. With a chuckle, Olsen revealed to Entertainment Tonight how baffled she was by the baseless speculations and the oddity of hearing her casting was "announced" based on mere whispers from an unverified Twitter account. Despite the false buzz, Olsen expressed a willingness to explore the lands of Westeros, given the right story and character align with her passion for meaningful narratives.

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Elizabeth Olsen, celebrated for her portrayal of Wanda Maximoff/The Scarlet Witch, reminisced about her challenging audition for Daenerys Targaryen in "Game of Thrones," a role that eventually catapulted Emilia Clarke to fame. Describing the audition as her most awkward, Olsen recalled the daunting experience of delivering Daenerys's fiery speech in a nondescript New York room, a performance that, unfortunately, did not lead to a callback.

In a recent revelation, "House of the Dragon" creator Ryan Condal addressed the futures of Milly Alcock and Emily Carey, who played younger versions of pivotal characters.

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