After the man himself was not indifferent to the matter, Elizabeth Olsen has now confirmed it Daniel Craig was scheduled to appear with him last year as Balder the Brave Doctor Strange is in a universe full of madness. Rumors about Craig joining the film have been around for some time, but Olsen is the first screen star to confirm the information.

during the conversation with Josh Horowitz on it Happy, sad, confused podcastHorowitz mentioned working with Olsen when reflecting on her career and her time with Marvel in the MCU. John Krasinski as Reed Richards in the film. Olsen confirmed that she never worked with Krasinski on the film – which she also said Lie detector test with Vanity Fair at the time of release.


Horowitz then noted: Talked to Craig on the same podcast, he asked the James Bond star if he should appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, though Craig kept mum on the matter. Olsen, recently opened up about his recent concerns with the writing process in the MCU, had no such concerns about being left behind diplomatically. “Yeah, I thought so too,” he said. “I saw the art. They made a suit. There was a design.”

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Who is Balder the Brave?

Olsen is certainly not the first person to mention the character of Balder the Brave. Graham Churchyard, costume designer Worked with Olsen A world of much madness, In an interview with’s Phase Zero podcast, Balder confirmed that he almost appeared in the film. “Yes, we got very far into the design of Balder the Brave, and then we waited and waited and waited for casting and I took it to the prototype stage,” Churchyard said. “So we were designing, putting together fabrics and ideas, and waiting for the actor. Poor Balder the Brave.”

In the Marvel Comics continuity, Balder the Brave is Thor’s half-brother and the son of Odin and Freyja. Like many of Marvel’s Asgardians, the character comes from Norse mythology, where he is known as Baldr.

Olsen’s return is expected as Wanda Maximoff in the upcoming Disney+ show, Agatha: Coven of Chaos. Considering he’s running the show Jacques Schaefferthe mind behind WandaVisionhopefully Wanda will shake the stick better than she got during A world of much madness. You can read Olsen’s interview Happy, sad, podcast in the link below.