In response to Season 2 of House of the Dragon casting rumours, Elizabeth Olsen

In a recent interview, Elizabeth Olsen denied that she had been contacted about a part on the second season of House of the Dragon.

The first season of House of the Dragon is presently airing, and both critics and viewers have been raving about it thus far. Recent rumours stated that the HBO series was considering casting Marvel star Elizabeth Olsen for a significant role, even though the second season of the programme had already been announced. Henry Cavill, according to rumours, was also contacted for the second season.

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Because of Olsen’s outstanding performance as Wanda Maximoff in the Marvel movies and WandaVision, fans were thrilled to hear that she might be cast in House of the Dragon. The actress recently addressed the rumours when she made an appearance at Variety’s Power of Women gala in Los Angeles. “I don’t know how things, like rumours like that, get started, and then people assume they’re legitimate,” Olsen said in response to a question on whether she has been contacted for House of the Dragon Season 2 by ET.

Olsen had previously been in a Game of Thrones audition, but Emilia Clarke ultimately won the part of Daenerys Targaryen. However, in the instance of House of the Dragon, the actress explained when asked about rumours that she had been cast in the series, saying, “Dream casting is nice, absolutely, but I heard it was, like, announced though, which is odd. I never heard of such a thing,” via Entertainment Tonight.

Elizabeth remained upbeat when asked if she would be interested in taking on a role if the opportunity presented itself. She later stated that she would be open to anything creative and compelling. Currently, Matt Smith, Emma D’Arcy, Olivia Cooke, and Paddy Considine play the main characters in the first season of House of the Dragon.

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