'Captain America: Civil War' Update: Elizabeth Olsen on Scarlet Witch's Relationship with The Vision; New Retro Art Revealed

By Staff Reporter, Parent Herald March 16, 06:58 am
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Fans are raving about “Captain America: Civil War” especially that a new trailer has popped up just a few days ago. But for the most part, it's the rumor and speculations about the film that are tickling the people's excitement.

While everyone who's tuned in to updates about “Captain America: Civil War” know that the movie will feature the rift in the Avengers' relationship with each other, some also know that The Vision and Scarlet Witch have a budding connection with each other.

Here's what Elizabeth Olsen, who plays Scarlet Witch, told Collider about that:

“Yeah I mean I think there’s something unique in the fact that her powers come from the same thing that powers him, and that is how we’ve made them have that kind of… that specifically in common, as opposed to it being something else that the comics kind of created, which has been pure romance.”

Of course, all those who watched “Avengers: Age of Ultron” will remember that the Witch received her powers from the Mind stone inside Loki's scepter. This same stone is the one attached on Vision's forehead, powering him up.

“But they do have something uniquely special because of that,” Olsen added.

In the same interview, Olsen mentioned that the upcoming movie will try to “tie together that [Vision's and Scarlet Witch's] relationship has gotten stronger – that their friendship has gotten stronger from [“Avengers: Age of Ultron].”

The friendship between the two remains to be seen once the movie comes out this May. One thing that fans can see, however, is a cool retro art made by DeviantArt user Punmagneto, which features all the film's characters all splashed in a retro-inspired poster.

Comic Book Resources notes that the art is reminiscent of the 1940's posters familiar to Steve Rogers. Check the poster here.

“Captain America: Civil War” releases in theaters May 6.

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