"My character is incredible and absolutely out of her mind," said Elizabeth Olsen of her Avengers: Age of Ultron role as Wanda Maximoff aka the Scarlet Witch, during a Cover Media interview. "[She's] incredibly passionate and thinks she’s in control more than she actually is. She’s stubborn and an epic woman who has not been created by a human yet. So it’s really fun to be a part of that and try and honour fans." When asked if she had to workout and wear an "unforgiving" outfit for Joss Whedon's 2015 sequel, Olsen responded: "I always like working out. I guess I grew up being an athlete. I am not obsessive with anything really, but I am a witch, so I get to use energy fields. But that’s it. (laughs)" In a seperate interview with Moviefone, Olsen and Aaron Taylor-Johnson commented that they're not quite used to the fast pace that comes with production on Avengers: Age of Ultron ("It's like, 'Wait, we shot the whole scene?' Because they put four cameras on us at once and it's quick, quick, quick... It's like, 'I thought I maybe had a few other ways of doing that.' And they're like, 'Nope, done,'" said Johnson) . However, Olsen admits it's been quite fun shooting the Marvel sequel. "I'm laughing all the time," she said. "The crazy thing is that it's like, 'I'm throwing ***** with my hands, that's cuckoo!' But it's also like, 'We're saving lives. And it's very serious.' There's always that reminder that it's very serious." Further during the interview, the Godzilla stars were asked would they be in full costume by the end of Avengers: Age of Ultron, like in most superhero movies. "Well, we're not part of the team, so it's not the same thing..." teased Elizabeth Olsen. Both actors kept mum when asked if they would eventually become Avengers, but we can guess the answer to that.