House of the Dragon: Elizabeth Olsen addresses casting rumors in HBO series

Elizabeth Olsen has addressed rumors that she has been cast house of the dragon.

The Marvel star recently clarified speculation about her casting in the fantasy series.

Fans will be disappointed to learn that Olsen – best known for her Emmy-nominated performance as Wanda Maximoff in WandaVision — won’t be appearing on the hit HBO program any time soon.

“I don’t know how rumors like that come about – and then people think they’re legitimate,” Olsen said entertainment tonight.

“Dreamcasting is fun, yes, but I heard it’s been announced, which is even weirder,” she added.

People told the actor that the rumors appeared to have been sparked by a post shared on an unverified pop culture Twitter account on September 4th.

“I’ve never heard of anything like this,” said Olsen, 33.

However, the actor said she would be willing to star in it house of the dragon if the producers were interested.

“I mean sure, yes. [I like to do] anything worth telling, that’s a good story, that’s innovative, that [has] great characters,” she said.

Olsen previously auditioned game of ThronesReading for the role of Daenerys Targaryen, which went to Emilia Clarke.


Olsen recalled: “I auditioned game of Thrones. I auditioned for the assistant casting director in a small room in New York with just a camera on me and they read the script.

“I gave the Khaleesi speech as it comes out of the fire. It was awful. I didn’t get a call back.”

You can catch up on the biggest talking points from the latest episode of house of the dragon here. House of the Dragon: Elizabeth Olsen addresses casting rumors in HBO series


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