WANDAVISION'S Elizabeth Olsen has broken her silence on rumours sisters Mary-Kate and Ashley will feature in the show.
Elizabeth, 31, plays Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch in the upcoming Disney+ series alongside Paul Bettany as Vision.
The pair are reprising their roles first established in the Marvel films for the series, which looks more quirky than what has come so far from the MCU.
Fans are desperate to know what exactly to expect from the show, while talk show host Jimmy Kimmel has his own unique theory about what could happen.
During an appearance on his chat show, Elizabeth was asked about comics-related Easter eggs in WandaVision and if any included Full House, which had starred Elizabeth's older twin sisters, Mary-Kate and Ashley when they were children.
He said: "What about this one? Wanda bears a striking resemblance to these actors who played the role of Michelle Tanner on a sitcom from the '90s called Full House.
"Which would mean Uncle Joey is about to join the MCU?"
Elizabeth simply replied: "That would be incredible. It is very meta the whole thing."
While Elizabeth gave little away about her twin sisters popping up, she did explain a little more about the show's aesthetic and format.
She said: "I think I can say it's Wanda and Vision living their suburban sitcom dreams.
"We cover all of American sitcoms, starting with the '50s, a la Dick Van Dyke, and progress to the '00s. And there's a reason for it!"
She continued: "It's not just a fun trick we do. We tried to film every episode as authentically as we could to each decade.
"In the '50s, we filmed in front of a live studio audience, filled with so many NDAs. It was really strange and fun."
WandaVision premieres on Disney+ on Friday, January 15.
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