While at the Toronto International Film Festival, actress Elizabeth Olsen talked to press about her film, I Saw the Light. Luckily, folks like Collider took the opportunity to ask her about Scarlet Witch and the future of the character.
"I really think so, yeah," Olsen said when asked about Captain America: Civil War's hype as being a very good final product. "I think it's darker, and it's fun, it's really fun. It was so hard to shoot, but I think it's going to be a really interesting film. I'm excited to see how they're going to end it, what the ellipses of the film will be."
With that statement, Olsen alluded to how the film will lead into the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but don't expect her to say much about that, because she doesn't know. When asked about Wanda's role in the two Avengers: Infinity War films, she said, "Those are things I'd like to know, too. Those are things that I have a group of people with me here that would like to know."
That likely refers to her agent/manager/friends and family, but her costar (and husband in the role) in I Saw the Light is Tom Hiddleston, who plays Loki in the franchise, and is also uncertain about his MCU future.