One of the most talked about moments in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is when Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) and Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) meet to meet an alternate version of the Avengers known as the Illuminati. The group is comprised of several prominent Marvel comics characters that were previously identified in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
John Krasinski is playing Reed Richards, nicknamed Mr. Fantastic from the Fantastic Four, as part of a particularly spooky casting. He has long been a popular fan casting for the role, and his appearance in the Internet has been hailed by many viewers.
During the extensive press tour that stars have begun, the cameo has been a popular topic. So when Elizabeth Olsen took a famous lie detector test, Krasinski inevitably came up. Although she has not commented on her co-star, she has never even met him.
No, Olsen said about Krasinski. Ive never met him. Ive never met him!  Ive never met him. He has never met him.
The test alleged that Olsen was revealing the truth, which many people have found difficult to understand because of the fact that they share the screen together. However, the Illuminati were a late addition to the film, and Krasinski filmed his scenes during reshoots that Olsen was not a participant.
The delay was likely to be the result of the juggling act required to shut down prominent actors, which included Patrick Stewart reprising his role as Professor X, for the premieres. In a recent interview with IndieWires Kate Erbland, the filmmaker spoke about the difficult process of selecting the appropriate actors and actors to play them. However, he couldnt be more thrilled with how it turned out.
Waldron said that they will certainly represent the pie-in-the-sky members. Even in my wildest dreams, in that first draft, where its like, do the craziest things possible, did I think we would be able to do what we ended up doing in the film. I believe what we actually pulled off is far better than what appeared to be possible.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is now playing in theaters.