There's no doubt that Wanda Maximoff is one of the MVPs of the Marvel Cinematic Universe's fourth phase and even after the fate she suffered in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, the one and only Harbinger of Chaos continues to influence the world. In fact, one Korean idol reveals that her latest solo track draws massive inspiration from the character Elizabeth Olsen plays in the billion-dollar franchise.
This week, Red Velvet member Kang Seul-gi, more commonly known as Seulgi released the hair-raising music video for her track "28 Reasons". In a press statement (via Koreaboo), Seulgi revealed that the choreography for the song was actually inspired by Wanda herself and if you'll notice in the music video of the now-viral track which currently has over 6 million views on YouTube, she even wore a red glove during one portion of the video to mimic the Scarlet Witch's Darkhold-corrupted fingers.
The Kpop star explains: "There's a lot of hand gestures because I'm inspired by Wanda (Maximoff, Marvel's Scarlet Witch). I show a lot of grotesque choreography with the dancers so I would look like a witch." Check out the official music video for "28 Reasons" below:
Meanwhile, Wanda's future in the MCU is still shrouded in mystery but Olsen herself has expressed in a recent interview that she would love to come back in a future project. Whether or not that happens in Phase 5 or 6 remains to be seen but it would be amazing if she'll get her redemption arc before the Multiverse saga comes to a close.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is streaming exclusively on Disney+.