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Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams feels proud of starring in the ‘worst Marvel film ever made’




The more versatile an artist is, the more coveted they are. Game of Thrones has produced some of the brightest gems in the acting industry, some of them have gone on to play important roles in big production houses such as the MCU and the DCEU. Maisie Williams is definitely one of them, and the actor is exploring wildly different characters, ranging from Marvel’s New Mutant’s Wolfsbane to the latest one being Pamela “Jordan” Rooke in the upcoming Pistol series.

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Even though The New Mutants is often considered among the worst Marvel movie, Williams doesn’t feel any less of it. In fact, she’s quite proud of her role as a mutant. In a recent interview with British GQ, she said she has nothing but “extremely fulfilling” memories of The New Mutants, although the film got terrible reviews. “I can’t remember what publication it was, but someone said it was the worst Marvel movie ever made. I still feel kinda proud of that!”

Maisie Williams played the young mutant girl Wolfsbane aka Rahne Sinclair, who has the ability to partially or completely transform into a werewolf. Though her performance was incredible, the movie was largely criticized for straying away from the lore, and making a mess of the storyline.

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1 year ago

She is a great actor! I loved The New Mutants. Not as Academy Award contender by any means, but a hell of a lot of fun to watch. Sometimes you need a movie/show like that to unwind and not have to think too much. Captured the hell that being a “outcast” teen is like.