There’s no shortage of opinion about her character Wanda Maximoff. But there’s no contesting that the actress is giving an all-time endearing press offensive.
Shannon O’Connor is a social media editor for The Daily Beast. She previously worked at The Hollywood Reporter, Southern California News Group and Los Angeles Times. She is a graduate of Emerson College.
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