Kathryn Hahn says it took her 40 minutes to pee on ‘WandaVision’ set, but Elizabeth Olsen was ‘very patient’ with her

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Speaking at Variety’s “Power of Women” event, Hahn said:

“First of all, she was my intro into this Marvel family and she very generously walked me through blasts and wires and stunts and finding truth on an X on a green screen. I was used to talking to other people,” Hahn said, before joking: “She was so patient with all of my questions: Who was Ultron? What is that glove with all the gems on it?”

She continued: “But she was very patient with me as it took me like a solid 40 minutes to 10-one which … is to urinate in the movie business. I have a lot of costume on and a very small bladder.”

The filming of the series was put on hold when the COVID-19 epidemic broke out in March 2020, yet the costars remained supportive of one another.

“In the heart of lockdown, she brought worms from her garden over to us to compost,” she recalled. “And my husband, for some reason, it was really important for him to make sure that she knew that they’re thriving. So Lizzie, just know that they’re alive and well.

“And did I hand her a loaf of bread in return that was clearly store-bought? Yes. She graciously accepted. And did she and her husband write and record a song for me as my wrap gift for WandaVision? Yes. And is it as perfectly strange and hilarious and singular as I ever dreamed of it being? Absolutely,” Hahn added.

Hahn’s presence in “WandaVision” isn’t the last time audiences will see her in the Marvel Cinematic Universe because she’s getting her own Disney+ series, which will certainly delve deeper into Agatha Harkness.

Plot details are under wraps for the moment, but the show will arrive on Disney+ towards the end of 2023.

Kathryn Hahn made her Marvel debut in 2021’s “WandaVision,” as the villainous witch, Agatha Harkness, who manipulates Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) to steal the power of the Scarlet Witch for herself. And Hahn recently praised her costar for being “very patient” with her while she took 40-minute pee breaks.

Speaking at Variety’s “Power of Women” event, Hahn said:

“First of all, she was my intro into this Marvel family and she very generously walked me through blasts and wires and stunts and finding truth on an X on a green screen. I was used to talking to other people,” Hahn said, before joking: “She was so patient with all of my questions: Who was Ultron? What is that glove with all the gems on it?”

She continued: “But she was very patient with me as it took me like a solid 40 minutes to 10-one which … is to urinate in the movie business. I have a lot of costume on and a very small bladder.”

The filming of the series was put on hold when the COVID-19 epidemic broke out in March 2020, yet the costars remained supportive of one another.

“In the heart of lockdown, she brought worms from her garden over to us to compost,” she recalled. “And my husband, for some reason, it was really important for him to make sure that she knew that they’re thriving. So Lizzie, just know that they’re alive and well.

“And did I hand her a loaf of bread in return that was clearly store-bought? Yes. She graciously accepted. And did she and her husband write and record a song for me as my wrap gift for WandaVision? Yes. And is it as perfectly strange and hilarious and singular as I ever dreamed of it being? Absolutely,” Hahn added.

Hahn’s presence in “WandaVision” isn’t the last time audiences will see her in the Marvel Cinematic Universe because she’s getting her own Disney+ series, which will certainly delve deeper into Agatha Harkness.

Plot details are under wraps for the moment, but the show will arrive on Disney+ towards the end of 2023.

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