Elizabeth Olsen's Scarlet Witch is unrecognizable on one of the covers of Empire Magazine's Infinity War special editions, which the actress and Marvel fans pointed out on social media. Earlier this week, Empire showed off the six collectable covers for their Infinity War issues and fans were eager to get their hands on them. However, after taking a closer look at some of the covers, many, including Elizabeth Olsen, noticed that there was something off about these new images.

Elizabeth Olsen took to social media to post the Empire Infinity War cover that she is featured on, along with Benedict Cumberbatch's Doctor Strange, Dave Bautista's Drax the Destroyer, and Danai Gurira's Okoye. All of the other characters are instantly recognizable except for Olsen's Scarlet Witch who looks nothing like her. The face has been Photoshopped, like the rest and it looks terrible. Olsen posted the cover and then asked her fans, "Does this look like me?" Fans had already been angry about the bad photo editing job and came out in droves to support the actress.

Marvel fans were also quick to point out that they were excited to see Captain America and Iron Man together, but noticed that Chris Evans' beard was really weird. It's clear looking at the image now that the original picture did not feature a beard, so whoever was in charge of editing the cover decided to do a reverse Justice League and add a bear to Evans' face. It's pretty cringe-worthy to look at, especially paired with Elizabeth Olsen's overly contoured face as Scarlet Witch. Additionally, Thanos gets his own cover and he looks like he's a male model on the cover of GQ.

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Botched magazine covers or not, nothing is going to stop the Infinity War hype machine at this point. There's still so much secrecy surrounding the movie that Marvel fans are going slightly insane trying to figure everything out, which is a good thing. Marvel Studios has done an exemplary job promoting Infinity War and the rest of the movies contained within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Instead of giving everything away in the trailers, which has been the trend lately, Marvel has been keeping everything under lock and key until the movie is officially released.

Infinity War hits theaters one week early on April 27th and pre-sale tickets are available now. Though the movie is breaking pre-sale ticket records, the second trailer wasn't able to break the record of the first in YouTube viewings, which was a minor disappointment for Marvel fans who were expecting it to break another record. For now, the wait is nearly over to Infinity War on the big screen. While you wait, you can hunt down all six collectible covers of Empire Magazine's Infinity War special and maybe see if you can fix Elizabeth Olsen's face and Chris Evans' beard. Check out the covers below, courtesy of Elizabeth Olsen's Instagram account.

Kevin Burwick