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Welcome to , Elizabeth Olsen Source, your best source for all things related to Elizabeth Olsen. Elizabeth's breakthrough came in 2011 when she starred in critically-acclaimed movies "Martha Marcy May Marlene" and "Silent House". She made her name in indie movies until her role in 2014 blockbuster Godzilla and then as Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff in Marvel's Captain America: Winter Soldier, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Captain America: Civil War, and Avengers: Infinity War. Her recent starring role in Facebook Watch's "Sorry For Your Loss" included her first Executive Producer position. Enjoy the many photos(including lots of exclusives!), articles, and videos on our site!

Gallery: Photoshoot Additions

I’ve recently found some nice additions from 2012, 2013, and 2016, including two photoshoots I haven’t seen before.

 

 
 

 

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Press/Gallery: Elizabeth Olsen Talks Robert Downey Jr, Skipping the Oscars, and Moving to England

Her sisters might make the headlines, but Elizabeth Olsen prefers to fly under the radar.

 

 

THE SUNDAY TIMES STYLE – It’s cold in Hollywood. On a backlot in Studio City that has more in common with an Essex construction site, I’m shivering in a temporary office, waiting for a gofer who I’m told will take me to Elizabeth Olsen. I watch the back of a tall brunette in a backwards baseball cap and Timberlands and contemplate where Olsen could possibly be in all this prosaic functionality. Ensconced, I suspect, in one of those “better” places reserved for cast, sipping something hot with almond milk. Only when the runner turns around to approach me… She is Elizabeth Olsen. “I’d love to say I drink coffee with almond milk,” she says, her voice low, wry and husky, “but it tastes f****** disgusting.”

 

On the Hollywood behavioural spectrum, the 29-year-old Olsen — Lizzie to those who know her — is at the end marked “very unshowy”. “When I get photographed, it’s never leaving a cool restaurant,” she says drily. “I’m always at the grocery store buying toilet paper.” This is all the more impressive given her lineage: her older sisters are twins Mary-Kate and Ashley, 31, the child TV stars turned fashion designers of The Row — their diffusion line, Elizabeth and James, is named after her and her brother. I’ve been warned not to talk too much about her sisters, but when I do, Olsen gets it: “Of course people are curious. When you have a public figure in your family, people forget that you have, like, 800 other members of it.” She has made occasional appearances on the brand’s front row, as well as at Miu Miu — Mrs Prada gave her the seal of approval when she cast Olsen for an ad campaign in 2014, a signal that she was the Chloë Sevigny-like girl of the moment. More recently, she has starred in H&M’s SS18 campaign film dancing the tango with Winona Ryder.

 

In general, however, the younger Olsen has eschewed all Hollywood peacockery. In fact, in the seven years since her breakthrough lead as the escapee from an abusive cult in Martha Marcy May Marlene, which led to a Bafta rising-star nomination and a quiet reputation for dark indie films, the only scandalous headline she’s had is (and I paraphrase): “Elizabeth Olsen is so low-key.” “‘She’s high-strung but low-key!’” she drawls, nailing the sarcasm. “‘She has a hundred neuroses, but so low-key.’”

 

She takes me to her new “office”, a prefab that resembles a halfway house, empty but for a hefty brown sofa that looks like vintage DFS; she curls up on it cupping a grim-looking takeaway tea. From here she will be executive producing and starring in a 10-part dramedy about a grieving widow called Sorry for Your Loss, for Facebook’s new streaming platform, Watch. As this is a #MeToo world, the team have just watched a video on harassment in the workplace and listened to a talk by a lawyer. “I was like, ‘Wow, this is really f****** thorough.’ Apparently even if someone overhears something really inappropriate that’s still considered harassment. Even though it’s not told to them directly. I was, like, ‘This is crazy shit.’”

 

Olsen admits she is one of the least likely people to collaborate with a social-media company: “I told them, ‘I’m not gonna create a Facebook page for my character.’” Until recently she was a confirmed iPhobe, but she reluctantly joined Instagram two years ago and now has 1.1m followers, which she finds amusing: “I don’t understand the acronyms, but I figured that #WCW was Woman Crush Wednesday.” She posted a picture of her “inspiration”, former jailbird Martha Stewart. “All I want to do is be a homemaker. I started baking bread in January,” she declares rather maniacally. “I want to make my own yeast next.”

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Gallery: Some Additions to Photoshoots & Avenger Posters

Another two portraits of Elizabeth from Avengers Age of Ultron from 2015 have turned up – or rather the same picture, one is untouched and the other isn’t. She looks flawless in both!

 


 

 

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Gallery: Photoshoot Additions

I’ve got some great outtakes from photoshoots including some very rare ones from 2015.

 


 

 

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Gallery: Glamour Mexico Scans and Hunger Photoshoot

Unfortunately, I haven’t found the Hunger Magazine scans which will likely include other photos but thankfully we have 3 photos and 1 behind the scenes photo.

 


 
 

 

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Press: Elizabeth Olsen, a fabulous girl

 

The actress confesses and reveals her professional growth, her love status and how she sees her future.

 

GLAMOUR MEXICO – From a young age, Elizabeth Olsen has been building her career. Her effort and dedication have been well rewarded by now occupying a very high (and well deserved) place in the industry. Talking to her was as if she had been in a conversation with a childhood friend. Seriously, since she answers honestly, she is a calm, genuine person, and at first glance her intelligence and her talent are noticed.

 

She is an actress who can move from drama to comedy, transiting through terror and even landing in the area of ​​superheroes, playing Scarlet Witch in the saga of Marvel’s The Avengers (it is a relief to finally see more heroines in that gender). This year she will star in two interesting stories: Ingrid Goes West, next to Aubrey Plaza, and Windriver, a thriller where she acts with Jeremy Renner, also known as Hawkeye, who is also part of The Avengers, whose next installment will be until 2018, with Infinity War.

 

Elizabeth has been able to shape her path, and her success is envisioned increasingly strong and devastating. While we talk, she confesses that she is very excited about this edition of Glamour. “I’ve never been on a cover in Mexico, so I think it’s great to be with you,” she laughs. Very proud of her achievements and happy for all her projects, this was what the heroine of fiction told us (and in reality).

 

I try to ignore fame, but you can deal with it in a responsible way.

 

GLAMOUR: This year looks good to you; you have two movies on the way: Ingrid Goes West and Windriver, could you tell us about them?

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Press: Elizabeth on the Cover of the Upcoming Hunger Magazine

As soon as I get these pictures, article, and scan for this, I will post it! Elizabeth looks very artsy in this shot.

 

 

 

HUNGER TVHunger 13: Meet the Cover Stars

 

Elizabeth Olsen Cover Credits
Photography Nadia Lee Cohen
Stylist Amelian Kashiro
Make-up Rachel Goodwin
Hair stylist Adir Abergel
Hair Stylist Assistant Alex Henrichs
Manicurist Marisa Carmichael

 

Enter our Mad World with Hunger issue 13. See Dakota Fanning, Elizabeth Olsen and Chadwick Boseman as you’ve never seen them before and interviewed on their careers, life and times.

 

Inside, see how Rankin and Dakota interpreted this issue’s Mad World theme with an exclusive shoot in the Hunger studio, read as Chadwick Boseman describes cinema’s capacity to heal the deep social divides in the USA and see Elizabeth Olsen in a Hitchcock-inspired editorial shot by Hunger regular and master of subversive surrealism Nadia Lee Cohen.

Gallery: Update

Sorry, I got busy and fell behind and missed some events. Plus I added over 50 new HQ production stills from Wind River.

 

  
   
    
    
 
 

 

 

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