Elizabeth Olsen models black sunglasses that match her chic outfit as she looks at her cell phone while walking in Los Angeles
Elizabeth Olsen kept her look chic but low key as she stepped out in Los Angeles Thursday.
The actress, 34, who has been nicknamed the ‘internet’s mother’, strolled along wearing a pair of loose fitting black pants and a black and white top.
She covered up in an oversized dark blue zip jacket with the sleeves pushed up as she glanced at her mobile phone.
The Kodachrome star stepped out in black hiking sandals and carried a small crossover bag.
The Wind River actress appeared makeup free and styled her long, blonde hair in a loose bun atop her head.
She completed the look with a pair of black framed sunglasses with dark lenses.
Elizabeth, who first began inhabiting the character Wanda Maximoff in Avengers: The Age of Ultron in 2015, and continued to portray the Scarlet Witch through the WandaVision series and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has some advice for any fellow actors who want to join the Marvelverse.
‘Just give them one.’
She explained what she meant by that to Josh Horowitz on the Happy Sad Confused podcast.
‘I think that way you have more control over… If you, let’s say, “Oh my God, this is the most fun I’ve ever had and I love this character so much, I want to do it again,” you now have more creative control for the next one, she explained.
Elizabeth’s most recent project, Love and Death, just dropped its final episode on HBO Max.
She starred as Candy Montgomery in the true crime drama about a woman accused of the 1980 killing her lover’s wife in Texas.
The versatile actress, who is afraid of roller coasters, bravely boarded one for a scene in the film, according to a Buzzfeed interview with director Lesli Linka Glatter.
‘I was like, “Are you okay with this?” And she goes, “Well, you know, I’m really scared of them, but I think I can do it once,”‘ the director explained.
‘She saw the roller coaster and she was like, “I just don’t know that I can do this. I don’t know that I can do this.” And finally, after a lot of calming herself down, she decided she could do it.’
Elizabeth got through the ride and luckily, Lesli got what she needed in the first take.
A stunt double was later used to film some other angles.
‘She’s a fearless actor. But the roller coaster, that was a deep embedded fear.’ Lesli contended.