Director Taylor Sheridan and stars Elizabeth Olsen and Jeremy Renner discuss their buzzworthy thriller set on a Native American reservation.
Elizabeth Olsen and Jeremy Renner came by Vulture’s Sundance Spot in Park City, Utah, to discuss their new film Wind River. When we asked them how shooting a film like that differed from the experience of shooting an Avengers movie, Olsen told us about her first day on set of Age of Ultron and how Jeremy Renner gave her a hand.
Aubrey Plaza, O’Shea Jackson Jr., Elizabeth Olsen, Billy Magnussen, Matt Spicer, and Pom Klementieff of ‘Ingrid Goes West’ on its dark humor and social media glamour.
Sundance Film Festival kicked off yesterday and Elizabeth made her appearance at the festival to promote Ingrid Goes West, a comedy also starring Aubrey Plaza. We have added to the gallery photos from yesterday, and you can also watch some interviews bellow (and under the cut). What do we have for today? Elizabeth is set to promote Ingrid Goes West once more, and we also have the premiere of Wind River! Very busy day ahead!
Elizabeth Olsen, who plays the Scarlet Witch in Captain America: Civil War, gives us an education on how the villain eventually became a hero.
We’re at the worst table in Brooklyn—or at least, the worst table at a small Moroccan restaurant in Williamsburg. A few feet over and we’d be in the kitchen. We’re breaking the ice by debating whether scotch has to actually come from Scotland. And if my dinner date notices our proximity to the fluorescent lighting of the prep stations (or if she cares), she’s not letting on. It’s my first indication that Elizabeth Olsen is chill—or to use one of her favorite words, fucking chill. (More on that in a minute.)
Olsen isn’t exactly new to fame. The 27-year-old has starred in big-budget productions, like Avengers: Age of Ultron and Godzilla. And now she’s reprising her Avengers role as the mind- reading superhero Scarlet Witch in Captain America: Civil War. But for the moment, Olsen has managed to hold on to an impressive amount of privacy and relative anonymity.
When you think of Elizabeth Olsen, you think…she’s got the best loose waves in Hollywood? She was awesome in Martha Marcy May Marlene? She’s the Olsen who’s not a twin? Don’t worry, she’s hardly offended. “You know you’re going to be compared [with them] for the rest of your life,” she says. “You grow up and get over it, and you love your family regardless.”