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Hattie Harmony: Worry Detective

Award-winning actress Elizabeth Olsen and esteemed musician Robbie Arnett have created a fresh approach to wellness in a new series that shows children ways to manage anxiety. Meet Hattie Harmony, Worry Detective.

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Elizabeth Olsen for Variety  

As a follow-up to the last post on Elizabeth’s attendance at Variety’s Power of Women, the publication has released recently a special issue centered on the creative leaders honored at the event. A long time coming (we know) but we bring you outtakes released by the publication, as well as magazine scans from the issue! You’ll also be able to find in this post a video of Elizabeth speaking about “WandaVisions” and “The Avengers”, and how she believes teaching everyone about gardening could make the world a better place.


When audiences last saw Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff in Disney’s May box office juggernaut “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” it certainly looked like Olsen’s time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe was over. Definitively, actually: An entire castle collapsed on Wanda, a building brought down by her own powerful magic after she sacrificed herself to destroy the Darkhold — the evil book that had corrupted her, turning her into a nearly unbeatable villain for most of the movie.

For Olsen, 33, who burst into the movie world with 2011’s Sundance Film Festival sensation “Martha Marcy May Marlene” — and saw her profile skyrocket as Wanda (aka the Scarlet Witch) in six Marvel movies, starting with a mid-credits cameo in 2014’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” and later the hit 2021 Disney+ TV series “WandaVision” — the character’s heel-turn into darkness took some adjustment. “Well, this is quite a leap from the woman that I’ve been playing!” she remembers thinking after learning she was to go malevolent in the Sam Raimi-directed sequel to “Doctor Strange.”

But she got into it. “At least in my experience, it’s been hard as a woman to express rage,” Olsen says. “It’s one of the most amazing feelings, because it’s so specific: You can know exactly why you’re angry.”

Over a long lunch on an unbearably hot September day near her home in Los Angeles, Olsen — who radiates tranquility — doesn’t disclose what makes her feel rage. “Oh, those are fun secrets to keep,” she says with a smile. “But I do have rage. I feel like the moment you, as an actor, reveal things about yourself that are kind of your ‘fuel,’ for lack of a better word, then your fuel’s exposed and it means less.”

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Variety’s Power of Women  

Hello Elizabeth fans, i hope you’re all doing well! Elizabeth’s attended Variety’s Power of Woman just about two weeks ago (September 28), during which she was one of the creative leaders honored. Our gallery has been updated with photos from the event, and you’ll also be able to find below her speech (plus a video from the red carpet)!


Elizabeth Olsen and Robbie Arnett on The Jess Cagle Show  

As part of their press tour for “Hattie Harmony: Worry Detective”, Elizabeth and Robbie Arnett were on The Jess Cagle Show to discuss the book and give us a few details of their wedding (that happened during the pandemic). You can listen to the full podcast episode (thank you to elizabeth olsen love) and watch the video clips released from it below!

Elizabeth on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon  

Elizabeth was last night on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to promote “Hattie Harmony: Worry Detective” and during her appearance, she got to play a game of charades with Stranger Things star Gaten Matarazzo (who else would love to see Elizabeth on the Netflix show?!) and speak about her uncertain future as Wanda Maximoff in Marvel Cinematic Universe. Our gallery had been updated with photos, and you’ll be able to watch the videos below.


(Video) Elizabeth Olsen and Robbie Arnett on Good Morning America  

Elizabeth Olsen and Robbie Arnett are in full force promoting their children’s book “Hattie Harmony: Worry Detective,” which is geared toward helping kids process nerves and anxiety. We’ve got a couple of videos from the interviews they gave out on ABC studio, including of them reading the book and Elizabeth doing a Ask Me Anything segment.

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(Photos) Cannes Lions Festival  

Elizabeth attended the Cannes Lions Festival earlier this week, making her first appearance at Spotify’s Intimate Evening Of Music & Culture on Monday. The following day, she participated in one of the festival’s Lumiere Sessions called “Question Everything”. During the panel, Elizabeth spoke about her recent work, how she questions every role she takes, and becoming a better actor. Photos from the festival have been added to our gallery!


(Photos) Elizabeth for S/magazine Summer Issue  

Elizabeth is on the Summer issue of S/magazine, looking extremely gorgeous and showing off (once again) her bob cut. With the interview finally being released, I’m happy to say that outtakes have been added to our gallery! You’ll also be able to read the article below.


Authenticity, the unpretentious (even if conscious) ability to present an unvarnished image and likeness of oneself to the world, is one of the most appealing qualities of social media.

Especially for celebrities whose command over their public image has been greatly usurped by tabloid journalism and incessant paparazzi, social media may present an advantageous opportunity to win back a sense of ownership over their narratives while also expressing their individual truths. At the same time, however, these public displays of a more candid nature can become a perfect means of commodification, their naturalism a salable asset in a market that favours honest interactions.

Elizabeth Olsen, speaking over Zoom from Los Angeles, confirms that her short stint on Instagram was, by most measures, a business endeavour. “I’m not going to be coy about it: you try social media as an actor because there’s a financial gain—that’s why we are on these platforms,” she admits with tongue firmly planted in cheek. “I don’t feel comfortable selling things but thought I might as well give it a go. It didn’t make me feel great, even if it was something I believed in. I don’t think of myself as a salesperson or a personality, so it didn’t really suit me.” Where most Hollywood celebrities are steadfast in crafting an identity that juggles candor and commerce for the world to witness, it is refreshing to see an individual with such well-established cultural cachet recognize that this balancing act is more tedious than edifying.

But before quitting Instagram altogether, the actor admits, she may have discovered the raison d’être for her online presence. “I think I found my niche during the pandemic, at the beginning, before I deleted it, which was my gardening videos,” she reveals. “I was like, if I were to present myself as anything, it would be the wacky lady that I am, who just shows people things that they don’t care about at all!”

Olsen’s ascent in Hollywood was a gradual process that drew on her educational discipline. Besides attending New York University’s famed Tisch School of the Arts, which counts Academy Award winners Chloé Zhao and Lady Gaga as alumnae, Olsen also spent a semester training at the Moscow Art Theatre School, where she honed her craft as an expressive storyteller. From there, the actor scored her first role in the indie film Martha Marcy May Marlene, a complex thriller that paints a harrowing portrait of a young woman’s psychological disillusionment after escaping a cult.
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(Video) Elizabeth Olsen Takes a Lie Detector Test  

I must admit – i’ve been wanting Elizabeth to do a lie detector test ever since i watched Hilary Duff’s, and Vanity Fair has heard my prayers! The publication released earlier today a 16-minute-long video of Elizabeth taking the lie detector test and it’s definitely a must-watch. We get to hear the honest truth about the following questions, in the video below: Has she ever used the phrase “You got it, dude” with her twin sisters, Mary-Kate and Ashley? Was it really Agatha all along? Is Chris Evans her favorite Chris?

Elizabeth Olsen on Wanda Maximoff, method acting & social media  

In the most recent interview released by Bustle, Elizabeth opened up about Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, her character Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch, method acting, and who her alternate selves would be. You can read the full interview below.

It seems like everyone on the internet is debating the merits of Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness — if it was “good,” if director Sam Raimi broke free of Marvel’s gilded cage, if everyone should stop worrying and love the super-powered cinematic universe. Everyone, that is, except Elizabeth Olsen.

The 33-year-old actor, who stars as Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch in the new movie, is not on Instagram, or Twitter, or anything else for that matter. And she swears she’s not lurking, either: “My friends now know just to text me adorable photos of their children,” Olsen tells me. Like her older sisters, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, she’s found she’s simply better off without digital detritus collecting in her brain. She craves real dialogue, she says, and didn’t find it with the take- and counter-take-having hordes.

Quite frankly, she isn’t finding it with me, either. To explain her dissatisfaction with online discourse, she points to the artificiality of our one-sided script — that of the celebrity interview, brokered by publicists to advertise a project. “I feel weird in this situation where I’m answering questions, and for me to ask you a question would take time out of your interview spot, when I would like to ask you about the loft space that it looks like you’re in, the plants that you have in the back,” Olsen says, referencing elements of my Zoom background. “I would just be more… But I can’t take up that time, because that’s not the point of this agreement,” she adds. In the Zoom chat, a message to me from the PR person: We are indeed running low on time.

Surely, somewhere, she’s getting the conversational stimulation she seeks — perhaps with her husband, the musician Robbie Arnett, whom she’s been particularly tight-lipped about. (Their marriage was only made public after Olsen referred to Arnett as her “husband” in a 2021 interview.) But us, the general public, the fans, the media? She knows better than to look for it here, but she’ll still happily hold up her end of the bargain, even if I don’t have time to tell her about my monstera.

Below, Olsen discusses who she might have been in an alternate universe, and why she definitely isn’t a method actor.
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(Photos) How Elizabeth Olsen Came Into Her Powers  

Elizabeth recently spoke with The New York Times about Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, her acting career, and her thoughts on a Wanda Maximoff solo movie. Our gallery’s been updated with outtakes from the photoshoot she did with the publication, and you can find the interview below.


Elizabeth Olsen is used to waiting in the wings. When she was an acting student at New York University, she landed an understudy role in the Broadway play “Impressionism,” starring Jeremy Irons. The show ran for 56 performances. Olsen didn’t take the stage a single time.

That sort of lost opportunity could mess with an actress’s mind, but Olsen was never in any hurry to seize the spotlight. Years later, when she was cast as the reality-bending witch Wanda Maximoff in “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” her character was more of an ancillary Avenger than the main event, and in three subsequent Marvel films — each with a more overstuffed ensemble of superheroes than the last — Olsen never rose higher than 10th billing.

But a funny thing happened after biding all of that time: “WandaVision,” a sitcom spoof about Wanda and her android husband, became an unexpected phenomenon when it made its debut early last year on Disney+. This month, “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” which counts Olsen as its co-lead and pits her troubled witch against Benedict Cumberbatch’s goateed sorcerer, has proved even more major. The movie collected $185 million in its first three days of release, ranking 11th among the biggest domestic opening weekends of all time.

For Olsen, who initially made her mark in independent films, this is the equivalent of turning a comic-book page to find yourself the subject of a massive splash panel. During a video call last week, I asked how it felt to come to the fore as a blockbuster leading lady.

“I’m totally mortified!” she said. “I won’t watch it.”

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