“Buffy was so long ago, I don’t know. That was a tiny, little show on a small network that ended up having this huge life. It started to build when it was on, but there was no huge support system or fanfare or built-in audience with it,” the actress told Heroic Hollywood. “So it’s not even in the same ballpark as entering in the Marvel Universe. It’s a whole other world.”
“At this stage, as times have changed, as we are changing the landscape and experiencing people of colour in a wide variety of situations… and not just people of colour, but of LGBTQ ad women and all of that… now I get to be this beautifully, fully fleshed-out human being in this show,” she continues. “I do get to be a wife, I do get to be a mother and a bada** all at the same time.”
“She [said], ‘You’ve got this icy prettiness, and you’re really funny, and then if someone’s awful to you or awful to someone you love, you’re so mean […] just want that icy mean.’ I [said] ‘Thank you? Thank you, Jac,'” Caulfield recalls for Looper with a smile.
“Oh, yeah,” she laughs. “You can’t tell with the roles I take? Its like, is there a fight? Okay, I’ll take it. Seriously, though, that’s the really fun part of it. I get to be a kid and I get to learn new talents. Plus it’s all a good workout.”
Elizabeth Olsen recently appeared on Vanity Fair’s Still Watching: WandaVision Podcast. Still Watching: WandaVison is a weekly podcast focussing on each episode of the show…
Collider Ladies Night Interview: Elizabeth Olsen Discusses Her Career from Musical Theatre Camp to WandaVision
When I reached junior high I felt very stupid for wanting to be an actor because I was a good student and I grew up in LA and I felt like it was lame to have that want because I felt like people moved to LA and everyone wanted to be an actor, and I just didn’t like that idea. And you’re in junior high and you’re trying to figure your sh*t out [laughs], and how to be an individual.
Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany recently appeared on Jakes Takes to discuss WandaVision which premieres on Disney+, 15th January 2021. Watch the video below:
WandaVision, instead of just being superheores, is about the family nucleus and our want and need to protect our children and create a safe space for them. I think that’s important right now. Within this self-isolating that we have to do to stay safe, there’s a constant fear and we have to figure out a way through it.
“I’d come back from shooting a pilot that will never see the light of day, and I kind of went into that place that we all did. ‘Will I ever work again? What’s that going to look like?'” Torres, 51, exclusively told Us Weekly, noting that it was when “everything was shutting down” due to the pandemic. “Then I got a call that Tim wanted to talk – and it was the best phone call of the year.”
“Daddy, why are there wood boards over all the store windows?” my eight-year-old daughter Evan asked as our family walked our dog along Venice Boulevard. Two-and-a-half months into the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown, the streets were quiet, as a curfew was in place. Stores all over Los Angeles were being boarded up after looting had followed a peaceful Black Lives Matter protest in nearby Santa Monica the day before.