Elizabeth Olsen slips into a plunging yellow gown before changing into a semi-sheer red dress as she graces the cover of Harper’s Bazaar UK
Elizabeth Olsen looked sensational as she slipped into an array stunning evening dresses to grace the cover of Harper’s Bazaar UK digital edition on Thursday.
The actress, 33, who stars as Wanda Maximoff in the Marvel Universe, slipped into a plunging yellow dress with a corseted top and chiffon sleeves.
She later changed into a striking scarlet semi-sheer lace gown complete with statement silk sleeves that tumbled to the ground.
Elizabeth Olsen, 33, slipped into a plunging yellow gown before changing into a semi-sheer red dress as she graced the cover of Harper’s Bazaar UK digital edition
Posing against the lavish backdrops, she enjoyed afternoon tea in a quintessentially English set up before touring other luxurious rooms.
Finally, for the cover itself Elizabeth wowed in a gold sequinned dress that fanned into a dramatic faux fur train with a matching shawl.
Her cropped blonde locks were styled in tousled waves that she tucked neatly behind her ears for her elegant looks.
Her cropped blonde locks were styled in tousled waves that she tucked neatly behind her ears for her elegant looks
In an interview with the publication, she detailed working with Benedict Cumberbatch, growing up with famous older sisters and her attraction to playing complex characters.
As she gears up for the release of the second installment of Doctor Strange, she said of Benedict: ‘He’s one of the greatest actors around right now and I wanted to see his process. I hope to work with him in a non-Marvel way as well, because I would really like to have another, more heady experience with him.’
Elizabeth, who plays the Scarlet Witch or Wanda, who straddles the line between good and evil explained: ‘It was so fun for me because all these years I’ve been playing a character who is struggling; now, she has clarity for the first time – she knows exactly what she wants, and she doesn’t want to apologise for it.
Finally, for the cover itself Elizabeth wowed in a gold sequinned dress that fanned into a dramatic faux fur train with a matching shaw
She continued: ‘I think there’s a womanliness that comes with that: a strength in feeling completely entitled.
‘I love playing characters whose actions people disagree with. In a world where we don’t really care to understand other points of view, if we as an audience can have empathy for people we don’t agree with, that’s a good thing.’
The actress, who didn’t begin her career until adulthood added: ‘I always knew that it was what I wanted to do, I just had a lot of insecurities about wanting to do it.’
Elizabeth, who plays Marvel’s Wanda explained: ‘It was so fun for me because all these years I’ve been playing a character who is struggling; now, she has clarity’
The actress added: I’ve always felt that presence [with her sisters’ Mary-Kate and Ashley’s success], which made me work harder’ (Elizabeth, center, with Mary-Kate and Ashley)
Elizabeth explained: ‘I’ve always felt that presence [with her sisters’ Mary-Kate and Ashley’s success], which made me work harder, and maybe have a chip on my shoulder to be over-prepared and disciplined, so I could feel like I’m really earning it.
‘It’s an amazing feeling, being the younger sibling to twins. If I was spoiled by one, the other one wanted to match it. I loved it.’
Elizabeth concluded: ‘I think it’s empowering to understand your taste and what inspires you. That was something that took me so long to get to. It’s really hard to find that confidence, but I’m happy I eventually found it.’
She looked sensational as she joined her co-star Benedict at a photocall for Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness in Berlin last month.
Elizabeth looked sensational as she joined her co-star Benedict Cumberbatch at a photocall for Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness in Berlin
The actors play the leading roles of Dr Stephen Strange and Wanda Maximoff in the Marvel film, which serves as a sequel to 2016’s Doctor Strange.
Elizabeth effortlessly turned heads in a light blue metallic top which she wore with a plunging vest top with a sequinned detail.
The movie is about the further adventures of Dr Stephen Strange and his research on the Time Stone. He also is amazed by the chaos that is caused by the Multiverse as he faces off with Dark Strange.
This fall the film underwent six weeks of reshoots, with cast and crew working for six days a week in Los Angeles.
One source, played down the reshoots, telling The Hollywood Reporter: ‘Even while in the middle of production, Marvel is scheduling you for more shooting.’
Another added: ‘We’ve had bigger reshoots on other MCU movies.’ However, some insiders believe the scale of the reshoots is significant, explaining: ‘They’re here until the end of the year. That’s like a whole other movie.’