Elizabeth Olsen steps out with a friend in Los Angeles… amid rumors the actress could be joining season two of House Of The Dragon
Elizabeth Olsen looked chic as she stepped out to grab a treat and run errands with a friend on Thursday.
The 33-year-old Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness star wore a white button-up blouse, black pleated trousers, and black sandals in the summer heat.
The sighting comes amid rumors that the actress could be starring in season two of House Of The Dragon.
Classy chic: Elizabeth Olsen looked chic as she stepped out to grab a treat
It was leaked on Twitter by Daniel RPK this week that Olsen may be cast alongside Henry Cavill for season two of House Of Dragon. So far there has been no comment from her camp.
Based on Martin’s Fire & Blood, the House Of The Dragon is the second show in the franchise created by George Martin and Ryan Condal for HBO.
The series is set 200 years before the events of Game of Thrones and tells the story of House Targaryen.
The first episode pulled in an astounding 10 million households, making it the biggest premiere in HBO’s history.
Rumors goin round: Elizabeth Olsen spotted out with a friend in Los Angeles amid rumors that she could be one of the stars joining Season 2 of ‘House of the Dragon’
Beat the LA heat: She was seen makeup free on her summer outing enjoying herself
Along with her recent work on WandaVision and Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness, the actress has been cast to star in the upcoming limited HBO series Love And Death.
The show will take place in 1980 Texas and follows Candy Montgomery, played by Elizabeth, who allegedly murdered her neighbor, Betty Gore, according to Deadline.
Although the talented beauty has starred in several films, Elizabeth has chosen to get rid of her social media accounts.
During an interview amid a segment for Good Morning America, the star opened up about her decision.
‘I feel like I had a good mental health relationship with Instagram,’ she stated, adding that it ‘didn’t give me a lot of joy in my life.’
She also explained that deleting her social media has ‘made me really intentional with what I consume from what I’m reading or the internet.’