Elizabeth Olsen stopped photographer’s negative comment on sisters Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen
Elizabeth Olsen’s star is shining very bright right now. She was even nominated for her first Golden Globe for “Best Performance” after performing in a limited series. WandaVision.
The 32-year-old takes over from sisters Mary-Kate and Ashley on the big screen, who enjoyed early television success as child stars but then rose to fashion with luxury label The Row.
However, with her fame increased, the younger sister Olsen has faced an increasing number of media storms and the social media comments that accompany gossip.
Recently, a video clip, uploaded to Twitter by @itsjustanotherx, showing Olsen defending twins Mary-Kate and Ashley went viral.
In the footage, a photographer can be heard asking Olsen, “How come you are so much nicer than your sisters?”, Leading him to respond, “Because you’ve bothered them all their lives.”
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The Twitter post was accompanied by a caption that read, “Elizabeth Olsen knows how to erase ab ****.”
Since its publication yesterday, it has received over 70,000 likes and 10,000 retweets.
Olsen has long recognized the downsides to fame that his sisters have experienced in the past.
Talk to Nylon in 2011 about how the media was’ abusive ‘towards her sisters, she said,’ I thought I really didn’t want to be in the industry. “
Speaking of Mary-Kate, who signed up for drug rehab while suffering from an eating disorder in 2004, Olsen added, “They turned 18 and what was going on in her life. – I’m talking about Mary-Kate – was all over the news. They would follow us shopping and [Mary-Kate and Ashley] I almost would have had car accidents from the paparazzi, and I didn’t want to be one of them. I just thought, it’s such ** t bulls. ‘
Olsen, whose decisive role was in a mysterious thriller Martha Marcy May Marlene in 2011, has already confided in following in the footsteps of her sisters.
Remembering his comedy adventure during an interview with Charm in April of last year, Olsen, who plays Wanda Maximoff in the Avengers franchise, admitted to thinking, “I don’t want to be associated with [Mary-Kate and Ashley], for some reason. ‘
She then explained her feelings in more detail: “I guess I understood what nepotism inherently looked like when I was 10 years old.
“I don’t know if I knew the word, but there’s a kind of association with not winning something that I think bothered me at a very young age.
“It had to do with my own insecurities, but I was 10. So I don’t know how much I treated, but I was like, ‘I’ll be Elizabeth Chase when I’m an actress. “‘
Likewise, when you talk to Grazia, the Marvel star said, “I’ve always wanted to do it on my own.”
She showed, however, that she was not against the idea of asking her sisters for help with her career, as she made clear in her Nylon interview over a decade ago. “I went through a phase when I first entered college where I thought if I didn’t get a manager or an agent, I would ask the girls [Mary-Kate and Ashley] to help me.
“I was okay with the idea, but never needed it,” she told the publication.
Referring to the advice she received from Mary-Kate and Ashley, she also said during an episode of Off camera with Sam Jones: ‘Something my sisters always say, which may have come from my father at one point … is that’ No ‘is a full sentence.’
“I really liked it, especially as a woman. You can just say “No”. And I really like it in all aspects of life.
And she even shared this advice with Spider Man star Tom Holland, who recently praised the actor.
In January of last year, Olsen even spoke enthusiastically about Mary-Kate and Ashley’s fashion sense on SiriusXM. Jess Cagle’s show, saying: Everything my sisters have worn in my entire life, I have always wanted to wear as an adult today. I want their coats. I want their shoes. I want their dresses. And this is something that I never grew up on.
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