12 April 2015
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Now that “Avengers: Age of Ultron” is nearing its release date, Lizzie and her co-stars are featured in tons of magazines. Lots of scans have been added to our gallery, most of them thanks to Claudia, who is the webmaster of Incredibly Downey Jr, and Ann, who is the webmaster of Chris Evans Fan.
Magazine Scans > 2015 > Last Additions
3 April 2015
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It’s said that you haven’t made it as a star until you have a beauty campaign, which is why it’s such a big deal every time a new A-lister signs on to be the face of a brand.
This is the case with celebrity, Eliizabeth Olsen and Kiehl’s as she has been chosen to be the face of this unique brand.
Every Earth Month, Kiehl’s solicits celebrity fans to redesign product packaging for a good cause.
This year, Elizabeth Olsen and Maggie Q remixed the Creamy Eye Treatment With Avocado jar.
One-hundred percent of the net profits for each limited-edition cream will go to Recycle Across America, an organization that creates easy environmental solutions in the US.
The charitable eye creams are double the size of the classic formula and will sell for $47 this April.
1 April 2015
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Lizzie did an interview with Slashfilm.com in which she discusses “Avengers: Age of Ultron”.
Question: Could you talk about your Eastern European accent?
Elizabeth Olsen: Can I talk about it? It’s something we got to create because it’s a make believe place. So it’s something that Aaron [Taylor-Johnson] and I with the dialect coach got to create together.
What’s the name of the fake country?
Elizabeth Olsen: That I can’t talk about. But I got to make it up, so yeah.
How are we introduced to your character?
Elizabeth Olsen: I think you’ve already been introduced. The most beginning you will see is what’s in the end of Cap 2. There’s definitely a connection that is very evident, yeah.
Is that pretty much the costume you have for the whole movie?
Elizabeth Olsen: Well, no. For the film, that world is very specific so it’s almost like hospitalish, and the way that we designed costume and character is based off of these two kids being on their own and using whatever they can to their best ability. Like if they see a street vendor, they just grab something off the street vendor, so it hints to Eastern Europe but it’s also kind of this gypsy, vagabond feel as well.
In some of the original drafts of Godzilla, your character and Aaron’s character were brother and sister. When that switched, had you guys already talked about doing this together?
Elizabeth Olsen: When we were talking about the brother –I think we weren’t part of the brother/sister conversation for Godzilla. They just told us that they weren’t sure if they wanted them to be brother and sister but they’re pretty sure that they want them to be married and they’re pretty sure that they’re gonna give them a kid [Laughs]. That was the information we got and that’s where we basically started and we didn’t know about Avengers until after we finished filming Godzilla, which was kind of funny.