Elizabeth Olsen Talks OLDBOY, Steak and ‘Noo Noos,’ the Sex Scene, AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON, and More

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Elizabeth Olsen has maintained a steady stream of work since her indie hit, Martha Marcy May Marlene, but with films like Godzilla and The Avengers: Age of Ultron on the way, Olsen is going to hit a whole new level and she’s about to begin that progression up with the highly anticipated remake of Oldboy.  Olsen steps in as Marie Sebastian, a volunteer nurse who comes face to face with Josh Brolin’s Joe Doucett shortly after wrapping up his 20-year stint in solitary confinement.  Even though Joe is understandably rattled and rather off-putting, he strikes a cord with Marie and she agrees to help him assimilate.  The thing is, in order to do that, she’ll have to dive into the vicious mystery that’s been plaguing him for the past 20 years of his life.

While in New York City ahead of Oldboy’s November 27th release, Collider got the chance to sit down with Olsen, pinpoint her optimal solitary confinement meal, talk about her preference for Mikey over Brand Walsh in The Goonies, and, of course, discuss the sex scene.  Hit the jump to catch all of that, her restrained but enthusiastic thoughts on playing Scarlet Witch in The Avengers: Age of Ultron, and more.

Elizabeth Olsen:

  • Her meal of choice should she find herself in Joe Doucett’s situation.
  • The sex scene.
  • On working with Josh Brolin.
  • The intensity of Joe Doucett.
  • On playing Scarlet Witch in The Avengers: Age of Ultron.


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  • Jan

    Will watch this because I’m a big fan of Elizabeth Olsen; especially without clothes.

  • rukia

    Best Scarlet Witch of all time!

  • GrimReaper07

    Just two days until release and not a single review for this film. That usually doesn’t bode well.

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  • googergieger

    I don’t think you know what highly anticipated means.

  • James

    This is the Olsen sister I’m crazy about. I love how she’s not ashamed to use her last name but at the same time isn’t riding it to fame. She’s making a name for herself using her own incredible talent. I’m a fan!

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