Elizabeth Olsen Talks ‘Captain America: Civil War’; Calls Watching Co-Stars A ‘Master Class’

While speaking with Comic Book Resources recently, Elizabeth Olsen spoke a bit about next year’s Captain America: Civil War. When the site asked what appealed to the actress, who will reprise the role of Wanda Maximoff in the highly-anticipated film, about these bigger budget projects, Olsen replied with high praise for both her co-stars and the film’s crew.

It’s movie magic! You step on set, and you get to work with the best of the best. These people go and they end up working on something smaller in between a lot of times. You get to work with the best DPs, you get to work with the best camera operators. You get to work with the best stunt people. You get to work with the best costume designers. It’s just cool because you’re around so much talent.

It’s also a whole other learning experience of how to perform in those kinds of films, because it is different. Many people say that it’s the same preparation, it’s the same character development, it’s the same that kind of work, but on set, it’s just different. It’s just larger, it’s not intimate, it’s just different.

The actress then added that to “watch [Robert] Downey and [Chris] Hemsworth and Scarlett [Johansson] and [Chris] Evans and [Mark] Ruffalo and watch how they deal with that and kind of absorb that information, I feel like I get a little master class every day.” Let us know your thoughts on Olsen’s comments in the section below.

Source: CBR

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