“I was intimidated by him because of his dryness and because he doesn’t sugarcoat things,” said Olsen, adding with a laugh, “He’s not overly friendly.” Added to the Marvel cinematic universe in that film as the telekinetic Wanda Maximoff (also known as the Scarlet Witch), Olsen had segued from low-budget indies to one of the biggest tentpoles imaginable.
As she tried to keep up on that daunting first day in Italy, while ushering hundreds of extras into an airship alongside Renner’s Hawkeye, Olsen began to panic.
“It’s sad that it’s so rare, because it’s some of the most fun you’ll have working,” says Olsen.
“I’m sure it could be the worst if you’re paired with someone who’s not a girl’s girl, but working with Aubrey on this was just so great.” In the film from first-time director Matt Spicer, Plaza plays the titular Ingrid, who moves to Venice, California, to befriend social-media “influencer” Taylor Sloane (Olsen), the object of her Instagram obsession.
While he’s worked closely with stars like Tom Cruise in the star Jes Macallan, before they split in 2010.