Elizabeth Olsen Declared as ‘Hollywood Rising Star’ At Deauville Film Festival
Hollywood industry is not an easy play for everyone, many people will come, struggle and go leaving very few behind and if we talk about acknowledgment for work then again it is not a simple task to leave an impact on everyone. But Elizabeth Olsen, one of the faces of “Avengers: Age of Ultron” by getting “Hollywood Rising Star Award” at the Deauville Film Festival on September 9 has proved that hard work and talent will surely be praised in the industry at right time.
Yes, the beautiful actress who made her debut in the industry just four years back has successfully established herself as the famous face among the big names, all with her hard work and talent. We can judge the inherent talent of the actress by looking at the credits she collected in a short span of time, those are not easily achievable.
The actress received the award from Cannes 2015’s best actor winner Vincent Lindon and revealed about her fear of speaking in public and of walking wearing high heels. She also talks about from where she got inspired and named actress Diane Keaton who won Academy Award for Best Actress for her 1977 movie “Annie Hall.”
“[Keaton could] be so honest that humor and fear joy and vulnerability and intelligence and naïveté could coexist. Today my goal is to play and create those kinds of women, women that actresses like Diane Keaton have inspired me to play. Women that do not conform to a type or a box, complex women, I really love my job a lot and I can only hope I get to continue to be a part of this world for many many more years,” the Godzilla actress said.
The upcoming movies of Olsen include “I Saw the Light” by director Marc Abraham and “Captain America: Civil War” by Anthony and Joe Russo.
We will take this opportunity to congratulate the actress for the honor and wish her all the best for her upcoming career.
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