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Kathryn Hahn introduced Elizabeth Olsen at Variety's #PowerofWomen dinner: “She was so patient with all of my questions. Who is Ultron? What is that glove with all the gems on it?”
“When it was just the two of us working on the finale, our base camp had two cars...She was very patient as it took me like a solid 40 minutes to ‘10-1’…which in the movie business, is to urinate. I had a lot of costume on, and a very small bladder.”
Hahn also told stories about the gifts that she and Olsen exchanged during the early days of the pandemic: a store-bought loaf of bread from Hahn, and from Olsen, worms for composting and a “perfectly strange and hilarious” recording of an original song.
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Malala is at a new juncture in her life. Living in London, away from her parents for the first time, the youngest Nobel laureate in history heads her own film and TV production company, Extracurricular. Image
Malala on trying to expand her activism through her production company: "I’ve realized that we shouldn’t limit activism to the work of NGOs only: There’s also the element of changing people’s minds and perspectives — and that requires a bit more work.” Image
“You’re often told in Hollywood...that if one show about a person of color is made, then that’s it — you don’t need to make another one. That needs to change.” Image
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With her role as Wanda Maximoff (ostensibly) on pause, Elizabeth Olsen is set to star in upcoming HBO Max limited series “Love & Death,” which even now has Emmy buzz for 2023. Image
In “Love & Death,” Elizabeth Olsen plays Candy Montgomery, a Texas homemaker who, in 1980, killed her friend Betty Gore. Eventually, Montgomery was found not guilty, despite the fact she had struck Gore 41 times with an ax. Image
“Love & Death” director Lesli Linka Glatter on Elizabeth Olsen’s work in the series: “She is substantial. She always has been. She has done the work — on herself, on her craft.” Image
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Several of Variety's most recent cover stars and #ActorsOnActors participants snagged #EmmyNoms today. 🧵
Rhea Seehorn snagged a nomination for Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for #BetterCallSaul.

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Lizzo's #WatchOutfortheBigGrrrls scored six nominations, including Outstanding Competition Program.

Read our cover story with Lizzo:
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