Elizabeth Olsen, star of Marvel’s “WandaVision” and the upcoming feature “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” has expressed her confusion regarding the Google search results for her name.
During an interview with BBC Radio 1, Olsen expressed astonishment and amusement at the search engine’s inclination to emphasize the results of her older sisters, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.
Olsen stated, “I find it quite amusing that people are so curious about their relationship with me. It is amusing…They wouldn’t care if I didn’t share the same last name.”
Despite the search engine’s algorithms, Olsen has become a popular personality in her own right, particularly for her role as the title character in “WandaVision,” which has gained widespread acclaim and a large fan base.
The actress has already discussed the difficulties of being compared to her renowned siblings, but she is motivated to carve her own path in the entertainment industry.
“I believe I’ve always desired to do it on my own,” she added. “And I feel as though I am doing it my way, so it feels good.”
Olsen takes her Google search results in stride, suggesting that perhaps she needs to “start doing fashion shows with my sisters or something.”