AceShowbiz - Elizabeth Olsen may have needed her superpowers to pass a lie detector test. The "WandaVision" star is accused of lying when praising her old high school pal Danielle Haim's acting skills.
When taking a polygraph test with Vanity Fair, the 33-year-old Wanda Maximoff depicter was asked if she thinks she's a "better actor" than Danielle. Responding to the question, she said, "Yeah," with a big laugh before adding, "Sorry, Danielle. I hope she'd agree."
Lizzie was then asked about Danielle's performance in the Paul Thomas Anderson film "Licorice Pizza", in which Danielle made a cameo alongside her sisters Este Haim and Alana Haim. "I loved the film, and I thought she was great in it. But she didn't have to do much," said Lizzie. Her response later triggered the lie detector.
A man, who operated the polygraph, quickly said, "Lying," noting that Lizzie might be lying about liking the film or about Danielle's acting. The "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" actress then said, "Oh yeah, she was fine. F**k, man. Sorry, Danielle. You did great," before confessing, "I don't know what's happening. It's so uncomfortable right now."
Elsewhere in the test, Lizzie reminisced about her high school days with Danielle, whom she once said intimidated her. "I think I still am intimidated by that person," the Golden Globe nominee said. "I think Danielle's up there. She's a very talented person and has a very cool vibe. I think if I wanted to be a rockstar one day, I would want to grow up to be like her."
Later in the test, Lizzie revealed where her friendship with Chris Evans stands, sharing that the two used to be very close. "We lived very close to each other, and during that time we'd hang out a lot," she shared, "I still like him, but I don't, like, hang out with him anymore."
The interviewer then asked Lizzie if she stopped hanging out with her "Avengers: Endgame" co-star because he tap dances. In response, she stated, "No, that's one of the things I like about him," adding that she's "seen him tap dance" because he does it while on set.
When asked if the Captain America depicter or Chris Pratt was her "favorite Chris," Lizzie responded that her feelings were "inconclusive" because "they've all got different things to offer." She pointed out, "They're all, you know, nice people to be around."