The 33-year-old actress was spotted in Tribeca on her way to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday, where she was promoting her new children’s book, Hattie Harmony: Worry Detective, which debuted on Tuesday.
Elizabeth Olsen stepped out in a unique printed dress while hitting the Big Apple on Wednesday afternoon.
She is also coming off the Marvel Studios blockbuster Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness, though she revealed on Wednesday’s episode of The Tonight Show that she’s not sure if she will return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Olsen was wearing a unique white dress that appeared to have various animals like tigers printed on it.
The long-sleeved dress with a small slit down the chest fell just above her knees as she was spotted heading to The Tonight Show.
During her appearance on the Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon mentioned that Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness earned $950 million worldwide.
"It’s a weird number that I can’t really, I don’t know what to equate it to," Olsen said, while admitting that she still hasn’t seen the movie yet.
When asked if she would return as Wanda Maximoff, a.k.a. Scarlet Witch, Olsen said simply, "I don’t know."
I hope so. They don’t tell me anything about my fate. I should come back, but really, I don’t know, "Olsen added.
I want fans to be like so aggressive and terrify them into doing it or something. Actually, that’s not a good way to do anything. I take that back, "Olsen said."
She also starred in the MCU series WandaVision on Disney Plus, though there are no plans to bring that back for another season.
She also spoke about the children’s book she wrote with her husband, Robbie Arnett, during the pandemic, Hattie Harmony: Worry Detective.
'We were already wanting to write children’s books pre-pandemic. And it made sense to write one about children’s mental wellness, or really just dealing with worries and anxieties for kids and teaching them emotional language for the first time.
So, it’s “Hattie Harmony: Worry Detective,” and she is a cat who goes to a school called Wildwood Elementary. And she helps her friends identify their worries and then she gives them tools on how to deal with them,’