Elizabeth Olsen Dishes "Avengers" & "Godzilla" in Flaunt

Posted Wednesday April 16, 2014 10:28 AM GMT

She's gearing up for the release of "Godzilla" this spring, and during promotions Elizabeth Olsen took time to pose for a spread in Flaunt magazine's latest issue.

After her photo shoot with Hunter & Gatti, the 25-year-old actress discussed keeping "Avengers: Age of Ultron" secrets under wraps and opened up about transitioning from "Godzilla" to the superhero flick.

Check out highlights from Olsen's interview below and for more head over to Flaunt!

On "Avengers":
"Any time they give us a call sheet or any time there’s a new draft, they have to shred our old papers. I don’t think I’m allowed to say anything! And I’m too terrified. I really just feel like I’m doing something that’s top secret and somehow has a lot more importance than anything else I’ve been around, so that alone is hilarious. I want to take a photo and send to my friends, not that I want to tweet or Instagram it, just for personal reasons—and I feel like I’m going to get in trouble if I take a photo on set!”

On "Godzilla":
“Godzilla just looks so, so special and unique, and that’s something that I don’t think monster films have been able to do yet. When it’s a monster, I think people tend to make things a little cartoony. This film puts the world in a fantastical position but handles it seriously.”

On transitioning between the two films:
“Especially with a situation like The Avengers where there’s already an established franchise, you’re the newbies. That’s kind of intimidating. But I feel like I swing back and forth. I’ve been prepping this since January, at least, so I kind of feel like I have some understanding of what’s going on already, which is nice.”

On current films in Hollywood:
“I don’t really feel like there’s a world of the ‘middle-budget’ film at all right now. You’re either making blockbusters and films for the Oscars, or an independent. I don’t really see where people are making anything in between that. Sometimes you’ll get a film studio that’ll invest in a movie that has a beautiful story and director behind it, those are just the hardest ones to get made and for everyone to sign-off on. And those are the ones I’ve been chasing for the last year and a half, and they’re just not happening. You’re just waiting for people to take risks.”

Photo Credit: Hunter & Gatti for Flaunt