Elizabeth Olsen doesn't have any "desire" to be famous.
The 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' star insists she never signed up to be an actress for the fame or the money and admits it felt like such a "cliché" when she shared her dreams of entering the film industry.
She said: "I wanted to be an actress, but felt it was such a cliché. I thought if I could make it more of a pretentious theatre experience, I could justify it. But celebrity and fame are so odd to me, I just don't have any desire for that at all."
The 27-year-old actress also insists she doesn't confirm to any beauty ideals and would never care enough to figure out a healthy way of becoming "actress thin".
She added to The Sunday Times' Style magazine: "It's not like I'm super-confident but I exercise a lot because I've always been a dancer and an athlete. I think I'm a pretty thin person, but I'm definitely not actress thin, that's a whole other world! I don't know how to do that healthily. And I don't think I care to figure it out."