At only 23 years old, Elizabeth Olsen's career is just beginning. As you know, she broke out in last year's cult drama "Martha Marcy May Marlene" and we've since seen her spread her wings a little bit. Earlier this year she did the horror thing with "Silent House" and later this year she'll pop up in a variety of films including the thriller "Red Lights," the dramedy "Peace, Love & Misunderstanding" and her latest Sundance effort "Liberal Arts." But at the moment, she's stepping into her first period picture.
Olsen is in the midst of shooting "Therese Raquin," an adaptation of the classic novel by Emile Zola, and the Daily Mail has the first snaps from the set of what the actress looks like in old-timey gear. Featuring a pretty interesting cast including Jessica Lange, Tom Felton, Oscar Isaac and Matt Lucas, Olsen stars as Therese, a young woman trapped in a loveless marriage to her sickly cousin Camille (Felton), who enters a passionate affair with her husband's best friend Laurent (Isaac), with tragic results for everyone involved.
Charlie Stratton is making his feature directorial debut on the film and you can check out Olsen and Felton in costume below.