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Elizabeth Olsen accused of LYING when asked if Danielle Haim was a good actress in Licorice Pizza

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After bravely taking part in Vanity Fair's lie detector test series, Elizabeth Olsen was left red-faced when one of her answers turned out to be false.The 33-year-old WandaVision star was questioned about her old high school pal - musician Danielle Haim - who had a small role in the Paul Thomas Anderson movie Licorice Pizza.Asked whether she thought she was a better actress than Danielle, 33, the Doctor Strange star first answered honestly as she said laughing: 'Yeah.

Sorry Danielle.' 'She's lying!' Elizabeth Olsen squirms in embarrassment as she is BUSTED on lie detector test when asked if Danielle Haim was a good actress in Licorice PizzaHowever, when pressed further over whether she had seen the film and liked Danielle's performance, the lie detector went off. 'No, I loved the film, and I thought she was great in it.

But she didn't have to do much,' Elizabeth said.The man operating the lie detector then cut in saying: 'She's lying about the film.' Playing themselves: The Haim sisters starred in Licorice Pizza (L-R, Alana, Danielle, and Este Haim, and their real-life mother and father Donna and Moti) Getting awkward: Elizabeth's results on the lie detector test went off as she answered a question about Danielle Haim Uncomfortable: The WandaVision star apologized to Danielle when it appeared she was not a fan of her actingTrying to figure out whether she was lying about if she liked the movie or Danielle's performance, Elizabeth said: 'Oh, I did like the film.

Or about her acting? Oh yeah, she was fine.'As she grew more uncomfortable with the lie detector claiming she was lying, Elizabeth added: 'F***, man.

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