Elizabeth Olsen is not here for this magazine photoshopping her face.
Olsen, who plays Scarlet Witch in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, appeared on the cover of Empire Magazine as promotion for the upcoming film Avengers: Infinity War. On the cover, she's joined by familiar faces—Benedict Cumberbatch's Dr. Strange, Danai Gurira's Okoye, and Dave Bautista's Drax. But a quick glance at the cover reveals Olsen's face as nearly unrecognizable, as she appears slimmer with sharper facial features.
The differences weren't lost on Olsen either. On Instagram, she posed a simple question with a photo of the cover: "Does this look like me?" Several commenters answered her. "No, no, it doesn't... What have they done to you...??" reads one comment. "Definitely does not look like you. ... Sorry Elizabeth you don’t deserve this," reads another.
The cover is a part of a series of five different covers featuring the heroes for the upcoming film.
Magazines often get caught in Photoshop scandals as editors slim bodies, remove blemishes and cellulite, and lighten skin, which ultimately contributes to ridiculous beauty standards. It's the kind of false imagery that fuels others to suffer from eating disorders, as Olsen's older sister, Mary Kate Olsen, did. So it's understandable why the young Olsen sister would be particularly upset about the change.
With the post, Olsen also made sure to promote the film as well by sharing its release date along with the hashtags #scarletwitch, #infinitywar, and #avengers.
Luckily, fans will be able to see Olsen's true face in Avengers: Infinity War, which arrives in theaters on April 27.