One of the reasons Elizabeth Olsen loves being in the Marvel movies is that the studio doesn’t pressure her to get her body to look a certain way.

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The 30-year-old actress, who plays Scarlet Witch in the “Avengers” series, recently spoke to the New York Times and explained that Marvel leaves body shape up to the actors.

“The thing with Marvel is they never tell you to get into shape,” Olsen said. “They just hire the people and let them figure out the way to express the character. They will set you up with a trainer if you want, but that’s it.”

Unfortunately, not every studio gives its actors that sort of freedom.

“I hear stories of actors being weighed for a role,” Olsen said. “That sounds horrible.”

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That said, Olsen does work to get fit when she’s starring in a Marvel film.

“I do change it up depending on the gig,” she said. “For ‘Captain America: Civil War’, I was doing Muay Thai. It’s not the most comfortable thing, and I don’t do it anymore. I do love going to the gym. I love it because my brain works better, and I don’t want to think about eating restrictively.”

Olsen added, “I love training even when I’m not working on the Marvel movies. I grew up doing ballet and playing pretty competitive volleyball. In college, fitness is suddenly not part of your curriculum, so I stopped doing anything. Then when I was 20 and living in New York, I started having severe panic attacks. It was really bad, like I was going to pass out. I remember not being able to cross 14th Street and Sixth Avenue. I had to stand next to a wall so I didn’t fall over.”