Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen Talk “Wind River” On “GMA” (VIDEO)

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Jeremy Renner elizabeth Olsen GMA Video

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Jeremy Renner elizabeth Olsen GMA Video


Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen appeared live on Wednesday’s “GMA” to discuss their latest project together, Wind River. Watch the video below!

Renner and Olsen are arguably best known for starring in The Avengers franchise, but they’ve teamed up for a very different kind of film with Taylor Sheridan’s Wind River. The crime drama focuses on Olsen’s inexperienced FBI agent, who is called to the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming after a body is found. Renner, as a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service agent, helps her investigate the case.

After a clip was shown on “Good Morning America,” Michael Strahan asked how difficult it was working outdoors in the elements. “We got used to it, but it’s tough for the crew,” Olsen said. “There’s a lot of people who transport, and a lot of equipment to transport, and there’s no road, so we’re on snowmobiles and snowcats.” Quipped Renner, “That’s the fun part.”

Renner said he was attracted to the film after reading the “first 10 pages” of the script, and the “opportunity to work with Lizzie again in a different way, in a real way” helped seal the deal. “I couldn’t say no,” he told Strahan, going on to call Olsen “super tough, tougher than me for sure.” That said, he also amusingly revealed that the actress, who admitted to being a “fear-based hypochondriac,” wanted a seat belt for her snowmobile.

Strahan wanted the “scoop” on the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War movie, but of course the co-stars couldn’t divulge much. “There’s so many people. That’s the scoop,” cracked Olsen. “So many superheroes.” Replied Strahan, “That’s all you got?!” Yes, that was all. Renner did confirm, though, that it was on a comedy set, not while filming Avengers, that he broke both of his arms earlier this year. Check out the video below! NOTE: The video is no longer available.

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