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November 19, 2018 / Posted by:

Olivia, the reincarnation of Laurence Olivier who delivers a multi-layered captivating performance as “Olivia” in Widows!

If you’ve seen the trailers and/or read about Widows, which was directed by Steve McQueen and written by him and Gillian Flynn, you probably think it’s a heist movie where the widows of criminals killed in a robbery-gone-wrong join forces to bust out another thieving job to pay off a crime boss. But when I saw Widows over the weekend, I walked out of the theater thinking that I had just seen a dramatic character study about a complicated cotton ball with eyes who has always been devoted to her human played by Viola Davis but is (SPOILER ALERT) torn with the thought of double crossing Viola and taking the money herself so she can show up her bougie new money sister who is the face of Cesar and lets everyone know about it. At least that’s what I got from Laurence Olivia’s performance.

Viola plays Veronica, Liam Neeson’s wife, and she’s a fancy rich lady who obviously spends all her money on bleach and Magic Erasers (to clean that all-white apartment) and grooming for her pooch since Olivia’s beauty is flawless. Veronica carries Olivia around almost everywhere she goes. Viola told Vulture that Olivia (whose real name really is Olivia) was originally just in two scenes, but she urged Steve McQueen and Gillian Flynn to put the thespipooch in many more scenes since the movie was obviously about Olivia and the rest was just filler. Viola did not say that, but she did say this about Olivia at a screening for Widows.

“I don’t own a dog in life, so I was [complaining] like, ‘I’ve gotta work with a dog. What if the dog licks me? Dogs are nasty and disgusting,’” Davis recalled on Sunday night. One look at Olivia, though, and the rest was history. “Within the first five minutes, I’m kissing the dog, I’m holding the dog, the dog was on my chest. I love that dog, and she came to me so easily.” Davis even wanted to bring Olivia home with her, but “my husband would have been very upset.”

Olivia, who is a Westland Highland terrier, is only three years old, but she’s already a highly-skilled ACK-TOR with several credits. The Ringer points out that Olivia is the only reason to watch Netflix’s Insatiable, because she has a small role in that, and she also played the pivotal role of Jesse Plemons’ boy dog Bastian in Game Night. Here’s Jesse holding Olivia while thinking, “This dog is totally out-acting me right now.

And in this scene, Olivia gets ugly for her ART by letting Jason Bateman rub fake blood all over her. Charlize Theron really should’ve given the Oscar she won for Monster to Olivia, because no actor has ugly’d themselves up for a role like Olivia has:

As for what’s next for Olivia, I’m sure she’s looking over scripts (and doing a post-shit scoot on the ones that are not worthy of her gifts), and also refusing calls from the producers of Widows to campaign for the Best Actress Oscar since she’s a shoo-in. Olivia doesn’t want that shit. Olivia is a serious thespian, and how can she take an award seriously when Gwyneth Paltrow won it for Shakespeare In Love?!

Pic: 20th Century Fox

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