What Olsen twin films would look like if they happened today
Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen wear their infamous giant sunglasses as they sit front row at fashion week.
It takes two, baby.
Twins Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen — who were made famous thanks to the hit TV series “Full House” — later graced the big screen at every little girl’s sleepover in popular movies “Winning London,” “When in Rome” and more.
Nearly 11 years after “Full House” ended, the sisters have come a long way by “Switching Goals” from acting to fashion.
On Wednesday, MK&A made their first Instagram appearance — and shared their debut public selfie — in an ad spot for the makeup-haven Sephora in an attempt to promote their latest clothing line, Elizabeth and James. The fashion line is named after the lesser-known siblings in the Olsen clan.
It is 2016, so with the decision to become modernized by using Instagram, the News imagines what the plotlines of their popular movies would be like if created today:
Private jet to Paris
Mary-Kate’s husband Olivier Sarkozy is the half-brother to former French president Nicolas Sarkozy, so next time the twins take a trip to Paris — like their famous flick “Passport to Paris” — they probably could fly there with ease.
Mary-Kate Olsen and now-husband Olivier Sarkozy, 17 years her senior, attend a concert of Ronnie Wood of the Rolling Stones performing with guitarist Mick Taylor, drummer Simon Kirke and keyboardist Al Cooper in 2013 — two years before their wedding.
Maybe Ashley could also find a Frenchman to fall in love with just like the sisters did when they were tweens.
New York Moguls
What have the Olsen twins been up to since starring in teen flicks like “New York Minute?”
The two longtime New York City dwellers became popular in the fashion world when their most famous line “The Row” launched back in 2006.
Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen at the screening of the movie “New York Minute” in 2004.
One year prior, Mary-Kate was called a fashion icon by The New York Times in 2005 and most recently the two won the CFDA Womenswear Designer of the Year Award in 2012 and 2015.
Now, MK&A are back at it with the Elizabeth and James line, which they used their first-ever selfie to promote.
Intern Toil and Trouble
Just like the twins’ family in “Double, Double Toil and Trouble,” Mary-Kate and Ashley almost lost everything due to a big lawsuit.
The twins were sued in 2015 by a former intern who said she was forced to work 50-hour work weeks without any pay or college credit. More than 40 past and present interns were allegedly involved in the mistreatment, which they claimed occurred while working at the company Dualstar Entertainment.
The status of the lawsuit is unclear.
Holiday in oversized sunglasses
What’s more iconic than the Olsen’s twin catchphrase “You got it, dude” — well now their oversized sunglasses.
Instead of visiting the Bahamas to try and stop a group of antique smugglers like the two did in “Holiday in the Sun,” MK&A will now escape to an island to hide from the relentless paparazzi that they are known to hide from.
The Challenge of staying relevant
Candace Cameron Bure, Bob Saget and Ashley Olsen reunite despite the fact the Olsen twins did not agree to the “Fuller House” Netflix reboot.
“Full House” put them on the map, but the twins felt they moved past their child star days and wouldn’t agree to appear in the reboot, “Fuller House.”
Their 2003 film “The Challenge” followed the girls — who are estranged — as they embark on a Survivor-like game show.
The Olsens’ 2016 challenge is staying relevant without taking back the Tanner name.