Posted by / On 16 May 2017   Ingrid Goes West

Ingrid Goes West has been set as the closing night film at the L.A. Film Festival.

The dark comedy from director Matt Spicer, which is set for an August 11 release, stars Aubrey Plaza as the obsessive and unstable titular woman who secretly moves to Los Angeles to get close to Taylor Sloane, an Instagram lifestyle guru played by Elizabeth Olsen.

As previously announced, the Film Independent fest will open with the world premiere of Colin Trevorrow’s The Book of Henry while Sundance hit Brigsby Bear will act as the gala screening.

“Being able to bookend the Festival with strong female leads was a deliberate choice,” said festival director Jennifer Cochis. “These women aren’t a love interest or a small plot point, they are driving the narratives of both our Opening and Closing Night films.”

The L.A. Film Fest will run June 14-22, with screenings taking place at ArcLight Cinemas in Culver City, as well as in Hollywood and Santa Monica.

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Posted by / On 20 April 2017   The Avengers: Infinity War

Elizabeth and Paul Bettany were photographed yesterday on set of The Avengers: Infinity War in Edinburgh, Scotland. You can check out the photos in our gallery, but beware that the photos contain spoilers!

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Posted by / On 13 April 2017   Wind River

Great news, Lizzie fans! Wind River will have its premiere at Cannes Film Festival and we’re so happy for Elizabeth and everyone else involved in this movie.

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Barbara, dir: Mathieu Amalric (Opening Film)
La Novia Del Desierto (The Desert Bride), dirs: Cecilia Atan & Valeria Pivato
Tesnota (Closeness), dir: Kantemir Balagov
Aala Kaf Ifrit (Beauty And The Dogs), dir: Kaouther Ben Hania
L’Atélier, dir: Laurent Cantet
Fortunata (Lucky), dir: Sergio Castellitto
Las Hijas De Abril (April’s Daughter), dir: Michel Franco
Sanpo Suru Shinryakusha (Before We Vanish), dir: Kiyoshi Kurosawa
Lerd (Dregs), dir: Mohammad Rasoulof
En Attendant Les Hirondelles (The Nature of Time), dir: Karim Moussaoui
Apres La Guerre (After The War), dir: Annarita Zambrano
Wind River, dir: Taylor Sheridan
Jeune Femme, dir: Leonor Serraille
Western, dir: Valeska Grisebach
Posoki (Directions), dir: Stephan Komandarev
Out, dir: Gyorgy Kristof

Posted by / On 5 April 2017   The Avengers: Infinity War

Scarlett Witch has arrived, everyone! Elizabeth was spotted on the set of The Avengers: Infinity War this past Sunday (April 2) in Edinburgh, Scotland. Photos have been added to the gallery!

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UPDATE: APRIL 6, 2017 — More photos of Elizabeth shooting the upcoming Avengers film have been released, this time from last night. Photos can be found in our gallery as well!

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Posted by / On 3 April 2017   Ingrid Goes West

The moment we’ve been waiting for has come, our first look at Elizabeth Olsen and Aubrey Plaza in Ingrid Goes West! So far it’s only a 1 minute teaser but it already looks to be so good, we can’t wait to see more of it. Along with the teaser comes the announcement that the movie will be released on August 4th!

Posted by / On 25 February 2017   Articles

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The actress explains why she spends her vacation time in Nicaragua refurbishing schools and improving latrine systems with The Latitude Project.

Three years ago I booked a trip to Nicaragua for a yoga retreat, which got canceled at the last minute. I decided to go anyway, and I’m glad I did because I met The Latitude Project founders Jenn and Alanna Tynan in the little town of San Juan del Sur.

The Tynans were working with impoverished local communities that needed infrastructure support, so I went with them to visit these areas and ended up volunteering in a school to repair desks and update the athletic equipment. I learned that Nicaragua is the second-poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, and each year The Latitude Project chooses a different community to partner with on a big initiative, which could be anything from building a preschool to improving access to latrines.

Jenn and Alanna empower the community by fully involving everyone in the task at hand. Residents know that if they don’t show up to work then the project won’t get done. The locals take so much pride in it that they are motivated to maintain these structures and systems after the Latitude team leaves. Everyone knows the Tynan sisters as the hermanas. There is so much excitement around their presence because they have set a tone of trust and intimacy.
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