Posted by / On 17 May 2016   Articles

You don’t want to play a game of What’s Your Favorite Salon with Elizabeth Olsen. “Mark Townsend did my hair for my first high-school dance,” says Olsen of the hairstylist, who works with Rachel McAdams, Dakota Johnson, and all of the Olsen sisters. During her interview for her Allure June 2016 cover story, the actress let us in on the secrets behind her always-perfect hair, her beauty must-haves, and the absolute worst beauty advice she’s ever gotten.

Do you act differently when you’re a brunette? “I felt really exotic when I was brunette—I don’t know why I’m whispering. I got nervous! My humor works better as a brunette. But I wear mainly black, and I don’t want to look depressed.”

Any secret to your color? “Oribe conditioner is the best thing in the world.”

What tricks have you learned on set? “Use green-tea bags steeped in hot water and then soaked in ice on your eyes. I’m lucky—I have good skin. I drink a lot of water, and I use a lot of products.”

Don’t hold out on us. “I’m digging this 111Skin serum. I was in Barneys, and my hands felt really dry so I started pretending I needed a sample. [The salesperson] gave me these packets. Apparently, a plastic surgeon and some space scientists got together to make a really expensive product. I bought two—morally I feel like I shouldn’t buy more. I also love SK-II and Dr. Colbert masks, the ones that make you look like a serial killer. And Kiehl’s. And Kate Somerville. I like Chanel mascara and Dior mascara, and Nars [lip crayons]. The one that I have looks like Spice, that M.A.C. color from the ’90s—it’s amazing. I use Chanel Vitalumieère Aqua when I’m filming. It’s light, and I tend to play characters that shouldn’t look like they’re wearing makeup.”
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Posted by / On 15 May 2016   Videos

Posted by / On 14 May 2016   Articles / Magazine Scans / Studio Photoshoots / Videos


We’re at the worst table in Brooklyn—or at least, the worst table at a small Moroccan restaurant in Williamsburg. A few feet over and we’d be in the kitchen. We’re breaking the ice by debating whether scotch has to actually come from Scotland. And if my dinner date notices our proximity to the fluorescent lighting of the prep stations (or if she cares), she’s not letting on. It’s my first indication that Elizabeth Olsen is chill—or to use one of her favorite words, fucking chill. (More on that in a minute.)

Olsen isn’t exactly new to fame. The 27-year-old has starred in big-budget productions, like Avengers: Age of Ultron and Godzilla. And now she’s reprising her Avengers role as the mind- reading superhero Scarlet Witch in Captain America: Civil War. But for the moment, Olsen has managed to hold on to an impressive amount of privacy and relative anonymity.

When you think of Elizabeth Olsen, you think…she’s got the best loose waves in Hollywood? She was awesome in Martha Marcy May Marlene? She’s the Olsen who’s not a twin? Don’t worry, she’s hardly offended. “You know you’re going to be compared [with them] for the rest of your life,” she says. “You grow up and get over it, and you love your family regardless.”
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Posted by / On 14 May 2016   Videos

Elizabeth was on The Late Late Show with James Corden on May 10th with Captain America: Civil War co-star Anthony Mackie. You can watch two vídeos from the talk show bellow!

Posted by / On 14 May 2016   Wind River

The Weinstein Co. is in negotiations to acquire North American rights to Jeremy Renner starrerWind River.

Directed by Taylor Sheridan, the film follows a Fish and Game Department employee (Renner) who stumbles upon the body of a teenage girl frozen in the desolate wilderness. He is enlisted by a rookie FBI agent unfamiliar with the terrain to help find those responsible.

Elizabeth Olsen and Jon Bernthal also star.

Basil Iwanyk’s Thunder Road (Sicario), Peter Berg’s Film 44 (Lone Survivor) and Matthew George’s Savvy Media Holdings (LBJ). Savvy is financingWind River along with Acacia Entertainment and Wayne Rogers’ Synergics Films. Star Thrower Entertainment is executive producing along with Riverstone Pictures and The Fyzz Facility.

It’s the second project produced by Iwanyk to land at TWC in recent days. TWC also picked up the terror drama Hotel Mumbai, which Iwanyk is producing.

CAA repped domestic rights to the film, which is being sold internationally at the Cannes market by Voltage and Wild Bunch.


Posted by / On 14 May 2016   Light on Broken Glass

Patricia Clarkson is ready to take the stage for Isabel Coixet’s Broadway-set drama Light on Broken Glass.

The Maze Runner and Pieces of April star has signed on to play an acclaimed Broadway actress in the drama that will also star Chris Cooper and Elizabeth Olsen.

Clarkson will play Melody Harper, who is preparing for the revival of her hit Broadway show toward the end of her celebrated career and, for the first time in her life, she is uncertain and afraid. Struggling with the crushing possibility that her best years may be behind her, she quickly starts losing her grasp on reality as she experiences vivid memories of her younger self (played by Olsen). The budding romance with recent widower Jay (Cooper) is brought to a halt when an ex re-enters her life.

Sam Kressner wrote the screenplay.

“This is my personal homage to the magnificent, complex and layered world of actresses, and the real women behind them,” said Coixet, whose helming credits include Learning to Drive andElegy.

International Film Trust is handling international sales for Light on Broken Glass and will introduce the project to buyers in Cannes. The company’s slate includes Werner Herzog’s Salt and Fire, starring Michael Shannon and Gael Garcia Bernal.

Principal photography is slated to begin in late October in New York.

Daniel Dreifuss, whose No was an Oscar nominee in the foreign-language film category, is producing the film. Garrett Weaver is executive producing.

“Isabel is a brilliant actor’s director, in particular female actors,” Dreifuss said. “She combines subtlety with emotional impact and visual style. This is a role Patricia’s immense talent so richly deserves.”

Added IFT’s Kevin Hoiseth: “This is an incredibly special story that’s intimate and unique but resonates universal harmonics.”

Clarkson is repped by CAA and Anonymous Content. Cooper is handled by Untitled Entertainment. Olsen is represented by Gersh and Brillstein Entertainment. Coixet is repped by CAA.