Posted by / On 6 February 2016   I Saw the Light

We’d all like to imagine Tom Hiddleston as a nice, neat, chiseled gentleman, so forgive him if “I Saw the Light” asked Hiddleston to be the very opposite.

In “Flash of Genius” director Marc Abraham’s new film, which premiered at last year’s Toronto Film Festival, Hiddleston plays Hank Williams, the troubled country legend who wrote such songs as “Hey, Good Lookin'” and “Your Cheatin’ Heart.” Williams struggled with alcoholism and infidelity, as evidenced in this exclusive clip, where his first wife, Audrey (Elizabeth Olsen), derides his condition with his cold mother (Cherry Jones) while Williams performs “Honky Tonkin’.” (Don’t worry, Hiddleston is still plenty chiseled.)

You can watch the video bellow, by clicking on the picture!


Posted by / On 3 February 2016   Public Appearances

Elizabeth attended the “Hail, Caesar!” Los Angeles Premiere this Monday (February 1). Photos have been added to the gallery!

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Posted by / On 16 January 2016   Wind River

Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen have been set to star in Wind River, a drama written by Sicario scribe Taylor Sheridan, who also is on board to make his feature directorial debut. Sicario producer Basil Iwanyk’s Thunder Road is producing this one with Peter Berg and Matthew George

The pic, which begins shooting in March in Park City, centers on Cory (Renner), who works for the Fish and Game Department as a hunter of coyotes and other predators. Suffering after the death of his teenage daughter, he stumbles upon the raped body of a teenage girl frozen in the desolate wilderness. A rookie FBI agent (Olsen) who is unfamiliar with the terrain and weather enlists Cory to help her find those responsible.

The film is being produced by Iwanyk’s Thunder Road, Berg’s Film 44, George’s Savvy Media Holdings and Acacia Filmed Entertainment Llc., the latter a joint venture partner with the Tunicia-Biloxi Indian tribe. Elizabeth Bell, Star Thrower Entertainment are executive producing along with Riverstone Pictures, which is co-financing with Acacia.


Posted by / On 13 January 2016   Public Appearances

Elizabeth made her very first appearance of the year yesterday, at the Stella McCartney Autumn 2016 Presentation! Photos from the event have been added to the gallery. Elizabeth looked absolutely gorgeous.

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Posted by / On 8 January 2016   Articles

If you’re anything like us, it still, to this day, takes you a few moments, every time, to connect that Elizabeth Olsen is the sister of world’s most famous twins, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. They exist in quite different pop-cultural spheres, as Mary-Kate and Ashley have been fixtures since they were toddlers (first as child actors, now as fashion empresses), while Elizabeth “hit the scene,” as it were, only a few years ago, and in quite different fashion, becoming something of an indie darling after her debut in Martha Marcy May Marlene.

Mary-Kate and Ashley—save for a cigarette-bowl-strewn wedding here and there—stay pretty much out of the public eye these days, and the two turned down roles in Fuller House, the forthcoming Netflix reboot of Full House, as grown-up Michelle Tanner. It is hard to imagine either Olsen twin getting back in the patterned overalls for the new go-round (Mary-Kate, to Ashley, on the phone: “So [18-second pause] that Full House reboot [low guttural moan] [fit of giggles] [high-pitched wail] . . . anyway, can I borrow your black cloak?”), so it’s not all that surprising that they decided not to return.

Their decision initially led the remaining cast, we have now learned, to get inventive. John Stamos (a.k.a. Uncle Jesse) revealed on Andy Cohen’s Sirius show Monday that there was an actual attempt made to see if . . . Elizabeth might be interested in taking on the role. “I don’t think this has been talked about,” he said. “I didn’t do it, I think Jeff Franklin did. I said, ‘Call the sister [Elizabeth Olsen]. Ask her’ . . . We talked to her agent and her agent was like, ‘Come on, she’s not going to do that,’ but we did call her agent.” We like to think Elizabeth texted Mary-Kate and Ashley immediately afterward, and one twin wrote back, “Who is Michelle Tanner?,” and the other sent a string of nonsensical animal emojis.