Posted by / On 13 September 2017   Kodachrome

The Hollywood Reporter has announced that Netflix has acquired the distribution rights to Kodachrome, which stars Elizabeth Olsen, Jason Sudeikis and Ed Harris! You can read the full report bellow.

Netflix has acquired road movie Kodachrome, which stars Elizabeth Olsen, for $4 million.

Kodachrome tells the story of a record label boss who embarks on a road trip across the U.S. in order to fulfill his father’s dying wish and have a roll of Kodachrome film developed, only to find there’s just one remaining shop accepting them.

Jason Sudeikis and Ed Harris also stars in the movie from director Mark Raso.

Ellen Goldsmith-Vein, Eric Robinson, Jonathan Tropper and Leon Clarance produced, along with 21 Laps’ Shawn Levy and Dan Levine. Dan Cohen, Mary Anne Waterhouse, Laure Vaysse and Jo Monk executive produced.

The film is based on a Dec. 29, 2010 New York Times article by A.G. Sulzberger, “For Kodachrome Fans, Road Ends at Photo Lab in Kansas.” Tropper wrote the screenplay after Robinson, Goldsmith-Vein, Levy and Levine optioned the article.

Kodachrome made its world premiere at TIFF on Sept. 8 in the special presentations section. The deal was negotiated by WME Global and CAA on behalf of the filmmakers and The Solution as sales agent for the film.

Posted by / On 28 August 2017   Studio Photoshoots

Before attending the NGV Gala in Melbourne this past Saturday (August 26), Elizabeth hung out with Visit Melbourne. The photoshoot was released on the official instagram just a couple of hours before the gala and can be now found in our gallery!

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Posted by / On 26 August 2017   Public Appearances

Elizabeth attended today the NGV Gala in Melbourne, Australia! Looking absolutely beautiful wearing Dior, you can find photos of Elizabeth at the gala in our gallery!

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Posted by / On 24 August 2017   Interview / Studio Photoshoots

Elizabeth is taking over the world, guys! After covering Modern Luxury’s September publications, she’s now on the cover of August 25 issue of Evening Standard. The photoshoot is, as predicted, beautiful and we can’t wait to see more outtakes from it. The cover has been added to our gallery, along with the outtakes, and you can read the interview bellow where she speaks about her famous sisters, her fears for America and how she plans to build her empire. A name suggestion for the empire? Lizards!

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It’s a sweltering day downtown in the Bowery, the sort of humid August heat when it feels like Manhattan is melting. Boys in artful sarongs and beards cruise the sidewalk, girls in high-waisted cut-offs and snapbacks lean against open-air bars. It’s noon, and no one dares move too fast.

But Elizabeth Olsen is not hot. In fact, she says she has frostbite in her fingers. Wearing black Calvin Klein jeans she picked up for $20 in a vintage store, slim black ankle boots and an oversized Altuzarra blouse, she’s been in air-conditioned TV studios doing interviews all morning and needs to defrost. She has asked that we meet in Il Buco, a rustic Italian restaurant with the sort of premium paysan menu you’d recognise from places such as the River Cafe. This, she confides, is her favourite restaurant in New York: ‘My sisters have been bringing me here for my birthday since I was 15.’

Ah yes — her sisters. Mary-Kate and Ashley, the button-cute Disney twins who grew up in the full glare of the public eye, then reinvented themselves as fiercely private fashion entrepreneurs (their label, The Row, is as hot as ever, and they now own high-end concept boutiques in New York and LA). Elizabeth — or Lizzie as she introduces herself — shares their delicate features: blonde locks, Bambi eyes and symmetrical porcelain face. But what’s intriguing about this sister is that she can turn those looks to power.

Six years after she burst on to the scene with a critically acclaimed performance in the indie flick Martha Marcy May Marlene, her carefully chosen roles have included Scarlet Witch in the unstoppable Marvel franchise, Avengers; Audrey Williams, Hank Williams’ wife and manager in the biopic I Saw the Light; and most recently, FBI agent Jane Banner in Wind River, a harrowing story of rape and murder set on a Wyoming Native American reservation, directed by Oscar-nominated Taylor Sheridan.
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Posted by / On 22 August 2017   Interview / Magazine Scans / Studio Photoshoots

Elizabeth is taking over Modern Luxury this upcoming month of September, covering publications such as Angeleno and Philadelphia Style. We’re still not sure if she’ll be covering more publications, but it’s most likely. In the mean time, we were graced with a very beautiful photoshoot which you guys can find in our gallery! Scans from the issues were also uploaded (beware: the interview is the exact same) and you can read the full interview bellow!

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At the Cannes Film Festival premiere of Taylor Sheridan’s Wind River, Elizabeth Olsen climbs onstage inside the iconic Palais des Festivals et des Congrès de Cannes. Looking old-school glam in a plunging blushcolored Miu Miu gown, she takes in the scene, smiling as the audience delivers its enthusiastic applause and Sheridan introduces the film. It is not Olsen’s first time at Cannes, but from her perspective, it might as well be. “The first time I was here, I didn’t soak it in,” says the actress during our beachside stroll the next day. “I was overwhelmed, and I don’t have very many memories of being present.”

This time would be different, she determined, starting with the decision to clutch her pink heels in her hand while onstage. “During Sundance, I had a bit of a panic attack when we were onstage. You have all the lights on you, and there’s really no point of focus. I hate it. It freaks me out. So, I thought, ‘I’m going to take my shoes off.’ And I remember every moment,” she says.

As not even a 2am post-premiere photo call manages to rattle the actress, you get the sense Olsen knows not only how to navigate the chaos that is the world’s most renowned film festival, but is also competently steering a career that, in the past seven years, has launched her to fame far beyond what maybe even she expected. “Now that I feel a bit more solid about what I’m making and I have a very clear intention for myself, I’m a happier person,” explains the 28-year-old. “I’ve started to figure out how I want to function as a human being in the world and balance it with work.”

She may feel like she is only now coming into herself, but from the outside, it seems like Olsen has always had a strong sense of direction. While the actress has, in the past seven years, made an impressive 18 films—ranging from wellreceived indies like Martha Marcy May Marlene to major blockbusters like Godzilla and The Avengers films—her love of acting and performing was established long before her 21st birthday.
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Posted by / On 19 August 2017   Articles / Studio Photoshoots

Hey Elizabeth fans! I’ve been browsing for fun articles i might have missed on posting the past weeks and i came across one from The New York Times, in which Alexis Soloski hung out with Elizabeth while she attended City Cooking West End – a demonstration kitchen and event space on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. It’s a very interesting article as we got to learn a few more things about Elizabeth, such as the fact her mother calls her “Lizard”. You can read the full article bellow, photos can be found in our gallery. On another note, our gallery has just been updated with missing appearances, shoots, theater and more of Elizabeth so make sure to check it out!

 

The actress Elizabeth Olsen separated the first egg gracefully. The second? Not so much. And the third was a disaster. “Get it together, Lizard,” she muttered to herself as she leaned over a stainless-steel bowl.

Ms. Olsen — Lizard to her mother; Lizzie to her sisters, Mary-Kate and Ashley — was at City Cooking West End, a demonstration kitchen and event space on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. She was learning to make ravioli all’uovo, a large, filled pasta in which a raw egg yolk lolls inside a ricotta mound, glittering like a little jewel. Ideally.

Finally, Ms. Olsen slid an intact yolk into its nest of cheese and covered it with a square of pasta. “That’s not a square,” she said. “It’s a trapezoid.” Then she trimmed the excess dough, making a shape that wasn’t quite a circle. “I’m not one for symmetry,” she said.

Ms. Olsen, 28, was in New York promoting a pair of movies: “Wind River,”a drama written and directed by Taylor Sheridan about a murder on a snowbound Native American reservation, and “Ingrid Goes West,” a dark comedy about an Instagram influencer and her stalker.

She had been spending about 18 hours a day on media appearances and the preparations they require, and she sometimes couldn’t remember the movie she was meant to discuss. “I’ll literally be in the middle of an interview and not know which one we’re talking about,” she said. (It’s a relief to be asked about social media rather than the rape of indigenous women.) But she found an hour in between a dress fitting and a SAG-Aftra Q. and A. to take a cooking class.

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