Posted by / On 20 September 2017   Magazine Scans

Hello Elizabeth fans! Hunger magazine has released covers for their #madworld issue and we’re surprised to see that Elizabeth is one of the covers for the issue! Looking unrecognizable, and we can’t wait to see the full photo session. The cover has been added to our gallery, and you can read a bit sneak peek on the interview bellow.

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Big red hair, ludicrously false nails and a whole lot of attitude – you’ve never seen Elizabeth Olsen like this before. Shot on location in LA, the Avengers actress shines in our Hitchcock-inspired cover and editorial by photographer Nadia Lee Cohen. “I’ve never got to do a shoot as creative as this, it’s usually like – try and look pretty!”

In an exclusive interview for Hunger 13 with Hunger’s Holly Fraser, Elizabeth talks openly and at length about politics, society’s imperfections and, of course, acting – a career that she’s seven years into and still completely enamoured by. From playing an FBI agent in Taylor Sheridan’s emotionally charged directorial debut Wind River, to taking on the role of a neurotic Instagram influencer in Ingrid Goes West, she has proven herself to be one of the most versatile actresses around right now.

A recent convert to Instagram, Elizabeth admits that just like the rest of us she’s still trying to figure out social media – “I don’t need people to know anything about my private life, but also I don’t really know how to have a public persona and then be private in interviews because I like talking to people!”

Posted by / On 16 September 2017   Public Appearances

Elizabeth attended yesterday the Gersh Emmy Party, and we’ve added photos from the party to our gallery!

 

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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