Posted by / On 13 September 2015   Studio Photoshoots

New portraits of Elizabeth taken at Toronto International Film Festival have been released. Thank you to Melfan, from for the photos!

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Posted by / On 13 September 2015   Studio Photoshoots

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Elizabeth Olsen, actress (“I Saw the Light”)
On playing Hank Williams’s wife, Audrey Mae: “Nobody has very nice things to say about her. She was untalented and wanted to be a star, so there were a lot of reasons to have an issue with her personality. But at the same time, she was dealing with an alcoholic husband who was never home, so you end up having compassion and empathy for her. I just tried to be her lawyer—to, you know, defend her.”


Posted by / On 13 September 2015   Public Appearances

Elizabeth has attended three parties last night: one hosted by EW, other by Sony and the HFPA/InStyle’s Annual TIFF Celebration. I have added to the gallery photos from the events.

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Posted by / On 13 September 2015   Articles

The 2015 Toronto International Film Festival is in full effect, and Team InStyle is bringing you all the action straight from the fest! We teamed up with our sister publications Peopleand Entertainment Weekly to build a pop-up portrait studio in the heart of downtown Toronto, where we’re interviewing and photographing all the biggest stars of the fest. Saturday morning, Elizabeth Olsen stopped by to chat about her role as Audrey Mae Williams in I Saw The Light, the story of the legendary country western singer Hank Williams.

Olsen plays the wife of Williams (played by Tom Hiddleston) in the film, and says the costumes were pretty entertaining to wear. “There were things we couldn’t fully do in the film, because it would be strange to people, but we had everything monogrammed [for the costumes],” she said inside our portrait studio. “Every old photo of hers there is a big ‘A’ on everything, everything is embroidered [laughs]. And all of her country boots say ‘Audrey.’

When I was talking about this with a friend of mine whose mothers from Texas, they’re huge Hank Williams fans, and my friend’s mother was like, ‘please tell me you’re getting to wear Audrey boots.’ And I was like, ‘what does that mean, Audrey boots!’ And then I started paying closer attention to all of the photos of her, so we ended up making Audrey boots for the scene where they’re in all white. And that must mean something about someone’s character in a way, to have everything monogrammed.” Regardless, we can’t wait to more of the star in her new role, monograms or not.


Posted by / On 12 September 2015   Studio Photoshoots

More portraits of Elizabeth, taken by Jeff Vespa at Toronto International Film Festival, have been added to the gallery.

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