9 May 2017   No Comments

Olivia is starring in a short film called Daytime Noon alongside Jakob Von Eichel and Brian Corrigan. We added 4 production stills and the poster to the photogallery. You can watch the trailer here. The film premiered at the LA Comedy Fest on May 6th 2017.  It looks like an interesting watch, we’ll let you know as soon as it’s released.

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2 May 2017   No Comments

Olivia attended A Doll’s House Part 2 Opening Night at Golden Theatre on April 27 in New York City. We added photos to the photogallery, she looked beautiful! Take a look!

2 May 2017   No Comments

Olivia performed during the Black List Live In Brooklyn at BAM Rose Cinemas on April 24 in New York City. We added a few photos to the photogallery, she looked super cute! Take a look!

21 April 2017   No Comments

Olivia was photographed out for a walk in Midtown yesterday April 20 in New York City. She’s wearing no make-up and she looks so beautiful & red looks great on her! We added high quality photos to the photogallery!

19 April 2017   No Comments

We added new photos of Olivia taking Otis for a stroll after filming Life itself on March 29 in New York City. They’re both adorable and they seem to be having a blast! Take a look!

13 April 2017   No Comments

Olivia attended the In & Of Itself Opening Night with Jason Sudeikis at the Daryl Roth Theater on April 12 in New York City. We added candids of her arriving at the theater and 2 photos of her inside the venue. She looks lovely, they both look great! Take a look!

8 April 2017   No Comments

NEW YORK — A new stage adaptation of George Orwell’s chilling dystopic novel 1984 will star Olivia Wilde, making her Broadway debut. Producers Sonia Friedman and Scott Rudin said Monday that the play will also star Tom Sturridge and Tony Award-winner Reed Birney. It will begin performances in May at the Hudson Theatre. First published in 1949, Orwell’s classic tale of a society run by Big Brother in which facts are distorted and suppressed in a cloud of “newspeak” has topped the Amazon.com best-seller lists. Olivia Wilde, who recently wrapped films “A Vigilante” and “Life Itself” opposite Oscar Isaac, will play Julia, the woman with whom the dystopian tale’s protagonist, Winston Smith, begins an affair. Reed Birney will play the spy O’Brien. The play arrives in New York after winning acclaim in four different runs in the U.K. (including one on the West End), and after the George Orwell title itself suddenly became a hot topic in the wake of the presidential election. Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan co-adapt and co-direct the production, which on Broadway will also star Wayne Duvall, Carl Hendrick Louis, Nick Mills, Michael Potts, and Cara Seymour.

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