Olivia Wilde News
variety.com – Luke Wilson, Elisabeth Moss and Natasha Lyonne have joined Olivia Wilde’s psychological drama “Meadowland” with shooting starting in August in New York City. Wilde had attached herself to the project as a producer and star in February with Reed Morano directing from Chris Rossi’s script. Morano’s credits include “The Skeleton Twins,” “Kill Your Darlings” and... 1 year 51 weeks ago via jetli
variety.com – Olivia Wilde is only 30, and she’s co-starred in a batch of studio projects like “Tron: Legacy,” “Cowboys & Aliens” and “Rush,” but she still says the most interesting roles for younger actresses are in indie films. Wilde plays a mysterious short story writer who has an affair with a married novelist in Paul Haggis’... 2 years 5 weeks ago via theothersenhman
comingsoon.net – Sony Pictures Classics has debuted a new clip from writer/director Paul Haggis' ensemble anthology drama Third Person, starring Liam Neeson, Kim Basinger, Adrien Brody, James Franco, Olivia Wilde, Mila Kunis and Maria Bello. Check it out in the player below! 2 years 6 weeks ago via donnieyen
First Trailer for BETTER LIVING THROUGH CHEMISTRY Starring Sam Rockwell, Olivia Wilde and Michelle Monaghan
collider.com – The first trailer for directors Geoff Moore and David Posamentier's Better Living through Chemistry is now available online. The dramedy stars Sam Rockwell (Moon) as a by-the-numbers pharmacist who's happy enough in his uneventful life, until a chance meeting with a seductive trophy wife (Olivia Wilde) sends him on a drug-and-alcohol-fueled affair. 2 years 26 weeks ago via theothersenhman
12:09 PM 11/14/2013 by Sara Vizcarrondo
Vincent Landay, producer of Spike Jonze’s newest film Her, attended a screening of the movie in San Francisco on Wednesday night. “This is the first script Spike wrote entirely and may be his most personal picture,” Landay reports. This screening, at Delancey Screening Room, was one of the first audience screenings of the film’s final cut.
feedproxy.google.com – In issue 212 of Total Film magazine – the Fantasy Issue out now! – we bring you some out-of-this-world exclusives from the biggest, mightiest movies coming your way. Inside the issue – which is available for just £1.99 on your iPad – we spoke to Olivia Wilde about her improv-heavy role in indie comedy Drinking Buddies. 2 years 40 weeks ago via brucelee
collider.com – One of my favorite films at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival was director Ron Howard’s Rush. Based on true events, the film takes place in the world of Formula One racing, and chronicles the 1970s rivalry between Austrian driver Niki Lauda (Daniel Brühl) and British driver James Hunt (Chris Hemsworth) leading up to their intense competition in 1976. 2 years 43 weeks ago via donnieyen
9:37 AM 8/21/2013 by Jeff Giles
It wasn't so long ago that a movie like Drinking Buddies -- low-budget, low-key, focusing on the romantic/career travails of moderately well-to-do young urban whites -- was the kind of thing you might bring home from the video store after dark (and a reluctant sigh) on a Friday. It has the look of the type of film that used to be the exclusive domain of actors like Craig Sheffer and Parker Posey -- just smart enough to keep you interested for 80 or so minutes, and just aimless enough to earn a direct-to-video release.
Olivia Wilde Talks DRINKING BUDDIES, How Much She Drank During Filming, Working with Jake Johnson, Beer Snobbery, and More
collider.com – Directed by Joe Swanberg, Drinking Buddies tells the story of Kate (Olivia Wilde) and Luke (Jake Johnson), who work together at a craft brewery. They have one of those friendships that feels like it could be something more, and that should make each of their significant others (played by Ron Livingston and Anna Kendrick) uncomfortable. 2 years 48 weeks ago via donnieyen