Italian magazine Gioia had an article with Lizzie. Right now I don’t have much time but I’ll try to make a translation from it later. Thanks to Nicole for the scans.
Magazine Scans > 2016 > Gioia – May 28
The gallery was updated with HQ digital scans of Allure magazine cover with Elizabeth. Take a look!
Magazine Scans > 2016 > Allure (USA) – June
You don’t want to play a game of What’s Your Favorite Salon with Elizabeth Olsen. “Mark Townsend did my hair for my first high-school dance,” says Olsen of the hairstylist, who works with Rachel McAdams, Dakota Johnson, and all of the Olsen sisters. During her interview for her Allure June 2016 cover story, the actress let us in on the secrets behind her always-perfect hair, her beauty must-haves, and the absolute worst beauty advice she’s ever gotten.
Do you act differently when you’re a brunette? “I felt really exotic when I was brunette—I don’t know why I’m whispering. I got nervous! My humor works better as a brunette. But I wear mainly black, and I don’t want to look depressed.”
Any secret to your color? “Oribe conditioner is the best thing in the world.”
What tricks have you learned on set? “Use green-tea bags steeped in hot water and then soaked in ice on your eyes. I’m lucky—I have good skin. I drink a lot of water, and I use a lot of products.”
Don’t hold out on us. “I’m digging this 111Skin serum. I was in Barneys, and my hands felt really dry so I started pretending I needed a sample. [The salesperson] gave me these packets. Apparently, a plastic surgeon and some space scientists got together to make a really expensive product. I bought two—morally I feel like I shouldn’t buy more. I also love SK-II and Dr. Colbert masks, the ones that make you look like a serial killer. And Kiehl’s. And Kate Somerville. I like Chanel mascara and Dior mascara, and Nars [lip crayons]. The one that I have looks like Spice, that M.A.C. color from the ’90s—it’s amazing. I use Chanel Vitalumieère Aqua when I’m filming. It’s light, and I tend to play characters that shouldn’t look like they’re wearing makeup.”
What’s the worst beauty advice you’ve gotten? “Put toothpaste on pimples. The only time I’ve successfully used toothpaste was [for] covering
up a hole in the wall. My friend tossed a pool stick to me, I dodged it, and it put a hole in the wall. We didn’t want to get in trouble, so we took Colgate and stuffed it in—and we did a really damn good job.”
What kind of exercise do you do? “I work out a lot. I do three to four days on and one day off. I take Muay Thai and ballet and do regular gym stuff. Yoga class is my favorite. I always have to go on Sunday if I’m in L.A. It’s like yoga church. If you’re having a shitty week, it’s a great way to recenter yourself.”
And finally, injections: For or against? “You see young actresses with shiny foreheads—it’s a little disconcerting. Sometimes it makes you look so much older, and it just goes wrong. It’s a very strange world. I get excited when I start to see little lines on my forehead by the end of the day. I don’t know what my face is going to do eventually, and I’m kind of curious, you know?”
The gallery has been with 4 HQ images of Lizzie at MOCA Gala yesterday. Take a look!
Public Appearances > 2016 > May 14: MOCA Gala
The Weinstein Company (TWC) announced today that they acquired U.S. rights to the upcoming Wind River. The project is directed by Sicario screenwriter Taylor Sheridan and marks his directorial debut and stars two-time Academy Award nominee Jeremy Renner (American Hustle, The Hurt Locker) along with Elizabeth Olsen (Avengers). They are joined by Jon Bernthal (Sicario), Graham Greene (Thunderheart), Julia Jones (Twilight) and Gil Birmingham (The Lone Ranger).
The film follows a rookie female FBI agent (Olsen) who teams up with a veteran, local game tracker with a haunted past (Renner) to investigates a murder on a remote Native American Reservation in the hopes of avenging the girl’s death.
The project is produced by Basil Iwanyk’s Thunder Road (Sicario, John Wick), Peter Berg’s Film 44 (Lone Survivor, Friday Night Lights), and Matthew George’s Savvy Media Holdings (LBJ). Savvy is financing along with Acacia Entertainment and Wayne Rogers’ Synergics Films. Star Thrower Entertainment is executive producing along with Riverstone Pictures and The Fyzz Facility. Insiders and Voltage are selling the film internationally and co-financed the film. CAA handled the domestic sale.
Sheridan’s writing credits include the upcoming Hell or High Water and last year’s critically-acclaimed Sicario, for which he received a WGA nomination for Best Original Screenplay.
Commented TWC Co-Chairman Harvey Weinstein: “We’re thrilled to be working again with Jeremy Renner, who also produced our upcoming summer film ‘The Founder,’ and this time in front of the camera with Elizabeth and the entire cast on Taylor’s incredible directorial debut. From what I’ve seen from Taylor’s work, he’s one hell of a director.”
Commented producer Matthew George: “Taylor writes with brutal authenticity, and directed a great film. It was a pleasure to work with him, Basil and the rest of the team on this project. I couldn’t think of a better home for Wind River than the Weinsteins.”
The deal for the project was negotiated by David Glasser, James Allen, and James Gold for TWC with CAA.