18 September 2011   Comments Off on Elizabeth on the cover of Nylon Korea!

Hello Elizabeth fans! Thanks to Laurène for sending me the cover of the October 2011 issue of Nylon Korea which of course Elizabeth covers! Check out the cover below and if anyone has scans from the magazine please let me know and credit will be given!

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17 September 2011   Comments Off on Elizabeth in W Magazine!

Thanks to my friend Ann for letting me know that Elizabeth is in the October 2o11 issue of W Magazine! Here are some pictures from the photoshoot and if anyone has scans don’t hesitate to comment or sent a email using the contact form. Credit will be given! Anyway check out the pictures and you can read the article here!

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17 September 2011   Comments Off on Red Lights – Teaser Trailer

Elizabeth is not featured in the teaser, but check it out anyway! Thanks again to Tayna!

15 September 2011   Comments Off on 2011 TFF Interviews

Thanks to Tayna, I have some links to new interviews Elizabeth did at the 2011 TIFF! Watch here, here, here, here, here and here! All links will open in a new window!

15 September 2011   Comments Off on Elizabeth in GQ!

It’s like a tween gothic novel or What Ever Happened to Baby Janes. Your elder twin sisters—stars since infancy—are faces-on-lunchbox famous. Your summer vacations are spent on a celebrity cruise so the twins can sign autographs. Back in L.A., shopping at the mall equals mayhem. “The paparazzi were really frightening,” says Elizabeth Olsen. “I thought, Maybe I’ll just skip that part.”

Good idea. Renouncing that hotbed of mediocrity, Olsen trained with the Atlantic Theater Company, then went all the way to Russia to study acting, dialect, and stage combat. Now, at 22, she’s a legitimate Oscar contender for her haunting performance as a young woman under the sway of a creepy cult leader in the indie thriller Martha Marcy May Marlene. The most unnerving scene has her offered up naked as a ritual shag. Olsen didn’t think twice about the nudity. “The movie wouldn’t have been as disturbing without it,” says the actress. “Taking away someone’s sexuality, making it something you don’t even own anymore—that’s the scariest thing.”

Source: GQ.com

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