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Welcome to , Elizabeth Olsen Source, your best source for all things related to Elizabeth Olsen. Elizabeth's breakthrough came in 2011 when she starred in critically-acclaimed movies "Martha Marcy May Marlene" and "Silent House". She made her name in indie movies until her role in 2014 blockbuster Godzilla and then as Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff in Marvel's Captain America: Winter Soldier, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Captain America: Civil War, and Avengers: Infinity War. Her recent starring role in Facebook Watch's "Sorry For Your Loss" included her first Executive Producer position. Enjoy the many photos(including lots of exclusives!), articles, and videos on our site!

Gallery: Annual Hollywood Film Awards & “Ingrid Goes West” Screencaps

Tonight Elizabeth attended Annual Hollywood Film Awards and presented her Wind River director, Taylor Sheridan, with the Hollywood Breakthrough Director Award. I’ve also added the screencaps for “Ingrid Goes West” I hope everyone has seen it!

 


 

 

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Press: Tribeca, Chanel Recruit Elizabeth Olsen, Rachel Weisz for Women’s Filmmaker Workshop

THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER – Donna Gigliotti and Dakota Fanning return with Amma Asante, Ilene Chaiken and Mira Nair for the third annual three-day program.

 

Tribeca Enterprises and Chanel’’s third women’s filmmaker program is calling on Elizabeth Olsen, Rachel Weisz, Donna Gigliotti, Amma Asante, Mira Nair and Dakota Fanning.

 

The three-day workshop — titled Through Her Lens and presented in collaboration with Pulse Films and supported by Tribeca Film Institute — will provide five female filmmakers with project support, master classes and one-on-one mentorship. Taking place Oct. 17-19 in New York City, it will cover a range of topics, including script-to-screen development, story structure, casting, finding collaborators, festival strategy, distribution, and working with music composers, costume designers and producers.

 

The program’s master class advisers include writer-director Amma Asante, actor Dakota Fanning, producer Donna Gigliotti, composer Laura Karpman, producer Riva Marker and costume designer Sandy Powell.

 

The jurors include director/producer Mira Nair, producer Paula Weinstein and actor/producer Rachel Weisz.

 

The mentors include producer Caroline Baron, writer/executive producer Ilene Chaiken, writer Leslie Dixon, casting director Ellen Lewis, actor Elizabeth Olsen and producer Celine Rattray.

 

The writing mentors include producer Effie T. Brown, producer Lucy Fisher, president of TriStar Hannah Minghella and director/writer/producer Robin Swicord.

 

“We created Through Her Lens with Chanel three years ago to support and nurture female artists through mentorship and funding,” said Paula Weinstein, evp of Tribeca Enterprises. “Since then, we’ve built a community of incredible women storytellers who recognize how critical it is to discover and empower female filmmakers. We’re excited to welcome this next generation of rising talent to the program.”

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Gallery: Rape Foundation Brunch and “Wind River” Q&A

Elizabeth attended two events on Sunday – the Rape Foundation Lunch and a Q&A for her movie “Wind River”. I’ll probably add more photos tomorrow when I receive them.

 

 

 

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Gallery: Glamour Mexico Scans and Hunger Photoshoot

Unfortunately, I haven’t found the Hunger Magazine scans which will likely include other photos but thankfully we have 3 photos and 1 behind the scenes photo.

 


 
 

 

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Press: Elizabeth Olsen, a fabulous girl

 

The actress confesses and reveals her professional growth, her love status and how she sees her future.

 

GLAMOUR MEXICO – From a young age, Elizabeth Olsen has been building her career. Her effort and dedication have been well rewarded by now occupying a very high (and well deserved) place in the industry. Talking to her was as if she had been in a conversation with a childhood friend. Seriously, since she answers honestly, she is a calm, genuine person, and at first glance her intelligence and her talent are noticed.

 

She is an actress who can move from drama to comedy, transiting through terror and even landing in the area of ​​superheroes, playing Scarlet Witch in the saga of Marvel’s The Avengers (it is a relief to finally see more heroines in that gender). This year she will star in two interesting stories: Ingrid Goes West, next to Aubrey Plaza, and Windriver, a thriller where she acts with Jeremy Renner, also known as Hawkeye, who is also part of The Avengers, whose next installment will be until 2018, with Infinity War.

 

Elizabeth has been able to shape her path, and her success is envisioned increasingly strong and devastating. While we talk, she confesses that she is very excited about this edition of Glamour. “I’ve never been on a cover in Mexico, so I think it’s great to be with you,” she laughs. Very proud of her achievements and happy for all her projects, this was what the heroine of fiction told us (and in reality).

 

I try to ignore fame, but you can deal with it in a responsible way.

 

GLAMOUR: This year looks good to you; you have two movies on the way: Ingrid Goes West and Windriver, could you tell us about them?

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Press: Elizabeth on the Cover of the Upcoming Hunger Magazine

As soon as I get these pictures, article, and scan for this, I will post it! Elizabeth looks very artsy in this shot.

 

 

 

HUNGER TVHunger 13: Meet the Cover Stars

 

Elizabeth Olsen Cover Credits
Photography Nadia Lee Cohen
Stylist Amelian Kashiro
Make-up Rachel Goodwin
Hair stylist Adir Abergel
Hair Stylist Assistant Alex Henrichs
Manicurist Marisa Carmichael

 

Enter our Mad World with Hunger issue 13. See Dakota Fanning, Elizabeth Olsen and Chadwick Boseman as you’ve never seen them before and interviewed on their careers, life and times.

 

Inside, see how Rankin and Dakota interpreted this issue’s Mad World theme with an exclusive shoot in the Hunger studio, read as Chadwick Boseman describes cinema’s capacity to heal the deep social divides in the USA and see Elizabeth Olsen in a Hitchcock-inspired editorial shot by Hunger regular and master of subversive surrealism Nadia Lee Cohen.