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In Secret
Therese'aunt decides the family will move to Paris and that her son will marry Therese. The joyless life changes when her husband brings a friend home.

Wind River
A veteran hunter helps an FBI agent investigate the murder of a young woman on a Wyoming Native American reservation.

Drunk History
Katharine Wright helps her brothers build an airplane, the Kopp sisters fight to protect their home, and the Fox sisters stoke the spiritualism craze.
Posted on September 21, 2020 / by AliKat in Uncategorized

 

COMIC BOOK – Currently, WandaVision does not yet have a release date. While the series likely won’t be arriving until sometime in December, it was included in a Disney+ trailer last week showcasing the upcoming titles set to arrive on the platform still this year and both the new trailer and this new key art is very exciting for fans, especially considering how much flux entertainment — particularly Marvel offerings — has been in this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Earlier this year, production on WandaVision, Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and Loki were all shut down due to the pandemic, though production on the series reportedly resumed earlier this month.

WandaVision will likely feel much different than previous Marvel Studios projects, considering just how strange its concepts appear to be. Paul Bettany, who plays Vision in the MCU, said earlier this year that the show is

“Yes, I’m back for WandaVision… I am such an admirer of Kevin Feige, he has taken such a risk with the show, and the concept of this show. It’s beautifully written by [Jac Schaeffer] and her staff of writers – and it is f-cking bonkers,” Bettany said. “I mean it’s so out there and nuts, the choices that they are making. And fans will not have to wait that much longer… they’ll much more of an insight, very, very, soon as to what it may look and feel like.”

You can check out the official synopsis for WandaVision below.

“Marvel Studios’ ‘WandaVision’ blends the style of classic sitcoms with the Marvel Cinematic Universe in which Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany)—two super-powered beings living their ideal suburban lives—begin to suspect that everything is not as it seems. The new series is directed by Matt Shakman; Jac Schaeffer is head writer. Debuts on Disney+ this year.”

Posted on May 17, 2019 / by AliKat in Uncategorized

VULTURE – What’s for you will not pass you, according to a lot of quote cards on Pinerest, and the role of Daenerys Targaryen was apparently not for Elizabeth Olsen. At Vulture’s Emmy studio this week, Olsen told us about one of her early auditions, which happened to be for a certain HBO fantasy about ten years ago. “When I first started working, I just auditioned for everything, because I like auditioning. And I auditioned for Khaleesi. I forgot that,” she said. “It was the most awkward audition I’d ever had.” Olsen says she auditioned with a monologue from the end of the first season: “[From] after she just burned. And she’s making this speech to thousands of people about how she’s their queen. They didn’t know if they wanted a British accent or not. So, you did it in both. It was terrible. Anytime someone says, ‘Bad audition story.’ That’s one I remember.”

Now, though, Olsen is as Thrones-obsessed as the rest of us. “I’m just so deep in Game of Thrones that all I can think about is Kit Harington,” she said. “I mean, he’s just brainwashed me.” Welcome to the club!

Posted on November 09, 2017 / by AliKat in Uncategorized

I hope everyone has seen Wind River. If not, make sure you do before you look at these screencaps. Contain spoilers!

 

 

 

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Posted on September 14, 2015 / by Claudia in Uncategorized

In “I Saw the Light,” which premiered Friday night at the Toronto International Film Festival, Elizabeth Olsen plays Audrey Mae Williams, the first wife of legendary country singer-songwriter Hank Williams.

Olsen’s powerful performance portrays Audrey as someone who is strong-centered, but at a certain point, becomes fed-up with her famous husband’s cheating and hard drinking. She ends up divorcing him. Williams (played by Tom Hiddleston) would die tragically at the age of 29.

But, like Hiddleston, who really sings the Williams songs in the movie, Olsen gets to show off her vocal skills, too — but in a different fashion.

Audrey aspires to be a country singer and performs duets with Williams at the gin joints Williams plays at during the early stages of his career.

When Audrey gets increasingly serious about her career and wants to sing with Williams at his radio gigs, things don’t go so well. While belting out the songs in a high-pitched wail, even Williams can’t defend his wife when she’s finally told she can’t continue to perform alongside her husband.

Olsen said singing badly on purpose was a lot of fun.

“It was very freeing,” she told Business Insider. “[Tom] is trying to sound like someone so iconic, I’m trying to sound like someone who it’s even hard to find sound clippings of.”

Though Olsen managed to track down some recordings of Audrey singing, she was able to take liberties in how Audrey would sound.

The bigger challenge was making sure not to make Audrey sound too awful.

“In the movie when she sings in the household and in front of people you can enjoy listening to her, so we had to make sure a general person would think she’s okay,” Olsen told BI. “But when she starts singing for people that work in the industry and who have a musical ear, it had to be like, ‘She’s never going to be successful.’ So that was the balance.”

Olsen is no stranger to singing on screen. She did it in “Very Good Girls,” an indie film in which she co-starred with Dakota Fanning, that was released last year.

But singing badly on purpose in “I Saw the Light” was more fun.

“There’s so much humor in it,” she said. “You need that in a film with a lot of sadness.”

“I Saw the Light” opens in theaters November 27.

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