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admin   /   September 19, 2013

Omelete Entrevista, a brazillian movies news site, was at San Diego’s Comic-Con this past July and interview Elizabeth Olsen and Bryan Cranston about Godzilla. In the interview Elizabeth spoke about her character and about Godzilla, that is set to air May 16th 2014.

admin   /   September 19, 2013

The Classic Stage Company‘s production of Romeo and Juliet,starring Elizabeth Olsen and Julian Cihi, has extended its limited engagement through Nov. 10.

The production, which begins previews Sept. 27 prior to an official opening Oct. 16, had originally been scheduled to run through Nov. 3.

Along with Olsen (Impressionism) and Cihi (The Importance of Being EarnestA Month in the Country), the cast includes Daniel Davis (La Cage aux Folles, “The Nanny”) as Friar Laurence, Emmy Award nominee T.R. Knight (A Life in the Theatre,Tartuffe) as Mercutio and two-time Tony nominee Daphne Rubin-Vega (Rent, Anna in the Tropics) as the Nurse.

Additional casting includes McKinley Belcher III (Benvolio), Stan Demidoff (Paris/Sampson), Harry Ford (Gregory, Friar John, Watchman), David Garrison (Capulet), Anthony Michael Martinez (Prince), Kathryn Meisle (Lady Capulet), Dion Mucciacito (Tybalt) and John Rothman (Montague/Apothecary). Romeo and Juliet is directed by Tea Alagić.

The production will also feature set design by Marsha Ginsberg, costumes by Clint Ramos, lighting by Jason Lyons and sound by Ryan Rumery.

Tickets, a performance schedule and more information are available by calling (212) 352-3101 or visiting classicstage.org.

admin   /   September 17, 2013

A portrait was been released of Elizabeth at Toronto International Film Festival. The picture was shoot by Caitlin Cronenberg for W Magazine.

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admin   /   September 16, 2013

I’ve added to the gallery 3 pictures from Therese’s Q&A that happened during Toronto International Film Festival on September 7th. Thanks to laetitiaechelon for posting the pictures on tumblr.

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admin   /   September 14, 2013

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TORONTO — A proto-noir from the country that gave us the term, Emile Zola‘s novel Therese Raquin offers lust and lies, murder and the bitter knowledge that the thing you want badly enough to kill for might be perfectly repulsive once it’s yours. In a showy adaptation by first-time helmer Charlie Stratton, the story is more glum than seductive — offering surprising sexual encounters, yes, but too little of the slow burn and psychological depth that might have made the Les Mis-meets-Jim Thompson concept get under one’s skin. The cast and production values ensure a certain degree of attention in theaters, but word of mouth will be middling.

Elizabeth Olsen 
plays the title character, who as a child was (shades of the film’s fellow Toronto entrant Belle) sent by a seafaring father to live with her aunt (Jessica Lange‘s Madame Raquin) after her mother’s death. Growing up in isolation with only the aunt and her sickly cousin Camille (Tom Felton) as company, she is eventually forced to marry the sweaty boy and move with the two of them to Paris.

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admin   /   September 13, 2013

Earlier this month it was released a clip from Elizabeth’s upcoming movie Therese. Therese first debuted on Toronto International Film Festival last weekend and is set to come out on theaters September 27.

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