posted by Jennifer • May 8th, 2012 • Comments Off on 15th Annual EIF Revlon Run/Walk For Women

The photo gallery at Olivia Wilde Source has been updated with 596 high quality and MQ images of Olivia Wilde participating in the 15th Annual EIF Revlon Run/Walk For Women on May 5th.

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posted by Jennifer • May 7th, 2012 • Comments Off on House 8×21 Promo – “Holding On”

House Season 8 Episode 21 Promo/Preview “Holding On”.

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posted by Jennifer • May 7th, 2012 • Comments Off on “House” 8×21 Still

The photo gallery at Olivia Wilde Source has been updated with 1 photo of Olivia Wilde from episode 8×21 of “House” titled “Holding On”. The episode is set to air next week, May 14th!

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posted by Jennifer • May 7th, 2012 • Comments Off on Olivia Wilde In “7 Minutes In Heaven” Video

Olivia Wilde is featured in the new episode of “7 Minutes In Heaven” – watch it below!

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posted by Jennifer • May 7th, 2012 • Comments Off on Tribeca Film Festival Photos

The photo gallery at Olivia Wilde Source has been updated with 944 high quality and MQ images of Olivia Wilde attending various events during the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival in New York City in April.

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posted by Jennifer • May 2nd, 2012 • Comments Off on Revlon Commercial On Set Photos

The photo gallery at Olivia Wilde Source has been updated with 11 images of Olivia Wilde filming a new Revlon commercial in New York City earlier today.

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posted by Jennifer • May 2nd, 2012 • Comments Off on Interview: Olivia Wilde Produces Baseball in the Time of Cholera

When Olivia Wilde comes into the studio, and sits down, her light-green cat’s eyes settle on you with a steady gaze and a mix of curiosity, intelligence, and sensuality. When she speaks about the people of Haiti, her face flushes with tenderness. Her voice is low, measured, and always just a moment away from a throaty laugh. She goes to Haiti often, despite its current cholera epidemic, and is planning another trip shortly after our talk.

Olivia’s career is in a thrilling “Wilde brush fire” phase. After roles on The O.C. and The Black Donellys, she was chosen to play the character nicknamed “13” on HOUSE, opposite Hugh Laurie, starred in Cowboys & Aliens with Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford, TRON: Legacy with Jeff Bridges and Michael Sheen, and currently has six films in post-production. Wilde truly loves Haiti, believes in the cause she speaks for and lends her whole self, not just, as many celebrities do, her name. Her beauty is complete, both inner and outer.

Olivia has teamed up with friends and fellow visionaries David Darg and Bryn Mooser to produce their film, Baseball in the Time of Cholera. What started out as a film about Haiti’s first little league team, a small and personal story, soon took on international importance as a cholera epidemic quickly infected over 500,000 Haitian people.

And the story became even larger. At first it was uncertain what was causing the deadly and quickly spreading illness — Haiti had never before suffered from cholera — but it soon came to light that the Nepalese troops with the UN peacekeeping force had allegedly been dumping their sewage into the largest river in Haiti.

The irony is starkly painful: the UN has a budget of $800 million to help keep peace in a country that hasn’t seen a war in over 50 years, but it is widely believed that as a direct result of the UN’s actions, thousands of innocent civilians are now dying from a cholera outbreak.

The film begins on an intimate level, showing us Haiti’s first little league team. We see the excitement of the boys, the happiness on their beautiful faces, and a genuine love of the game, just like little boys all over the world. But before long, the innocence of a child’s love of sports is interrupted by the only outbreak of cholera Haiti has ever seen. And very quickly, it is rampant and dire. The victims are living by a huge river, but none of it is safe to ingest, and these people are literally dying of thirst. It is tragically reminiscent of The Rime of the Ancient Mariner: “Water, water, everywhere, but not a drop to drink.”

When the film begins, we meet our 14 year-old baseball team pitcher Joseph, who says proudly, “I love my life,” a statement he’s so passionate about that he has actually written it on his wall. Surprising news, given that he’s taking us on a tour of the tent he lives in with 11 other people, with a single cement latrine, ever since the earthquake. Joseph is happily displaying for us why his life is beautiful, and the reason is that he still has the people he loves most around him: his parents, and sisters, Cindy and Lovely.

Eventually there comes a moment in the film where we see that Joseph’s face has changed entirely. His mother has died violently, and in a matter of days, of cholera. And, immediately, we know two things: the first is that even though he’s only 14, he’s no longer a boy; his childhood has ended abruptly and forever. And the second thing we know is that he may never write down the phrase “I love my life” again. Or at least not for very long time. It’s absolutely devastating.

As Joseph, who is technically still a child, (his favorite object is a little baseball statuette from Toronto) talks about how much he knows his mother loved him, and how hard she worked making jewelry to keep their family afloat, his grief overtakes him. And even though he’s trying so bravely to hold them back, he gives in to hardened sobs, right there in front of the camera. It’s impossible to watch, and not sit there and cry with him.

There is an enormous lawsuit led by human rights lawyer Mario Joseph against the UN for their alleged responsibility in the cholera outbreak for hundreds of thousands of Haitian victims. But how do you make reparations to the dead?

Read the full article »

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posted by Jennifer • May 2nd, 2012 • Comments Off on Olivia Wilde #53 On FHM’s 100 Sexiest Women In The World List

Olivia Wilde has placed #53 on FHM’s 100 Sexiest Women In The World list for 2012!

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posted by Jennifer • May 1st, 2012 • Comments Off on “People Like Us” To Premiere At The Los Angeles Film Festival

“People Like Us” is set to have its world premiere at the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival as a part of its “Summer Showcase” series!

Dreamworks Pictures’ People Like Us will have its World Premiere amongst the Summer Showcase screenings. The film is directed by Alex Kurtzman, written by Kurtzman and Roberto Orci and Jody Lambert, and stars Chris Pine, Elizabeth Banks, Olivia Wilde, Michael Hall D’Addario, Philip Baker Hall, Mark Duplass and Michelle Pfeiffer. In a story inspired by true events, Sam (Pine), a twenty-something, fast-talking salesman, is tasked with fulfilling his estranged father’s last wishes – delivering an inheritance to a sister he never knew he had. Dreamworks Pictures will release the film on June 29, 2012.

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posted by Jennifer • April 28th, 2012 • Comments Off on Olivia Wilde Switches Roles & Talks Baseball With Ben Lyons

Olivia Wilde has a stunning face that is recognizable wherever she goes. Emerging on the scene originally as an actress/fashion model, most people are used to seeing her front and center.

But Olivia has been gradually switching gears, taking on a new role behind the scenes as a producer/filmmaker.

Creating a lot of buzz at Tribeca’s Film Festival for her production in her second documentary Baseball In The Time of Cholera, this seems to be another role that is fitting Olivia quite well.

Last year, she produced a documentary close to her heart, Sun City Picture House, which follows a young Haitian Man trying to pursue what he loves after the destruction of the earthquake.

But this year, Olivia expresses that this documentary is more so of “a call to action” as opposed to just a documentation, as it shows how cholera arrived in Haiti through the UN Mission. It is also a personal story about a little league pitcher who’s contracted the disease and how it’s affected him.

GlobalGrind’s Ben Lyons spoke with Olivia in depth about the documentary and how much it really means to her.

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