Olivia Wilde On “Emirates Woman” Magazine

Just weeks removed from the theatrical release of her latest film “People Like Us”, Olivia Wilde garnered herself a little overseas exposure by covering the July 2012 issue of Emirates Woman.

The 28-year-old actress brought her sophisticated charm to the magazine scenic spread while dishing about everything from her Revlon gig to having no regrets about her divorce from ex Tao Ruspoli.

On being a spokeswoman for Revlon:
“I’ve always admired Revlon and their commitment to giving women the confidence and tools they need to feel beautiful, both inside and out. Creatively, Revlon has never been afraid to push the envelope, which is important to me. It’s exciting to join a company with a big heart and big ideas.”

On being in such a competitive industry:
“The main hurdle that sums up all the others is how to understand and accept learning rejection.”

On getting divorced from Tao Ruspoli:
“The mark of a good marriage is partnership and feeling inspired by your spouse. The end is not necessarily the tragedy. Living unhappily, that is the tragedy. We’re friends; his family is my family.”

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Olivia Wilde remembers her uncle, writer Alexander Cockburn

Alexander Cockburn, a longtime columnist for The Nationand uncle of actress Olivia Wilde, has died at age 71.

TV’s House and Tron: Legacy star tweeted about her relative’s death today. She wrote:

My uncle, the brilliant, kind, and hilarious Alexander Cockburn, passed away last night. He was my friend, and my hero. RIP Uncle Al.

Cockburn’s co-editor at the political newsletter CounterPunch, Jeffrey St. Clair, said his colleague died Friday in Germany after a two-year battle with cancer, reports the Associated Press.

Born in Scotland and raised in Ireland, he was the son of the British novelist Claud Cockburn and brother to Wilde’s father, Andrew Cockburn. In the 1970s and ’80s Alexander Cockburn wrote for the Village Voice. At one time, he also wrote for the Wall Street Journal.

In another message today, actress Wilde shared personal memories of her beloved uncle via Twitter:

He taught me how to make coffee in a jar, how to listen to LPs, how to ride a horse through a river, and how to drive a classic with love.

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“Baseball in the Time of Cholera” Now Online

The film “Baseball in the Time of Cholera” in which Olivia Wilde was an executive producer is now available to watch online!

Visit undeny.org to see the film and sign a petition to stop Cholera in Haiti.

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Olivia Wilde On “Madison” Magazine

Olivia Wilde is featured on the cover of the August 2012 issue of “Madison” magazine in Australia. Its available now, so make sure you grab a copy!

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Olivia Wilde Joins “Drinking Buddies”

Olivia Wilde, Ron Livingston, and Jake M. Johnson have joined Anna Kendrick in the improvised comedy Drinking Buddies.

The story centers on Chris (Ron Livingston), a man who becomes flirtatious friends with a woman (Anna Kendrick). Their relationship quickly spirals into something Chris never expected. No details were given for Olivia Wilde and Jake M. Johnson’s characters.

Joe Swanberg (V/H/S, A Horrible Way to Die) is directing, with Andrea Roa, Alicia Van Couvering, Sam Slater and Paul Bernon producing.

No production schedule was released, although shooting will likely have to start soon, before Jake M. Johnson goes back to work on Season 2 of the Fox comedy series New Girl.

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Biography & Charity Pages Update

Small update for today, I have updated our biography and charity pages with new information! I’ll be working on getting the filmography page up to date next!

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