Another Fix of Olivia Wilde

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Olivia Wilde - Dr. Remy Hadley/"Thirteen":"Olivia Wilde has starred in an array of comedic and dramatic roles. Wilde recently wrapped production on the futuristic thriller "Tron Legacy" directed by Joseph Kosinski.

Trailer for Tron Legacy (aka Tron 2, Tr2n). Coming in Disney 3D in 2010. Starring Jeff Bridges, Garrett Hedlund, Olivia Wilde, Bruce Boxleitner. Directed by Joseph Kosinski.

TRON: Evolution is an action/adventure game being created for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PLAYSTATION 3 computer entertainment system and Windows PC. Developed by Propaganda Games, Disney Interactive Studios' action and role-playing game studio in Vancouver, British Columbia, TRON: Evolution is scheduled for release in Holiday 2010 before the "TRON: Legacy" film arrives in theaters.

Wilde was seen opposite Jack Black in the biblical-era comedy "Year One." Previously, Wilde starred in and produced "FIX", the story of documentary filmmakers who race all over California to help out a relative. Emile Hirsch with Olivia Wilde discussing bed malfunction issues in "Alpha Dog" (2006).

Wilde also co-starred opposite Bruce Willis, Emile Hirsch and Justin Timberlake in the film "Alpha Dog", based on the true story of Jesse James Hollywood.
She previously won Best Actress at the Aspen Film Festival for the independent feature "Bickford Schmeckler's Cool Ideas."On stage, Wilde starred in Epic Theatre Center's Off-Broadway production of "Beauty on the Vine." On television she co-starred in the drama "The Black Donnellys", created by Paul Haggis". Source:

Olivia Wilde in "Lucky" Magazine photoshoot, January 2010.

"I find myself constantly pretending I'm a chic Parisian," says the L.A.-based actress. "I even dream of buying a Balmain jacket with really sharp shoulders. If I can pull off that look, I will have succeeded, at least partially, in my quest." Here, the 25-year-old divulges some of her favorites—pieces that are easygoing, sophisticated, and of course, très belles".

"Fix" is shot as a faux-documentary in which Bella (Wilde) and Milo (Ruspoli) trek across Los Angeles in a treacherous effort to get Milo's heroin-addicted brother (Shawn Andrews, Pickford of "Dazed and Confused" fame) into rehab before he misses a court-ordered deadline and ends up in the slammer. The idea was based on Wilde's suggestion that they create a film around Ruspoli's charismatic real-life brother."I said, 'Is there one day in his life that you can remember that might make a great movie?' " Wilde explained. "And [Tao] said, 'Yeah, there's one day.' And it was this day that really happened."
Olivia Wilde and her husband Tao Ruspoli, director of "Fix".

Despite the tight filming schedule, Wilde refused to give up the opportunity to work with her husband. "What makes a great relationship is when you really admire and respect the other person and when you can be inspired by them, and if you create something together, those are some of the most magical times in a relationship," she said. "If you can work on anything together, you can really appreciate the gifts the person has to offer."

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Olivia Wilde at Spike TV's 7th Annual Video Game Awards in LA, on 12th December 2009.