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Steven Spielberg’s ‘Ready Player One’ Finds Female Lead in Olivia Cooke

Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow are behind the movie, which adapts the best-selling sci-fi novel by Ernie Cline.

Olivia Cooke, who starred in Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, has nabbed the female lead in Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One and is in negotiations.

Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow are behind the movie, which adapts the best-selling sci-fi novel by Ernie Cline, and is in the thick of searching for its stars.

The story is set in a virtual world called Oasis, in which a teenager finds himself competing in a treasure hunt against ruthless foes after the game’s founder dies and offers his fortune as the grand prize.

Spielberg has been reading actors in Los Angeles and New York with the hope of finding both the male and female leads at the same time. That hasn’t happened and the hunt for the male continues, though Cooke rose to the top after tests that included Elle Fanning and Lola Kirke (Mozart in the Jungle, Gone Girl).

If a deal is made, Cooke would play the teen’s love interest and competitor, a Canadian blogger named Sam whose name in the virtual world is Art3mis.

Warners had no comment, and calls to Cooke’s representatives, Gersh and Luber Roklin Entertainment, were not immediately returned.

Spielberg is producing with Donald De Line, Kristie Macosko Krieger and Dan Farah.

The role is major breakthrough for Cooke, a rising talent who’s been working mostly in the indie world, while also appearing on A&E’s Bates Motel. She received a big career boost with Dying Girl, the indie that won the Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year and was picked up Fox Searchlight.

While the movie wasn’t the hit the studio hoped for, it lifted Cooke’s profile as one of the key actresses of the new generation. Not only did it put her into contention for Spielberg’s latest tentpole, but her name has surfaced as being on the shortlist for one of the Star Wars movies.

Source: The Hollywood Reporter

September 12, 2015        Posted by Ann        0 Comments        News , Ready Player One

Her stories make you laugh and her rooted-in-reality performances make you cry. Meet Oldham’s finest, actress of the moment Olivia Cooke…

When it comes to choosing film roles, actress Olivia Cooke has two rules. 1) ‘Would I actually want to watch this?’ 2) ‘Is this a well thought out character?’ Answer no to either and Olivia’s out. ‘I don’t want to be hanging out alone while the boys get all the cool stunts,’ she explains. ‘I’d go crazy. I need a challenge.’

This year, many women have echoed her manifesto with Rose McGowan calling out sexism in auditions, Patricia Arquette’s Oscar speech rallying for equal pay for women and Emma Thompson mocking ‘roles that involve saying to a man, “Please don’t go and do that brave thing. Don’t! No, no, no!”’
The difference is, Olivia is 21. She isn’t a household name and she hasn’t experienced decades of inequality, but what she’s saying, in her Oldham accent and through a butter-wouldn’t-melt smile, is “Don’t mess with me.”
Sticking to her guns has paid off. Currently starring in Bates Motel [a TV show watched by millions worldwide], she’s had Teen Vogue editorials and sat front row at fashion week. Her new film Me And Earl And The Dying Girl wowed audiences at Sundance, but it’s taken hard work to be able to call the shots.
In fact, her career used to be more sofa beds and spring rolls than red carpets. ‘My first job was this DFS commercial, I did fuck all!’ she remembers. ‘I sat on a sofa holding a toy. Then I was a background singer to Jason Donovan and Coleen Nolan in an Iceland advert.’
Frozen food’s loss, Hollywood’s gain. In the movie The Quiet Ones she played a girl possessed by demons, and in Bates Motel her character tries to stay afloat while battling cystic fibrosis. But Rachel in Me And Earl And The Dying Girl is her most testing part, playing a student diagnosed with leukaemia.
You might expect what follows – hospital visits, crippling nausea and hair loss giving way to baldness. But then there’s the less obvious, equally crushing obstacles – friends with no clue what to say, unwelcome well-wishers delivering condolence cards, a ridiculous surplus of flowers and grapes. It’s during these moments that her unlikely friendship with Greg [Thomas Mann] turns from comedic partnership to lifeline, although if you’re thinking this is where the romance kicks in, you’ll be disappointed. As Olivia’s proven, she’s not up for playing pretty and falling in love faster than you can say ‘romcom’. ‘It’s not good enough having a “really powerful female role,”’ she says, in a mocking voice. ‘She has to have layers. I don’t want to play anything two-dimensional.’
Rest assured, her performance is far from flat. From getting to know leukaemia patients to shaving her head, Olivia put her all into the role. ‘The hair thing was an easy decision,’ she says. ‘I didn’t want to come across as false. Even with the best make-up artist in the world, you can always tell if it’s not real.’
Me And Earl And The Dying Girl also gained her new BFFs in her co-stars. Away from filming, Olivia, Thomas and RJ Cyler, who plays the ‘Earl’ in the title, took trips around Pittsburgh. Olivia’s favourite was ‘when we hired a boat, but we needed a pee, so we jump in and I’m trying to concentrate when I hear this “Boo!” – I’m like, “Thomas, get away! I’m trying to pee!” He totally ruined my wee!’
These stories come out a lot. From being chased by policemen [‘It wasn’t a good night unless it ended with a police chase!’] to discussing her haunted flat – ‘This guy crawled over me and then introduced me to his friend, a weird, cold girl. Maybe it was a dream?’ – Olivia’s sense of humour is hilarious and unfaltering.
She’s alone in New York for the next month, so I ask her the plan. ‘I’ve been walking around smiling and trying to make friends,’ she says. ‘I’ve got this mentality, it’s like when you start school – if you smile, you become best friends.’
Grinning at strangers isn’t a conventional way of meeting people, but Olivia doesn’t do things by the book, and if she can handle haunted houses and pursuing cops, it sounds like a stellar plan to us.


Source: ASOS

September 7, 2015        Posted by Ann        0 Comments        Interview , News , Photoshoots

New photoshoots of Olivia for ASOS Magazine, have been added to the photo gallery. Enjoy it!

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(x4) – Studio Photoshoots > Photoshoots from 2015 > Session #16 – ASOS

September 7, 2015        Posted by Ann        0 Comments        Photos , Photoshoots

Spotlight on Olivia Cooke, star of Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

The talented 21-year-old actress from Oldham is a tragi-comic tour de force in the highly acclaimed new comedy drama Me and Earl and the Dying Girl.

‘I didn’t ever want Rachel to be seen as a victim or a tragic character – I wanted her to be this beacon of strength and heart,’ said Olivia Cooke of her role in Me and Earl and the Dying Girl
Who is she? Still only 21, this talented young actress from Oldham has quietly been making a name for herself. After impressing as a traumatised girl alongside Sam Claflin in last year’s horror flick The Quiet Ones, she now plays the female lead in highly acclaimed new comedy drama Me and Earl and the Dying Girl. TV fans will also recognise her from dark drama series Bates Motel, with Freddie Highmore.
Big break Me and Earl was a sensation at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, scooping both the Grand Jury Prize and the Audience Award. Olivia plays Rachel, an American teenager with leukaemia who forms an unlikely friendship with two boys from her school. The film is quirky, funny and moving – think a platonic The Fault in our Stars meets (500) Days of Summer.

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl was a sensation at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, scooping both the Grand Jury Prize and the Audience Award
The groundwork Olivia researched her role rigorously, meeting with a teenage cancer patient and doctors. ‘I didn’t ever want Rachel to be seen as a victim or a tragic character – I wanted her to be this beacon of strength and heart,’ she says. ‘But at the same time I did want her illness to be realistic.’ Shaving her head, she says, ‘was the best thing I did to get into the character. I thought it would be really disrespectful, because the movie’s so honest, if you saw me wearing this big, bulky bald cap.’
Fast fact Aged 17, she got a piggyback from Harry Styles in a One Direction tour video, making her the envy of teenage girls everywhere – except perhaps her own mates: ‘None of them likes their music, so I think it was more embarrassing than it was cool…’
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl is in cinemas now.

Source: Daily Mail UK

September 7, 2015        Posted by Ann        0 Comments        Interview , News

‘Star Wars: Episode VIII’ Shortlist Includes Gina Rodriguez, Tatiana Maslany, Olivia Cooke

Rian Johnson is directing the sci-fi sequel, which Disney and Lucasfilm will release on May 26, 2017
Golden Globe winner Gina Rodriguez (“Jane the Virgin”), Golden Globe nominee Tatiana Maslany (“Orphan Black”) and “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl” star Olivia Cooke are considered the top contenders for the new female lead in Rian Johnson‘s “Star Wars: Episode VIII,” multiple individuals familiar with the casting situation told TheWrap.
Insiders insist it’s early in the casting process and that Johnson is still auditioning actresses, with several rising stars yet to read for him. Others suggest that Johnson is narrowing down the field and that Rodriguez, Maslany and Cooke will be among a group of girls slated to chemistry-read with “The Force Awakens” star John Boyega before the end of the month.

A representative for Disney declined to comment. The studio will release the sci-fi sequel on May 26, 2017. Ram Bergman is producing the film with Lucasfilm’s Kathy Kennedy, and production is expected to start early next year.

Oscar winner Benicio del Toro is nearing a deal to play the villain in “Star Wars: Episode VIII,” for which plot details remain unknown. However, the Internet has taken it upon itself to speculate that Han Solo’s daughter could be introduced in the film. Rodriguez starred in the acclaimed indie drama “Filly Brown” before landing the title role on the CW’s “Jane the Virgin,” for which she won a Golden Globe. She has demonstrated she can play a strong female lead, and she next stars opposite Mark Wahlberg and Dylan O’Brien in Peter Berg‘s action drama “Deepwater Horizon.” Maslany was a finalist for the lead role in “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” though the coveted part ultimately went to Felicity Jones. Still, Maslany must’ve made a strong impression on Disney and Lucasfilm executives to be back in the mix for “Episode VIII.” In addition to playing multiple characters on “Orphan Black,” Maslany recently played the younger version of Helen Mirren‘s character in “Woman in Black” and wrapped the indie movie “Two Lovers and a Bear” with Dane DeHaan. Cooke stars on “Bates Motel” and drew widespread acclaim for her impressive performance as a young cancer patient in “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl,” which won both the Grand Jury Prize and the Audience Award at Sundance. She has been in demand ever since, and is in the mix for the female lead in Steven Spielberg‘s “Ready Player One.” She’ll continue to showcase her range as a teenage prostitute in the indie drama “Katie Says Goodbye.”

Source: The Wrap

September 3, 2015        Posted by Ann        0 Comments        News

Steven Spielberg’s ‘Ready Player One’ Eyes Elle Fanning, Lola Kirke and Olivia Cooke for Lead

IIn addition to being on the shortlist for a leading role in Star Wars: Episode 8, rising star Olivia Cooke is also on a shortlist for another major upcoming film: Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of Ernest Cline’s nostalgia-driven novel Ready Player One. Cooke is currently in contention for the role along with Elle Fanning and Mistress America newcomer Lola Kirke.

Kind of a big day for shortlists, as The Wrap reports that the three actresses are in the running to play the leading role in Ready Player One. Cooke is best known for her roles in Bates Motel and Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, while Kirke recently broke out with a leading role in Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig’s Mistress America. Fanning, meanwhile, has a ton of upcoming projects, including the transgender teen drama About Ray, Nicolas Winding Refn’s The Neon Demon, and Ben Affleck’s Live by Night.

Ready Player One takes place in the year 2044, when the creator of a virtual utopia known as OASIS dies and bequeaths his empire to whichever player can successfully complete a treasure hunt. The novel is built entirely on nostalgia and pop culture references — particularly video game references — making it a bit of a tricky adaptation given the various licensing hurdles involved.

It also doesn’t seem like the sort of movie that would attract Spielberg, as it’s the kind of movie that would be directed by someone trying to ape Spielberg’s work. It’s a bit surprising that the director has yet to back out of the project, but with the casting process already begun it appears that Spielberg is still very committed.

Source: Screen Crush

September 2, 2015        Posted by Ann        0 Comments        News , Ready Player One

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl actors Olivia Cooke, Thomas Mann and RJ Cyler talk friendship, funny film remakes and good deeds with our Jasmine.

August 31, 2015        Posted by Ann        0 Comments        Interview , Me and Earl and the Dying Girl , Videos

I’ve added high quality portraits of Olivia from the Locarno Film Festival to the gallery.

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(x5) – Studio Photoshoots > Photoshoots from 2015 > Session #14

August 28, 2015        Posted by Ann        0 Comments        Photos , Photoshoots

Olivia Cooke at Apple Store: Covent Garden on August 19, 2015. Thanks to Melfan who donated the pictures to me.

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August 24, 2015        Posted by Ann        0 Comments        Me and Earl and the Dying Girl , Photos , Public Appearances

Olivia Cooke: ‘Mysterious and quirky characters are more alluring’

Oldham girl Olivia Cooke delivers a powerful performance playing terminally ill Rachel in the indie hit Me and Earl and the Dying Girl. Here she talks about life in New York, shaving her hair and why she dislikes ‘sexy girl roles’

I walked past a shop the other day, a really beautiful shop, that was dedicated to just hot sauce,’ Olivia Cooke is telling me, in wide-eyed astonishment and a rich, rolling Lancashire burr. The 21-year-old actress, born and raised in Oldham, has been living in New York for only five weeks and is revelling in the randomness of its retail outlets. ‘I love it here,’ she enthuses. ‘But you do see some really ridiculous things.’

You may not yet be wholly familiar with the young Briton, but chances are you very soon will be. Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, in which Cooke plays Rachel, a teenager with terminal cancer, premiered to a standing ovation at the Sundance Film Festival in January, and won the Grand Jury Prize, in no small part thanks to Cooke’s powerful but understated performance.

The film’s director, Alfonso Gomez-Rejon, can’t praise her highly enough. ‘I want the world to know who she is, but at the same time, I want to keep her for myself,’ he gushes. ‘She has an amazing instinct, a naturalness and an authenticity to her performances – I believe everything she does.’

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, as its bleakly irreverent title suggests, is not some predictable, romantic weepie, but a tragi-comic tale of a platonic friendship between Rachel and Greg (played by Thomas Mann). ‘Nearly all my friends are boys, and that’s something I often don’t understand in films,’ Cooke says. ‘There’s always that sexual tension, [as if] the only reason the guy is doing something for the girl is because he wants a gratuitous snog at the end of the film. That’s not what happens in real life.’

It is a hot, humid Saturday afternoon when Cooke and I meet at a restaurant in Manhattan’s East Village. She arrives in Doc Marten boots and a black playsuit, refreshingly unfiltered, straight-talking and self-deprecating from the start. ‘I feel like I’ve gained new sweat pores. I’m sweating in places I’ve never sweated before,’ she laments.

Tucking into a hearty bowl of chicken tagine, she confesses that career opportunities have meant a rather nomadic lifestyle of late, and she had been itching to put down some roots. ‘I’ve never really lived anywhere apart from my mum’s house. And it’s been three years of moving around all the time, living in hotels, and I wanted to settle,’ she says. She decided on Park Slope, a well-heeled Brooklyn neighbourhood, where hot-sauce shops can support a trade. Moving to America full-time was not in her game plan until a few months ago, however, when she filmed the forthcoming Katie Says Goodbye, another independent production, in which she stars as the title character, a 17-year-old waitress stuck in a small Arizona town, who turns to prostitution.

‘Doing Katie Says Goodbye really changed my life and who I wanted to be,’ she says. ‘I’d always thought I’d move to London and make my life there, but everyone I met on that film lived in New York, and they were the most creative, generous people I’d ever met. I thought, if my being in New York helps me meet more people like that, I want to be there.’

Cooke also has a regular television gig, as Emma Decody in the US-made series Bates Motel, and this autumn will be shooting the film adaptation of Peter Ackroyd’s novel Dan Leno and the Limehouse Golem, alongside Alan Rickman and Douglas Booth.

She has a New York-based boyfriend, a fellow actor, but is unwilling to talk about him. ‘I don’t think he’d like that. I’m helping friendly relations between Britain and America though,’ she jokes. ‘But it’s quite hard – he’s in a play at the moment, so we’re on this weird theatre schedule. I see him on Mondays, or at night for nine hours when we are both sleeping.’

To me, she seems admirably self-sufficient, striding around New York solo at 21, but she confesses to finding it lonely. ‘I have a tough time doing things on my own. I get really miserable. I hate my own company,’ she says simply, without self-pity. ‘I came to New York with a seven-year-old’s mentality, thinking that if I just smiled at people, they’d be my friend, like at Kids’ Club in Majorca, and I’d have a whole gang by the end of the week,’ she says, laughing.

Research for her role as Rachel in Me and Earl and the Dying Girl included visiting a cancer ward in Los Angeles, to meet a 16-year-old girl suffering from leukaemia and awaiting a bone-marrow transplant. ‘I didn’t want to go in asking questions like, “How do you feel? Do you expect you’ll make it?’’?’ Cooke says. ‘So we just talked about pop culture. She had all these One Direction pictures on the wall, so I told her about being in this ridiculous video for them [in 2012, she appeared in the video for Autumn Term, as a student getting a piggyback from Harry Styles], and it was her doctors I talked to about the nitty-gritty.

‘I felt like a bit of an idiot,’ she admits. ‘These people are living it, and I was there saying, “I’m playing a girl who has cancer in a film.” It sounds ridiculous.’ She pauses. ‘I suppose everything does when you put it all into context.’

It was the teenage leukaemia sufferer who asked Cooke if she was going to shave her head for the film. ‘I hadn’t really thought about it until that point,’ she admits. After a few days pondering the options, she emailed Gomez-Rejon. ‘I said, “Bald caps look so shit. Let’s just shave my head.’’ It was weird. When I shaved it off I looked like a greyhound,’ she says with a laugh.

‘I thought it would grow back really fast and in five months I’d have a bob.’ She tugs at her still-gamine crop and raises an eyebrow. ‘This is a year on…’ (She does, however, wear a $10,000 wig in Bates Motel, for continuity reasons.)

Growing up in Oldham, with a sister five years her junior, Cooke didn’t see too many films, she admits, apart from blockbusters such as Titanic and teen fare like 13 Going On 30. ‘I didn’t know what the Criterion Collection [a video distribution company specialising in classic and contemporary films] was until I met Alfonso,’ she admits. ‘He’s been introducing me to a lot of films.’

Cooke’s father is a retired police officer now working as an attendance officer at her former secondary school, while her mother is a sales representative for a food manufacturer. She is not entirely sure where the acting gene came from. ‘I tried gymnastics and ballet, but nothing really stuck,’ she recalls. ‘And then, at eight, I found the Oldham Theatre Workshop and [discovered] I just loved performing. That stuck for almost 10 years.’

She makes no attempt to dress up the details of her early CV. ‘I got a local talent agent in Manchester, and did a few cringey adverts and some modelling jobs,’ she says. At 18 she was cast as Christopher Eccleston’s daughter in the television drama Blackout, her first professional acting role. At the theatre workshop, however, her classmates were auditioning for drama school, so Cooke did too, and made it to the final round for Rada.

‘It was a horrible auditioning process,’ she tells me. ‘There was a voice teacher who singled out me and this girl from Wigan because we both had northern accents. He told me to run on the spot while I was reading a monologue, and he was thumping me on the back really hard. I knew then that I hadn’t got in,’ she says.

The day she got her rejection letter, though, she also heard that she had won the role of Jane Harper, a young woman apparently possessed by a violent demonic spirit, in the supernatural thriller The Quiet Ones, alongside Jared Harris and Sam Claflin. It is an intense performance in a film that is as exhausting to watch as it must have been to act in, but Cooke didn’t see it that way.

‘I was 18. It was my first film, and only my third ever job,’ she says. ‘I was barefoot and running around in knickers and a white smock the whole film. In-between scenes, we would sing songs from West Side Story – it felt like we were a travelling theatre company or something.’ She was also made up to be bruised, battered and bloody on a daily basis, and her co-star Claflin has commented on Cooke’s comfortableness with ‘playing ugly’.

There were several further outings in the horror genre – namely Ouija and Bates Motel – and she says she was keen to avoid becoming pigeonholed. ‘When Me and Earl came along, I was so relieved,’ she says. ‘I don’t want to scream at imaginary objects any more.’

Nor, however, is she keen to be considered for what she calls the ‘sexy girl roles’. ‘I’ve never acted in that way, I’ve never been like that. I think characters who are mysterious and quirky are so much more alluring than a girl who has just got it all out on show,’ she says.

There will, though, be plenty on show in the forthcoming Katie Says Goodbye. ‘It was wonderful. I had no inhibitions, and by the end of the film I was like: everyone should be naked, all the time,’ Cooke says. ‘It sounds pretentious, as an actor, to talk about “being in the moment”, but I don’t think I’d ever really known what it felt like until I did this movie and could truly let go of any insecurity or inhibitions I had with my body.’

While Cooke is incredibly proud of the film, she has already warned her mother not to watch it. Has her family always been supportive of her rather non-linear career? ‘Erm… in some ways,’ she says. ‘There was a period of about two months after I got my second job, on [the 2012 BBC television miniseries] The Secret of Crickley Hall, when I didn’t work at all, and my mum was panicking. She understands it all much more now, and is very proud. And she’s the person I call at one in the morning.’

We head to the subway and catch a train back to Brooklyn together, Cooke having eschewed offers of a car service to take her home. ‘I don’t understand why some actors and actresses get too big to do certain things,’ she says. ‘I think it’s really important to do normal things – still go down the shop to get milk – so you can play normal people. How else are you going to be convincing, as a policeman, for example, if you don’t integrate? And no one gives a shit here anyway, about who you are, or what you’ve been in. And even if they did care, they’d never let you know.’

New York, we conclude, is quite like the north of England in that sense. Except, as Cooke points out, her accent seems to give her some currency here. ‘I’ve always felt a bit embarrassed by my accent before, and felt I’d maybe be at an advantage if I was more plummy,’ she confesses. ‘But people here seem quite charmed by it.’
I’d say it is far more than the accent that they are charmed by.

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl is released on September 4

Source: Telegraph UK

August 23, 2015        Posted by Ann        0 Comments        Interview , Katie Says Goodbye , Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

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