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July 25, 2017 • 0 Comments

“Ready Player One” stars Ben Mendelsohn, Tye Sheridan, Olivia Cooke, T.J. Miller, author Ernest Cline, and screenwriter Zak Penn break down the film’s pop-culture treasure hunt.

July 23, 2017 • 0 Comments

I have added 1 HQ portrait from Entertainement Weekly with Olivia and the cast of Ready Player One

July 23, 2017 • 0 Comments

Warner Brothers opened their Hall H Panel with a look at Ready Player One.
The panel discussion included Ernest Cline, Zak Penn, T.J. Miller, Ben Mendelsohn, Tye Sheridan, Olivia Cooke, and Steven Spielberg

July 22, 2017 • 0 Comments

November 09, 2016 • 0 Comments

Olivia Cooke, 22

“I would have felt like such a phony wearing a big, obtrusive bald cap, so I was like, ‘Just f—ing shave my head,’ ” recalls the English actress of her feature breakout as a cancer-stricken teen in the 2015 Sundance winner Me and Earl and the Dying Girl. With A&E’s Bates Motel — in which she stars opposite Freddie Highmore — set to end after its fifth season, Cooke has a handful of indies coming up, including Anton Yelchin’s final film, Thoroughbred. But in 2018 comes the big one: Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One opposite Tye Sheridan.

What made me want to act: Titanic

Reading my reviews: “I say that I never will, but then, of course, in a really sadistic, masochistic moment in my room on my own I will.”

And box office? “No, I don’t understand. What is it, ‘tracking’? How’s it tracking? It’s like, how do you know? It hasn’t come out yet! I don’t get it.”

Best advice you’ve received: “‘Have an extraordinary career and a very normal life.’ I never want to be too famous to where I can’t go to the corner shop and get a pint of milk.”

Millennials, in a word, are: “Accepting.”

Source The Hollywood Reporter

September 11, 2016 • 0 Comments

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY – What’s it like to audition for one of Hollywood’s preeminent filmmakers? Olivia Cooke found out first hand, after going through the process to star in Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of Ernest Cline’s Ready Player One.

“I auditioned in New York for the casting director, then was flown over to L.A. to read with Spielberg, and mix and match with a bunch of boys over two days there. Then I was flown [back] to New York,” Cooke said at the PEOPLE / EW / InStyle Portrait Studio during this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, where she was promoting the films Katie Says Goodbye and The Limehouse Golem.

The actress, who broke out in last year’s Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, said the audition was covered in a “veil of secrecy.” She was later given the script to read at the casting director’s office. “She said, ‘It’s looking good for you, that’s the reason why I wanted you to read the script. Do you like it?’ I’m like, ‘Of course I do!’”

Cooke found out she scored the role three days later, she said, while doing laundry. “I’m just like, ‘What is my life?’ It’s bizarre.”

Due out on March 30, 2018, Ready Player One tells the futuristic story of a virtual universe created in a world crumbling because of economic and environmental trauma. Cooke stars alongside Tye Sheridan, Mark Rylance, T.J. Miller, Ben Mendelsohn, and Simon Pegg, among others. It’s set to be Spielberg’s next film, following this year’s The BFG.

“I think what I’ve learned with Ready Player One is patience and being durable and being prepared for anything,” Cooke said. “Because when you’ve got a tiny, tiny movie, your schedule is set. That you have to make these scenes on that day, we can’t go over. There’s no money to go over. On this big studio movie, there could be five units going on at once.”

Watch the full interview with Cooke above.