Olivia Cooke Central STAFF   April 18, 2021

A day with actor Olivia Cooke from Oscar nominated “Sound of Metal”, wandering in her very own cinema.
An absurd daydream directed by Scandebergs for Soho House April Lead Feature, 2021.

We meet the Sound Of Metal actor at Electric Cinema in Notting Hill ahead of the Oscars. She gives us the lowdown on solo cinema trips, gaming, and maintaining a healthy sense of the absurd

Like many of us, Olivia Cooke is looking forward to the end of lockdown. Unlike many of us, she had something of a practice run for this tumultuous last year while filming Little Fish, a movie about an airborne pandemic that causes people to lose their memories. ‘It felt so different making it and so far from reality that [at first] I didn’t even put two and two together,’ she says when asked about its uncanny prescience. Next, she appeared in the multi-award-nominated Sound Of Metal playing Lou, the girlfriend of a heavy metal drummer (Riz Ahmed) who loses his hearing. She’s also set to begin filming Game Of Thrones’ prequel House Of The Dragon.

Given such a busy schedule, is she still anticipating some fun this summer? Absolutely. ‘I’m never going to say no to anything again,’ she says forcefully.

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Olivia Cooke Central STAFF   February 25, 2021

A conversation with writer-director Darius Marder, actors Riz Ahmed, Paul Raci, Olivia Cooke, Chelsea Lee, Domenico Toledo, and actor/ASL coach Jeremy Stone. Moderated by Alison O’Daniel, a visual artist and filmmaker who is currently in production on her feature film, The Tuba Thieves, which is supported by Ford Foundation JustFilms, Sundance, Field of Vision, SFFILM, and Creative Capital. Presented by Film at Lincoln Center.

Olivia Cooke Central STAFF   February 19, 2021

We love having this Cooke in our kitchen! The wildly talented Olivia Cooke is on Couch Surfing to discuss her new film, ‘Little Fish,’ and to look back at her roles in projects like ‘Bates Motel,’ ‘Ready Player One,’ ‘Sound of Metal,’ and more!

Olivia Cooke Central STAFF   February 07, 2021

Executive producer-lead actress Olivia Cooke (soon to be seen in the highly anticipated GAME OF THRONES prequel series) and acclaimed actor Jack O’Connell chat with Brief Take’s Charles Trapunski about their new film LITTLE FISH, how they feel in America versus the UK, what they’ve been watching lately, and what they’ve really missed during the COVID time.

Olivia Cooke Central STAFF   November 24, 2020

Opening in theaters and on demand February 5

Director: Chad Hartigan
Starring: Olivia Cooke, Jack O’Connell, Soko

As a memory loss virus runs rampant, one couple fights to hold their relationship together before the disease can erase all memory of their love in this sweeping sci-fi romance.