Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Olivia Drives Me Wilde
Olivia Wilde has the kind of face that deserves to be plastered on the cover of every magazine. She has the facial features that would be excellent in silent movies. Don’t believe me. See for yourself. Now answer me this. Could you not sit in front of your television for an hour and forty-five minutes just looking at the woman’s face in a silent movie? Her eyes are profoundly passionate and expressive. She could tell an entire story with only her eyes. Her face is flawlessly beautiful and perfectly shaped and proportioned in every single way possible. Her hair – gorgeous, rich, luscious! Wilde is originally a blond but I just can’t picture her with blond hair. Her hair being blond takes away from the intensity of her bewitching, enchanting, enticing sexy eyes. I could get lost in her eyes, I swear I could. But blond or not, her eyes still hold the power. Wilde has been quoted as saying "I'm a natural blonde, but I feel like a brunette. I feel like people treat me now how I should be treated. People used to be shocked, when I was blond, that I wasn't stupid. I used to get these comments that I swear people thought were compliments. Like, 'Oh! You're smart!' - like they couldn't believe it." Above the neck as I have so fittingly stated is flawless. So what about the rest of her? The woman’s body is impeccable. She’s immaculately attractive. She’s dazzling. She’s elegant. She’s sumptuous. Is she hot! She’s scorching! She is titillating! If you get too close to her, you will need to take off all your clothes. She was in the room when Nelly came up with the lyrics for Hot In Here! She’s blazing! Come to think of it, I get feverish if I look at the pictures for too long! She is a walking inferno! Don’t ever leave anything flammable anywhere near her path; it would be a recipe for disaster. What! Wait! Is it Friday? It’s gotta be right? Hottie Friday? Have I gotten my days mixed up? Where am I? What time is it? Oh damn; I need help. How will I ever blog on Friday? It’s a hell of a challenge but I’ll do my best. No it’s not Friday. Yes – Wilde is definitely deserving of a spot on my Hottie Friday list! This is me trying to make up for not having time to blog for the past couple days and at the same time giving props to a beauty who is absolutely deserving. I hope this is sufficient and that I will be forgiven. Additionally, I have no idea how the rest of the week will go; time on my hands as I knew it has ceased to exist. I do think that Olivia is woman and hot enough to make up for an entire week (or at least 4 days of not posting don’t you?) She holds dual citizenship (American and Irish) and has had the desire to act since the age of two. She comes from a highly talented family of journalists. Her mom LeslieCockburn is a 60 Minutes producer and journalist, her father Andrew Cockburn is an Irish journalist. Her parents along with two uncles are contributors to the political website CounterPunch.org. She has an aunt who is a mystery writer (Sarah Caudwell) and a grandfather who is an Irish novelist and journalist (Claud Cockburn). Wilde attributes her critical and analytical nature to the fact that she has a "strong journalistic streak" because of her heritage. Wilde began her career around 2003 when she was cast in Skin. She made her movie debut in The Girl Next Door in 2004 with fellow cast members that included Elisha Cuthbert and Donna Bullock. She made quite a name for herself when she was cast as Alex Kelly in The O.C. for 13 episodes during 2004-2005. Wilde was a very strong contender for the role of Vesper Lynd in the Bond film Casino Royale but she lost the part to Eva Green. Other film credits include Conversations with Other Women, Alpha Dog, Turistas, The Death and Life of Bobby Z, The Black Donnellys, Fix and most recently and notably FOX’s House. She has two movies that are in post-production phase – In Northwood (drama/thriller) in which she plays a leading role opposite Nick Stahl and The Year One (Adventure/Comedy) alongside Jack Black and Michael Cera. She lists Meryl Streep, Sigourney Weaver, Frances McDormand and Catherine Keener as actresses who inspired her to become and actress. Her career thus far has yielded two award wins along with one additional nomination. In 2006 she won the US Comedy Arts Festival Film’s Discovery Jury Award for Best Actress for Bickford Shmeckler's Cool Ideas and won the Rising Star Award at the Vail Film Festival. In 2008 she was nominated for the Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Breakout Star Female for House. Olivia’s alluring eyes, sexy body and distinct hotness irrefutably drive me wild.