Added new candids of Olivia shopping in New York City on April 30, 2015. Check them out!




Our girl ranked at this years’ FHM sexiest women alive list. Congratulations!

FHM.com: Wilde by name, wild by nature: pixie-faced sex-landmine Olivia Wilde has a definite dark ‘n’ deadly streak to her that you don’t get with many Hollywood actresses these days. While many doe-eyed young starlets look like they’d struggle to drop an F-bomb or shoo a kitten away if their life depended on it, Olivia seems like the kinda gal who’d pull the pin out of a grenade with her teeth, casually toss it over her shoulder, then slam down three double-shots of tequila purely for the lolz.

That air of twinkle-eyed bad-assery has served her well, earning her rugged-girl roles in The OC, In Time, Rush and Tron: Legacy (and the forthcoming Tron 3). Just don’t expect her to be popping up in any rom-coms, being adorably cute and klutzy opposite a smitten Gerard Butler, because she ain’t cut out for that kinda thing. Thank Christ.




Added new pictures of Olivia at the AOL Build Speaker Series in New York City on April 17, 2015. Check them out!




Added new pictures of Olivia at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival Meadowland Premiere in New York City on April 17, 2015. Check them out!




Critics aren’t going to get an apology out of Olivia Wilde for that photo of her breastfeeding son Otis, featured in a spread in September’s Glamour magazine.

Speaking with HuffPost Live on Friday, the “Meadowland” actress explained the genesis of the picture, for which a Los Angeles Times blogger chastised her for making “motherhood look effortless and easy.”

“They were making a portrait of me for Glamour magazine, and I am a working mother. Shooting a cover shoot for a magazine is work, and during that day my son had to eat, and so I had to feed him,” Wilde recounted. “I thought, if you’re taking a portrait of me, this is part of me.”

The possibility of viral backlash, much of which surrounded her choice to expose herself nursing, never occurred to the 31-year-old.

“I certainly didn’t expect people to be upset at the obscenity of public breastfeeding,” she said. “I was shocked that there were still people who find it inappropriate because they think it’s a sexual thing. I think that says a lot about them.”

But the controversy is just an afterthought for Wilde, who celebrates the positive effect the shoot has had on breastfeeding mothers like herself.

“The coolest thing to come out of that [picture] was all these women who took pictures of themselves breastfeeding in public and tweeted them to me and to the world,” she recalled. “I thought that was really great, and so I was happy to just encourage their awesome movement.”




Added new candids of Olivia leaving an Event in New York City on April 15, 2015. Check them out!




Added new pictures of Olivia at the Tiffany and Co Celebrates The 2015 Blue Book Collection in New York City on April 15, 2015. Check them out!




Added new pictures of Olivia at the Finding Neverland Broadway Opening Night in New York City on April 15, 2015. Check them out!




Added new pictures of Olivia at the Opening Of The Conscious Pop Up Shop in New York City on April 14, 2015. Check them out!




Olivia Wilde will reunite with Garrett Hedlund for Tron 3, the follow-up to the 2010 big screen sci-fi adventure Tron: Legacy, which grossed over $400 million worldwide. Joseph Kosinski will return as director.

Legacy was the second installment in the franchise, coming nearly 30 years after the original computer drama Tron, which starred Jeff Bridges and Bruce Boxleitner and eventually became a cult favorite. Legacy continued the story by introducing the character of Sam Flynn, the son of Bridges’ character, virtual world designer Kevin Flynn. In the film, Sam jumps into The Grid to find his missing father. Wilde played an algorithm named Quorra.

Both Wilde and Hedlund will reprise their original roles. No news yet on whether Jeff Bridges will rejoin the cast, but Bruce Boxleitner is coming back as Alan Bradley.

The screenplay is being written by David DiGilio of the TV crime series Traveler, and Jesse Wigutow, best known for penning the Michael Douglas comedy It Runs in the Family.

Plot details are not being revealed for this Disney feature, but unconfirmed reports indicate the title will be Tron: Ascension, which could be an important clue to the storyline. As Screen Rant speculates: “It would stand to reason that other factions or elements of The Grid world could begin to make the jump into the real world.”

Legacy co-producer Justin Springer will be returning to produce.

Tron 3 is expected to begin filming this fall in Vancouver. The threequel is due to premiere sometime in 2017.