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Friday
Jun082012

Twins of the Famiest Fame

we're celebrating twins daily at 2:22 pm while the stars are in Gemini

Is it rude to be so publicly excited that Elizabeth Olsen has arrived and is destined to completely surpass her older (twin) sisters? Not in fame of course, but when you consider that talent is hardly indicative of fame who cares.

This week I saw Elizabeth's onscreen debut in Peace Love and Misunderstanding (filmed before Martha Marcy May Marlene which we obsessed over plenty last year) in which she plays Jane Fonda's granddaughter.

Fonda own the movie (duh) though it should probably be noted that she has the easiest and the showiest role to play as the sexually uninhibited permissive pot-smoking hippie grandma. But just as in MMMM Elisabeth is beautiful to look upon: creamy flawless skin, understated acting, and the potential for greatness flickering constantly in those enormous eyeballs.

Pssst. More on Fonda and this movie real soon.

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There's always gonna be an element of rude/pettiness to it but until Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen turn in work a tenth as strong as Elizabeth's in MMMM - who was screwed over for an Oscar Nomination and win, IMHO - then I don't see much wrong in enjoying her rising prominence in the acting world.

June 9, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterDaniel Armour

Daniel -- i wonder how many people are discovering MMMM after the fact and going "holy hell"... i haven't heard how it's doing on DVD/BLURAY

June 9, 2012 | Registered CommenterNATHANIEL R
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