posted by • August 29th, 2014 • (0) Comments

Focus Features has released new stills from the upcoming film Kill the Messenger and among them, two of them feature Mary as editor Anna Simmons. Head to the gallery to check out the new pics.

Kill the Messenger will hit theaters October 10 in limited release before expanding later in the month.

posted by • August 20th, 2014 • (0) Comments

The Deauville Film Festival begins on September 5th and among the films having their premieres, Alex of Venice has landed among the list. That said, a new still has been released via the official festival page. Head to the gallery to check out the full-sized photo.

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Also, the Film List has published a new review regarding Faults which you can read here.

 

posted by • August 17th, 2014 • (0) Comments

Flicks and Bits posted new Kill the Messenger stills and one of them features Mary. You can view the still with Mary in the gallery. The film stars Jeremy Renner and hit theaters this October.

posted by • July 30th, 2014 • (0) Comments

Matt Morris, who directed all those great Got A Girl video teasers before Mary’s album was released, has posted several behind the scenes and blogged about how it all came together. Head to the gallery to check out the pics, but also be sure to visit Matt’s site to get all the info on the process. Also, I’ve added a photo of Mary recording an interview for NPR.

posted by • July 23rd, 2014 • (0) Comments

Pret-A-Porter caught up with Mary Elizabeth Winstead to talk about her new album, fashion and style. Check out some of the highlights below and then head to the gallery to check out the great, new pics!

We also see that you’ll be starring in the film Faults. How was working on that?

My husband (director Riley Stearns) and I worked on that film together. I’m so proud of it. He wrote and directed it. I’m in it and produced it as well. It was such a blast to make. We just know each other so well that it was so easy. He’s very, very specific in what he wants, which can be frustrating, sometimes, with directors who are specific and if you don’t understand their vision, that can be hard to get there, but because I know him so well, it was so exciting to know exactly what he had in his head and to execute that. It was really fun to go through that process together.

Sounds like you’re very much into vintage. How would you describe your personal style?

I’ve always been pretty feminine and retro. As I’m getting older, I’m starting to add a lot more elements of menswear and comfort, which maybe just a part of getting older. (Laughs.) I think on one hand, I’m starting to like to look a little more powerful so I like a lot of blazers and boots — things that I didn’t used to wear that I’m starting to venture toward like high-waist pants and suits. For a while there, I had nothing but dresses. I didn’t have any shirts or pants. It was just a closet full of ’50s to ’60s  silhouette dresses. I’ve always been a dress girl, and I think part of it has a lot to do with my body shape, which is suited for dresses that are fitted on the waist and then A-lined out so I’ve always been drawn to that because it’s flattering and I’ve always been more drawn to vintage styles. I’m beginning to own my figure more and I don’t mind myself in pants. I used to be like, ‘I don’t want to show my hips and butt.’ I was so self-conscious, but now I’m like whatever. I’ll even do pajama pants sometimes because you know, they’re not always so flattering, but it’s comfortable and cool.

What’s been your biggest summer splurge lately?

I am working in Vancouver right now and there’s a store called Gravity Pope. I’m working there for four months and I’m planning on going there once a month to splurge on something because it’s this amazing store that has all the best stuff. I got these great Rag & Bone boots there. I’ve been wanting them for a long time, so I was just, like, ‘I’m going to do it.’

How long will you be in Vancouver for and what’s the project you’re working on?

I’ll be shooting there until the beginning of October. It’s called The Return. It’s a 10-episode series from A&E that’s based on a French show. It’s kind of dark, moody and mysterious. It’s about a small town where all these people who have died there start coming back for no reason. They’re not ghosts, zombies or anything. They’re just there and nobody knows why. It’s about their relationships and the consequences of them coming back where they’re not supposed to come back. It’s a lot of good drama.

posted by • July 19th, 2014 • (0) Comments

Thanks to Paige, I’ve added new photo portraits of Mary when she was promoting Alex of Venice at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival. Head to the gallery to check them out!

The third pic is my favorite of the bunch. :)

posted by • July 2nd, 2014 • (0) Comments

Hunger TV interviewed Mary about her debut album I Love You But I Must Drive Off This Cliff Now which will be released on July 22. Check out some highlights from the interview below and click on the link to read the full interview. I also added a higher quality pic of Mary and Dan which you can see in the gallery:

YOU AND DAN THE AUTOMATOR MET ON THE SET OF  SCOTT PILGRIM VS THE WORLD – WHAT DREW YOU TO SPARK UP CONVERSATION? 

I had been a fan of Dan’s for several years, so I was a bit intimidated. I was completely obsessed with Lovage and had been a follower of all his projects. We were at a group dinner, and didn’t say anything until we were all leaving, at which point I walked up and told him I was a big fan, and whisked myself away. We didn’t see each other again until a year later at the film’s premiere. That’s when Dan approached me about potentially working together, which I was certainly not expecting.

YOUR ALBUM TITLE, I LOVE YOU BUT I MUST DRIVE OFF THIS CLIFF NOW, IS PROBABLY THE BEST ALBUM TITLE I’VE HEARD IN A LONG TIME – WHERE DID IT COME FROM? 

Thank you! It started as a joke between Dan and I. We were writing a song and laughing about how melancholy the lyrics were, and sort of making fun of ourselves. So that became a joke about the album and that just stuck. And I’m glad, I love it.

YOU SEEM TO HAVE MOVED SEAMLESSLY FROM AN ACTING TO SINGING CAREER – WAS THERE EVER A POINT WITH DAN THE AUTOMATOR WHEN YOU FELT THE IMMENSE PRESSURE OF HIS PRIOR MUSICAL SUCCESS AS YOU WERE JUST STARTING OUT? 

The way we made this album was so low pressure, so low key. We never really had a plan of how we were going to release it or if we were even going to release it! I always trusted that Dan would only keep going if he felt the music was good, and that really calmed any fears I had previously about how I would be perceived. If we like it, that’s what matters. And hopefully other people will as well.

ON YOUR WEBSITE YOU SEEM TO BE GEARING UP TO LAUNCH A RANGE OF WINE, PERFUME, BUBBLE BATH AND EVEN OLIVE OIL. ARE YOU LOOKING FOR PEOPLE TO RECREATE THEIR OWN GOT A GIRL LIFESTYLE?

Yes! Dan and I see this project as a bit of a meeting of the minds between the two of us. Bringing all of our likes and interests together. So we’ve worked with some really interesting people to create some small batch, hand made products. We’re sort of holding up this lifestyle but also taking the piss out of it.  It’s sort of ridiculous for us to have our own olive oil, but that’s what’s fun about it.

posted by • June 26th, 2014 • (0) Comments

Video teaser #10 for Got A Girl has arrived, this time letting everyone know that the more Got A Girl olive oil you pour on your salad, the better it’ll taste. Head to the gallery to check out the pics, and be sure to check out the video below. Remember, the debut album will hit stores on July 22. You can pre-order the album on Amazon or iTunes.

posted by • June 25th, 2014 • (0) Comments

The latest Got A Girl teaser features Mary and Dan the Automator chowing down on the finest of edible gold. Head to the gallery to check out the screen-caps and be sure to check out the video below.

posted by • June 24th, 2014 • (0) Comments

The Digital Fix caught up with Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Dan the Automator, the duo that make up Got A Girl, where they talked a little of how the group came together:

“It was really serendipitous. Dan was looking to do something that was inspired by yé-yé girls, Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin, all of that – which, at the time, I was thoroughly engrossed with myself. So it was quite perfect.”

“It was a meeting of the minds. A kindred spirit kind of thing,” added Nakamura.

The album will be out July 22nd. Additionally, live UK dates will be announced soon!

You can also check out a pic in the gallery.

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