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Olivia Cooke was 'amazed' by Riz Ahmed's Sound of Metal performance

Olivia Cooke found it "amazing" to witness Riz Ahmed's performance as a drummer losing his hearing in 'Sound of Metal'. Olivia Cooke found it "amazing" to work alongside Riz Ahmed in 'Sound of Metal'. The 27-year-old actress plays Lou Berger in the drama flick, which sees her alter ego's drummer...
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‘House of the Dragon’ Character Photos: Olivia Cooke, Matt Smith’s Prince Targaryen, and More

HBO’s highly anticipated “Game of Thrones” prequel “House of the Dragon” has unveiled first look photos of the show’s cast in character. The photograph above features “Sound of Metal” and “Ready Player One” favorite Olivia Cooke opposite Rhys Ifans. Cooke stars as Alicent Hightower, the daughter of Hand of the King Otto Hightower. Alicent is described by HBO as “the most comely woman in the Seven Kingdoms. She was raised in the Red Keep, close to the king and his innermost circle, and possesses both a courtly grace and a keen political acumen.”
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‘House Of The Dragon’ First Look Images: Matt Smith, Olivia Cooke & More Star In The ‘Game Of Thrones’ Spinoff

HBO has had a few false starts when it comes to expanding the “Game of Thrones” universe. After the lackluster (putting it mildly) end of the series a couple of years ago, the network is extra cautious with what series they release next, as it’s clear fans are going to probably enter the deal with a bit of skepticism. This led to the network ditching one spinoff after filming the pilot and switching course to focus on “House of the Dragon.” And now, with the latter entering production, we have our first look at the next iteration of ‘Thrones.’
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Sound of Metal’s Olivia Cooke Embraced Old Hollywood for Oscars Night

On Sunday night, Hollywood reconvened for the red carpet of all red carpets, the Oscars. With a dress code of “inspirational and aspirational,” the Academy Awards invited a return to the high glamour awards season fashion that many have so sorely missed. So despite being 5,000 miles away in London, Olivia Cooke—who this weekend was celebrating her film Sound of Metal’s six nominations—not only took this style mandate on board, but elevated it to the next level.
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HBO’s ‘Game of Thrones’ Prequel is in Production: See Matt Smith, Olivia Cooke, and More Stars Behind-the-Scenes

It’s really happening. Today HBO unveiled some behind-the-scenes photos confirming that the long-awaited Game of Thrones prequel, House of the Dragon, is in production. The first social media pics reveal the star-studded cast’s socially distanced table read (in a very Westworld-like setting?). These early behind-the-scenes photos show fans that House of the Dragon isn’t just on the way, but that HBO is sparing no expense to make the Game of Thrones spin-off in as luxurious and COVID-safe a manner as possible. (And yes, we are pumped to see Prince Daemon Targaryen himself, Matt Smith, taking notes!)
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The Rise Of Olivia Cooke

You'll almost certainly recognise the face: a cherubic thing who’s played teenagers in everything from Bates Motel to Me and Earl and The Dying Girl. For her next role, Cooke is no one’s teen. Instead, she takes on the part of a lifetime alongside Riz Ahmed in Oscar nominated Sound of Metal.
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Olivia Cooke Slips Into Dark Lipstick for a Complicated Spring

All products featured on Vanity Fair are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. It was only a couple of years ago that Olivia Cooke learned how to really scream: a primal, guttural roar set loose from the body, the kind of sound that turns the soul inside out. For her recent role as the withdrawn, hard-driven front woman Lou in Darius Marder’s Sound of Metal, she had six weeks to learn how to play the guitar, operate a loop pedal, and perform the searing noise-rock track that cements the acoustic texture of the film’s opening. On top of all that, she had to tear open a sonic aperture in her petite frame through which she could channel Lou’s raw, dynamic power, the character’s hidden strength.
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Exclusive: Olivia Cooke and Ben Hardy are in big trouble in first-look clip from comedy thriller Pixie and Ben Hardy and Olivia Cooke 'split up during lockdown after their budding romance fizzled out'

Exclusive: Olivia Cooke and Ben Hardy are in big trouble in first-look clip from comedy thriller Pixie and Ben Hardy and Olivia Cooke 'split up during lockdown after their budding romance fizzled out'. Last News:. Ben Hardy and Olivia Cooke 'split up during lockdown after their budding romance fizzled out'...
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Olivia Cooke: ‘Saying you’re good at something doesn’t mean a fairy somewhere is gonna die’

Olivia Cooke swears like a sailor. On our Zoom call, the word “f***” features heavily – yet she looks so cherubic that you’d never imagine she was such a potty-mouthed Mancunian joy. She is dressed in a puffy-sleeved floral number with a wide ruffled collar and her hair loosely pulled back, save a few curls that frame her signature feature: a pair of giant, inquisitive eyes. Directors love isolating her face in the lens, specifically her eyes – whether they’re fixated in terror in 2014’s screamer The Quiet Ones or in a near-constant state of rolling backwards in 2015’s Sundance winner Me and...
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Bel Powley, Naomi Scott, & Olivia Cooke On Their Podcast ‘Soft Voice’ & The Audio Series That Got Them Through Lockdown and Bel Powley, Naomi Scott, and Olivia Cooke's New Podcast Is a Dark Thriller to Devour on the Go

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Bel Powley, Naomi Scott, & Olivia Cooke On Their Podcast ‘Soft Voice’ & The Audio Series That Got Them Through Lockdown

Have you ever felt like there were multiple people in your head, constantly at odds over how you should think and act? If so, you might see – or, more accurately, hear – yourself in Soft Voice, a new dark-comedy thriller podcast that upends much of the conventions of audio-forward art by placing the listener in the role of the protagonist. In Soft Voice, a young real estate agent (Naomi Scott) negotiates her life with Soft Voice (Bel Powley) and Dark Voice (Olivia Cooke), two internal forces that influence her to alternately repress her desires and pursue them recklessly. The experience of listening to Lydia as she tries to damp down these voices and find herself is equally disconcerting and powerful. This week, Vogue caught up with Powley, Scott, and Cooke via phone to discuss Soft Voice, working remotely, and their personal favourite podcasts. See the full conversation below.
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Bel Powley, Naomi Scott, and Olivia Cooke’s New Podcast Is a Dark Thriller to Devour on the Go and Olivia Cooke and Naomi Scott Discuss Self-Tapes and Self-Doubt

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