Olga is featured in the May issue of InStyle UK, looking gorgeous modeling some great looks for the spring. There is also an accompanying interview where she discusses The Water Diviner, A Perfect Day and growing up in Ukraine.
With a huge thanks once again to my friend Lora, I’ve updated the gallery with over 150 photos of Olga in attendance at last night’s Jameson Empire Awards in London. Doesn’t she look incredible?
With thanks once again to Lora, I’ve updated the gallery with over 130 photos of Olga looking incredibly beautiful at the photocall for The Water Diviner, held on Friday in Madrid–the last stop on the European press tour for the movie.
With huge thanks to my lovely friend Lora, I have added 136 gorgeous photos of Olga attending the Madrid premiere of The Water Diviner on Thursday evening. Enjoy!
With many thanks to my friend Lindsey, I have added scans of Olga in the latest issue of Glamour to the gallery.
VARIETY – Olga Kurylenko will star opposite Spanish actor Jordi Molla in the thriller Duelo, which will mark the English-language directing debut of Molla and Giuseppe Ferlito.
Duelo is produced by Picturesque partners Guy Moshe and Matthew G. Zamias alongside Olga Segura.
Molla and Ferlito also wrote the script, which centers on a famous actress whose fiance was viciously attacked and fell into a coma. Years later, she finds herself trapped by her fiance’s attacker.
Segura recently produced The Truth About Emanuel, starring Jessica Biel and Kaya Scodelario, as well as Cate Blanchett’s upcoming directorial debut The Dinner. Moshe wrote and directed Holly and Bunraku, which Picturesque also produced.
Kurylenko recently appeared opposite Russell Crowe in The Water Diviner and will star along with Morgan Freeman in the upcoming thriller Momentum.
Molla will be seen next in Marvel’s Ant-Man and In the Heart of the Sea. He directed three Spanish language features: God Is on Air, Cinemart and 88.
THE NATIONAL – Olga Kurylenko didn’t have to audition for Russell Crowe’s directional debut, The Water Diviner.
The former Bond girl clearly must have caught the Gladiator star’s eye on screen – they had never met before, but Crowe sent her the script and asked which character she wanted to play.
“I think it was a joke, because there’s not many female characters in the film,” says the actress, who was in the UAE earlier this month for the film’s premiere at Dubai International Film Festival.
And that was how the former catwalk model came to play Ayshe, Crowe’s love interest in an epic story of a grief-stricken father’s journey to bury the sons he lost in Gallipoli, while fighting for the Allies against the Ottoman Empire during the First World War.
However, there were still a few more obstacles to clear.
“He said, ‘Do you speak Turkish?’, and I was like ‘I can learn’,” adds Kurylenko with another laugh. “It was a lot of responsibility for me, and a big challenge. I was thinking mainly about Turkish people, because I knew for everyone else it would sound great.”
Best known for her roles in action movies such as Oblivion and Hitman, as well as the 007 adventure Quantum of Solace, Kurylenko sank her teeth into the more dramatic role of a widow working at an Istanbul hotel that acts as the base for Crowe’s character, Joshua Connor. Naturally, her young, fatherless son is drawn to the grieving father.