Olivia Wilde

actress and director of "Booksmart"

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Olivia Wilde on KCRW

Olivia Wilde’s directorial debut, “Booksmart,” centers around two smart best friends who have devoted their high school years to getting into a top college.

In ‘Booksmart,’ an attempt to redefine high school labels

Olivia Wilde’s directorial debut, “Booksmart,” centers around two smart best friends who have devoted their high school years to getting into a top college.

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WEB EXCLUSIVE: Actress Olivia Wilde stops by to discuss her role as a grief stricken mother in the drama Meadowland.

Olivia Wilde: Meadowland

WEB EXCLUSIVE: Actress Olivia Wilde stops by to discuss her role as a grief stricken mother in the drama Meadowland.

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