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3-year-old Instagram star Scout dresses up as her favourite female icons / Scans of OUT's May 2017 issue

Today we would like to introduce you to 3-year-old Instagram star Scout Penelope Larson from Niceville, Florida, who has almost 48,000 followers and dresses up as her favourite female icons in order to cope with her grandmother's breast cancer diagnosis. In a recent article for Bored Panda, her mother (and personal photographer) Ashley wrote about why she chose to start these photoshoots which are spread using the lovely hashtag #ScoutStoleMyStyle:

The project all started when Scout's grandma, her Nonnie, was diagnosed with breast cancer. We were looking for a way to keep our minds busy during a really hard time.

When Nonnie's hair started to fall out, Scout got very concerned and I wanted to put both of our minds at ease. I needed to teach her and remind myself that women are fighters! We chose famous & fierce women to teach her about the strength that women have.

We had put together a list of people to shoot and I taught Scout a little bit about each person. We then chose the photo we wanted to replicate together. We worked on the project for a little under a year - throughout the diagnosis, treatment, and mastectomy surgery.

Nonnie was diagnosed with breast cancer in April of 2016 and she had 6 rounds of intense chemo from June to September that year. After she had finally regained some strength, there was another bump in the road… a double mastectomy.

Scout was learning first hand just how amazing and strong women can be. So we just kept shooting. We planned that at the end of it all, we'd make a picture book for both Scout and Nonnie. We made sure to pick a few of Nonnie's favorites as well, like Ellen. And Scout has a list of her Disney heroes we're shooting as well!

The entire project was such a godsend for Scout and myself. And showing my mom the end result- priceless. Every single minute I spent planning, styling, shooting, and editing was 100% worth it.

This project has probably taught me just as much or more than it taught my daughter. I truly want Scout to be able to look back at this and know that women are just as strong as any man. And to be quite honest, my fingers are crossed that by the time she's old enough to understand the strength she's portraying- women won't be seen as delicate and dainty anymore, anyway. And I hope that when Scout looks back on this, she is proud of who she is and who she will become.

Although Scout has emulated so many amazing people, I fiercely encourage her to become exactly the person she wants to be. No matter what, I think she's amazing.

Oh and Nonnie? She is cancer free! So of course.. she had to get in on the photos, too! She is such an inspiration and we are so lucky to have her in our lives! You're our hero!

Source: boredpanda.com

In the photo posted below, Scout recreates James Dimmock's 2007 photoshoot with Ellen Page for Entertainment Weekly. Thanks for being you, Scout! We are sure that women of the world will definitely appreciate it!

Scout recreates 2017 Entertainment Weekly Photoshoot featuring Ellen Page

We have also added scans of Out Magazine's May 2017 issue featuring the Ellen Page cover to our gallery. Make sure to check them out and read the complete cross interview between Ellen and Janet Mock!

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Date: 05/31/2017 - 21:14:27 Posted by Dominik
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Filming for Killer Films' »Mercy« continues in Clifton, Cincinnati

Kate Mara and Ellen Page have resumed filming Killer Films' romantic drama »Mercy« and were spotted on Telford Street in Clifton, Cincinnati yesterday. Lydia Randall Stec, owner of Lydia's On Ludlow, snapped photos of the two actresses hanging out with locals near her cafe where they have both eaten food since shooting began.

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(Photo courtesy of Lydia Randall Stec via WCPO)


Date: 05/18/2017 - 13:20:15 Posted by Dominik
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New movie still from »The Third Wave« / Hollywood QCast podcast with Ellen Page and Ian Daniel

Bloody Disgusting has released a brand new image of Ellen Page in David Freyne's post Zombie era drama »The Third Wave«, which is currently heading to the Cannes market and is expected to premiere in the second half of the year.

Ellen Page - The Third Wave

Earlier last week, Ian Daniel and Ellen were once again guests on journalists Trish Bendix and Jim Halterman's Hollywood QCast podcast to talk about »Gaycation United We Stand« and how we can keep our head above water in these troubling times of hatred, violence and Donald Trump. Have a listen to the episode here!


Date: 05/03/2017 - 23:07:07 Posted by Dominik
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»»» Ellen Page Online – Happy 11th Anniversary – April 30, 2006 - April 30, 2017 «««

11 years ago we started something that can be considered the most extensive and updated as well as longest-running website dedicated to Canadian actress Ellen Page. It goes without saying that we are very proud of what has been achieved over the last decade. However, on a day like this we actually don't want to dwell on the past, but rather turn our eyes to the future. We are aware the current web presence is a bit outdated and seriously needs an upgrade. That is why we are working on a complete new version as announced in the anniversary posting in 2016. Some of you might say that not much has happened since then - which is partially true, but also can be easily explained as not all steps taken can clearly be seen from the outside. While we are switching over to a CMS (Content Management System, and no, it won't be Wordpress), it is necessary to get familiar with the framework including all its features, plugins, peculiarities, template and layout files in order to build a basic structure and make a general design before moving and integrating all the existing content. This in turn requires a lot of planning, creative spirit and last but not least time with everything taking place during our leisure. Although we can't give you a precise date on when the new website will be online and we prefer the line of a famous game publisher 'It's done when it's done', we hope we will be finished with most of the work and can present the fruits of our labor in the second half of the year before Ellen Page's new movies start premiering at various events.

We also would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to all our fans and companions for your longstanding and continuing loyalty and support, to the people who regularly visit the website, take the time to read our latest postings and not just stop by to grab the new images from the gallery in order to reuse them without giving any kind of credit, to all Ellen Page addicts who honestly see and appreciate all the dedication, time and effort that is put into this project, to all our followers on the social networks who interact with us, spread the word and share our content, to all companies and agencies who greatly supported us like Elevation Pictures/TARO PR that provided us with tickets on occasion of the theatrical release of »Into the Forest« in Canada last year and finally to the person this website is dedicated to for being a steady source of joy, encouragement and inspiration!

EPO - 11th Anniversary - April 30, 2017

To celebrate today's special event and keep up with the tradition we established last year, we have put together a massive gallery update and added 218 images from Ellen's recent photoshoots including 89 quality upgrades (higher resolution) and 129 brand-new and never seen before outtakes! We hope you enjoy this update and that you continue to stay with us on this wonderful journey! In this sense, Happy 11th anniversary and we look forward to the next 11 years!

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Germany/Canada - April 30, 2017


Date: 04/30/2017 - 14:59:06 Posted by Dominik
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Ellen Page effortlessly reprises her on-screen role as Juno MacGuff at live-read event

Director Jason Reitman assembled an all-female cast to live-read the Oscar-winning »Juno« script at the Theatre at the Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles last Saturday, with all proceeds going to Planned Parenthood. Ellen Page and Jennifer Garner reprised their original roles as Juno MacGuff and Vannesa Loring, the woman who eventually adopts the baby. The two were joined by Alia Shawkat as Paulie Bleeker, Issa Rae as Juno's outspoken best friend Leah, Kristen Wiig as Mark Loring, Tig Notaro as Juno's father Mac and Tracee Ellis Ross as Juno’s stepmother Bren.

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While the reading at the 1600-seat venue was a predictable triumph, the evening began with a pair of surprise performances from the film's platinum-selling soundtrack. Barry Louis Polisar sang the unofficial theme "All I Want Is You" and Kimya Dawson performed six of the album's tracks in total, commencing with "Tire Swing".


Reitman, who was reading the directions, admitted feeling "really emotional" and took a moment to compose himself before introducing writer Diablo Cody with the words: "Thank you for changing all of our lives with this movie." Onstage, Cody revealed to the auditorium, "I actually tried to get a small role in this film when it was made, and I am such a bad actress that even this person [eyeing Reitman] who I think genuinely loves me was like ‘No.’." She also told Vanity Fair at the event's after-party, held on the theatre's mezzanine entryway, that she auditioned on tape to play the abortion clinic specialist who memorably offers Juno boysenberry-flavored condoms, the same ones that "make my boyfriend's balls smell like pie." Reitman made the right call, she continued.

Even so, one personal regret from the film has been "haunting her for years." "In a way I feel like I had a responsibility to maybe be more explicitly pro-choice, and I wasn't," Cody said. Although she also "never attempted to hide" her values, "I think I took the right to choose for granted at the time. Something that's disturbed me over the years is people perceiving Juno as an anti-choice movie. It was very healing for me tonight to have a representative from Planned Parenthood stand up there and say that she supported the narrative". Ultimately, the main character's decision not to have an abortion was due more to Cody's "personal peccadillos" than "any moral conundrum." "I'm afraid to give blood, so I could see myself freaking out in the waiting room of an abortion clinic," she confessed.

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Evelyn Garcia over at The Poly Post wrote a great recap of the evening, which we would like to share with you here as well:

'Juno' 10th anniversary live read for a good cause
Evelyn Garcia, A&E Editor - Monday, April 10, 2017 9:33 pm

Most people remember and love the film “Juno,” about the witty outcast teenager (Ellen Page) who faces an unplanned pregnancy with her best friend and admirer, Paulie Bleeker (Michael Cera). The film’s unique approach to the topic, alongside delightful humor and great performances, garnered it much attention and even an Oscar win for writer Diablo Cody for best original screenplay. It’s been 10 years since then, so in honor of the film’s anniversary, director Jason Reitman decided to put together a live read as he has with other films, this time to benefit Planned Parenthood. For five years, Reitman presented live-read shows for various films and believed he wouldn’t return. That is, until President Donald Trump won the election. Reitman gathered an all-star, all-female cast to live-read the script at the theater at the Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles Saturday, with all proceeds going to Planned Parenthood.

In the weeks leading up to the event, Reitman used social media platforms to encourage people to donate, attend and enjoy the evening during a difficult and uncertain time under a new administration. Information tables with merchandise, donation boxes and forms to sign up to volunteer at Planned Parenthood were lined up inside the venue as attendees mingled before the show.

The night began with Barry Louis Polisar playing the recognizable “All I Want is You” from the Juno soundtrack. Cheers erupted as the audience sang along. Immediately following, Sue Dunlap, CEO of Planned Parenthood Los Angeles, walked on stage. She addressed the need for the audience to stand up for Planned Parenthood, and then requested they literally stand up as she explained the important services the organization provides. Dunlap posed the question, “If not now, when?” multiple times to drive the point home on the importance behind taking action. “We will not go back,” Dunlap shouted over applause. The audience was then treated by another performance, this time by Kimya Dawson, who sang “Tire Swing,” another song on the soundtrack and a fan favorite.

Reitman joined the stage and echoed the importance of ensuring Planned Parenthood is supported, saying Juno had a choice, referring to her initial decision in the film to get an abortion, then ultimately putting her baby up for adoption. Ellen Page and Jennifer Garner effortlessly reprised their original roles as Juno MacGuff and Vannesa Loring, respectively. The two were joined by Kristen Wiig as Vanessa’s husband Mark (originally Jason Bateman), Alia Shawkat as Paulie Bleeker, Tig Notaro as Juno’s father Mac (J.K. Simmons), Tracee Ellis Ross as Juno’s stepmother Bren (Allison Janney) and Issa Rae as Leah (Olivia Thirlby), her outspoken best friend.

As Reitman narrated the script, the hilarious women stole the show, even pausing in between scenes as the audience and they themselves couldn’t contain their laughter. In a particular scene where Juno is explaining how her father named her after the Greek god Zeus’ wife, Page hesitated as she said she “was supposed to be super beautiful but really mean...kind of like Diana Ross.” Real-life daughter Ross interrupted, asking Reitman why it wasn’t left out of the script as the room erupted in laughter. Such candid moments occurred throughout the night, reminding the audience it was an unrehearsed live reading, but still beyond entertaining to watch. As Page strung along with a guitar accompanied by Dawson, the show ended with herself and Shawkat singing “Anyone Else But You.” Nostalgia filled the room as Garner and Wiig motioned for the audience to sing along, reminding everyone how Cera and Page did so sweetly in the film 10 years ago. This time, however, it was led by a group of talented women supporting a good cause in order to encourage others to do the same.

Source: thepolypost.com


Date: 04/10/2017 - 12:20:08 Posted by Dominik
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