Mary Attends COS x Dia Art Foundation Dinner Event

Last night in Los Angeles, Mary attended the COS x Dia Art Foundation LA VIP Dinner at the Kayne Griffin Corcoran gallery where COS celebrated its ongoing partnership with the Dia Art Foundation. At the dinner, she met up with friends Kate Mara and Jaime King. I’ve added a few photos of her so just click on the thumbnails below to view them!

Mary Attends the 2018 Women in Hollywood Event!

Earlier this week, Mary attended the 25th Annual ELLE Women In Hollywood Celebration in Los Angeles. She has attended this event a couple of times over the years, so it’s always great to see her at this event and see what she ends up wearing! While there, she posed with actress Kate Beckinsale. Head to the gallery to view over 60+ images. Enjoy!

Mary’s ‘Off Camera’ Photo Shoot and Clips

On Monday night, Mary’s episode of ‘Off Camera with Sam Jones’ aired on the Audience Network and I’ve added the photo shoot Mary did to the gallery. You can watch some of her clips below but if you want to watch the whole thing, you can do so on the Off Camera site. You can also listen to a podcast version of the show. She looks SO gorgeous in the photos. I love them!! During her interview, she revealed she almost quit acting in her 20s, how she chooses her roles, and how she viewed acting first as a kid and then as an adult.

Mary Appearing on ‘Off Camera with Sam Jones’ Next Week

Mary will be sitting down to appear on the interview show Off Camera With Sam Jones and her interview will air Monday night at 9pm ET/PT on The Audience Network, which is available on Direct TV and if you have ATT U-Verse. Be sure to check you listings to see if you can watch it! You can head to the gallery to see a stunning shot Sam took of Mary after her interview and watch a preview below!

Mary Visits ‘Last Call with Carson Daly’ and ‘Late Late Show with James Corden’

Mary did two talk show appearances on the same night and appeared on both ‘Last Call with Carson Daly’ and ‘The Late Late Show with Carson Daly’ on Tuesday to promote her film All About Nina. Paige added screencaps to the gallery which you can view by clicking on the thumbnails below.

The Late Late Show with James Corden



Last Call with Carson Daly

 

Mary Attends NYC SAG-AFTRA Screening of ‘All About Nina’

Yesterday, Mary attended the New York City SAG-AFTRA screening of her film All About Nina, which is in theaters TODAY in select cities in New York as well as Los Angeles. Head to the gallery to check out the new photos.

In related news, Mary bought out two theaters, one in New York and one in Los Angeles for survivors (or allies of survivors) to attend a free screening. Both will be tomorrow morning and you can find more information here and get your tickets online here.

Mary Attends the AOL Build Series for ‘All About Nina’

Mary was in New York today to attend the AOL Build Series to talk about her new film All About Nina. While there, they also tried to get some info out of her about landing the role of The Huntress in DC’s Birds of Prey, but she just said she was very excited. Be sure to head to the gallery to see new candid shots of her arriving at the studio!

AOL Build portrait

Mary in New WWD Photoshoot

Mary looks absolutely lovely in a new feature for WWD! Aside from a new photo shoot, Mary discussed her new film All About Nina and how she chooses her projects. Be sure to head to the gallery to check out the pics. The photos were taken by Dan Doperalski. Also, a huge thanks to Eden for the additional photos!

 

On working with ‘comedy consultant’ Jamie Loftus and writer/director Eva Vives for the film:

“The three of us would get together in the mornings any day that I was doing a stand-up scene and we would go over it, collaborate and come up with new stuff, and rework old stuff,” says Winstead. “The little bit of comedy that I’ve done has always been mostly with men, so this was a really fun way to do comedy where you’re just sitting with two other women and there’s no feeling of, ‘oh well, good try, you’re not as funny as the guys.’ Which is usually what you feel in a room full of guys when you’re trying to be funny. So it was really liberating to be working on comedy with women only.”

On how the film fits into the #MeToo movement:

“It’s interesting in some ways because we did have some jokes and things in there initially that we had to take out because they’ve kind of been blown apart by what is in the news — like I actually did a bit about Louis C.K.,” Winstead says. “At the time that we shot it, it was really sort of scary because no one had actually come out; there had been a little talk and rumors about him but the articles and the exposé about him hadn’t come out yet. Ultimately Eva took it out because now we’re not really saying anything new by doing a joke about Louis C.K. So certain things like that; it was interesting how much changed from the time we shot it to the time now that the movie’s coming out.”

On choosing projects:

Either a story grabs me or it doesn’t. It’s pretty simple. And I think beyond that, I’m also looking at the types of people I want to work with and the types of stories I want to tell, and if there’s something that is needed or valid in our time at the moment — I think it’s important for me not to just make things for no reason,” she says. “I think I’m just trying to find stories to tell that mean something to me, and mean something to the people making it, and then will hopefully mean something to the people watching it.”