Olivia Wilde wears a Led Zeppelin T-shirt with green suit as she is mobbed by fans in NYC... just days ahead of the release of her new movie Booksmart
Her new movie Booksmart, for which she makes her directorial debut, will be released on Thursday.
And the film has already received rave reviews, which may be why Olivia Wilde was smiling when she stepped out for a Today Show appearance on Tuesday in NYC.
The 35-year-old beauty was mobbed by fans wanting to get photos.
Trendsetter: Olivia Wilde cut a trendy display when she stepped out to promote her new film, Booksmart, on the Today Show in New York City on Tuesday
Olivia showcased her smart style with a dark grey Led Zeppelin statement T-shirt underneath her ensemble.
She teamed the look with a forest green colored suit set that saw high rise pants further showcase her toned and trim physique.
The Hollywood starlet further added to her 5'7" physique with a pair of platform velvet strappy sandals of a similar color.
Bringing the drama! Olivia showcased her fun yet smart style with a dark grey Led Zeppelin statement T-shirt underneath her ensemble
Olivia, is that you? And while Olivia stole the show walking along the footpath, it appeared as though a man behind her was trying his best to take a look at who the star in front of him was
Olivia's blonde ombre tresses were styled out into loose waves, falling effortlessly on the tops of her shoulders.
Her glam was kept natural with a sweep of blush on her cheeks, a nude lip and her subtle cat-eye.
And while Olivia stole the show walking along the footpath, it appeared as though a man behind her was trying his best to take a look at who the star in front of him was.
Lead roles: Olivia's first directional film, Booksmart, will star Beanie Feldstein and Kaitlyn Dever
Booksmart revolves around two overachieving high school seniors played by Beanie Feldstein and Kaitlyn Dever.
On the day of graduation, the pair start to think they should have worked less and played more and so they decide to try and pack four years of partying into one night.
'There hasn't been a movie about two female best friends since Bridesmaids that really, really felt authentic to me,' Wilde explained during a recent interview on iHeartRadio.
'I was like, "I want to make something that feels funny and authentic and also to celebrate smart girls who aren't trying to assimilate"', she added. 'I knew it could be so funny and important.'
Ready to cause havoc! On the day of the girl's high school graduation, they start to think they should have worked less and played more and so they decide to try and pack four years of partying into one night
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