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“Funny People” Screen Captures

Our gallery has been updated with more than 450 high-quality screen captures of Aubrey as Daisy Danby in her 2009 film Funny People. I have also been able to add captures of the blu-ray’s special features, so be sure to check those as well. Thank you Lauren (www.maggie-siff.com) for sending these my way!


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Legion: S01E01 “Chapter 1” Screen Captures

It has finally arrived! Legion premiered on FX on Wednesday evening in the US – and, as expected, received critical praise! I definitely can’t wait to see more, and especially of Aubrey as Lenny, who is incredible. High-quality screen captures of the episode are now available in our gallery for your viewing pleasure:

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Aubrey teams up with Gilt x Livelihood 2017

It was revealed through Instagram by Aubrey yesterday – she’s teaming up with the former Vice President’s daughter, Ashley Biden, founder of Livelihood Inc. The company is a “socially and ethically conscious apparel company that’s inspired by extraordinary everyday people” and for the next 14 days, she’ll be selling hoodies through Gilt. With each purchase, two communities (starting with Wilmington, DE – Aubrey & Ashley’s hometown – and Anacostia, D.C.) will receive funding for programs like education initiatives, vocational training, and job placement services. Check out the promotional photoshoot in our gallery:

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Aubrey Plaza photographed for NY Post’s Alexa

In honor of “Legion” premiering tonight in the United States, Aubrey is featured on the cover of the February issue of the New York Post’s Alexa. High-quality outtakes of the shoot, photographed by Scott Council, have been added to our gallery:

[About the end of Legion] “People are going to be very shocked at where she ends up at the end of the season […] Nothing is as it seems.”

[About Jeff Baena] “We’re so obsessed with movies […] That’s why we’re making movies together.”

[About how she dresses in everyday life] “I grew up wearing a uniform for most of my life, so I think that’s probably why I don’t go too crazy with fashion […] Any kind of loose, baggy gray sweater? I want it. I just wanna wear a gray sweater all the time. Maybe that’s a leftover New York thing.”

[About deleting her Twitter account] “There was a time when it seemed really fun, but it seems to be a place that’s more toxic than fun for me, with the political stuff […] It started to feel unhealthy, and I didn’t need that in my life anymore.” (Source)