Yesterday (January 11), Aubrey attended the FOX All-Star Party during the 2017 Winter TCA Tour. High-quality pictures can be found in our gallery:
Her Beauty Routine For Her Day Off: “When I’m not working, I dream about the day that I can wake up and not have to put makeup on, because I have to put makeup on for my job. I don’t really wear makeup. If I’m still going to lunch or something, I’d say I would maybe put on some mascara. Mascara is kind of my go-to thing if I had to do one thing. I always use moisturizer.”
How she makes up for not drinking enough water: “Everyone’s secret weapon is always water, and I’m like, ‘God it’s so boring to drink water.’ But I do have to say, I’ve started to get really into tea, and that’s helped me with hydration. You forget you’re drinking water because you’re drinking something that’s a little more fun. I find that when I’m really in a groove with drinking a lot of tea all day long, my skin gets a lot better and it breaks out less.”
The best lesson she learned from pal Johanna Peet, founder of Peet Rivko: “I think I fell for the ‘all natural’ marketing, and I thought, ‘Oh any essential oils or any products that have those things in it must be really good for my skin,’ because they’re coming from plants and flowers and nuts and seeds and everything. What she taught me was that even though some products contain ingredients that are from nature, they can still really irritate your skin and be a problem for your skin. That’s why she’s introducing the idea of next-level natural, which is, it’s natural but not irritable. I’ve learned that picking up a product that has essential oils in it and smells amazing may not be the best for my skin, even though I want it to be because it smells really good.”
The beauty rule she hates to break: “I heard that going to bed without washing your face ages your skin like crazy. I don’t know where I read that—maybe Coveteur. But ever since I read that I have nightmares. I’m like, ‘Oh god, I don’t need any help with aging. Please.’ Even if I’m really grumpy, I try to still wash my face. My last resort would be a face wipe. But when I’m using face wipes before I go to bed, I’m like, ‘Damn, I really hit it hard tonight. You really went for it this time.’”
The item she makes sure to pack for vacation: “I always pack oil. I don’t know why. I want oil. I’m always like, well, I can [always] use the hotel moisturizer. But they never have oils.”
Back in 2012, Aubrey starred in ‘A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III‘, a movie directed and written by Roman Coppola. Also starring Charlie Sheen, Katheryn Winnick and others such as Bill Murray, it tells the story of a graphic designer’s enviable life who slides into despair when his girlfriend breaks up with him. I have updated our gallery with blu-ray quality screen captures of Aubrey as Marnie, and added a production still as well as an official poster:
The Sundance Film Festival has just unveiled the competition and lineup for its 33rd edition, which will take place at the beginning of next year. Surprisingly, Aubrey’s ‘Ingrid Goes West’, also starring Elizabeth Olsen, will be part of the festival. Along with the announcement, the first production still has been revealed – now available in our gallery.
Variety – The festival’s U.S. dramatic competition comprises 16 films, eight of them debut features, including Matt Spicer’s social-media stalker comedy “Ingrid Goes West,” in which Aubrey Plaza’s character is obsessed with the aforementioned Olsen; the music-driven story of a plus-size white rapper, “Patti Cake$,” written and directed by Geremy Jasper (a member of Court 13, the creative team responsible for “Beasts of the Southern Wild”); and “To the Bone,” an intimate look at anorexia, from “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” producer Marti Noxon.
“Ingrid Goes West” (Director: Matt Spicer, Screenwriters: Spicer, David Branson Smith) — A young woman becomes obsessed with an Instagram lifestyle blogger and moves to Los Angeles to try to befriend her in real life. Cast: Aubrey Plaza, Elizabeth Olsen, O’Shea Jackson Jr., Wyatt Russell, Billy Magnussen.
We mentioned earlier this week that the ‘Drunk History’ episode in which Aubrey appears as Aaron Burr would air on November 29th. Lin Manuel Miranda narrates the story of Aaron Burr & Alexander Hamilton, portrayed by actress Alia Shawkat. Head over to our gallery for high-quality screen captures of the episode. Thank you Mouza (www.linmiranda.com) for sending these our way!
A few months ago, it was announced that Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator of Broadway musical Hamilton, had been recruited for the fourth season of Drunk History. Lin narrates an episode telling the story of Alexander Hamilton and his rivalry with Aaron Burr. Aubrey plays Burr while actress Alia Shawkat plays Hamilton. Check out the trailer below: