Margaret Qualley‘s new movie Novitiate opens in theaters everywhere today, and she had a couple close friends by her side to help her celebrate at the premiere!
The actress posed for a some fun pics during day two of the 2017 Sundance Film Festival held at Eccles Center Theatre on Friday (January 20) Park City, Utah.
She was joined by her sister Rainey and Paper Towns‘ Nat Wolff, who also showed his support the night before at the 2017 Maven Pictures Party at The Retreat by Autograph Collection Hotels at Hotel Park City.
Margaret‘s co-star Dianna Agron was also there for the festivities.
Novitiate is set in the early 1960s during the era of Vatican II. It focuses on a young woman in training to become a nun who struggles with issues of faith, the changing church, and sexuality.
We have something awesome for all of the Nat and Alex Wolff fans out there – the exclusive premiere of a brand new song!
All devoted fans are waiting on pins and needles for the release of the duo’s new EP Public Places on December 16, but you can listen to the title track right here, right now.
The new music shows off the brothers’ more adult sound. They wrote all of the lyrics and music for the eight tracks on the EP and they also play a range of instruments – trumpets, guitar, drums, keyboard, and more.
Nat and Alex got their start as The Naked Brothers Band on Nickelodeon and have gone on to have success both together and on their own. Nat is currently working on his upcoming movie Home Again and Alex will soon be seen in the film Patriots Day.
Listen to “Public Places” below and click inside to hear “Rollin’ Around,” which is available as an instant download when you pre-order the EP.
This morning, on our Instagram, we posted the question: “How do you feel?” about the outcome of the election.
Some people felt deep disappointment that Hillary Clinton lost the candidacy to Donald Trump. “Shocked… I feel shocked real shocked,” stuck_being_beautiful said. “Disappointed and scared,” Lydia.downs expressed.
But other people felt a sense of relief. “Happy,” _.softall_is_life._0965 stated.
The film centers on Private Adam Winfield (Wolff), a soldier in Afghanistan who attempted to blow the whistle on members of his platoon who carry out a murderous scheme in the desolate wasteland of Southern Afghanistan.
Death Note follows “a student who discovers a supernatural notebook that allows him to kill anyone simply by writing the victim’s name. A cat-and-mouse game ensues when he’s tracked by a reclusive police officer,” according to Variety.
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Nat Wolff poses with his brother Alex as they attend a screening of Demolition hosted by Fox Searchlight Pictures with The Cinema Society at the SVA Theater on Monday evening (March 21) in New York City.