Olivia Munn (born Lisa Olivia Munn) is an American actress, model and television personality. Olivia began her career being credited as Lisa Munn. However, since 2006, she has been using the name Olivia Munn personally and professionally.
Never one to take the conventional route, Olivia Munn shot down reports that she’s engaged to boyfriend Aaron Rogers by posting a text message conversation with her mom.
The “Newsroom” actress, who has been doing press for her new movie “Ride Along 2,” explained, “Answering yes or no to personal questions can be tricky because if you say ‘No’ it means whenever you say ‘No comment’ that kind of becomes your default ‘Yes.’ But since I'm doing press for the next few days, I didn't want to have to answer the same question over and over. So instead, I'm going to let my text conversation with my Asian mom help me out.#Colberto.”
Actress Olivia Munn is slamming members of the media for suggesting she is to blame for her boyfriend Aaron Rodgers' current football field slump.
After starting the season unbeaten, Rodgers and his Green Bay Packers have lost their last three games, and in a recent article about the team's failure on the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel's website, an online commentator blamed Munn for the quarterback's poor performance.
Filming is well underway on the final installment of Bryan Singer’s “X-Men” trilogy and Entertainment Weekly just published still images from the set of “X-Men: Apocalypse” that are nothing short of awesome.
The new snapshots offer a first look at Olivia Munn as Psylocke and Oscar Isaac as the titular character Apocalypse and they’re joined by the always-dreamy Michael Fassbender in his Magneto getup.
In her interview, the “Attack of the Show” star shares, “The best advice my mother ever gave me was ‘Never marry a guy and just become somebody’s wife.’ She went to college, and even though she got her degrees, she got married early and never really had the opportunity to find her identity. [She’s a great mom], but she always wanted to do other things, and was never able to. So growing up, my mom always told my sisters and me that you have to be your own person and make a name for yourself. Never settle for being somebody else’s something.”
Always one of the most well attended fetes during Hollywood's biggest night, the Vanity Fair Oscar Party continued to live up to its reputation on Sunday (February 22).
Hosted by Graydon Carter at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, top names like Natalie Portman, Sofia Vergara, Emma Stone and Beyoncé were among the celebrities ringing in the 20th anniversary of the exclusive Academy Awards soiree.
She’s always been one to speak her mind, and Olivia Munn told HuffPost Live that she’s tired of hearing stars complain about a lack of privacy only to post tons of content on social media.
The “Newsroom” actress began, “Why are you posting selfies? The only reason is to get more followers and get likes. So you are not just doing your ‘art’ because you want to be a great artist. You want the fame and attention.” She continued, “If followers were the number one thing to getting a career, all the Kardashians would be in every big movie of the year.”