Watch: Olivia Wilde Talks Her Career and New Film, ‘Meadowland’

In this SAG Foundations Conversation, Olivia Wilde talks with moderator Emma Brown about her career and latest film, Meadowland.

The film, which also stars Luke Wilson, Giovanni Ribisi, Elisabeth Moss, John Leguizamo and Kevin Corrigan, follows the aftermath of a terrible loss that happens to married couple Sarah (Wilde) and Phil (Wilson). They both lose sight pf their morals and each start to place themselves, separately, in dangerous situations.

I had a chance to check it out at the San Diego Film Festival and it is definitely a bleak and sad film. The performances are great, especially from Wilde and Corrigan.

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