Olivia Wilde sends a message wearing an I Am A Voter face mask while out running errands in LA

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Olivia Wilde sends a message wearing an I Am A Voter face mask while out running errands in LA

Olivia Wilde used fashion to make a statement on Thursday.

The Booksmart director reminded people to make their voices heard on November 3rd, rocking an I Am A Voter face mask.

The mask sent a message while also benefiting the non-partisan voter participation group.

Civic responsibility! Olivia Wilde reminded people to vote with an I Am A Voter face mask on Thursday

Civic responsibility! Olivia Wilde reminded people to vote with an I Am A Voter face mask on Thursday

After making sure to keep safe, the star continued her casual and cute look in a stylish jacket with two red horses on the front, laid back jeans and white Converse sneakers.

After returning to the car without her mask, you could see Olivia’s makeup minimal glow. 

Wilde has been using her high profile to urge people to vote. Last month the star got straight to the point, sharing a masked Instagram captioned: ‘Just f***ing vote.’

Fashion friendly: Looking casual and cute, the star sported a stylish jacket with two red horses on the front

Easy going: She continued the laid back look with jeans and white Converse sneakers below

Fashion friendly: Looking casual and cute, the star sported a stylish jacket with two red horses on the front

Participate! Last month the star got straight to the posting, sharing a masked Instagram captioned: 'Just f***ing vote'

Participate! Last month the star got straight to the posting, sharing a masked Instagram captioned: ‘Just f***ing vote’

The politically engaged actress/filmmaker has been keeping busy amid lockdown.

Lately Olivia has been sharing updates on pre-production of her upcoming thriller Don’t Worry Darling, which will begin shooting shortly.

Last week, the actress shared a photo of her looking surprised yet excited behind her mask as she stood by a makeshift sign saying there were only 12 days left until principal photography began.

‘Errrr mrrr grrrrrd,’ she captioned it, referencing a classic meme.

That same day, she shared the news of new cast additions as If Beale Street Could Talk’s KiKi Layne and Crazy Rich Asians’ Gemma Chan joined her new ensemble.

Getting ready: Lately, the actress and director has been preparing her thriller Don't Worry Darling. On Wednesday she revealed it will begin filming in less than two weeks

Getting ready: Lately, the actress and director has been preparing her thriller Don’t Worry Darling. On Wednesday she revealed it will begin filming in less than two weeks

And yesterday there were more casting announcements, as Deadline revealed Nick Kroll, Sydney Chandler, Douglas Smith, Kate Berlant, and Asif Ali had joined the roster.

The movie will also star Florence Pugh, Harry Styles and Chris Pine, and Olivia will even have a supporting role herself, making it the first time she has directed herself in a feature film.

Dakota Johnson was originally part of the cast, but she’ll be replaced by Layne due to scheduling conflicts with Maggie Gyllenhaal’s directorial debut, according to Deadline.

In demand: Olivia garnered critical acclaim for her 2019 feature directorial debut Booksmart and has just been tapped to make a Marvel movie for Sony; shown in February

In demand: Olivia garnered critical acclaim for her 2019 feature directorial debut Booksmart and has just been tapped to make a Marvel movie for Sony; shown in February

Next up, the multi-talented star will be directing a biopic about Olympic gymnast Kerri Strug, a holiday comedy, and a still-untitled female-centric superhero film for Sony.

Olivia previously received plenty of acclaim for her feature directorial debut Booksmart, which followed two straight-arrow high school girls (Beanie Feldstein and Kaitlyn Dever) as they tried to let loose and party on the night before graduation.

The film was one of the best reviewed of the year but only a modest success at the box office, which some critics attributed to sexism, while others blamed the unorthodox decision to give the indie comedy a nationwide release instead of a more gradual limited release.

Although she didn’t appear in Booksmart, she was featured in Clint Eastwood’s well-reviewed but commercially unsuccessful Richard Jewell. 

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