Olivia Wilde gets her new “Fix”


Ever since her brief role as Mischa Barton‘s gf on The O.C., we’ve come to really appreciate Olivia Wilde‘s same-sex scenes.

For those who aren’t complete House fanatics (you know, since it was deemed the most popular show in the world — and that’s not even hyperbole!), Wilde’s character, Thirteen, is bisexual.

Remember the sexy scene last fall featuring the hot doc and a random lady friend (with the perfect background song, “Cheap and Cheerful” from The Kills, I might add)?

Well, you won’t be getting anything like that with her next role in the movie Fix, as Wilde will star alongside her real-life husband, Tao Ruspoli (who also directs the movie). Bummer, I know.

However, Wilde’s acting ability goes beyond looking really, uh, nice, and being willing to play gay (or bi/bi-curious, drunk, whatever ), so it’ll still be worth seeing, I’m sure.

The film is about a couple, Bella (Wilde) and Milo, and their attempt trying to raise money to admit Milo’s (Ruspoli) brother Leo into rehab, so he can avoid a three-year prison stint.

The description reads:

Along the way they encounter dozens of colorful characters, each with their own anomalous perspective on Leo’s larger-than-life personality and style, and each with their own excuse for why they cannot help out. In the end, it may take the desperate irony of a drug deal to get the necessary funds to send Leo to rehab.

Here’s the trailer:

Is it something you think you’d see, even if you may or may not know pretty much the entire story? Is Olivia enough — or will you just stick with Fox for your Wilde “fix”?

Fix is due in theaters in November. Check out the film’s website for more details.

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