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Welcome to Ansel Elgort Fan, your best source for American actor and DJ, Ansel Elgort. You may recognize Ansel from his roles in the "Divergent" series, "The Fault In Our Stars," "Men, Women & Children," and more. Ansel will soon star in the films "November Criminals" and "Billionaire Boys Club," and "Baby Driver." The site aims to provide you with all the latest news, photos, media, and more on Ansel and his career. Please take a look around the site and visit again soon!
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Nov 2017
Events Photos • Emily   /   0 Comments

On Sunday (November 19), Ansel attended the 2017 American Music Awards! I have updated the gallery with HQ photos from the arrivals, show, and press room. Ansel also posed for some great portraits, check those out as well!


Public Appearances > 2017 > Nov 19 | 2017 American Music Awards (Arrivals)
Public Appearances > 2017 > Nov 19 | 2017 American Music Awards (Show)
Public Appearances > 2017 > Nov 19 | 2017 American Music Awards (Press Room)
Photoshoots & Portraits > 2017 > Session 22 | American Music Awards
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Nov 2017
Events Photos • Emily   /   0 Comments

Last Wednesday (November 15), Ansel attended the GQ Men Of The Year Awards held in Sydney, Australia. Ansel was honored with the International Sensation Award. Congrats Ansel! The gallery has been updated with HQ photos.

Earlier this month (November 9), Ansel attended the 11th Annual Stand Up for Heroes in New York. I have updated the gallery with HQ photos from the event.

Public Appearances > 2017 > Nov 07 | 11th Annual Stand Up for Heroes

VARIETY – Warner Bros. and Amazon Studios look to have found the star for their adaptation of Donna Tartt’s acclaimed novel “The Goldfinch,” offering Ansel Elgort the lead role.

Director John Crowley had been meeting with several candidates for almost two months before finally handing Elgort the role of Theo.

Warner and RatPac had picked up rights to the Pulitzer-winning book back in 2014. RatPac is also an investor in the film as well as a producer. “Goldfinch,” which earned critical raves for its Dickensian plotting, tells the story of a young man named Theodore Decker who survives a terrorist bombing at an art museum — an attack that kills his mother. From there, he tumbles through a series of adventures that finds him living in Las Vegas with his deadbeat father and, later, involved in art forgeries.

Earlier this year, Amazon Studios agreed to co-finance the film, which will go into production at the start of 2018. As part of the pact, Amazon will invest more than a third of the movie’s budget, which is estimated to be in the $40 million range, according to insiders. In return, it will get streaming rights to the picture on its Prime service. It will also launch the picture on home entertainment platforms in what is commonly referred to as the pay-TV window, the term for when movies debut on premium cable channels such as HBO and Showtime.

Warner Bros. will distribute the film in theaters worldwide.

Elgort has taken his time in finding his next project following his star-making role in this summer’s surprise hit “Baby Driver.” Sources say the actor was looking for something on the prestige level after coming off his commercial hit and had considered an adaptation of “The Finest Kind,” which Brian Helgeland was planning to direct.

He did recently attach himself to play young John F. Kennedy in the war pic “Mayday 109,” which tells the story of how Kennedy’s PT boat came under attack during World War II.

He can be seen next in “The Billionaire Boys Club” opposite Taron Egerton. He is repped by CAA and Brookside Artist Management.

Yesterday (July 25), Ansel was in Mexico City to promote Baby Driver! He attended a photocall, press conference, and a Go Kart event. He looked like he had lots of fun! Check out the HQ photos in the gallery!

Back on Monday (July 24), Ansel attended the Sao Paulo, Brazil photocall and press conference for Baby Driver! He was in attendance with director, Edgar Wright. I have added HQ photos from Ansel’s appearances to the gallery! Thanks to my friend Lora for help with some of the photos!

Hello Ansel fans! Sorry for the lack of updates on the site. I’ve been super busy and it’s been hard to find the time to update. I’ve now updated the gallery of Ansel visiting Kuala Lumpur on July 17th. He attended a photocall, press conference, and premiere!

I have updated the gallery with portraits Ansel has taken during his promotion for Baby Driver. Two of them took place during his recent visit to Australia to promote the film.

Photoshoots & Portraits > 2017 > Session 19 | Los Angeles Times
Photoshoots & Portraits > 2017 > Session 20 | Baby Driver Portraits
Photoshoots & Portraits > 2017 > Session 21 | Baby Driver Portraits

A few days ago (July 12), Ansel was in Australia for the Sydney premiere of Baby Driver at Event Cinemas George Street. He attended with co-star Lily James and director, Edgar Wright.

Public Appearances > 2017 > Jul 12 | “Baby Driver” Sydney Premiere

Photoshoots & Portraits > 2017 > Session 15 | Los Angeles Times

LA TIMES – Ansel Elgort was deep into a club music period when he found himself on the spot during a pivotal audition for director Edgar Wright.

He’d been spending his spare time in the studio with Swedish House Mafia’s Steve Angello, living and breathing the electronic dance jams he makes under his DJ moniker, Ansølo. But in his day job as a rising Hollywood star, he hadn’t yet convinced Wright he was right for the role of the soft-spoken, rhythm-obsessed lead of “Baby Driver,” a music-driven action caper 22 years in the making.

As Elgort worked in the Silver Lake dance studio of choreographer and Sia collaborator Ryan Heffington, things weren’t totally clicking. Then Wright asked the “Fault in Our Stars” and “Divergent” actor to name a song he knew by heart. Elgort surprised the director with “Easy,” by the Commodores.

“I was so taken aback that a 20-year-old would say that, that in itself made me think that maybe he was right for the part,” says Wright, who filmed Elgort acting out a scene to the song, which eventually became the soundtrack to a memorably moving sequence and the film’s recurring emotional motif.

was deep into a club music period when he found himself on the spot during a pivotal audition for director Edgar Wright.

He’d been spending his spare time in the studio with Swedish House Mafia’s Steve Angello, living and breathing the electronic dance jams he makes under his DJ moniker, Ansølo. But in his day job as a rising Hollywood star, he hadn’t yet convinced Wright he was right for the role of the soft-spoken, rhythm-obsessed lead of “Baby Driver,” a music-driven action caper 22 years in the making.

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