Patterned tops and looks good in Jodhpur as Olivia enjoys horseback riding at Wild LA
He’s got a heavy schedule on his plate as he prepares to direct the movie behind two plays.
But Olivia Wilde is taking the time to follow her passion for horseback riding as most Hollywood productions have been shut down due to the COVID-19 epidemic.
The actress and director, 36, enjoyed her regular equestrian session in the thousands north of Los Angeles on Sunday.
Saddle Up: Olivia Wild enjoyed thousands of horseback riding north of Los Angeles on Sunday, looking great at the top in black Jodpur and riding boot designs
Wilde wore a patterned top with her black jodhpur and riding boots.
He had a safety helmet and a blue face mask with him which he wore when needed.
The former House star has been seen riding regularly since he and his family were driving a bus in Western California when Cornavirus stopped in New York City where they have a home.
Wilde shares two children – Daisy, three and Otis – with his partner Jason Sudikis.
Love to ride: The actress and director, 36, wore a protective helmet over her hair that was re-tied to the ponytail and a blue face mask that she wore when needed.
Switched Coasts: The former house star was spotted walking regularly while he and his family were living in Southern California after the coronavirus switched off the NYC and headed west.
Celebrity Couple: Wild and partner Jason Sudekis have two children – Daisy, three, and Otis, six. They were filmed in December
In 2019, Wild High School made its directorial debut through the comedy Bookmart, which garnered a lot of buzz and critical acclaim.
Since then, she has become a psychological thriller, not a right-wing character, but a beautiful, darling about an unhappy housewife in the 1950s.
The film is expected to star Harry Styles, Dakota Johnson, Florence Pug and Chris Pine.
And earlier this month, it was announced that Wild had signed a deal to direct a Marvel movie for Sonar Films, which is believed to be centered on Spider-Woman.
The Inmond Star is still attached to direct an untitled holiday movie for Universal Pictures.
On Demand: Wild, filmed in February, has garnered critical acclaim for its 2019 feature-directed first book memoir, and has just been tapped to make a Marvel movie for Sony.