Solvej Schou

Solvej Schou

Solvej Schou is a Southern California based journalist with more than a decade of professional experience whose online and print stories have been published nationwide by outlets such as The Associated Press, Yahoo!,, Entertainment Weekly, Los Angeles Times and Solvej's background includes having worked as a staff senior film writer at Entertainment Weekly,, and as a staff Associated Press writer-reporter covering breaking news, lifestyles and entertainment.
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B.A. in English, Creative Writing, Barnard College/Columbia University --------------------------- M.A. in Journalism, USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism


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  • Usain ‘Lightning' Bolt Loses 100-meter in Jamaica
    Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt, crowned the fastest man in the world during 2008’s Beijing Olympics, didn’t run as speedy as he could on Friday night. Bolt lost the 100-meter final at the Olympic trials in Jamaica to another runnner, Yohan Blake.
  • Oscar Statuette Modeled After Nude Mexican Director
    The smoothly muscular, golden silhouette of an Oscar statuette wasn't just based on anyone. It was actually modeled in 1929 after the nude body of a Mexican director.
  • George Clooney Charms the Oscars
    Not only did handsome, witty, silver-haired actor, director, and writer George Clooney snag a best actor nomination for this year's Academy Awards for his role as a Hawaii dad in "The Descendants," but it's his fourth Oscar acting nomination to date.
  • ‘Hugo,’ ‘The Artist,’ Clooney Lead Oscar Nominees
    Buzzed about silent black-and-white film "The Artist" and Hawaii-set dramedy "The Descendants," starring George Clooney, both snagged multiple Oscar nominations, but it was Martin Scorsese's kids adventure "Hugo" that led the pack with 11 nominations.
  • ‘The Artist,’ Clooney, Gosling Lead Golden Globe Nominations
    Mega star couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, actor-director George Clooney and hunky up-and-comer Ryan Gosling all snagged nominations when the 69th annual Golden Globe nominations were announced Thursday. Silent film "The Artist" led the list with six.
  • Madonna Lands Golden Globe Nomination
    The original Material Girl has snapped up a Golden Globe nomination for Best Original Song. Madonna was nominated for "Masterpiece," a midtempo pop ballad she performed and co-wrote for her directorial debut, "W.E.," about royal rebel Wallis Simpson.
  • NASCAR Driver Crashes ‘Twilight’ Black Carpet
    One surprising “Twilight” fan crashed the black carpet at Monday's packed premiere of “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part I,” and she proclaimed herself on Team Edward. NASCAR race car driver Danica Patrick chucked her racing helmet for a glam look.
  • ‘Twilight’ Author Surprises Fans with ‘Willy Wonka’ Gesture
    "Twilight" series author Stephenie Meyer braved rain on Saturday, surprising hundreds of fans camped out in tents in downtown Los Angeles at L.A. Live and awaiting Monday's movie premiere of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1."
  • The Troubled Story of Kate's Dress Designer
    The story of Kate Middleton's wedding gown is less than perfect. Middleton's dress was designed by Sarah Burton, creative director of the design house Alexander McQueen. McQueen committed suicide in a stunning loss to the fashion world last year.
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