Olivia Munn is astonished in three different white outfits while promoting the new Starz series The Rook in New York
She plays a woman who has lost her memory in the new Starz series The Rook.
But on Monday, Olivia Munn gave the NYC audience something to remember when she left The View in a pair of grim white linen pants and a miniscule trimmed tank top that revealed subtle split.
The 38-year-old saw smiling how she hit poses and greeted fans outside the show's studio.
White-hot: on Monday, Olivia Munn gave NYC audiences something to remember when she left The View in a pair of grim white linen pants and a miniscule trimmed tank top that revealed subtle cleavage
The actress took the time to debrief the viewers of The View at De Rook when she made her current stance on the # MeToo movement clear.
& # 39; I really believe that the # MeToo movement system is designed to hold people responsible & # 39 ;, she said.
& # 39; It's not just about someone using it because they want it or because they want to get revenge. We need to ask people for proof, & she said.
Stylish: Munn appeared in two different outfits before and after she left The View
Polished: for her appearance at Good Morning America, Munn kept the white-hot color scheme the same, but eliminated her previous blindfolds for a fresh, cream-colored pantsuit with flared hem bottoms
Friendly: Munn waved to fans when she left Good Morning America
Munn was also spotted in a white-striped matching set with a wavy top and trousers with a border on the edge of the lettuce when she arrived at The View in the morning.
Her appearance was only part of a full promotion day for The Rook, which also included a guest location Good morning America earlier in the day.
For her appearance at Good Morning America, she kept the white-hot color scheme the same but eliminated her previous blindfolds for a fresh, cream-colored pantsuit with flared hem bottoms.
Stern: Munn (photo) took the time to de-inform the viewers of The View at De Rook, plus made sure to state her current position on the #MeToo movement
Munn & # 39; s new Starz series The Rook is about a woman looking for a rediscovery of her past after losing memory.
She realizes that she is part of a secret agency for people with psychic abilities.
The series is based on a legend of novels by Daniel O & # 39; Malley.
But Munn explained to Good Morning America that the director advised her not to read the books: & # 39; The show as inspired by the books and books is more Y-A, and this is more mature. & # 39;
But Munn, once the rebel, ended up breaking the rules.
& # 39; They also didn't want us to marry certain ideas and things. I read them anyway, & she said.
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