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You may know Teresa from her role in the Oscar winning movie Hacksaw Ridge (2017), Lights Out (2016), The Choice (2016), Warm Bodies (2013) or I Am Number Four (2011). Up next Teresa will appear in the vampire fantasy television adaptation of A Discovery of Witches, where Teresa will play Diana Bishop and star opposite Matthew Goode. Please browse the site and we will keep you updated xoxo
Audrey / September 4th, 2016

Deadline – Hacksaw Ridge, Mel Gibson’s fifth directorial effort, and his first since 2006’s Apocalypto, screened for the press this morning at the Venice Film Festival. Applause greeted the World War II pic inside the Sala Darsena, and early reviews are strong — the word “comeback” has been used more than once. Equal parts faith-based film and horrors-of-war action drama, it tells the story of real-life hero Desmond T Doss, a conscientious objector who saved 75 men in Okinawa without firing or carrying a gun. Andrew Garfield as Doss leads a cast that also includes Sam Worthington, Vince Vaughn, Luke Bracey, Hugo Weaving, Rachel Griffiths and Teresa Palmer.

Scripted by Robert Schenkkan and Andrew Knight, the movie has a sort of throwback quality, yet remains technically very much of today and is laid out in two parts. It kicks off on the battlefield with scenes of flaming, flying bodies, but quickly retreats 16 years earlier to Doss’ childhood with his brother (Roman Guerriero/Nathaniel Buzolic), loving mother (Griffiths) and abusive WWI vet father (Weaving). From the outset, it’s clear religion plays a big part in the boy’s life — particularly following a harrowing incident of roughhousing gone wrong. As a young man, Garfield’s now resolute pacifist develops an interest in medicine, and a crush on a nurse, Dorothy (Palmer). And then, he enlists.

The film takes Doss through Basic Training and introduces the men with whom he will go into battle, including Vaughn, Worthington and Bracey. But he’s bullied and not going anywhere until he convinces the military that he belongs there, despite his refusal to touch a gun. Doss believed that while the war was justified, killing was nevertheless wrong. Ultimately, he was allowed to serve as a medic.

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Audrey / June 18th, 2016

David F. Sandberg’s no-budget, near-wordless 2013 short film “Lights Out” features a premise so simple it’s essentially a cinematic haiku. A woman is alone in her apartment, and when the lights turn off, an eerie female figure appears; when they come back on, the figure disappears. But Sandberg’s three-minute execution of this simple premise was clever enough — and virally popular enough — to secure the inexperienced Swedish filmmaker the support of horrormeister James Wan. Now armed with studio backing, his feature length expansion of that short never strays too far from its source, essentially repeating the same jump scare, over and over again, for most of its muscular 80 minute running time. What’s most shocking is how well it still works.

Very obviously a first feature, “Lights Out” is full of camp (most of it clearly intentional, some perhaps not), and its underlying mythology is confused and often ridiculous. But there’s an invigorating leanness — and a giddy, almost innocent energy — to the filmmaking, with Sandberg shooting for nothing more than inventive, relentless jolts, and the film should win over a sizable fanbase as Sandberg continues on to bigger things.

“Lights Out” opens with a bigger-budget recreation of the original short, featuring the same actress — Sandberg’s wife, Lotta Losten — and the same female figure in the darkness. This time, it’s set in a gloomy textile factory, and ends with the factory’s owner, Paul (Billy Burke), lying mangled on the floor.

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Audrey / May 28th, 2016

Teresa Palmer happily announced on Friday that she and her husband, Mark Webber, are expecting their second child together.

The 30-year-old actress took to Instagram and posted an adorable photo of her 2-year-old son, Bodhi, pulling his mother’s shirt up to kiss her baby bump while Webber looks at the camera as he leans in to kiss Bodhi’s head.

“And just like that my heart grew bigger ❤️✨ Welcoming baby number 2 in to the family,” the Warm Bodies star wrote. “Can’t believe our little Bodhi is going to be a big brother! ? @likemark”

Prior to Bodhi’s arrival in 2014, Palmer posted a sweet message on Instagram, along with a sonogram image of her baby and a pair of slippers. “To my precious baby – I’m so blessed to be your mama, we have been wishing for you for awhile,” she wrote. “We love you so much and can’t wait to kiss your little face and tiny toes. Thank you for hearing our prayers.”

Palmer and Webber first met in 2012 and married in December 2013 in Mexico.

Source: Entertainment Weekly

Audrey / May 18th, 2016

Mel Gibson’s Hacksaw Ridge Release Date Announced by Lionsgate

Lionsgate has announced a release date for director Mel Gibson’s latest, the true World War II tale Hacksaw Ridge, which stars Andrew Garfield, Sam Worthington, Luke Bracey, Teresa Palmer, Hugo Weaving, Rachel Griffiths and Vince Vaughn in the story of Corporal Demond Doss, the first conscientious objector to receive the US congressional Medal of Honor. The Hacksaw Ridge release date is a wide release planned for November 4, 2016.

Doss, who will be played by Garfield, was drafted into World War II at age 23. Raised a Seventh-day Adventist, he refused to kill or carry a weapon and, as such, became stationed as a medic. President Harry S. Truman presented Doss with his commendation on November 1, 1945, citing numerous acts of bravery and sacrifice performed by Doss in the line of duty. Doss was the only American soldier to serve on the front lines without a weapon, and single-handedly saved the lives of 75 men.

Hacksaw Ridge is scripted by Robert Schenkkan and Randall Wallace, the latter of whom worked with Gibson on Braveheart. The center of the story is likely to focus on 1945’s three-month military assault Operation Iceburg, also known as the Battle of Okinawa. “Hacksaw Ridge” was the name given the location of a particularly brutal two-week confrontation wherein United States troops faced off against Japanese soldiers on the rocky cliffs of Okinawa.

Bill Mechanic, Brian Oliver, David Permut, Terry Benedict, Paul Currie, Bruce Davey, William D. Johnson and Tyler Thompson produced Hacksaw Ridge through Cross Creek Pictures, Demarest Media, Pandemonium, Permut Presentations and Gibson’s Icon Productions.

Source: Coming Soon

Audrey / May 18th, 2016

Not content with his own directorial career, Ridley Scott produces a vast quantity of other people’s films and TV series. He’s now launched label called Ridley Scott Presents… and has locked in Teresa Palmer to star in a new thriller called The Twisted.

Olatunde Osunsanmi, no stranger to sci-fi films based on real events after The Fourth Kind, is directing the new movie, which was written by Ari Schlossberg. Palmer will play a child psychologist who has had her own issues in the past and who is dispatched to investigate peculiar events at an isolated orphanage. Turns out several of the children have started to exhibit unusual symptoms follows what they claim was an extraterrestrial encounter.

Given the title, we’d guess they’re probably right about that, and things won’t turn out well. The cameras are set to start rolling next month. Palmer will be dealing with paranormal activity this August as horror thriller Lights Out arrives on the 15th. She’s also worked on Mel Gibson’s latest film, Hacksaw Ridge.

Source: Empire

Berlin Syndrome (2017)
Teresa as Clare
A passionate holiday romance leads to an obsessive relationship, when an Australian photojournalist wakes one morning in a Berlin apartment and is unable to leave.
2:22 (2017)
Teresa as Sarah
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A Discovery of Witches (2018)
Teresa as Diana Bishop
Two lovers, young witch Diana Bishop and vampire Matthew Clairmont,have a dangerous adventure trying to find the very precious book "Ashmole 782" which brought them together and contains some of the biggest ever existing secrets.
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