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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
Jess / February 3rd, 2017

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Audrey / July 17th, 2016

I have added new high-quality stills as well as a new photo of Teresa taken behind the scenes, during the filming of “Lights Out”. Enjoy !

Audrey / June 25th, 2016

In the new trailer, Rebecca (Palmer) discovers the name of a mysterious woman, whom she and her brother Martin see when the lights go out, under the carpet.

Warner Bros. Pictures has released a new trailer for “Lights Out”. The trailer offers new footage which sees Rebecca (Teresa Palmer) discovering the name of a mysterious woman, whom she and her brother Martin (Gabriel Bateman) saw when the lights go out, under the carpet at their mom’s (Maria Bello) house.

Rebecca and Martin visit Sophie’s house to find out about Diana (Alicia Vela-Bailey), the woman who they saw when the lights went out. Sophie reveals that Diana was her childhood friend who got something terrible happened to her, possibly a failed medical experiment. As Rebecca gets closer to unlocking the truth, there is no denying that their lives are in danger.

“Lights Out” is directed by David F. Sandberg based on his 2013 award-winning short film of the same name. Eric Heisserer, who wrote the script, also serves as producer alongside Lawrence Grey and James Wan (“The Conjuring”, “Insidious”, “Saw”). The horror flick is set to hit alarmingly dark U.S. theaters on July 22.

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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