We have added x30 photos of Teresa from The Choice LA Press Conference to the gallery. Check out these interviews too…
The refreshingly filter-free actress and earth mother fronts our latest issue
Our February issue, fresh on the stands Monday, spruiks “fashion to fall in love with”, so who better to be gazing out from the cover than the Australian actress it’s impossible not to love, Teresa Palmer.
Dressed in Burberry lace, the Adelaide gal shines with all the star-power of a Hollywood actress with a crazy-busy film schedule that includes this month’s The Choice and Triple 9.
Inside the issue, however, it’s clear her most important role to date has been the one of motherhood. Her admission of feeling “incredibly blessed” seems an understatement as she cuddles up to her baby son Bodhi in some of the season’s most romantic fashion. The fact her cherubic son (to American filmmaker Mark Webber) would be by her side on the ELLE cover shoot was never in question.
“I’ve really made a point of saying I’m the sort of parent who wants to be with my son,” she tells us. It’s a make-or-break condition of every new role she takes on. “I’ve been so impressed and, I’ve got to say, surprised that everyone has been so welcoming.”
Right now is Palmer’s time, and the 29-year-old attributes the confidence she’s radiating to a new-found direction in her career. “I really want to portray a woman who has a real voice.” Her days of playing merely the object of a man’s affection, she says, are in the past.
From the bear hug she’s receiving from Bodhi, it’s clear she’s very much the sole object of one man’s affection. “I want to have six children,” she laughs, amid talk of plans to set up house back in South Australia. It’s been a non-stop three years for Palmer and with eight films being released this year, it’s time to bask in the success.
With her guileless mix of warmth, humour and unbridled talent (not to mention her ability to perfectly pull off bohemian looks by Céline, Zimmermann and Louis Vuitton) it’s hard to believe she’ll be able to sit still for long.
The February issue of ELLE is on sale from Monday 25th Jan.
We have added some new candids of Teresa from Jan 9th, plus a new scan from Marie Claire and x03 new stills from her upcoming movie, The Choice.
Last night saw the Los Angeles premiere of Point Break. Teresa, Mark and the rest of the cast walked the red carpet ahead of the films release early 2016. We have added x191 photos to the gallery…
Teresa is currently in Australia filming Hacksaw Ridge but took more time out from the hectic shooting schedule to attend the AACTA Awards in Sydney last night (Dec 9th 2015).
The 29-year-old beauty wowed in a sheer Camilla and Marc gown which showed off her bra in the dress, which boasted a sheer top and an opaque skirt. She had her hair pulled into a high pony tail on her head and carried a glittering small metallic clutch bag.
Teresa Palmer joined Mel Gibson at the National Institute of Dramatic Art. His has been a Hollywood career of extreme highs and well documented lows, but veteran star Mel Gibson went back to where it all began during a special appearance in Sydney on Sunday evening.
The 59-year old actor-director proved to be centre of attention as he returned to the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) for the launch of a new graduate school. Gibson, who graduated from the prestigious acting institute in 1977, was in high spirits as he posed for photos with guests including actress Teresa Palmer.
The pair were taking a break from the set of Gibson’s latest directorial offering, World War II drama Hacksaw Ridge, which sees Palmer star alongside Hollywood stars Vince Vaghn and Andrew Garfield.
The actress looked stunning in an embellished lace dress that accentuated her slender frame as she posed for photos before making her way inside. Referencing her appearance at the launch, Palmer later shared an image of herself with Gibson on Instagram.
‘Thanks #MelGibson and #NIDA for inviting me to attend the new Graduate School Opening. I was happy to support my director and friend as he spoke of his (hilarious!) memories attending NIDA a few moons back!’ she captioned the shot.
Hacksaw Ridge will be his fifth directorial offering following mixed critical commercial success with The Man Without A Face, Braveheart, The Passion Of The Christ and Apocalypto.