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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 / September 29th, 2017

When it comes to our view on the same-sex marriage vote in Australia, ELLE isn’t shy about sharing our views. And loudly, if necessary. This month, they’re launching the #ELLEIsForLove campaign in an effort to spread awareness for, and support of, marriage equality in this country—starting with a six-page portfolio in the October issue of ELLE, on sale Monday.

We called on some ELLE friends to help spread the word, and the likes of Phoebe Tonkin, Sarah Ellen, Bianca Spender, Isabella Manfredi, Teresa Palmer, Miranda Tapsell, Margaret Zhang, Zoë Foster Blake and Nicole Warne (to name a few…) answered the call—lending their time, and image, to the cause.

This month, you may see these outspoken stars on social media sharing images of themselves wearing one of six custom-made t-shirts, supplied by Bassike and OneTeaspoon and designed especially for us by artists Luke Arnold, Ollie Henderson, Miranda Skoczek, Kitty Callaghan, Just Sayin’ Gir land Bassike, alongside messages of support—and of course the #ELLEIsForLove hashtag.

Jess / February 3rd, 2017

We have added a photoshoot taken by Frederic Auerbach for Artistry last year…

Audrey / August 7th, 2016

The Australian-born, LA-based actress Teresa Palmer first caught renowned photographer Bruce Weber’s attention when he came across her Tez Talk vlog series on her wellbeing website Your Zen Life…

The photographer describes her as being like “Mother Earth”, a role Palmer, 30, feels compelled to fulfil. “It’s empty just being an actor in Hollywood – I have a responsibility to affect positive change,” she says. When Palmer signed up with her local acting agency in Adelaide at 16, she never imagined where it would lead.
“I thought I’d just get a few commercials,” she says. Then, two years later, she was given the starring role in the independent drama 2:37, which premiered at Cannes in 2006 to a 15-minute standing ovation. By the end of 2016 she will have been in no less than nine films in two years – most recently the paranormal horror Lights Out (out in July) and November’s Mel Gibson-directed Hacksaw Ridge. It’s a hectic work schedule, especially considering she has an 18-month-old son, Bodhi, and is expecting her second child, which she recently announced on her newly launched site Your Zen Mama, which “explores what connects us as parents”.

Audrey / July 22nd, 2016

On July 21, Teresa and the cast of “Lights Out” promoted the movie (which hits theaters today) during the San Diego Comic-Con 2016. They first attended the WIRED Cafe At Comic-Con, then they were interviewed by the SiriusXM’s Entertainment Weekly Radio Channel and the Fandango Studio. Moreover, I have dded two portraits of Teresa taken during the events. Make sure you check them out

Audrey / July 17th, 2016

Teresa and her son Bodhi are currently on the cover of the Australian magazine South Australia Weekend. I have added a scan as well as the photoshoot taken by the photographer Diana Melfi. They look absolutely beautiful on those photos. Check them out !

Audrey / June 2nd, 2016

I have just added new outtakes of Teresa with American actress Sarah Wright Olsen and their sons taken by Tyler Parker for “Your Zen Mama“. They look absolutely beautiful together. Check them out:

Audrey / May 22nd, 2016

Making it: Teresa Palmer, Elizabeth Debicki, Margot Robbie… Australian actors are getting the plum roles in Hollywood. No wonder the locals are nervous.

You see the palm trees? They tell you anything’s possible.” – Knight of Cups (2016)

Teresa Palmer is breastfeeding her two-year-old son, Bodhi Rain, and talking wistfully of home. “I just FaceTimed my dad in Adelaide and he was showing Bodhi the kangaroo outside,” she says, before going quiet. She can see the Los Angeles palms from her Beachwood Canyon address, high up in the hills, just below the Hollywood sign. The sign and the trees; each is an icon of the city, less an object than a grandiose idea, a beckoning gesture, a promise. Come here, they murmur, come and meet that earthly form of transcendence called fame.

In another part of the movie capital, Elizabeth Debicki is packing her suitcase. Again. Tomorrow she will fly to New York, don a green Prada gown and join the glittering A-list at the Met Gala before hopping on a plane to Perth to begin an independent Australian film. “It’s a trajectory I feel very proud of and I don’t know that it’s been done before,” she laughs. “I feel that I’m getting literally the best of both worlds.”

Margot Robbie is already in New York prepping for Anna Wintour’s gala, as well as the impending superstardom that will come with the two big studio films on her horizon. Meanwhile, Twilight actor Xavier Samuel has touched down in Melbourne to film a series for the ABC and await the release of his latest, Love & Friendship, a bigscreen Jane Austen adaptation. Sarah Snook, fresh from a stint on the London stage with Ralph Fiennes, is also home, but only briefly. “Work begets work,” she laughs, as she waits for confirmation of her next international project. And Yael Stone is in Sydney shooting SBS crime drama Deep Water with Aussie Game of Thrones actor Noah Taylor, before heading stateside to resume filming on the hit American series Orange is the New Black, which has also made a star of her compatriot Ruby Rose.

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Jess / January 29th, 2016

We have added x gorgeous photos by Diego Uchitel for Grazia Magazine

Jess / January 25th, 2016

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.

Jess / September 24th, 2015

Teresa was photographed by Robert Ascroft for VVV Magazine, check out the article here and the photos in the image gallery …

Had you seen the original production of Point Break when you were approached to work on the remake?

I saw the original film actually a week before we started shooting. We decided to have the cast and crew screen the movie so the spirit of the film was around us and we were all very familiar with the movie we were paying homage to in our remake.

How did you like it?

I loved it, it’s a classic, it’s got such heart and spirit. It’s an iconic movie and I’m excited that we kept the spirit of that film but then launched it into a different stratosphere. It’s definitely a huge international film, on a bigger scale in every sense.

And how does this version differ from the original?

Pretty much the whole film is different. We have the same characters, but it’s very, very loosely based on the original and it takes it to various locations around the world. We have a huge amount of extreme sports in the film and we have the best athletes in the world at each of these sports with us on the film. They’re in the movie and they’re also training the guys who are appearing in the film. They’re the guys who have been the experts for us; it’s definitely extreme sports at their highest level.

Point Break and Knights of Cups are probably very different, how do you strike the balance between mainstream and indie work?

I definitely try to do films that speak to my spirit. Certainly I’ve done big budget films and I’ve done little gritty independent films and to me it’s about finding the right director and a gritty character and sinking my teeth into that. I don’t typically worry too much about the size of the budget, it’s whether I connect with the story or not and also if I’m going to be challenged; that’s really how I select my projects.

What’s important to you about being challenged?

I think if I’m not pushing myself out of my comfort zone then I’m not learning, then I can’t get better and grow as an artist. I’m never satisfied playing the same type of character. I want to really challenge myself and take risks and see where that takes me. You can only learn from there, that’s what I love to do. Having that constant challenge is really stimulating and keeps me wanting to continue on. I think I’d get bored if I wasn’t choosing roles that were really difficult. That’s what I try to do. I always like to switch it up.

Triple Nine is also being released this year, what was it like to work with such a star-studded cast?

It was interesting in that there were so many of us that we didn’t all work with each other at the same time, but it was great. All my scenes were with Casey Affleck and he’s just a wonderful human being. Our kids are in the same class at school so I know him personally and that actually made it a lot easier playing his wife. I was so honored to be a part of that movie, I have such a tiny role, but the filmmaker asked me to come in and have this cameo role and I said yes. It’s just an honor to be around such interesting artists.

What was it like shooting The Ever After with your husband; did it ever get too personal?

No, it didn’t. We shot that in four weeks with our friends and family as the crew and it was such a fascinating experience. We really immersed ourselves in these characters, it made it even more alive and real. We showed intimacy on screen you don’t get to see unless you’re witnessing a real relationship. That’s what we love doing and that’s kind of Mark’s signature style, building films around real relationships as he did with the film he did with his son. I loved doing it, that’s my favorite type of filmmaking.

What did modeling while pregnant mean to you?

I felt great doing photo-shoots while I was pregnant, I felt very proud of my swollen belly, I loved it. I think I really found a beautiful relationship with my physical self while I was pregnant. Watching the miracle of life grow within me and seeing the way my body changed; I had a really beautiful relationship with my pregnancy. It was healing in many ways, I feel less judgmental of my physical self now that I’ve birthed a child. There’s nothing more I love than being pregnant. My dream for the next 15 years would be to either be pregnant or having my babies.

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