Here’s a video of Isabel talking to Film Festival Flix at their LA premiere of The Wedding Party earlier this year:
She starred in action blockbuster Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen alongside Shia LaBeouf, worked with iconic movie director Steven Spielberg, featured in an Ed Sheeran music video and joined actress Hayden Panettiere in a celebrity protest championing animal rights.
Despite spending the past few years mingling with Hollywood’s finest, Melbourne- born, Los Angeles- based actress Isabel Lucas was happy to don a swimsuit and brave Perth’s wet dreary weather yesterday to shoot a Mediterranean-themed campaign for leading WA jeweller Linneys.
The 28-year-old is the latest celebrity to be unveiled as the face of the brand, which previously featured Perth expats Melissa George and Jessica Marais as well as former Victoria’s Secret model Jessica van der Steen.
Posing for the decadent summer-inspired shoot, which took place at a lavish Mosman Park mansion, also marked her first visit to Perth.
“I just feel really appreciative to be here,” Lucas told AAA. “It was good timing. I wasn’t filming anything, I had a little free pocket of time.”
The former Logie-winning Home and Away star, who has dated Thor hunk Chris Hemsworth and folk-blues singer Angus Stone, is gearing up for a busy 2014 with the release of four films, including the Erik Van Looy-directed thriller The Loft, starring alongside fellow Aussie actress Rachael Taylor.
Actress Isabel Lucas on way to Perth
AUSTRALIAN actress Isabel Lucas, who will next year appear in a new flick alongside American singer songwriter Nick Jonas, is expected to jet into Perth early next week.
Melbourne-born Lucas will be in town to shoot a new campaign for local jeweller Linneys.
Lucas follows fellow actresses Melissa George and Jessica Marais in appearing in campaigns for the locally-owned jewellery company.
A spokeswoman for Linneys today confirmed Lucas would be in Perth next week.
“She is coming,” a spokesperson said.
Lucas won a Logie award in 2004 for popular new talent for her role as Tasha Andrews on Home and Away.
The former girlfriend of actor Chris Hemsworth will next year be seen in a thriller, Careful What You Wish For.
Isabel popped up at In Style’s Summer Soiree in Los Angeles in Tuesday! She sported her typical ethereal boho style, wearing a long cream dress with a black hat, bag and shoes. And take a look at her new pixie cut! What do you think of Isabel’s new hair and latest outfit?
HQ pics are in our Gallery for you to browse…
Hello Isabel fans! I’ve made some small updates to the site today, and thought I’d post to give you something new-ish to look at. Mainly, the Isabel With Other Celebrities and Style Rundown pages have been updated, and I’ve updated and/or created pages for Isabel’s 2012-2014 movies including Careful What You Wish For.
Speaking of Careful What You Wish For, I remembered I still needed to add the rest of the official set pictures to the Gallery so have done that now. I also came across a previously unseen picture of Isabel with her co-star Nick Jonas – I don’t know what or when it was taken, or who the other person with them is … but Isabel looks super pretty and glamorous! Check out these latest Careful What You Wish For additions in our Gallery by clicking the preview to the left.
Finally, for some unfortunate and unknown reason we recently lost all of our affiliates – if you were affiliated with us then please let me know (comment here/tweet/email) and/or re-apply and I will re-add you asap!
Universal Sets The Loft for August 29, 2014
Nearly a full year after the film’s trailer debuted online, Universal Pictures has announced that Erik Van Looy’s The Loft is scheduled to hit theaters on Friday, August 29, 2014.
Karl Urban (Star Trek Into Darkness) and James Marsden (2 Guns) star in the psychological thriller, which tells the story of five married guys who conspire to secretly share a penthouse loft in the city–a place where they can carry out hidden affairs and indulge in their deepest fantasies. But the fantasy becomes a nightmare when they discover the dead body of an unknown woman in the loft, and they realize one of the group must be involved. Paranoia seizes them as everyone begins to suspect one another. Friendships are tested, loyalties are questioned and marriages crumble as the group is consumed by fear, suspicion and murder in this relentless thriller.
Wentworth Miller, Eric Stonestreet, Matthias Schoenaerts, Isabel Lucas, Rachael Taylor and Rhona Mitra also star.
Exciting news, Isabel fans – we have new candids of our favourite Aussie! Izzy was snapped in West Hollywood a couple of weeks ago having lunch with a friend and moving some furniture. She looked her usual lovely self in a blue shirt, grey skinny jeans and a grey cardigan. The photos also give us more of a look at her new short haircut – she really has cut it off! I’m pleased to see this hasn’t affected her love of headbands though Check out the pics in our Gallery:
Isabel news is slow again, so while I was checking for any news on Knight Of Cups I came across some interviews with a couple of the cast members plus a film editor who previously worked with director Terrence Malick which I thought I’d post here. They give a bit of insight into what the film might be about. As for a release date for the film, it will probably be 2014 now.
Jason Clarke interview with IndieWire:
And what was “Knight of Cups” like?
It was just hilarious! Well Terry is a guy where you get 20 pages of dialogue, this extraordinarily in-depth dialogue, and then you’ll learn it and try and shoot it. But Terry’s not after anything that’s ordained or set up. He’s creating an environment where he just wants to capture something that’s alive.
Are you in it enough that you can’t be cut out of it?
You never know with Terrence Malick. I remember when I told Jess, she said, “Just so you know, you might not end up in the film.” There were so many people coming in and out and he’s out there doing his thing. There’s a craziness and a wonderfulness and a freedom but he’s got great motives and aspirations. He’s interested in pursuing things.
Teresa Palmer interview with IndieWire
Last week, we had the pleasure of chatting with Palmer about ‘Wish’ but of course, had to inquire about her work on Malick’s film. And what started as a schedule that wasn’t supposed to last longer than a day, turned into something much more, with Palmer being utilized to shake up the story and characters in the film.
“I was only supposed to be there for one morning and…they call it ‘torpedo’ when a character in a cast comes and gets thrown into the scene and the other actor doesn’t know that character is going to be put in the scene. That’s just the little experiment they do,” Palmer explained. “So the end of when I was supposed to go home, Terence asked me, ‘What are you doing the rest of the day?’ I was like ‘Nothing, nothing at all.’ And then he was like, ‘Would you like to stay and we’ll make you a torpedo.’ So I ended up torpedoing into these scenes with Christian Bale and then that continued on for the next eight days. So I was brought back and this character became a bigger character and I got to improvise and it was just a funny, sassy character that’s different from a lot of the other characters that I’ve seen in some of Terry’s past films.”
I’m a bit late on this, but Electric Slide was screened by its production company Myriad Pictures at the Cannes Film Festival a couple of months ago in order to attract distributors. No word on whether they did manage that, but there’s obviously a huge market there. To coincide with this screening, they also included their film on their websites and you can view those website pages here and here. Included in that promotion was a new still from the film, which shows Isabel and Jim in character:
Isabel makes an appearance in Los Angeles musician SoKo’s new short film entitled ‘Monster Love’. It’s a really different and unique film, and Izzy appears briefly at about 3:10 minutes in. It also features Isabel’s good friend Hannah ‘Mermaid’ Fraser. The song playing in the film is also called Monster Love, and is by Ariel Pink. Find out more about SoKo (who I presume is a friend of Isabel’s?) at her Facebook page, and read more about this film (no mention of Isabel) at Nowness.com.
A street-stranded mermaid fends off a kitsch beast in Monster Love, a new VHS-recorded promo directed by Soko, who also stars alongside Morgan Krantz and actor, model and marine activist Hannah Fraser. Filmed in the Silverlake area of Los Angeles, the short is soundtracked by a song that shares its title, the French polymath’s brand new duet with Los Angeles’ lo-fi underground star, Ariel Pink, that will feature on her forthcoming album. “The whole thing was super DIY and felt like making a school project video with all my friends,” she says. Born in Bordeaux, Soko has starred in a number of films in her homeland, and recently attracted much acclaim in Augustine, a sensuous, César-nominated tale about a 19th-century maid consigned to an asylum. But despite her passion for acting, music remains Soko’s most cherished source of creativity. She has just released her debut album I Thought I Was an Alien in the US, which opens with the stripped-down and haunting track that also features here: “I Just Want to Make It New With You,” written with her collaborator Pink in mind. “We were friends, falling in love, but he was just out of a relationship and I—as always—was broken hearted,” the singer says of a near miss that was the catalyst for today’s film, in which she falls for the luckless protagonist. “We hadn’t shed the heaviness of our past. I imagined that after relationships, we all turn into some sort of monster, and only if we stop being monstrous will we ever be able to be real lovers again.” We got the two together to talk about recording, acting, and the logistics behind becoming a mermaid. (Nowness.com)
Isabel’s Aussie romantic comedy The Wedding Party was released on DVD in the US on June 19th, and you can purchase a copy at Amazon.com. I don’t have details on the extras. Pick up a copy to see Isabel as the Russian bride Ana!
Additionally, Starpulse.com have a competition for US residents to win a copy of the DVD.
Steve Thompson (Josh Lawson), a lovable anti-hero, is the youngest son in the gloriously flawed Thompson family. In a bid to save himself from financial ruin, Steve does the unthinkable and agrees to marry Ana (Isabel Lucas), a Russian woman seeking residency in exchange for a huge sum of cash. Behind closed doors the deal is done, a secret wedding is arranged and in no time life will be back to normal, or so Steve thinks, until a nosy family friend gets wind of the wedding plans and before sundown the whole Thompson family is gripped by wedding fever. Although Steve’s family could use some constructive therapy for their own relationships, they rally together to support Steve in preparation for the world’s most farcical wedding. What was once a private registry affair is now a fully-fledged spectacle as Steve’s lie takes on a life of its own, and he is more and more consumed by the fear that he has ruined his chance to be with his true love Jacqui (Kestie Morassi).