Welcome to Isabel Lucas Online! This is the most comprehensive fansite dedicated to supporting the talented young Australian actress Isabel Lucas, who is best known for her environmental charity work, and her roles in Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen, Immortals and TV's Home & Away. Isabel will next be seen in visionary director Terrence Malick's film Knight Of Cups. Enjoy the site, don't hesitate to get in touch if you have something to say or share with us, and come and visit us again soon!
A committed environmentalist, Isabel was compelled to take action out of increasing concern about the threat to James Price Point – and the people and animals that call it home – posed by plans for an enormous gas factory. Isabel is determined to help us raise $300,000 for our Supreme Court battle to stop the Kimberley gas hub in 2013.
The Wedding Party The only thing to come between a groom and his bride is a family of misfits and the love of his life.
Character: Ana Petrov Released: On DVD now (Aus & US)
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society (SSCS) is an international non-profit, marine wildlife conservation organization. Our mission is to end the destruction of habitat and slaughter of wildlife in the world's oceans in order to conserve and protect ecosystems and species.
Sea Shepherd could not think of a more brave, passionate and dedicated activist and friend of the whales, than Isabel Lucas, also known for her role in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Isabel has stepped up for duty for the oceans numerous times, including raising international awareness by attempting to stop annual slaughter of dolphins in Taiji, Japan in 2007.
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I added loads of new pictures to the Gallery last night! Isabel attended a screening of The Cove a few days ago, and pictures from that have been added. There are couple of of tiny shots of Izzy in the trailer for The Pacific (posted further below) so caps from that can be seen in the Gallery (can’t wait for this series, it looks pretty great!). And I added over 650 screencaps from recent interviews Izzy has done – she looks especially gorgeous in the The Vine interview. The 20 Minuten Online is also pretty special because she speaks Swiss in it and she’s more animated than in some other interviews. I’ll start working on a Video section pronto
Thanks so much to those of you that commented in the previous post! It’s really appreciated <3 Comments are always open, so feel free to post one (or two!) at any time!
Welcome to the full version of Isabel Lucas Online! I wasn’t intending to take this long to get it up, but various factors caused a bit of delay. But here it is! Our gorgeous layout was made for us by Ronie at SLO Designs – I wanted a natural, beachy look for the site and I think it turned out perfect. I hope you love the layout as much as I do
I’ve been working hard on the site to get a lot of content up, and it’s about 95% complete now. Take a look at our in-depth ‘Isabel‘ section which includes a large press section, and a detailed biography and filmography (with info on everything from her stage work to her documentaries to her upcoming movies and everything in between!), and our Extras section with some fun games such as the extremely addictive Concentration. Practically all information is ‘hand-written’ rather than simply copied from Wikipedia etc. as I want to provide an original Isabel resource. The Charities page is still a work-in-progress because it there is so much information there and sometime fairly soon I’ll start working on a Video section for the site but stay tuned for news on that. More content will be added in time, I’m sure
The Gallery currently has over 3,000 photos including a ton of high quality (aka large) photos, a variety of recent magazine scans (thanks so much to those of you that have contributed <3) and some rare photoshoots that you won't find elsewhere. We also have unwatermarked versions of pictures you'll have seen with watermarks elsewhere. I do ask that people do not repost photos from this Gallery anywhere else – if you want to share our photos please post a link to this site, rather than reuploading our pictures.
I just want to say a quick thank you to a few people who have been really helpful whilst I’ve been working on this site – Luciana, Deko, Mariana & Green.
The aim of Isabel Lucas Online is to provide you with an updated, extensive and high quality fansite for Ms Lucas and I hope I can provide that! Having been a fan of Isabel since she joined Home & Away all those years ago, it’s exciting to see her career taking off in Hollywood now, and I hope I can do justice to her with this site. If you ever have any questions, comments, suggestions, contributions etc. then please don’t hesitate to get in touch, because this site is made for you (and Izzy!). I hope you enjoy the site
CURRENT Australian international “it’ girl Isabel Lucas recently complained of being single for a year, so we’re wondering how a reunion with her ex Adrian Grenier went in New York yesterday. The pair were a Hollywood item for a few months early last year but clearly remained friends as they caught up in Sydney when the Entourage star toured with his band last summer.
This time the eco-warriors – she was arrested in Japan during an anti-whaling protest, while he produced the Alter Eco documentary series she featured in – got together at a film premiere.
It was for The Cove, a doco about an annual dolphin hunt near a Japanese fishing town that premiered to great praise at the Sydney Film Festival last month.
It also has an Australian connection, having been produced by Kristy Hinze’s billionaire husband Jim Clark.
Lucas has been on the move for months, most recently touring the world promoting Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen, in which she stars.
Here’s a trailer for another one of Isabel’s upcoming projects, The Cove. This is a documentary about the killing of dolphins in Taijii, Japan, and features footage of the protests Isabel was involved in there in 2007.
Whilst searching for information for the site, I came across the official trailer for The Pacific, a WWII TV mini-series co-starring Izzy. The series is set to air in the US, UK and Australia early in 2010.
Isabel is featured in the current August issue of Total Film (UK) magazine (Sienna Miller/G.I. Joe cover). It’s only a one-page feature, but it features a gorgeous new-old picture which is an out-take from her 2007 FHM photoshoot.
Scene Stealer: ‘Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen’
In “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen,” motorcycles, bulldozers and toasters transform into a menacing militia, but it’s the robot with a more feminine side that stands out among the heavy metal soldiers. Alice, a “pretender” Decepticon, emerges in the form of a sexy coed who shares a near-fatal kiss with Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf) via her titanium tongue. “We had to take a beautiful girl and turn her into a nasty killing machine in a short time,” said Matthew Butler, visual effects supervisor at Digital Domain in Venice.
The transformation begins with her face eroding away, revealing the components inside. “We didn’t want her to look like she had a skin disease,” Butler said. So, a zipper-like effect was created.
No green screen or motion capture was used when shooting actress Isabel Lucas. But it took seven months for a team of 20 to create countless layers of effects, devised with complex equations and meticulous rendering with the software Houdini to create the six-second shot. – latimesblogs.latimes.com
Why Just 2 Seconds of Transformers 2 Took 3 Months to Complete
About six months ago, Michael Bay approached Digital Domain, the Academy Award winning special effects company behind movies like Benjamin Button, Titanic , and the The Fifth Element, with a last minute request. He needed a closeup. (WARNING: Minor Spoilers Ahead).
New to the fashion circus, Isabel Lucas, the Australian actress who’s won international fame for her role in “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen,” said she’s rapidly adjusting to the limelight. “It has been a whirlwind. I’ve had a very tight schedule,” she related. Accompanied by her law graduate sister Nina, who was also decked out in Chanel, Lucas said she’s looking forward to wearing more couture for a spread in Italian Vogue.
ElleUK.com: Hollywood’s hot new face Isabel Lucas (she once starred in Home and Away as Tasha) was a special guest of Karl Lagerfeld at Chanel and sat front row with former Chanel muse Ines de la Fressange and fashion photographers Inez and Vinoodh.
The collection was quintessentially Chanel featuring tweed suits, winter coats and shift dresses, all featuring fashion’s new obsession – the exaggerated shoulder. And if you want a couture styling tip to adopt right now, make like the Chanel models and team everything from skirts suits to evening dresses with a pair of lace tights.
News.com.au: ONE glittering Paris catwalk show is not enough for competing film vixens Megan Fox and Isabel Lucas of Transformers fame.
While Fox and Cate Blanchett shared a front-row bench at Giorgio Armani Prive’s haute couture show at the Palais de Chaillot, Lucas was basking in the limelight over at French fashion powerhouse Chanel’s decadent show at the Grand Palais yesterday.
Fox and Lucas have become rivals in the babe stakes since starring in the blockbuster and yesterday Lucas claimed the advantage in the fashion stakes after revealing she’d just scored a star spot modelling couture for an upcoming shoot for Italian Vogue.
She’d also wrangled a head-to-toe Chanel S/S ’09 outfit for herself and law graduate sister Nina as they sat front row.
Vogue.co.uk: At Chanel, Patrick Demarchelier and Isabel Lucas were among the select few to see some of the most expensive clothes in the world.