We have added some scans of Teresa in Sure Magazine October 2014 Issue. As soon as we have HQ we will update the gallery…
Teresa is featured in The Art of Discovery: Hollywood Stars Review Their Inspirations by Jeff Vespa. The book went on sale September 30th 2014 and you can buy yours here for $33. We have added the beautiful photo of Teresa to the gallery.
An exquisitely illustrated celebration of creativity, revealing key moments of artistic enlightenment. The Art of Discovery features one hundred intimate portraits of celebrities relating personal stories about their inspirations. The striking imagery shot by renowned photographer Jeff Vespa is accompanied by insightful messages designed by typographer and award-winning art director Nancy Rouemy. Ranging from anecdotal to poignant, the accounts are from luminaries such as Susan Sarandon, Adrien Brody, Naomi Watts, William H. Macy, Kristen Stewart, Emily Blunt, Ralph Fiennes, Kate Bosworth, Paul Giamatti, Danny Glover, Dakota Fanning, and Jake Gyllenhaal. A portion of the proceeds from the sales of The Art of Discovery will go to support the arts advocacy programs of The Creative Coalition, the premier charity, nonpartisan social and public advocacy organization of the arts and entertainment community.
Artistry Global Face Teresa Palmer takes time during a photo shoot to share what she loves about the Artistry Hydra V collection and The Little Black Dress fall color collection. Check out the lovely behind the scenes video below:
Actress Teresa Palmer is returning home to star in a new Australian thriller. It will be the 28-year-old Palmer’s third substantial film role since the birth of her son Bodhi in February.
Currently shooting the hotly-anticipated Point Break remake in Mexico, Austria, Switzerland and Tahiti, Palmer is to play one of the two leads in 2:22, a high-concept genre film being shot in NSW on a medium-sized ($8 million) budget. Her male co-star has yet to be cast.
“Although it is a genre piece, at heart, it’s a love story, so the chemistry between the two leads has to be right,” said producer Jodi Matterson.
Written and directed by Paul Currie (One Perfect Day), and produced by Matterson and US veteran Bill Mechanic, 2:22 tells the story of an air traffic controller whose life is derailed when an ominous pattern repeats itself in exactly the same manner every day. Production will begin in January, once Palmer has wrapped on the just-announced Nicholas Sparks romance The Choice, with Benjamin Walker.
Apart from three days’ filming in New York, 2:22 will be shot entirely on location in Sydney and at the sound stages at Fox Studios, where New York’s Grand Central Station and JFK airport are to be recreated.
Teresa Palmer stunned in a red Carolina Herrera gown for the opening ceremony of the 19th Busan International Film Festival in South Korea on Thursday, October 2nd 2014.
The most striking element of the piece, pulled from the Carolina Herrera’s Fall 2014 collection, was the structure of its strapless neckline, which had Teresa looking sexy, elegant and playful all in one hit. The diamond jewels kept the 28-year-olds’s classy sophistication at play, while her red lip choice, soft blonde curls, and slight sneak of nude pumps made the look appear fresh and fun.
“Such fun meeting Miss Japan and seeing my friend, Nakajima-san at the Busan International Film Festival. #artistrytweets #biff201,” The 28-year-old actress posted on Instagram earlier in the day.
Just hours after the male lead was announced, Teresa Palmer has been tapped as female lead Gabby Holland in Lionsgate’s The Choice.
The man who played the 16th president in Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Benjamin Walker landed the male lead in the Nicholas Sparks film. He’ll play Travis Parker, who meets neighbor Gabby Holland in a small coastal town. The story spans a decade of their love affair, which is ultimately tested by life’s most defining events. Ross Katz directs from a screenplay by Bryan Sipe.
It’s the first independent feature from Nicholas Sparks Productions, whose Sparks and Theresa Park are partnering with Peter Safran to produce and finance the pic. Jason Constantine and Eda Kowan are overseeing for Lionsgate.