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First look at Nine Perfect Strangers (Video)

The first official trailer for Samara’s upcoming Hulu mini-series “Nine Perfect Strangers” has been released! Check it out below, and learn more about the project in the article attached at the bottom of the post. The show arrives on Hulu on August 18th, 2021.

Vanity Fair | TV fans who became addicted to the twists and turns of Big Little Lies or The Undoing will be pleased to know there’s a new mystery on the horizon, just waiting to suck them in. Nine Perfect Strangers reunites David E. Kelley, Nicole Kidman, and author Liane Moriarty for an all-new surprising adventure, this time set in Kidman and Moriarty’s home country of Australia. But even if you think you know what to expect from this trio of creators, Kelley cautioned Vanity Fair to think again: “This one’s a bit wild.”

Moriarty’s book Nine Perfect Strangers takes place at a remote, upscale health-and-wellness resort that promises healing and transformation for nine stressed city dwellers. Overseeing their journey is enigmatic and possibly dangerous resort director Masha, played with unsettling serenity by Kidman. The cast is packed with familiar TV and film faces, including Michael Shannon, Luke Evans, Regina Hall, Bobby Cannavale, Samara Weaving, Melvin Gregg, Manny Jacinto, Asher Keddie, Grace Van Patten, and Tiffany Boone. At the center of both the novel and the show is Frances, a successful writer looking for guidance in her personal life, played by Melissa McCarthy.

As Masha and Frances embark on this emotional and chaotic journey, Kidman and McCarthy are given plenty of opportunity to spark off each other. “They are both wildly funny, moving, and unpredictable,” Kelley said. “Characters who surprise, charm, and sometimes shock—played by two incredibly gifted performers.”

Masha, her staff, and these nine “perfect” strangers clash during a retreat filled with experimental therapies that stretch the imagination. “One could be inclined to dismiss the construct as too absurd, but it would be a mistake,” Kelley said. “The series is ultimately rooted in human pathologies, and what leaps out as ridiculous gets very real. The goal was to deliver a fun ride which emotionally resonates. A hoot with a sniffle chaser.”

The premise of Moriarty’s book is not all that dissimilar from that of the series Lost or a variety of shows that have drawn inspiration from it. The various attendees at this retreat come burdened with a wide range of baggage, from personal loss to addiction to crises of self-image. Whatever assumptions audiences make will be challenged over the course of eight episodes as the characters’ backstories unfold. What Nine Perfect Strangers has that those other stories don’t is the wild and wonderful setting of the Tranquillum House spa.

This new teaser is premiering on the eve of Global Wellness Day as a nod to the show’s (occasionally absurd) setting. “The self-improvement thing has become difficult to parody, but I think we manage,” Kelley said. “We do have our share and fun and nonsense. But underlying the craziness, people are broken. They hurt. They want to heal. There’s struggle everywhere. In success, we both laugh and cry with these characters.”

For a better sense of what that tone might look like, it’s helpful to consider that every episode of the series is directed by Jonathan Levine, whose catalog of work includes comedies with plenty of pathos: 50/50, The Wackness, and Long Shot. After quarantining for 14 days per Australian law, Levine and his cast shot on location in Byron Bay, New South Wales, last year during the pandemic. “Extraordinary work by Jonathan Levine and our entire crew,” Kelley said of the pandemic-safe production. “No easy task. Honestly, I still cannot believe they pulled it off.”

The first three episodes of Nine Perfect Strangers will debut on Hulu on August 18.

Max Minghella, Flea, Samara Weaving & More Round Out Cast For Damien Chazelle’s ‘Babylon’

Exciting news, Samara fans! Our girl has joined the star-packed ‘Babylon’ cast, starring major-big Hollywood names such as Margot Robbie and Brad Pitt. Fans have been eager for Samara and Margot to do a project together for a while now, so we’re definitely hyped about this film. Unfortunately we’ll have to wait until 2023 for the release, but expect many updates here at Samara Weaving Heaven once filming starts! It’s exciting to see how well Samara is faring in Hollywood at the moment.

Deadline | Damien Chazelle’s 1920s Hollywood-set movie Babylon has rounded out a bulk of what is expected to be its final casting. Of those set to head back in time are Max Minghella, Flea, Samara Weaving, Rory Scovel, Lukas Haas, Eric Roberts, P.J. Byrne and Damon Gupton.

All of them join the previously announced cast of Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt, Diego Calva, Jovan Adepo, Li Jun Li and as we first told you today, Katherine Waterston.

All parts and storylines for the next movie from the Oscar-winning La La Land director are under wraps. As we told you, the Paramount movie is R-rated and set in the shifting moment in Hollywood when the motion picture industry turned from silent film to talkies.

Chazelle in addition to directing, wrote the script. Babylon hits theaters on Christmas Day 2022 in a limited release with a wide break on Jan. 6, 2023. Olivia Hamilton, Matt Plouffe, and Marc Platt are producing. Tobey Maguire, Helen Estabrook and Adam Siegel are EPs.

Minghella currently stars on the fourth season of Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale and can currently be seen in Lionsgate’s horror movie Spiral. The director, writer and EP of the 2018 movie Teen Spirit is repped by CAA, Anonymous Content and Jackoway Austen Tyerman Wertheimer Mandelbaum Morris Bernstein Trattner & Klein.

Weaving, who blasted off before U.S. audiences in Ready or Not and can next be seen in Paramount’s summer film Snake Eyes, is repped by WME, Untitled, and Ziffren Brittenham.

Flea, the bassist of 6x-Grammy winning Red Hot Chili Peppers, has starred in such films as Back to the Future, Baby Driver, Toy Story 4 and Boy Erased. He is repped by Innovative Artists. Haas, the star of Chazelle’s First Man, Inception, Witness and the upcoming Midnight in the Switchgrass is repped by APA, LBI, and Morris Yorn Barnes Levine Krintzman Rubenstein Kohner & Gellman.

Comedian Scovel, who has starred in such comedies as I Feel Pretty and House, is repped by UTA, Mosaic and Schreck Rose Dapello Adams Berlin & Dunham. Scovel will also star in the upcoming AppleTV+ series Physical opposite Rose Byrne and has a special “Live Without Fear” debuting on YouTube on June 24.

Roberts, the star of several movies including Runaway Train, Inherent Vice and The Dark Knight is repped by Sovereign Talent Group and Empire. Roberts was Oscar-nominated in the supporting actor category for Runaway Train in 1986.

Samara Weaving joins Daniel Radcliffe in Guns Akimbo

Hello Samara fans! I came online to some very exciting news today… Samara has been cast in a new project! She is set to start alongside Daniel Radcliffe in the NZ filmmaker Jason Lei Howden‘s film “Guns Akimbo“. As the huge Harry Potter fan she is, I can imagine Samara being extremely excited to star alongside the main actor himself – we definitely can’t wait to see her in this! You can read more about the project below, and we’ll keep you updated on anything new about the film.

Kiwi filmmaker Jason Lei Howden began production on Guns Akimbo in Auckland on Saturday, with Samara Weaving joining Daniel Radcliffe in the cast.

The movie is described as an “adrenaline-fuelled, balls-to-the-wall original action comedy” and is the second feature for the writer/director following his hit 2015 horror comedy Deathgasm.

“I am massively excited to be here in Auckland starting filming on Guns Akimbo,” Radcliffe told Newshub. “Jason Lei Howden has written a brilliant and delightfully insane script, and working with him as director and alongside the fantastic Samara Weaving to bring it to life is going to be a lot of fun. If you see me around Auckland looking very worse for wear and covered in blood and bruises, don’t worry – this is probably for filming.”

Weaving, 26, is a former Home and Away star who was last seen on the big screen in award season darling Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.

Guns Akimbo will follow an ordinary man whose mundane existence is turned upside-down when he finds himself enrolled in a dark social media movement that forces strangers to fight in a city-wide game of death, live-streamed worldwide to a fanatical audience. Howden told Flicks.co.nz he hopes Guns Akimbo beats the ‘high watermark’ set by acclaimed modern action movie John Wick. On social media, the filmmaker has teased fans with glimpses of a rocket launcher and an American muscle car in tweets about the movie. (Source)

Qantas Magazine’s QStyle March 2018 Magazine Scans

As written in our previous post, Samara is the covergirl of Qantas Magazine‘s QStyle issue this month. Following the beautiful photoshoot outtakes added yesterday, I have now added high quality digital scans of the spread to our gallery! I have also typed up the article, which you can read below. Samara discusses rising to fame, the hardest parts of being an actress, her hometown Sydney and her current hometown Los Angeles.

Samara Weaving is the type of person who’d bristle at the word “journey”. But if anyone’s been on one, it’s her. The 26-year-old niece of acclaimed Australian actor Hugo Weaving was born in Adelaide and raised all over Asia and Europe by her academic parents before spending four years on the fictional streets of Home and Away’s Summer Bay (like Isla Fisher and Chris Hemsworth before her). Since then she’s ping-ponged between Australia and the United States, officially relocating to Los Angeles after landing the lead role (of a murderous babysitter) in Netflix’s 2017 horror-comedy smash The Babysitter.A buzz has trailed Weaving ever since,growing louder after her small but memorable part in the awards-season steamroller Three Billboards Outside Ebbing,Missouri opposite Frances McDormand, Woody Harrelson and Sam Rockwell. Then there was her on-point portrayal of an irritatingly perfect girlfriend in the breakout hit SMILF (the second season is currently in production), a raw and honest dramedy about a twenty something single mum. Later this year, Weaving will star as ill-fated schoolgirl Irma Leopold in the television adaptation of Australian classic Picnic at Hanging Rock alongside Game of Thrones alum Natalie Dormer – a series so hotly anticipated that it sparked a network bidding war in the US. On an increasingly rare visit home, Weaving took time out to dress up and talk shop.

You’ve become very visible very quickly…
Once I’d booked The Babysitter– which was on The Black List [a list of the most hyped but as-yet-unproduced scripts in Hollywood] for years – it felt like I finally had my foot in the door. I’ve been in the industry for 10 years and not having to jump through as many hoops when it comes to auditions is really refreshing.
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Who is Samara Weaving: Get to know the Summer Bay babe that’s taking Hollywood by storm

Now to love – Meet the blonde beauty taking over Hollywood. Many of you would have noticed a familiar face popping up throughout the 2018 award aeason. That lady is none other than homegrown beauty Samara Weaving. And you can bet that by the end of the year, she’ll be one of the most recognisable faces in Hollywood.

Who is Samara Weaving?
The 25-year-old, who was born on the 23rd February, 1992 in Adelaide, is an Australian model and actress. She grew up all across the globe in countries like Singapore, Fiji and Indonesia, before completing her high school education in the ACT at Canberra Girls Grammar School.

Samara is the oldest daughter of filmmaker Simon Weaving and it’s clear showbiz runs in the family with her sister Morgan Weaving also an actress while her uncle is famous Australian star, Hugo Weaving.

How did Samara Weaving become famous?
The actress landed her first role in 2008 on the Aussie series Out Of The Blue. A year later she became a household name when she cast as Indigo “Indi” Walker on Home and Away. She was such a popular character, the show promoted her to the main cast in 2010.

Samara scored many professional nods for the role including a nomination Audience Choice Award for Best Female Performance in a Television Drama at the inaugural AACTA Awards in 2012. The now-25-year-old decided to wrap up her time in Summer Bay for the brighter shores of Hollywood, in July 2013.

Inside her modelling, films and rise to international fame
In 2012, Samara became one of the brand ambassadors for Bonds underwear. Aussies will remember her iconic 2014 Bonds campaign with surfer Owen Wright. The former Home and Away beauty also starred in a few local films including 2013’s Mystery Road, alongside her uncle Hugo Weaving and 2016’s thriller Bad Girl.

She started gaining international attention in 2015 after being cast in a reoccurring role as Heather in the first season of Ash vs Evil Dead. Showing she can play an array of characters, the actress was singer Charlie Puth’s love interest in his 2017 hist song, Attention.

Hitting Hollywood big time
2017 was huge for Samara. She landed the dream role of Nelson Rose in the American Showtime series SMILF. The 25-year-old is also part of the Oscar-nominated cast for the film Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, alongside Frances McDormand, Woody Harrelson and Abbie Cornish.

This year she has a range of projects that will be released including the highly anticipated Picnic at Hanging Rock miniseries, co-starring with Natalie Dormer and Yael Stone. Keeping a sound head, she told WWD, “Because of the nature of this industry, it’s a bit dangerous to think far ahead. So at the moment I’m just taking it day by day.”

She’s been dubbed “the next Margot Robbie” (Read full article)

Samara Weaving, Carly Chaikin To Star In ‘Last Moment of Clarity’ From Metalwork Pictures

Deadline – Samara Weaving, recently seen in the Best Picture Oscar-nominated film, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, and Mr. Robot star Carly Chaikin, and Zach Avery will topline the indie drama, Last Moment of Clarity, which is currently filming in Virginia. The pic marks the debut outing from writer/director siblings Colin Krisel and James Krisel.

It follows Sam (Avery) who, after witnessing the murder of his fiancée Georgia (Weaving) flees to Paris to forget. Three years later, Sam finds himself a paranoid drifter, until one day at a Parisian cinema he spots an actress who in his mind, looks uncannily like his dead love. Sam re-emerges in Los Angeles, reconnects with his old friend Kat (Chaikin), and together they try to avoid the Albanian mafia while uncovering the truth about Georgia.

Brian Cox (X-Men 2), Hal Ozsan (The Blacklist), and Udo Kier (Downsizing) co-star.

Andrew Levitas is producing via Metalwork Pictures, along with Stephen Israel and Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps producer Allan Loeb. Levitas’ Rogue Black shingle is financing the project.

Weaving is repped by WME and Untitled Entertainment; Chaikin by Paradigm and Berwick & Kovacik; Avery by Gotham Group; Cox by Paradigm and Insight; Kier by Richard Schwartz Management; Ozsan by Abrams Artists Agency.

The Krisel brothers are repped by Gotham Group and Gang, Tyre, Ramer & Brown