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Arrow television Videos
05th Mar

Arrow television
04th Mar

Added several pictures of Jessica on the set of ‘Arrow’ to film episode 17 “Birds of Prey” on February 4, 2014 in Canada. This album contains spoilers so if you do not want to see what is going to happen, do not view the photos! The episode will air March 26th, 2014.

Appearances
25th Feb

Jessica looked beautiful in her little black dress while attending the ‘Non-Stop’ Los Angeles premiere at the Regency Village Theatre on February 24, 2014 in Westwood, California. I have added +100 high quality photos in our gallery, thanks to my friend Helen for some of them!

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Movies these final hours
19th Feb

In Cinemas June 12!
Filmed over five weeks in Western Australia, the apocalyptic thriller won the coveted The Age Critic’s award for best Australian Feature at the 2013 Melbourne International Film Festival.

The film asks the hard hitting question “What would you do on the last day on Earth?”

THESE FINAL HOURS tells the story of a self-obsessed young man (Nathan Phillips) as he makes his way to the party-to-end-all-parties on the last day on Earth and stars an ensemble of rising Australian acting talent. Zak Hilditch, who wrote and directed the project, is one of Australia’s foremost up and coming talents. His short film Transmission which was made as a companion piece for THESE FINAL HOURS was nominated for Best Film at the 2013 AACTA Awards and won Best Screenplay.

THESE FINAL HOURS was developed through Screen Australia’s Springboard program and with the assistance of ScreenWest.

It’s the last day on Earth, twelve hours before a cataclysmic event will end life as we know it. A troubled young man named James makes his way across a lawless and chaotic city to the party to end all parties. However, along the way he ends up saving the life of a little girl named Rose, desperately searching for her father. Stuck with the unexpected burden of resonsibility, James is forced to come to terms with what really matters in life and helps Rose find her father which ultimately leads him on a path to redemption.

post-it
15th Feb

Jessica celebrates her birthday today so happy birthday to this amazing woman and talented actress!! We wish her the very best in her career and her personal life. Lots of love from your fans!

cut snake Interviews Movies
08th Feb

THE LOWDOWNUNDER – It’s the last day of shooting on Melbourne-based director Tony Ayres’ taut crime drama Cut Snake and there’s a crackle of electricity on set as the cast and crew of around 80 folks ready themselves to say goodbye.

It’s been a full-on six weeks of 12-hour shooting days, but Sullivan Stapleton, the upcoming star of 300: Rise of an Empire perhaps best known for his disturbing turn as the aggressive Craig Cody in David Michôd’s Animal Kingdom, is in a playful mood as he sits in the passenger seat of a ‘70s car parked in front of a green screen in a South Melbourne studio.

A big guy rotates a strip light on a helicopter stand to recreate streetlights passing overhead, while another crewmember sprays the dashboard with some magic solution to dull the reflection.

As Ayres leans in to direct Stapleton and his co-stars Jessica De Gouw (These Final Hours, Arrow, Dracula) and Alex Russell (Carrie), Stapleton lunges in and chomps on his elbow, prompting uproarious laughter that breaks the spell of what has been a tense scene.

“Sullivan hasn’t worked in Australia for a while, but he knows all the crew, so he brings a level of comfort and fun to the shoot,” Ayres says later.

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