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dracula television
02nd Nov

HD screen captures of Jessica in yesterday’s episode 1×02 “A Whiff of Sulphur” of ‘Dracula’ have been added to the gallery.

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dracula television
01st Nov

I have added high quality stills from episodes 1×05 and 1×07 of ‘Dracula’.

Television Productions > Dracula (2013) > Season 1 > Episode Stills > 1.05 – The Devil’s Waltz
Television Productions > Dracula (2013) > Season 1 > Episode Stills > 1.07 – Servant To Two Masters

dracula Interviews television
31st Oct

Here’s an out there concept that may take a while to absorb, so brew a pot of tea and prepare to have your mind blown. This new Sky Living drama, Dracula (Thursday 31 October, 9pm), concerns something called a ‘vampire’ who moves to London and… What’s that? You’ve heard this all before?

Not according to Jonathan Rhys Meyers, you haven’t. In this new interpretation of Bram Stoker’s novel Jonathan plays three different characters – Vlad Tepes, American industrialist Alexander Grayson, and Dracula – as he circles London’s high society in search of vengeance on those who murdered his wife. Somewhat annoyingly for Vlad/Alexander/Dracula he encounters Mina Murray (Jessica de Gouw), who is a dead ringer for his long-dead wife. Furthermore, she already has a squeeze in the shape of Jonathan Harker (Oliver Jackson-Cohen), now a journalist rather than a lawyer.

We spoke to Jonathan and Jessica about why this version is distinct from others and why you won’t fancy this Dracula. There’s some advice on love, too.

The story of Dracula is one that hasn’t been told much…
Jessica: This version of the Dracula story is very different to any I’ve seen before. By name we’re the same characters but their characteristics, personalities and careers are so different. Here, Mina Murray is a medical student and she’s a modern woman in a man’s world. A lot of the characters are new.

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dracula television
31st Oct

Stills from episode 1×04 “From Darkness To Light” of ‘Dracula’ have been added to the gallery!

cut snake Movies
30th Oct

Shooting has commenced on a new Aussie flick called “Snake”, which stars “300 Rise of an Empire” muscle Sullivan Stapleton, among others.

The press release follows :
Principal photography has begun today on Matchbox Pictures’ new Australian feature film Cut Snake – a tense, psychologically-driven crime thriller in which one man discovers his biggest enemy to putting the past behind him is himself. The film will be shot over six weeks at locations in and around Melbourne including Williamstown, Fitzroy, Warrandyte and Northcote.

The feature has attracted an internationally renowned Australian cast, including Sullivan Stapleton (300: Rise Of An Empire, Animal Kingdom), Alex Russell (Chronicle, Carrie) and Jessica De Gouw (Arrow, Dracula).

Cut Snake has also engaged some of the most talented crew working in Australia, including Line Producer Brendan Campbell (Nowhere Boys, Underbelly), Production Designer Jo Ford (Animal Kingdom, The Last Ride), Director of Photography Simon Chapman (The Loved Ones, The Little Death), Editor Andy Canny (Galore, The Slap), 1st AD Phil Jones (Top of the Lake, Animal Kingdom, Chopper) and Costume designer Cappi Ireland (Kill Bill I & II, The Home Song Stories).

This project marks a return to feature films for director Tony Ayres (The Home Song Stories, The Slap, The Turning), from a script by Blake Ayshford (The Straits, Devil’s Playground). Trevor Blainey (Noise) and Matchbox Pictures’ Michael McMahon (The Home Song Stories, Lou, The Slap) are producing.

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Magazine Scans
27th Oct

Jessica is featured with a new photoshoot in the October issue of Nylon magazine. I have added HQ scan to the gallery. Enjoy!