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Harper’s Bazaar has released the cover and two photos from their November edition. Check them out in the gallery!


Taking a break from filming new supernatural drama series Bloom, Phoebe Tonkin talks outgrowing fantasy roles, the positive power of social media and becoming a professional Cinderella.

Phoebe Tonkin is sipping a ghee coffee and nibbling a banana muffin at The Roadhouse, a rustic coffee shop in Byron Bay, when BAZAAR calls. “My dad lives here and I’m visiting,” the Los Angeles-based Australian actor says. “I’ve been in Melbourne the past couple of weeks and it’s not the greatest weather over there right now, so I wanted to come here to go swimming, enjoy some sun and just hang out.”

The relaxed, sunny vibe of Byron Bay’s hipster wholefoods scene is about as far away as you can get from the project Tonkin has been working on in Melbourne: a dark supernatural drama series called Bloom. The 29-year-old stars alongside two-time Oscar nominee Jacki Weaver, Bryan Brown and Ryan Corr (Holding the Man, Hacksaw Ridge) in the six-part Stan original. The story is set in a country town, one year after a devastating flood has killed five locals. Survivors have discovered five mysterious plants growing where their neighbours drowned, each producing berries that have the power to restore youth. But there’s a catch. The renewed vitality is fleeting, so the town must protect their supply at all costs. Tonkin is calling it “a grounded, dark fairytale”. “Even though there is an element that is not of this world, everything from the relationships to the characters feels very real and relatable,” she explains. “It’s still very Australian, but I think it’s something that will also do very well internationally.”

Helmed by acclaimed American director John Curran (Tracks, Chappaquiddick, Praise), Bloom taps into the global sci-fi zeitgeist — think series such as Stranger Things, Black Mirror, Incorporated, Dark and Altered Carbon — making it one of the most buzzed-about debuts of the year. “It poses really interesting questions about our desires and vitality: what are the costs? What would you sacrifice?” Tonkin continues. “It asks things we need to ask ourselves every day about the way we consume, the way we use social media, the people we look up to and whether it’s a very superficial world.”

Read more of the interview at Harper’s Bazaar Australia


A few highlights:
– This was Phoebe’s first convention in Australia.
– Phoebe is still filming Bloom, and expects it to come out at the end of this year.
– She expressed her desire to do period work, though said that Bloom has some period scenes.
– She would really like to work with Reed Morano, Sofia Coppola, and Wes Anderson.
– When asked about Tomorrow When the War Began, Phoebe mentioned that she is still really good friends with Rachel Hurd-Wood and not too long ago met up with her in London.
– When asked what kind of roles Phoebe would like to portray, she said she would like to work in a film that explored a country and culture that is not very well-known to general audiences.
– Thought one of the most fun scenes to film on the Originals was the masquerade because everyone was on set, and she preferred the scenes where all the characters were together.


Hello, everyone! I am very happy to announce that I have finished upgrading screencaps from Safe Harbour. I hope you all enjoy them. Also, stay tuned because I will be posting more content from Safe Harbour in the coming weeks.


Hello, everyone! As you may have noticed, I have been working on upgrading screencaps from Safe Harbour to a higher quality. I plan to continue working on this, but I just started a new semester of grad school so it might take a little while longer. In the meantime, I have added 3 new stills and an upgraded 1 still from Safe Harbour. Hope you all enjoy!


To mark the launch of three new body products within GABRIELLE CHANEL line: a Foaming Shower Gel, Moisturizing Body Lotion, Deodorant Natural Spray, CHANEL reveals a digital campaign through a series of interviews featuring inspiring women.

In the short films, nine women reveal their unique identity, passions and rebel hearts; all values that are at the core the fragrance GABRIELLE CHANEL. They express themselves through the spirit of GABRIELLE, one letter at a time.

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