Thanks to Ben Barnes Fan for getting these for me!
She’s been happily married to her screenwriter husband Mark Webber since 2013.
But on Tuesday actress Teresa Palmer suspended reality as she filmed steamy scenes for her latest film, 2:22 in Sydney alongside her Dutch co-star and Game Of Thrones heartthrob Michiel Huisman.
As the pair played up to the cameras, the 28-year-old Adelaide local looked stunning in a sleeveless silk grey top, which she teamed with a pleated high-waisted skirt, and patent ankle strap heels that showed off her endless legs.
The actress, who celebrated her son Bodhi’s first birthday on Sunday, let her sandy blonde locks flow over her shoulders with a loose curl.
Her striking features were on full display thanks to a dramatic smokey eye, bronzed cheeks and glossy lips.
Meanwhile Michiel, who married Dutch actress Tara Elders in 2008, kept things casual in a blue shirt, dark denim slim-fit jeans and lace-up shoes.
During one heated moment, the pair shared a long smooch by a park bench. Later Mark spun the Aussie star around as they enjoyed an al fresco dance session.
In another scene the duo recline on the bench as Mark holds a coffee and Teresa balances an ice cream cone in one hand and a delicate white daisy in the other.
Filming was momentarily suspended after some unwelcome rain crashed the afternoon, with the crew quickly producing oversized umbrellas to shield the stars.
Tipped to be released at the end of 2015, the Australian-American thriller is directed by Paul Currie and follows Dylan, played by Michiel, and a strange series of events that occur every day at 2:22pm and eventually send his life into chaos.
Just a small update but with Michiel off in Australian filming 2:22, I thought you’d like to see the first glimpse of him in that role!
By Don Groves
Teresa Palmer, Game of Thrones’ Michiel Huisman and The Railway Man’s Sam Reid head the cast of 2.22, director Paul Currie’s romantic thriller which starts shooting in Sydney on Monday.
The Dutch-born Huisman plays Dylan, an air traffic controller in New York who nearly causes a fatal mid- air collision at the strike of 2:22.
Forced to go on leave, he meets and falls in love with Palmer’s character Sarah, who coincidentally was one of the passengers on the plane. To his horror Dyan realizes the same patterns in his life are happening every day.
Reid plays Jonas, a high profile New York-based artist who is an ex-boyfriend of Sarah’s. The cast includes Richard Davies as a fellow air traffic controller, John Waters as Dylan’s boss, Maeve Dermody as his ex-girlfriend, Kerry Armstrong and Remy Hii.
“We’re creating a smart, stylized romantic thriller,” Currie tells IF. Much of the film takes place at New York’s Grand Central Central Station, which has been recreated on sets at the Fox Studios.
Creative studio Spinifex Group is creating an in-camera hologram using 3D projector mapping, which Currie says will create a 3D environment in 2D. The DoP is David Eggby.
Huisman’s credits include World War Z and the TV series Treme, Nashville and Orphan Black. Palmer’s busy slate includes Kriv Stenders’ Kill Me Three Times, Terrence Malick’s Knight Of Cups, Ericson Core’s Point Break remake and John Hillcoat’s Triple Nine.
This is Currie’s second film as director; his first was One Perfect Day in 2004. His directing credits include episodes of TV’s Twentysomething and the feature documentary Every Heart Beats True: The Jim Stynes Story.
He co-wrote the screenplay with American Todd Stein, who got the idea after meeting his future wife at a Buddhist retreat where no one spoke.
Currie’s Lightstream Pictures is producing with Jodi Matterson, Pandemonium’s Bill Mechanic, Walk The Walk Entertainment’s Steve Hutensky and Icon’s Bruce Davey. Jackie O’Sullivan is an EP.
Icon will release in Australia and Good Universe is handling international sales.