Hello guys, thanks to brittrobertsonnews I’ve upload a new pic of Xavier on the set of “Cook” with Britt Robertson and Susan McMartin.
Movies > Cook (2015) > Behind the Scenes
I’ve added four pictures from an ‘Australian in Film’ drinks reception at the LA films school last year.
Appearances > 2014> ‘Australians in Film’ gathering in LA – November 6
Hello guys, Xavier was photographed today arriving/outside on set for the filming of ‘Love and Friendship’ in Dublin. Xavier’s character is Reginald.
Candids > 2015 > Filming ‘Love and Friendship’ in Dublin – February 13
Delanda: So, um, 3 years… It’s been a long journey, thank you so much to everyone who’s been here since day one and to the new ones. We’re over 125k visits and I never imagined this, thank you again, you rock. Expect a new look on the site soon. Well this is it, thank you for your support to us and Xavier :)
Jessica: Well, it’s such a great opportunity to belong to the XSN Staff. I’ve met some wonderful people throught these 3 years, and I would like to thank everyone for the support. We’re nothing without you!
Ps: hey guys our actual ‘birthday’ it’s on january 13 but since we didn’t get the chance to celebrate last month, we decided to do it today. Hope you don’t mind.
It’s finally here! Check out Xavier’s interview + stunning photoshoot for Hero Magazine 12: Darkness Falls.
Xavier Samuel is refreshingly easy with his words, given his one to watch status amongst Hollywood’s finest young actors, each of his answers seems a step closer to letting his inner dialogue fully slip. Hailing from Australia you might say there’s some truth in the laid-back stereotype, but career-wise he seems to have done everything to avoid this. Despite his made for Tinseltown looks there’s been no quick succession of samey heartthrob roles, avoiding typecasting in favour of the “unchartered territory” he finds most thrilling. And flipping the biggest Aussie in Hollywood stereotype on its head, whilst Samuel didn’t begin his career on the small screen, it could well be somewhere he’s headed. Just not for a small town soap opera.
Vincent Levy: Hi Xavier, how’s your week been?
Xavier Samuel: Pretty good, it’s nice to be back in LA.
VL: Are you managing to have any kind of summer holiday?
XS: Not really, I’m kind of always working away. I haven’t seen a winter in a while though, as I usually go back to Australia towards the end of each year, and it’s summer there.
Kate Beckinsale and Chloe Sevigny will reunite with their “Last Days of Disco” director Whit Stillmanfor period drama “Love and Friendship,” based on Stillman’s adaptation of the Jane Austen novella “Lady Susan.”
Protagonist will launch international sales at the Berlin Film Festival.
In the film set in the 1790s, Beckinsale will portray the widow Lady Susan Vernon, who has come to the estate of her in-laws to wait out the rumors about her dalliances that are circulating through polite society. She decides to secure a husband for herself and her rather reluctant debutante daughter.
The cast includes Xavier Samuel as the object of Lady Susan’s affections, and Stephen Fry, who’ll play the long-suffering husband to Lady Susan’s friend and confidante portrayed by Sevigny. Filming begins in Ireland this month.
The film is being produced by Stillman, Katie Holly and Lauranne Bourrachot, and co-produced by Raymond van der Kaaij. Production companies are Westerly Films in association with Blinder Films, Chic Films, Revolver Films, Irish Film Board, Arte and the Netherlands Film Fund.
Hey guys! I’m uploading a new picture from Emily Browning’s instagram.
The G’Day USA is coming, and it honours prominent Australians from film, television, music, sports and culture for their contributions to the US-Australia relationship. It will happen at the Hollywood Palladium on January 31. For more information, check out:
G’DAY have partnered with the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) for this year’s event with the 4th AACTA International Awards being the centrepiece of the night. There will be seven awards given that acknowledge excellence in international film.
The AACTA International Awards will honour the world’s leading screen performers and practitioners, in seven categories: best film, best direction, best screenplay, best lead actor, best lead actor, best supporting actor and best supporting actor.
Some of the presenters and attendees confirmed to attend on January 31 include Hemsworth, Rachel Griffiths, Poppy Montgomery, John Travolta, Mel Gibson, Jacki Weaver and Ryan Kwanten.
As well, there will be Angus Sampson, Elizabeth Debicki, Tim Minchin, Xavier Samuel, Russell Hitchcock, Philip Noyce, Cameron Daddo, Emilie de Ravin and Jesse Spencer.
Films up for the awards include Birdman, Boyhood, The grand Budapest Hotel, The Imitation Game and Whiplash while actors also vying for awards include Steve Carell, Benedict Cumberbatch, Michael Keaton, Jake Gyllenhaal, Eddie Redmayne, Julianne Moore and Reese Witherspoon.
Hey guys! It’s been a long time since I’ve uptaded here, so, I’m uploading a picture from Emily Browning’s instagram.
Thanks to Susan McMartin I’ve updated the gallery with two new behind the scenes photos of Xavier’s latest movie Cook.
Movies > Cook (2015) > Behind The Scenes