admin • November 11,2015

The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 2 press conference interviews with Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, director Francis Lawrence & producer Nina Jacobson. By Flicks And The City

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‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2’ Press Conference

admin • November 11,2015

Josh Hutcherson, Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth attend ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2’ hand and footprint ceremony at TCL Chinese Theatre on October 31, 2015 in Hollywood, California.

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[October 31] The Hunger Games Mockingjay – Part 2 Hand and Footprint Ceremony

USA: Hunger Games co-stars leave their mark in Hollywood by Ruptly TV

admin • October 10,2015

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Lately, Liam Hemsworth’s cinematic world has revolved around dystopian societies and aliens. But for his latest
role, as a good-natured, AFL-playing Aussie larrikin, he was able to look closer to home for inspiration.

“This guy really reminded me of someone like my own dad or even my grandfather – a big-hearted, hard-working, kind of quirky Australian guy, someone that I really identified with and reminded me of many people I grew up
with,” he says of his character Teddy McSwiney in the Dressmaker.

Working in country Victoria was a big attraction in accepting the role, says Hemsworth, who grew up on Phillip
Island, and has not made a movie in Australia since he moved to Hollywood six years ago. “Being able to come home
and work in Australia in my own accent and really relating to the character, I just felt really comfortable,” the actor says.

Hemsworth has had a dream rise to Hollywood stardom, landing a role in the hugely popular Hunger Games franchise
soon after moving to LA. As his star power catapulted, so did his celebrity, and while instant fame can often have a negative impact on stars, Hemsworth remains down to Earth.
“I’m from Australia, that’s why!” he says, putting on the most ocker of accents. “I’ve got too many good Australian friends around me, and my family- all those people keep me grounded. I’ve been fortunate enough to experience a lot in the past six years and see things a lot of people will never see but I’m still me and I still have the friends I grew up with in high school and I have a wonderful family – all these things that keep me who I am deep down and stop me from losing my head.”

While Hemsworth has just completed another blockbuster, Independence Day: Resurgene, he says he is now looking for something a little different. “I read every kind of script you can imagine, but it all depends on where you are in your own headspace in life,” he says about choosing his roles.

So where is Hemsworth’s headspace leading him now? “I’m looking at things in the same vein as the Dressmaker – the quirkiness, the lightheartedness, but still have really good values and a good story…
nothing too serious – a little less angry, mad and sad – whatever that means!”

admin • October 10,2015

The youngest Hemsworth joins us to talk about coming back to Australia for his new movie The Dressmaker, and growing up on Phillip Island selling icecreams at the Grand Prix.

admin • October 10,2015

admin • October 10,2015

admin • October 10,2015

admin • September 9,2015

Australian actor Actor Liam Hemsworth took time to greet his fans, signing autographs and posing for pictures, before receiving the Golden Eye Award at the Zurich Film Festival on Saturday (September 26).

Film fans waited for hours to take pictures or get their posters signed by the “Hunger Games” star Hemsworth.

Hemsworth, who has seen his star rise in Hollywood, playing a leading role in dystopian young adult film franchise “The Hunger Games” and taking on action roles in “The Expendables 2” and “Paranoia”, told media he felt honoured to be part of the Zurich Festival.

“I feel very honoured, you know, I feel very fortunate to be part of this festival,” Hemsworth told media on the green carpet. “It’s, you know, a relatively young festival, I guess but something that’s celebrating and honouring filmmaking and yeah, I’m very honoured to be a part of it.”

After greeting fans on the “green carpet”, Melbourne-born Hemsworth headed for the Golden Eye Award ceremony.

Hemsworth walked up to the stage to receive his award, which recognises his achievements as “The New A-Lister”.

Speaking from stage, Hemsworth commented on his new film where he stars opposite Kate Winslet, saying he had been looking for an opportunity to do a film in Australia after spending six years in Hollywood.

“I sort of have been looking for a few years to do a film back in Australia. I’ve been working in America for the past six years and I really just wanted to go back and do something in my own accent. This came along and Kate Winslet was a part of it and that was the deciding factor. Yeah, it was just a great opportunity,” Hemsworth said from stage.

His new film “The Dressmaker” with Kate Winslet takes place in 1950s Australia.

The Zurich Film Festival (ZFF) has established itself as one of the world’s top films festivals, discovering and promoting independent voices and talent from around the world, showcasing a diverse array of international films and serving as the setting for many world and European premieres.

Source: http://www.eaglenews.ph/actor-liam-hemsworth-receives-golden-eye-award-in-zurich/

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