admin • August 8,2016

Earlier today a few more images were released from the GQ Aus Magazine photoshoot. Check out the gallery now for all the amazing shots taken by top photographer Todd Barry.


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admin • July 7,2016


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admin • June 6,2016

Twenty years after the original, Independence Day has been rebooted. Joanna Hunkin talks to the stars.

and here are 2 lovely photos which were shot for TimeOut Magazine and 1 photo from The Sunday Telegraph.


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admin • May 5,2016

I have uploaded a few more of the amazing shots which were taken by top photographer John Russo. These shots are featured in the June edition of August Man. Check them out and enjoy!


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admin • May 5,2016

As posted last night, Liam appears in the latest issue of American Way Magazine. I have uploaded a few of the amazing shots which were taken by top photographer John Russo. Check them out and enjoy!


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admin • May 5,2016

Two decades after being mesmerized by Will Smith’s performance in Independence Day, Hollywood’s new golden boy has been given the opportunity to follow suit

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Liam Hemsworth was 7 when he first watched Independence Day. His parents didn’t want him to see the film, but he and his older brothers, Luke and Chris, sneaked into the den one night and popped in the VHS cassette. “Seeing Will Smith punching an alien in the face was a pretty pivotal point in my life,” the actor says.

Hemsworth is sitting on a scruffy Ikea couch in a dressing room at a studio in Woodland Hills, California. It’s not the glamorous setting you might expect for a young actor who had a leading role in the blockbusting Hunger Games franchise and who this month stars in Independence Day: Resurgence, which also seems destined for success.

If seeing Will Smith punch an alien in the face did help inspire Hemsworth’s acting career, then his latest role has a neat circularity to it. His character in the sequel serves as a kind of surrogate for the one Smith played back in 1996 (the actor reportedly opted out of participating this time around). Hemsworth plays a fighter pilot named Jake Morrison — “Not your typical cool guy” — who’s a bit of a renegade, a wisecracker, and no friend to the alien invaders. Sound familiar?

There are other similarities between the actors. Will Smith was 27 when he appeared in the original Independence Day. Liam Hemsworth is 26. Both men are athletic and handsome. And both were pegged by executives at 20th Century Fox as safe bets to head up a big-money sci-fi spectacular.

If Hemsworth is daunted by the prospect of following in his childhood hero’s footsteps — and of trying to match the box-office success of the original, which has made more than $817 million to date — he doesn’t show it.

When director Roland Emmerich approached him about starring in the sequel, in fact, he came close to saying no. He’d just wrapped his fourth Hunger Games film, and the idea of a belated sci-fi sequel seemed like something that could easily go awry.

“I honestly did have concerns about it before I met Roland,” he says. “And then when I sat down with him, he made me feel really good about it. The fact that he was excited about making another one — I just had to trust him.”

Independence Day: Resurgence, which Hemsworth shot in New Mexico for four and a half months last summer, takes place 20 years after the first film. Earth is now sheltered by a massive defense system, but of course the aliens attack, creating the need for a wise-cracking renegade pilot to stop them. The question now is: How do you go one better than an exploding White House, as per the original?

“That’s what everyone else has been saying: ‘How do you top it?’ ” Hemsworth says with a laugh. “It’s just a million times bigger than the first one.”

There’s also the question about how Hemsworth will stack up against the franchise’s original hero. Smith put in such a masterfully wry performance in the first film that the character became a part of cinematic lore. Hemsworth, for his part, is best known for playing the troubled Gale Hawthorne — an enigmatic and engaging character, but not one who is exactly brimming with sly wit — in the Hunger Games films.

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admin • January 1,2014

Wow! A set of supposedly new photoshoot of Liam has surfaced online, I’ve added 3 new photos to the gallery. Check out these dramatic shoots by clicking the thumbnails below!


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admin • September 9,2013

Be sure to check out these lovely photoshoot of Liam taken for LA Daily News last month during the promotion of ‘Paranoia’.


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