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Isabel has had a short film titled “Bite The Hand” listed on her IMDB profile for a while now, so today I tried to do some research on the project to find out more about it. It looks like they completed the filming during the Covid-19 pandemic, and the project went into post-production last fall. At the project’s Australian Cultural Fundraiser page, director Minka Bleakley wrote that they would pursue festival submissions following the post-production of the film. Unfortunately it doesn’t look like they managed to raise the funds they had targeted, so I’m not sure if this will have impacted their festival pursual or not…

I will keep searching for information on the project, and let you know if I come across anything new! For now, I’ve been able to find two production stills featuring Isabel from the film which you can find in our gallery. Isabel portrays the character Pixie, and the rest of the cast list includes Paul Henri as Chris, Matt Levett as Dusty and Gabrielle Miller as Nadine.

‘Bite the Hand’ is a short film that follows a young mother struggling to come to terms with her shifting identity. Shot in Northern NSW, the film explores the disconnect between a mother and child isolated from the world.

Words by director, Minka Bleakley: In making this film, I have had the opportunity to explore my anxieties about motherhood through Nadine. I have gotten to feel through certain fears surrounding the bond that a mother has with her child, and what one does when that bond seems fragile, even breakable. There is a significant deficit of stories that address this idea of conflicting identities in motherhood, and of stories that approach the deeply realistic frustrations of motherhood and failure. I hope to fill that deficit with ‘Bite The Hand.’

This project is for all people, and I hope that many will have the opportunity to see it. We intend to complete post-production towards the end of August or the beginning of September, after which we will pursue festival submissions.

This project is deeply important to me for a myriad of reasons, though perhaps first among them is for the necessary social commentary. Far too many women feel alone in their experiences of motherhood, they feel unsupported by a social system not built to address a culture that has transformed the way people parent. This film aims to show a woman struggling with motherhood, and it does not shame, judge, or criticize her for it. Media far too often portrays unachievable ideals of mothers and shies away from a darker dialogue that examines the very real struggles of mothering. This, in turn, isolates women and new mothers, who can feel daunted by the expectations society has thrust upon them. I hope that this story will share a new perspective, one that is necessary for the reshaping of what mothering looks like. I hope that others will share my passion to readdress how women, particularly mothers, are represented in media, and that their contribution might be put towards this goal.

Donations will be used towards all post-production expenses, including editing, sound design, colour work, promotional materials, and festivals. We hope that this film will find a home in the international festival market, and will go on to be seen by many people around the world.

Other Projects > Short Films > Bite The Hand > Production Stills

We posted last week that Isabel’s film Bosch & Rockit would have its US premiere at the 2022 Mammoth Film Festival (sadly Isabel was not in attendance herself). The film screened to some great reviews, and won the festival’s Grand Jury Prize! You can read Isabel’s Instagram post about the award below.

The film is set to be released sometime this year, so keep checking back and we’ll update you as soon as we get an official release date.

I’m truly delighted for our beautiful indie film @boschandrockit for taking home the Grand Jury Prize at @mammothfilmfestival this week.

Congratulations to the entire family, everyone who helped catalyse and bring the story to life!

Especially to the boys, @rasmusking and @hemsworthluke, you gave all your heart and one can feel it in the film. Tyler Atkins, congratulations on your a directorial debut and inspiring people with your courageous life-story.

Thank you to @mammothfilmfestival for supporting heartfelt stories and indie filmmakers. We are grateful to receive this from our US peers.

Happy Tasha Thursday, Isabel fans! This week we’ve gone through the next episodes of the 2004 Home & Away season, and added screen captures of all featuring Tasha. These episodes saw the Summer Bay high schoolers fight against the new principal’s extreme leadership, and Tasha grew closer to the new arrival Kim Hyde (played by Chris Hemsworth) to Robbie’s dismay. Isabel was only in 6 episodes between last week’s episode #3678 and #3688, but that’s still more than 1000 new caps in total – enjoy!

Television Series > Home & Away (2003-2006) > Episode Screencaptures > Episodes 2004

Hello Izzy fans! Isabel was photographed grabbing breakfast with some friends out in Byron Bay last Sunday, and I have now added photos to our gallery. Unfortunately these are only MQ, but I’ll try to replace them with HQs later! It looks like Isabel has cut new bangs, and she looks beautiful make-up free and with her usual bohemian style.

Candids > Candids From 2022 > February 6th, 2022 – Byron Bay

As we reported a while back, Isabel’s latest film Bosch & Rockit are premiering in the US at the Mammoth Film Festival this week. Below you can read an article on the event – but like the source, we’re not sure yet whether Isabel will be attendance. Based on his Instagram Luke Hemsworth is already there, but I haven’t seen anything that suggest Izzy is there. We will keep you posted!

The Music Universe | Mammoth Film Festival will join forces with Zouk Group and Resorts World Las Vegas to present a pop-up nightlife experience at the top California winter-destination, Mammoth Mountain. From February 3-6, Resorts World Las Vegas’s world-class nightclub, Zouk, will headline the four-day film festival as the premier nightlife partner.

Zouk Group will create an underground nightlife experience at Red Lantern, hosting festival VIPs for a high-energy event inclusive of live DJ sets by DJ Ruckus and DJ MisterE, surprise performances and an ambiance representative of Las Vegas hotspot Zouk Nightclub, as guests escape from the cold to warm up the dance floor and celebrate the 2022 festival on February 5th.

Resorts World Las Vegas, the Strip’s newest property, and Zouk Group, a leading lifestyle and entertainment company from Singapore, curated an ecosystem of immersive entertainment and lifestyle concepts. The resort provides a multiplicity of experiences in one 100,000-square-foot entertainment complex, including Zouk Nightclub, an innovative space pushing the boundaries of dance music and technology.

Mammoth Film Festival 2022 is confirmed to take place in person February 3-6 in Mammoth Lakes, CA, and recently announced its first round of 2022 festival slate highlights stacked with young Hollywood notables. The four-day festival will feature over 90 films selected, inclusive of U.S. and international world premieres. For the first time, the festival will officially debut a Music Video category judged by award-winning music video director, Andrew Sandler, and presented by Zouk Group, with a highlighted music video to debut by Machine Gun Kelly. The festival strives to showcase world premieres from several incredible filmmakers, layered with renowned, established actors as well as talented up-and-comers, across diverse backgrounds.

A 30-minute flight from both Las Vegas and Los Angeles, Mammoth Film Festival offers its annual group of attendees consisting of established talent across film, television, action sports and music, a truly special and unique, intimate, VIP festival experience.

This year’s festival slate includes world premieres and red carpet screenings for over 90 films across the feature, short, episodic, music video, documentary and action sports genres, plus a variety of panels and activations featuring talent such as Emile Hirsch, Ashley Greene, Kate Bosworth, Machine Gun Kelly, Ema Horvath, Karl McDowell, Barbara Palvin, Nina Dobrev, Chike Okonkwo, Stefania Spampinato, Luke Hemsworth, Isabel Lucas, Katie Cassidy, The Dingo, Ashley Haas, Tyler Rich, Jackson Spidell, Sabina Gadecki, Kat McNamara, Shania Twain, Milo Gibson, Joel David Moore, Trevor Jackson, Travis Miller, Devon Sawa, Skeet Ulrich, Shane West, Ariel Winter, Luke Benward, plus many more to be announced, and always welcomes loyal friends of the festival and previous participants such as Josh Duhamel, Zac Efron, Skeet Ulrich, Rebel Wilson, Lukas Haas, Tony Hawk, and many, many more.

Mammoth Film Festival has been quickly growing in status and attention since 2018, making it a sought-after film festival that will only continue to gain traction and is supported by talented filmmakers from around the world, especially North America. With many feature films screened, sold and showcased by icons and established industry players, from Quentin Tarantino to Josh Duhamel to Michael Madsen to Tony Hawk, the festival brand will continue to gain worldwide recognition, with 2022 set to make a big splash.

It’s unclear of to what extend artists are attached to the event. We’ve reached out for comment, but haven’t not received any clarity as of this writing.

Welcome to another Tasha Thursday – on a Friday! Our bad, sorry. Unfortunately neither Ann or myself were able to go online yesterday, so I hope you won’t mind the post being a day late. This week we’ve continued adding screen captures from Isabel’s next 4 episodes of the 2004 season of Home and Away, #3673, #3674, #3677 and #3678. We’ve also added several photos of Isabel and her co-stars on the set of the show, which neither of us had seen before! It looks like they had a great time filming together.

We’d love to share even more photos from Isabel during this era of her career, so please get in touch with us if you have any photos we’re currently missing. Credit will always be given!

Television Series > Home & Away (2003-2006) > On Set
Home & Away (2003-2006) > Episode Screencaptures > Episodes 2004 > #3673
Home & Away (2003-2006) > Episode Screencaptures > Episodes 2004 > #3674
Home & Away (2003-2006) > Episode Screencaptures > Episodes 2004 > #3677
Home & Away (2003-2006) > Episode Screencaptures > Episodes 2004 > #3678

It’s Isabel’s 37th birthday today! We here at Unicorn want to wish her a very happy birthday, hopefully spent with her loved ones. We’re very excited to see what the coming year will bring her, and we wish her all the best both professionally and personally! Thank you for being a great inspiration to us all Isabel, we really appreciate everything you do.

To celebrate Isabel’s birthday, we’ve updated our gallery with some exclusive outtakes from her 2014 photoshoot for Malibu Mag! I personally think several of these are even prettier than most of the released photos from the shoot, so they’re definitely a real treat. I hope you enjoy them! They’re exclusive to Unicorn, so please don’t re-post them elsewhere without proper credit.

Photoshoots > Photoshoots 2014 > 2014 | Photoshoot #006 – Guy Aroch

Happy Tasha Thursday! This week we’ve gone through the next episodes of the 2004 season of “Home & Away”, and added screencaps from the episodes including Tasha. She was only featured in 5 episodes between #3656 and #3671 – #3659, #3664, #3665, #3667 and #3671 – but the episodes were quite centered around her. This batch of episodes saw Tasha and Robbie grow closer (to several people in the Bay’s massive despair, as their initial influence on each other mostly brought out the other’s rebellious side!), and Tasha becoming convinced Rhys Sutherland was her birth father. Isabel was great in these episodes! It’s impossible not to be charmed by Tasha and her caring, bubbly and slightly naive nature. Enjoy the almost 1000 new screencaps in our gallery.

Home & Away (2003-2006) > Episode Screencaptures > Episodes 2004 > #3659
Home & Away (2003-2006) > Episode Screencaptures > Episodes 2004 > #3664
Home & Away (2003-2006) > Episode Screencaptures > Episodes 2004 > #3665
Home & Away (2003-2006) > Episode Screencaptures > Episodes 2004 > #3667
Home & Away (2003-2006) > Episode Screencaptures > Episodes 2004 > #3671

Since news are slow at the moment, I thought I could share an article Screen Rant just published on how the inclusion of Isabel’s character Alice in “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” added legitimacy to, according to them, the weirdest Transformers toyline – the Pretenders.

With the inclusion of Alice (Isabel Lucas) in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Michael Bay’s movies redeemed the franchise’s weirdest toyline: the Pretenders. While the movie was not particularly well received and won the Razzie for Worst Picture, Alice’s inclusion was a great moment for fans of the series and viewers alike. The result was that it brought a level of modernity to that line of the robots in disguise.

Introduced in 1988 as part of the “G1” line in Marvel Comics UK, and adapted into the IDW and Super-God Masterforce continuities in subsequent years, the Pretenders focused on Transformers that could cover themselves in synthetic organic shells to hide the robot. Thus, they commonly took the form of human beings and would live like regular citizens until they had to attack. The shells on the tie-in action figures were removed from the front and back to reveal the robot within. Unfortunately, this line of Transformers was also met with confusion by many fans who didn’t understand the purpose they fulfilled, and so wouldn’t hide the real robotic characters within properly. Additionally, the subsequent waves of the Pretenders came with several quality issues, and were quickly written off. Ultimately, it was one of the Transformers’ weirdest and least successful subtoylines, but Michael Bay’s Transformers movie somewhat redeems it.

In Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Alice plays a Pretender Decepticon who infiltrates the college attended by Sam Witwicky (Shia LaBeouf). Like her comic/action figure counterpart, her robot self is also disguised by a synthetic organic tissue. However, the movie elevates the concept of the Pretenders and redeems their tarnished reputation among fans by giving the Pretenders a defined story purpose, and a reason for being. It also makes the transformation of the Pretenders conceptually a lot cooler by getting rid of the clunky execution of a removable shell. In Michael Bay’s sequel, Alice’s disguise is unnoticed by the entire college, until she reveals the robotic endoskeleton within, but she’s also able to easily transform back into a human to remain disguised.

Another issue that the movie fixed was that the construction of the Pretenders action figures often limited the mobility of the Transformers within. When removed, there wasn’t much the actual robot encased could do on its own, making the disguise seem more pointless. It also led to scale discrepancies, especially when characters like Bumblebee and Grimlock were added to later Pretender lines as they were far larger than human beings, thereby undermining the entire point of the Pretenders being able to pass as human. The shells themselves also varied in nature. With the Transformers Beast Wars Pretenders, the shells being in the form of animals on Earth addressed the unrealistic size problems, but the figures themselves provided no articulation or even weapons. In Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, however, Alice is properly scaled, practical, and had self-contained weapons, giving her a full range of capabilities. The animal-like qualities in some of her movements was also a nice nod to the Beast Wars line.

While there is still overall some skepticism over the Pretenders and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen as a movie, advances in figure technology and renewed interest in the line may still lead to a resurgence in their shelf lives. Many attempts since to bring back the Pretenders have been made, including the “Power of the Primes” line some years ago. Michael Bay’s Transformers movies are often criticized for making decisions many audiences didn’t enjoy. Still, it’s undeniable that they led to a resurgence of popularity for the franchise that continues to grow. Hopefully, that continues with the spinoff movies on the horizon, such as the upcoming Transformers: Rise of the Beasts.

Isabel’s creative management company MissusM Creative shared some exciting news regarding Bosch & Rockit today! The film has been chosen for America’s prestigious Mammoth Film Festival, and will be screened during the event on February 4th. They also shared a stunning promotional photo of Isabel, which you can find in our gallery.

Some MAMMOTH news to share with you today: the gorgeous new Australian film Bosch and Rockit, starring MissusM’s Isabel Lucas, is set to be screened at America’s prestigious Mammoth Film Festival on February 4th! 🎞 This magical coming-of-age story, which also stars Friends of MissusM @hemsworthluke & @rasmusking, was shot in and around beautiful Byron Bay in 2020 and is the brainchild of brilliant Aussie writer-director Tyler Atkins. We’re incredibly proud of everyone involved in this beautiful film and can’t wait for American audiences to fall in love with it too!

Film Productions > Bosch & Rockit () > Promotional Photos