Let’s just do it.’ I think [director] Rod Hardy did that, especially. The last day of the shoot, we just want to get it done, and we really did and it was absolutely fun.” Building Up a Backstory: Teresa Palmer came up with her own ideas as to her character’s history in . Rod and I worked together, and that’s actually one of the reasons why I got the film was because he asked me before the meeting, he said, ‘Look, I want you to think about the character. Tell me your thoughts.’ I came with this elaborate backstory starting from when she was 3 and like where she went to school and all these funny things. That’s incredible because I had so many of the same ideas for the character.’My ideas were that she was really brought up in a very dysfunctional family in a very sexually charged environment. You didn’t even have time to think about what you’re doing.
“And I think that’s something that I tried to steer away from as much as possible by doing some darker films and taking on some darker, grittier characters. I just tried to get as much information as I could and just get it in my head and put something our there.
I really love the fact that I’ve never seen or heard of a character like Lucy before who was this young flower girl who is very overtly sexual, and she uses her body to manipulate men. The director kind of directed me and helped me out trying to create and mold the character.”That Love Scene: Every Daniel Radcliffe fan is going to want to know about the love scene in and Palmer was happy to talk about filming it.
It was so interesting to play with all of those elements.”Getting Into Character: Capturing this very sexual young woman presented a challenge for Palmer. “Obviously a scene of that nature is always going to be very awkward and I was of course a little nervous,” revealed Palmer.
“Both of those characters are quite far removed from who I am. “I had done a sex scene and kissing scenes before, whereas Dan had never done that.
I’m naturally quite a bubbly, happy person and I’m not a seductress, so it was hard to draw from any personal experiences. I remember him saying, ‘I’m a little bit nervous,’ and we both kind of admitted it to each other. That was actually the last scene we shot in the film and we finished shooting it at 4 am in the morning on Christmas Eve.
Everyone was so tired and by that stage, you’re so tired that you’re just on auto-pilot.
If she is staying in this little caravan with her uncle, this tiny little caravan, you don’t really know what happens to her. It comes out in March.”That 80s Hair and Makeup: Palmer described it in one word: ridiculous.
I think she’s been subjected to a lot of bad influences. “It’s like a whole bowl of hairspray every day,” joked Palmer.
She starred in, co-wrote and co-produced The Ever After with her husband, Mark Webber.
==Teresa Mary Palmer== (born 26 February 1986) is an Australian actress, writer, producer and model who made her film debut in the suicide drama .
I think she’s actually quite a tragic sort of character, and I think that her relationship with Maps, she really gets as much out of it as what he does.”Up Next – -type of feeling to it.