The gallery has been updated with pictures of Yvonne at the Hulu LA Press Party & Saban Community Clinic’s 43rd Annual Dinner Gala. Yvonne looks lovely as always.
The gallery has been updated with a bunch of beautiful pictures of Yvonne at Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” Celebrates Season 3 Finale and with pictures of Yvonne Visiting Late Night with Seth Meyers.
Check back next week for the rest of the screen captures from season 3 of “The Handmaid’s Tale”. Sorry for the delay! Real life has been a little hectic lately.
“The Handmaid’s Tale” star Yvonne Strahovski is in negotiations to join Chris Pratt in Skydance’s sci-fi pic “Ghost Draft,” sources tell Variety.
“Lego Batman’s” Chris McKay is attached to direct.
“Ghost Draft,” written by Zach Dean, is about a man drafted to fight in a future war where the fate of humanity relies on his ability to confront his past. Strahovski will play a character Pratt meets in the future who has a connection to his past.
David Ellison, Dana Goldberg, Don Granger, David Goyer, Jules Daly and Adam Kolbrenner are producing. Matt Grim is overseeing for Skydance.
Production is set to begin this summer.
Skydance is financing “Ghost Draft” and has developed the project from its fruition with Paramount on board to distribute. David Ellison’s company is best known for the “Mission: Impossible” and “Star Trek” movie franchises. Its upcoming slate includes “Top Gun: Maverick,” “Terminator: Dark Fate,” and “Gemini Man.”
Strahovski is receiving some of the best reviews of her career playing Serena on Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale,” which earned her an Emmy nomination for best supporting actress in 2018. The show’s currently wrapping up its third season and wasn’t eligible for this year’s Emmys, though critics have, again, been sky-high on her performance.
On the film side, Strahovski was most recently seen in “The Predator” and “All I See Is You.” She is repped by Paradigm and McKeon/Myones Entertainment.
The gallery has been updated with screen captures from “The Handmaid’s Tale” episodes 3×05 – Unknown Caller, 3×06 – Household, 3×07 – Under His Eye.
The gallery has been updated with screen captures of Yvonne from “The Hand Maid’s Tale” episodes 3×01 – Night, 3×03 – Useful, and 3×04 – God Bless the Child.
Cate Blanchett, Yvonne Strahovski and Dominic West are set to star in “Stateless,” a six-part TV series about people stuck in an immigration detention center. NBCUniversal will handle worldwide distribution on the drama, which is being produced by Blanchett and her husband, Andrew Upton, through their Dirty Films banner, alongside the Australian Broadcasting Corp., Screen Australia and Matchbox Pictures.
Production begins next month at Adelaide Studios in South Australia. Major production funding comes from Screen Australia and the ABC, with additional financial support from the South Australian Film Corp.
Co-created by Blanchett, Tony Ayres and Elise McCredie, the series centers on four strangers — a flight attendant escaping a suburban cult, an Afghan refugee fleeing persecution, a young Australian father escaping a dead-end job and a bureaucrat caught up in a national scandal — who are stuck in an immigration detention center in the Australian desert. Each character deals with the contradictions of protection and border control from a unique perspective, offering relevant and timely insight into issues that countries are grappling with around the world.
he cast also includes Jai Courtney, Asher Keddie, Fayssal Bazzi, Rachel House, Kate Box, Clarence Ryan, Claude Jabbour, Rose Riley and Helana Sawires.
“Stateless” is written by McCredie and Belinda Chayko, and will be directed by Emma Freeman and Jocelyn Moorhouse, and produced by Sheila Jayadev and Paul Ranford for Matchbox Pictures. Blanchett, Upton and Ayres are executive producers. McCredie is showrunner and executive producer, and Liz Watts will serve as executive producer. ABC executive producers are Sally Riley and Andrew Gregory.
“Whilst this story centers on Australia, the dilemmas that it explores through four absorbing characters will resonate globally: the desire for personal freedom, the need for social stability, an escalating lack of faith in the political process and the deeply unsettling impact this has on individual lives,” Blanchett said.
“We were pleased to support the development of this landmark series, with its all-female writing and directing team, including some of Australia’s leading key creatives,” said Courtney Gibson, chief executive of the South Australian Film Corp.