Anonymous said: Where can we watch behind the scenes episode 13 season 5? :)
I watched it on the series five DVD. It came out a few days ago here in Australia and it includes all the behind the scenes episodes.
For some reason the official TENplay website hasn’t yet uploaded episode thirteen. Thus I believe the only way you can watch it is if you purchase series five on DVD.
I’ve finally made a cover for my on-going Offspring fanfiction.
What would be going through your mind if you were suddenly in agony and later told you had gone into labour, when you didn’t even realise you were pregnant?
For young Jacqueline this is reality. Being only nineteen years of age she presents to the Robson Wing via Emergency with her partner Lucas. It is clear both are petrified and unprepared for what lies ahead.
How will Nina choose to handle these rare set of circumstances given she must do what’s right for both mother and baby?
If interested you can read the first chapter here: http://www.wattpad.com/48336154-not-as-planned-offspring-fanfic-1-priorities
The main character’s name is Nina and I have been thinking a while about potential surnames. The thing is, I have this lame urge for it to be Fitzpatrick. [Nina-Fits-Patrick.] Someone stop me from making a fool of myself. There has to be other suitable surnames out there. Do you have any suggestions?
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As soon as I opened the box I realised a massive miss-print on each of the four disks. Despite being programmed with the correct episodes, each disk states it includes episodes 1-4. This is obviously only correct on the first disk. I’m not complaining, it’s just fascinating. Just out of curiosity, everyone else’s copy has the same mistake right? I guess as long as they work that’s all that matters.
Also, I was finally able to watch ‘behind the scenes, episode thirteen’ and was thrilled to discover it was Asher’s turn in an behind the scenes episode. I was beginning to get worried she wasn’t going to feature in any for series five. Although I was disappointed when she began addressing the show as if it had finished for good. I think that’s pretty much a confirmation. If this does end up being the case I’ll just entertain myself by continuing to watch the DVDs and write many fan-fiction stories.
Apologies for this not being Offspring related but I said to beyondthewavves I’d post some pictures of my beautiful eight-year-old Cavoodle.
Meet Milo! (:
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beyondthewavves said: I would love a photo! Holy crap that's insane.. i'd just have that footage on loop for ever. What scene and stuff is it ahah? holy crap congrats man!
Thank you. I don’t have any lines or anything and my appearances during the airport scene in 5x13 are only for fractions of a second, thus it would be too short to place on loop.
Shall find a few adorable snaps of Milo to post for you. (:
Asher Keddie and Rodger Corser
beyondthewavves said: happy happy birthday! I freaking love your blog it brightens my day to see a bit of nina and a whole lot of proudmans every now and then.. So the person behind the blog must be pretty rad too! Although we don't know anything about you? What are 5 facts about you? Hope you have a lovely birthday x
Thank you so much! I really appreciate your kind words. I’ve had a lovely birthday!
Five things about me? Hmmm let me think …
- I’m an only child
- I have an eight-year-old Cavoodle named Milo – I’m happy to post a picture of him if you like? [Despite the fact it’s not Offspring related]
- I am currently studying a Writing and Editing course
- Coldplay are my favourite band of all time!
- I was an extra in Offspring series five! [Yes, I know I have kept that a secret from you guys until now]
I was in a scene with Kat and Eddie [Billie and Mick] and had the chance to meet them afterwards. They were lovely! I am yet to meet Asher Keddie but hopefully one day. It would honestly be a dream come true!
… and just for the record, I’m a terrible actress!
All that’s good in me by Vincent Fantauzzo
By Joel Meares
September 11, 2014
Vincent Fantauzzo is fast running out of family and friends to paint for the Archibald.
He won the People’s Choice last year for his portrait of his wife, Asher Keddie, and now has won the prize again for a portrait of his son, Luca. In 2011, he won the Packing Room Prize for his painting of chef Matt Moran – Luca’s godfather.
"I am trying to think of who’s left," says Fantauzzo.
The whole family – dad, mum, and the little subject – flew up from Melbourne for the announcement of the People’s Choice winner this Thursday at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. The winners of the Young Archies were also announced, with Max Stanton (age 6), Caitlin Priestley (age 11), Mario Sukkar (age 15) and Carmela Bartilomo (age 16) all winning prizes.
Judges had awarded Fiona Lowry the official Archibald for her portrait of Penelope Seidler in July.
Fantauzzo’s win is the fourth time he has won the People’s Choice – along with the Keddie painting, he also won for his portraits of Heath Ledger in 2008 and Brandon Walters in 2009. This year he beat out 53 other finalists to the $2500 prize, voted on by 16,359 gallery visitors.
Fantauzzo’s portrait of four-year-old Luca is titled All that’s good in me (self-portrait as son Luca). It’s a different kind of self-portrait, he explains.
"When you have a child, he becomes a strong influence on your life," says Fantauzzo. "Luca is my conscience, passion and my drive. He’s a mirror of myself and what I do is what he will be come. And what I see him doing influences me."
The pair are close, says the artist – they spent Father’s Day on the lake at the family’s property in the Macedon Ranges and cooked together, as they often do, that night. On the menu: “spaghetti bolognaise”.
As for the Superman outfit Luca wears in the picture? “When I take Luca to kindergarten, every kid in that classroom is an artist,” says Fantauzzo. “But at some point they stop believing that. The costume is about being young and dreaming. Kids believe they’re superheroes – they can do anything.”
By JENNA GOOD FOR DAILY MAIL AUSTRALIA
PUBLISHED: 16:11 AEST, 7 September 2014 | UPDATED: 16:11 AEST, 7 September 2014
They are almost never pictured together and rarely ever speak about each other publicly.
But in a rare candid moment, Australian actor Don Hany opened up about his marriage to fellow actress Alin Sumarwata.
The Offspring heartthrob, who is about to star in new controversial Australian drama, Devil’s Playground, revealed he would have found it tricky to be married to someone who didn’t understand the acting world.
Don and Alin, a small screen star who has appeared in Neighbours, became engaged in 2010 and were married in 2011 before having two-year-old daughter Tilda.
Speaking about why the match works, Don told Sunday Telegraph’s Style: ‘I would struggle to be married to someone outside the industry.
‘The truth is there’s a really high rate of break-ups and divorces because work is like some kind of circus – you come together, spend a short, intense period with strangers, become really vulnerable then split up and move onto the next one.’
Don thanked Alin during his speech at the Logies in 2010 where he was awarded most outstanding actor award for SBS series East West 101, calling her his ‘gorgeous fiancée who is the most beautiful woman in the world’.
As the 38-year-old spoke about Alin, who played Neighbours character Vanessa Villante up until last year, he also revealed what he’s learned since becoming a dad.
He said: ‘Before you become a parent you do something and expect something back, but kids [cure you] of that.’
The dashing actor’s new drama Devil’s Playground, which premieres on Tuesday at 8.30pm on Showcase, looks at child abuse in the catholic church in the 1980s.
Don plays a priest in the series, and he recognises the show will inevitably be controversial - but he he is hoping some good will come of the drama.
He said: ’Hopefully it will encourage a platform for discussion and precipitate some change.’
Click link above to watch!
Well done Michael!