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(Film) The Turning
Miranda Otto as Unknown
Currently filming

(Film) I, Frankenstein
Miranda Otto as Unknown
In post-production

(Film) The Art of Losing
Miranda Otto as Elizabeth Bishop
In post-production

(TV) Mabo
Miranda Otto as Margaret White
Aired 10 June 2012

(TV) "Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries"
Miranda Otto as Lydia Andrews
Aired 24 February 2012

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Gallery update part 1

Today I’ll be updating the gallery with missing event photos in four different updates. The first update is film festivals, and there are some absolutely gorgeous shots of Miranda at the jury photocall for Festival des Antipodes and the photocall for ‘Blessed’.

Gallery Links
57th San Sebastian Film Festival ‘Blessed’ Photocall
2010 Sydney Film Festival Opening Night
Jury Photocall – 12th International Festival des Antipodes
12th International Festival des Antipodes

New owner and new layout

Hi everyone! I’m Amanda, the new owner of Miranda Otto Online. I’d like to thank the wonderful Janine for keeping the site updated all these years, making it the best source for Miranda. I hope I can continue this tradition as I’ve been a fan of Miranda and this site for many years! To start, I’ve updated the site with a new layout and I have tons of new photos to add to the gallery this weekend. The pages are still sporting the old layout which I’ll convert to later.

Let me know if you spot any errors and keep checking back for lots more updates! :)

New movie: I, Frankenstein

‘Chuck’ Star Yvonne Strahovski to Play Scientist in ‘I, Frankenstein’
The actress will join Aaron Eckhart and Miranda Otto in the Lakeshore/Lionsgate project.

Chuck star Yvonne Strahovski is in final negotiations to join I, Frankenstein, the action monster movie starring Aaron Eckhart. Miranda Otto, best known for playing Eowyn in The Lord of the Rings movies, also is on board.

Stuart Beattie is directing the Lakeshore/Lionsgate movie, which follows Frankenstein’s monster (Eckhart) vacillating between humanity and monsterdom while being pursued by demons wanting to gain the secret of his reanimated corpse.

Strahovski will play the female lead, a scientist working on reanimating the dead and tricked into working for demons seeking to create an army of the undead.

Otto is playing the queen of the gargoyles who wants to help Frankenstein. (…)

Australian actress Otto starred in the pilot for Locke & Key, which adapted the Joe Hill comic book, and starred in ABC’s Cashmere Mafia. She is repped by Gersh and Management 360 as well as United Agent’s in Australia. (source)

‘Locke & Key’ Pilot Will Be Shown at Comic Con

It isn’t often that a network decides to showcase a property that it decided not to fully embrace, but that is exactly what Fox will allow to happen with the comic book adaptation Locke & Key next month at Comic Con. The pilot was directed by Mark Romanek (One Hour Photo, Never Let Me Go) with Miranda Otto and Nick Stahl in the cast, but Fox elected not to pick up the show. Despite that fact, the company has given its blessing for comic publisher IDW to hold a panel presentation for the show at Comic Con, complete with a screening of the full pilot.

Deadline says that the panel will take place July 22 at 10:30 AM with comic creators Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez, as well as Josh Friedman (pilot writer/producer), Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci.

The show was envisioned as a summer series, then possibly a fall prospect, before Fox decided not to pick it up at all. It was shopped to other cable networks, and finally just killed. But the obvious question is whether good audience response to the pilot might give the series new life.

Here is the official synopsis from the publisher:

Locke & Key tells of Keyhouse, an unlikely New England mansion, with fantastic doors that transform all who dare to walk through them…. and home to a hate-filled and relentless creature that will not rest until it forces open the most terrible door of them all…! Acclaimed suspense novelist and New York Times best-selling author Joe Hill (Heart-Shaped Box) creates an all-new story of dark fantasy and wonder, with astounding artwork from Gabriel Rodriguez. Hill has received the Bram Stoker Award for Best Fiction Collection, the British Fantasy Award for Best Collection and Best Short Story, and the Sydney J. Bounds Best Newcomer Award-2007, among his growing collection of critical accolades. (source)

InStyle Women of Style Awards

Miranda has been nominated in the InStyle Women of Style Awards!

The awards honour and champion Australia’s most inspirational and innovative women across nine categories, including fashion, beauty, lifestyle, news and entertainment, charity and community, and the arts. All the nominees are successful pioneers in their chosen fields. All nominees have been selected by InStyle.

Winners are chosen by the Women of Style judging panel, which includes: fashion designer, Collette Dinnigan; entrepreneur and environmental campaigner, Layne Beachley; journalist and author, Jana Wendt; director of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Elizabeth Ann Macgregor; film director, Gillian Armstrong; designer and co-founder of Dinosaur Designs, Louise Olsen; CEO of Harvey Norman Holdings, Katie Page; founder of Bloom Cosmetics, Natalie Bloom; and general manager of communications for Audi Australia, Janet Markus.

You and your friends can vote for Miranda in the Readers’ Choice category on the InStyle website – Miranda is a nominee under the Arts/Culture section. There will be a red-carpet event held in May to reveal the winners.

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