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Aussie star unrecognisable as Boy Swallows Universe cast announced
Boy Swallows Universe has finally been announced and there are some big Aussie stars leading the show.WATCH: Travis fimmel in the Vikings season five trailerBased on the popular Australian book by Trent Dalton, the show will be led by Vikings star Travis Fimmel as Lyle Orlik, Aussie icon Simon Baker as Robert Bell and nostalgic H2O: Just Add Water star Phoebe Tonkin as Frances Bell.As for the leading child characters, Eli and Gus Bell will be played by Felix Cameron as Eli and Lee Tiger Halley as Gus.The adult cast have some serious acting chops between them, with Simon best known for his long-running role as Patrick Jane on The Mentalist.But it’s Travis who has caught fans’ attention in newly released promotional photos, as he’s sporting a very different look for the show.Travis Fimmel will be sporting a mullet as Lyle Orlik.For years he led Vikings as Ragnar Lothbrok, sporting everything from a heavy tattoos and a long braid to a shaved head and scruffy beard in the role - but we’ve never seen him with a mullet before!The Australian star appears with a “business in the front, party in the back” hairdo as Lyle Orlik, sporting a dangling earring and a few tattoos to match.Meanwhile Phoebe Tonkin, who most Aussie women will remember as Cleo in the iconic H2O: Just Add Water, is looking beachy as ever with wavy blonde locks in the promo photos.Phoebe Tonkin, who most Aussie women will remember as Cleo in the iconic H2O: Just Add Water, will play Frances Bell.Travis Fimmel, Simon Baker and Phoebe Tonkin will lead the cast, with other stars like Bryan Brown, Anthony La Paglia and Sophie Wilde joining them as Slim Halliday, Tytus Broz and Caitlyn Spies respectively.The rest of the supporting cast include the likes of
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Sandra Bullock's partner Bryan Randall 'very scared' of becoming stepfather to her kids
“My life was on the right track and here is this beautiful person who doesn’t want anything to do with my life but [was] the right person to help me.” She told the hosts that her boyfriend was the role model she wanted her children to have. It comes after the Lost City star recently expressed her wishes to take a short break from acting. She has admitted she feels “so tired” and intends to step away from the spotlight in the near future.Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter earlier this year, the Miss Congeniality star said she was looking forward to lightening her workload. She explained to the publication: “I don't want to be beholden to anyone's schedule other than my own.“I'm so burnt out,” the actress continued. “I'm so tired, and I'm so not capable of making healthy, smart decisions and I know it.”She reiterated how grateful she was, however, for her successful career. Despite this, Sandra could not deny that her limelight days came with plenty of sacrifice, saying her personal life could be jeopardised if she kept on working at 100 percent. The Bird Box star has been dating her significant other since 2015, and they have been cohabiting for a few years. Currently a photographer who runs Bryan Randall photography, Sandra’s silver fox boyfriend was once a model in his younger days. The actress described her beau as a “cool, laid back partner and dad” to Closer Weekly. He also has daughter Skylar Staten Randall, 28, from a previous relationship.The Lost City was Sandra’s most recent acting venture, in which she portrayed romance novelist Loretta Sage. It also stars Channing Tatum as well as Daniel Radcliffe, who stars as the film’s primary villain. 
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Rhea Seehorn: ‘Better Call Saul’ finale gave ‘hope, love, redemption’
WARNING: Spoilers ahead for the series finale of “Better Call Saul.”“Better Call Saul” ended its six-season odyssey with Jimmy/Saul/Gene (Bob Odenkirk) sentenced to 86 years in federal prison, where he bid an emotional goodbye to ex-wife Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn) — but not before exonerating her, in a final colorful courtroom flourish, of any wrongdoing in covering up Howard Hamlin’s execution-style death several years earlier.“I saw the [finale] for the first time Monday night,” Seehorn told The Post Tuesday. “I watched it with a couple of people from the show and loved ones and significant partners and it was very moving.”Monday night’s finale, “Saul Gone,” included scenes from all three timelines in the “Better Call Saul” universe and featured surprise appearances from Marie Schrader (Betsy Brandt) — the widowed wife of “Breaking Bad” DEA agent Hank Schrader (Dean Norris) — and, in a flashback, Chuck McGill (Michael McKean), Jimmy’s brilliant-yet-troubled older brother who killed himself in the Season 3 finale of “Better Call Saul.” Walter White (Bryan Cranston) also materialized in a “Breaking Bad” flashback.The episode turned its main focus on Saul’s shattered relationship with Kim, now living a drab, boring life in central Florida designing brochures for a sprinkler company and sporting shorter (and dark) hair.