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Home and Away newcomer Heather's life - Hollywood fame, filming struggles and glam snaps
Home and Away newcomer Sofia Nolan has recently joined the cast as the newest resident of Summer Bay.Sofia has taken on the role of Heather, who appears to be set on stirring up some trouble for fan favourite Marilyn.Away from the Australian soap, Heather has a fruitful career in acting and has starred in a Hollywood blockbuster, as well as some big name Aussie shows and stage productions.READ MORE:Home and Away Marilyn star's life – co-star romance, WHSmith heir hubby and DOI fameIf you want to know more about the new Summer Bay resident then look no further - keep reading to find out more about her career, life and how she landed the part in one of Australia's most popular soap operas.Sofia is originally from Newcastle in New South Wales, Australia and has worked in Australian theatre.The actress has also worked on films and in television in both Australia and Ireland, with her most notable roles being in Drop Dead Weird, Kiki and Kitty, Preppers, RFDS and now, of course, Home and Away.She also had a role in Hollywood blockbuster Godzilla vs Kong, in which she played a “mean girl”.The action movie, which was released in 2021, saw Sofia star alongside big name actors such as Millie Bobby Brown, Alexander Skarsgard, Rebecca Hall and Kaylee Hottle as well as the film’s director Adam Wingard.Sofia spoke to Tracy Mac on Newcastle in the Morning about her experience landing the big time soap role.An eager Nolan opened up on her experience on set and admitted that she didn’t have much prior knowledge of the soap but called it a “bucket list” casting for any Australian actor.Sofia said: “So I got the audition through my agency [...] and I actually didn’t really know much about the character, I didn’t know much about her
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Stranger Things’ Duffer brothers making new live acton adaptation of ‘Death Note’
Stranger Things’ creators the Duffer bothers are making a new live action adaptation of Death Note for Netflix.Netflix previously released a live-action Death Note movie in 2017, directed by Adam Wingard and starring Nat Wolff.Now, Netflix have announced that the Duffer brothers will make a new live adaptation of the Manga story.While details of the project are sparse as yet, it will be a live-action television adaptation of the manga and anime classic.An all-new live-action television adaptation of the renowned Japanese manga and anime series Death Note.— Netflix (@netflix) July 6, 2022The brothers recently announced a new production company called Upside Down Pictures, which will create more film and television projects for Netflix.Some of those unveiled include a new original series from the creators of Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance and an adaptation of Stephen King and Peter Straub’s The Talisman in partnership with Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Entertainment and Paramount TV.There are also plans for a new stage adaptation set in the Stranger Things universe and a live-action Stranger Things spin-off based on an original idea by the brothers.An original series from creators Jeffrey Addiss and Will Matthews (Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance).— Netflix (@netflix) July 6, 2022A series adaptation of Stephen King and Peter Straub‘s The Talisman to be created by Curtis Gwinn.— Netflix (@netflix) July 6, 2022A new stage play set within the world and mythology of Stranger Things, produced by prolific and multi award-winning producers Sonia Friedman, Stephen Daldry (The Crown, Billy Elliot, The Reader), and Netflix.