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Anya Taylor-Joy is gorgeous in green coveralls on New York coffee run

Anya Taylor-Joy is gorgeous in green coveralls on New York coffee run
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She is set to to jet to Australia in the near future to film Mad Max prequel, titled Furiosa, to play a younger version of the character Charlize Theron portrayed in 2015.
And Anya Taylor-Joy definitely looks ready to get back to work.
The 25-year-old American-born Argentine-British actress was seen looking stylish as always in a pair of flared green overalls while out and about in New York City on Monday.

10 things you need to know this morning in Australia

10 things you need to know this morning in Australia
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Australians over the age of 50 will have access to the coronavirus vaccine after National Cabinet agreed to bring forward the next stage of the country's COVID-19 roll out. "National Cabinet agreed in-principle to a series of changes to the Australian COVID-19 Vaccination Strategy that will be put forward for approval at the next meeting of National Cabinet including options to bring forward the commencement of vaccinations for over 50-year-olds under the Australian COVID-19 Vaccination Strategy priority group 2a," Scott Morrison said in a statement.
The most likely result of Australia’s troubled vaccine rollout will be a program that concludes up to a year from now, says Michael Buckland, executive director of policy think tank the McKell Institute. With the end of JobKeeper, government support and the New Zealand travel bubble aren’t enough to enable economic growth, Buckland said. Modelling by the McKell Institute around the cost of Australia’s vaccine program delays found it could cost the economy up to $1.4 billion.

'A story I can't wait to see in a cinema': George Miller to shoot a new Mad Max movie, Furiosa

Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced the movie would be “the largest film ever to be filmed” in NSW – bringing at least A$350 million (NZ$378.1m) into the state’s economy and involving 850 jobs.
Furiosa has attracted filming incentives from both the state and Australian governments, including the reinstated 40 per cent tax break known as the producer offset that was announced earlier this month.
Miller has just finished filming the fantasy drama
Three Thousand Years of Longing, with Idris Elba and Tilda Swinton, in Sydney.
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Joining a Mad Max movie is the biggest “pinch myself moment” in his acting career, says Chris Hemsworth.

Lucy Hale Dyed Her Hair Lemon-Honey Blonde for Spring

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If there’s one celebrity who constantly serves as short hair goals, it’s Lucy Hale. Seriously, hairstylists all over the country must be getting tired of clients bringing in photos of the
Pretty Little Liars star for reference. Well, too bad, because she just changed it up again, so it’s time to set up those appointments.
The famous brunette started lightening her dark hair in February and went even blonder this March, but her latest transformation may be the lightest—and brightest—she’s ever been. On April 12, Hale debuted her new lemon-honey blonde hair, captioning the selfie with the emojis to match! 

'WandaVision,' 'Emily in Paris,' 'The Boys' Lead MTV Movie & TV Awards Nominations

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Elizabeth Olsen and Kathryn Hahn in a scene from WandaVision. Photo by Disney+ /Disney+
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LOS ANGELES ( – Television dominated the roster of nominees for the 2021 MTV Movie & TV Awards, which returns this May after a year-long hiatus due, at least in part, to the COVID-19 pandemic. But with the kind of crowd-pleasing, popcorn-ready films that the MTV awards show normally celebrates mostly delayed due to the pandemic, TV has taken a front seat this year.

George Miller: 'Furiosa prequel will be a saga over many years'

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George Miller has revealed that Furiosa, the Mad Max: Fury Road prequel, will be a saga that spans many years.
“Whereas Fury Road essentially happened over three days and two nights, (Furiosa) happens over many years,” the director said at a press conference in Australia, reported on by the Sydney Morning Herald.
”You try to make films that are ‘uniquely familiar’," he went on, contemplating how the instalments will link up.
“This will be familiar to those people who know Mad Max, and in particular Fury Road, but also it will be unique,” he shared.
The much-awaited follow-up is to commence filming in New South Wales in June, with Miller admitting that he hopes previous log-jams at Warner Bros are in the past and that the production will roll ahead smoothly.

Furiosa: Chris Hemsworth, Anya Taylor-Joy's Mad Max Fury Road prequel set to be Australia's BIGGEST film

Furiosa: Chris Hemsworth, Anya Taylor-Joy's Mad Max Fury Road prequel set to be Australia's BIGGEST film
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Chris Hemsworth and Anya Taylor-Joy's upcoming Mad Max Fury Road prequel is all set to be Australia's biggest film ever. The massive film shoot is expected to create a lot of new jobs in Australia considering the scale of the film. It has been reported that the film will begin shooting from 2022 and will be helping the local economy that may be hit amid the pandemic. Director George Miller has expressed excitement about working on the prequel as he recently gave a press conference along with Hemsworth.

How to watch this year's Oscar-nominated films ahead of the 2021 Academy Awards

Mank, starring Amanda Seyfried and Gary Oldman, leads the pack with 10 Oscar nominations
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Netflix drama Mank leads the pack in this year’s Academy Award nominations, with 10 nods – showing that the Oscars are still a navel-gazing affair – but it has fierce competition in all of its categories, including Best Film. Since cinemas aren’t due to reopen in the UK until May 17, where and how can you see all these great movies?  
How to watch Oscar-nominated movies
Hollywood lore always does well in awards season, and David Fincher’s black-and-white film about the writer of Citizen Kane, Herman J Mankiewicz, is no exception. It’s up for 10 awards, including Best Film and Best Actor for Gary Oldman, and you can see it now on Netflix.

'Furiosa': 'Mad Max' prequel set to become become biggest film ever made in Australia

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Anya Taylor-Joy will star in the film as a younger version of Furiosa, who was played by Charlize Theron in the 2015 installment
A prequel to the “Mad Max” movie franchise starring Anya Taylor-Joy and Chris Hemsworth will be filmed in Australia, officials said on Monday.
“Furiosa” is slated for release in mid-2023 and is expected to become the biggest film ever made in Australia, New South Wales state Premier Gladys Berejiklian said.
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Oscars 2021: Promising Young Woman directed by Wiltshire actress up for five awards

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Oscars 2021: Promising Young Woman directed by Wiltshire actress up for five awards
Emerald Fennell, best known for playing Camilla in The Crown before becoming a director, studied at Marlborough College in Wiltshire
Carey Mulligan and Emerald Fennell at the premiere of Promising Young Woman (Image: Getty Images)
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MTV awards: WandaVision, The Boys and Emily in Paris lead this year's nominations

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WandaVision, which launched on
Disney+ in January has had five nods at the awards, including for best show, best hero for Teyonah Parris and (sorry - spoiler!) best villain for Kathryn Hahn.
Amazon's The Boys and
Netflix's Emily In Paris are both up for four gongs apiece, including best show.
Raunchy period drama Bridgerton is also up for three awards - best show, best kiss, and breakthrough performance for the
now-departed Rege-Jean Page.
Cobra Kai makes up the remainder of the best show category.
In the best film category, Oscar-nominated movies Promising Young Woman and Judas And The Black Messiah will battle it out against Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, Pixar's Soul and Netflix's To All The Boys: Always And Forever.

XXL Hair Is Trending for Spring

It’s been a long year in lockdown, and though salons have been open in some capacity, many of us weren’t blessed enough to get a midyear trim. Thanks to a year of hibernation, the vast majority of us have seen our hair grow to new lengths— and while I’m convinced I currently resemble Cousin Itt, it seems I’m onto a new trend.
Enter: XXL hair—incredibly long, Rapunzel-like hair that’s derrière scraping and seriously glam.
Whilst the brave among us are making the decision to chop it all off via a bob hairstyle, if you’re too nervous to take the plunge, XXL hair is the perfect antithesis.

Gladys Berejiklian announces Mad Max prequel featuring Chris Hemsworth will be filmed in NSW

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Premier Gladys Berejiklian cosied up to Hollywood heavyweight Chris Hemsworth for a selfie after she announced the new Mad Max prequel would be filmed in her home state. 
The politician, who is rocking a fresh haircut, looked smitten as she stood next to the Thor heartthrob at a press conference at Sydney's Fox Studio on Monday to unveil the exciting news. 
Furiosa stars Chris  Hemsworth, Anya Taylor-Joy and Yahya Abdul Mateen II, and will become the largest production to ever be filmed in the state when shooting begins in June.  
Ms Berejiklian said securing the production of Furiosa in NSW was an important win for the state and our film industry. 

The upcoming Mad Max prequel Furiosa will be filmed in New South Wales

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'Chris, who's made Australia his home, he's a global superstar and works here in NSW, and I couldn't feel prouder about him and his generation of actors that are really continuing to put Australia on the map,' she added.
Minister for the Arts Paul Fletcher said it was 'very important' that Australia supported the film industry, and described the Mad Max franchise as an ''iconic Australian production'
Out of Hollywood: Premier Gladys Berejiklian made the announcement at a press conference in Sydney on Monday, alongside star Chris Hemsworth (centre), director George Miller (right) and producer Doug Mitchell (left)

Mad Max prequel Furiosa to be filmed in NSW

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The Premier
The long-awaited prequel to George Miller’s Academy Award Winning Mad Max: Fury Road is set to be filmed in NSW, and expected to become the biggest film ever to be made in Australia.
Furiosa stars Chris Hemsworth, Anya Taylor-Joy and Yahya Abdul Mateen II, and will become the largest production to ever be filmed in NSW when filming begins in June 2021.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian said securing the production of Furiosa in NSW was an important win for the state and our film industry.
“This is great news for NSW – Furiosa is expected to support more than 850 local jobs and bring in around $350 million into the NSW economy,” Ms Berejiklian said.

The Huge Mad Max: Fury Road Prequel Is Set To Film In NSW

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Folks, MORE Hollywood stars are about to flock to our shores because
George Miller‘s 
Mad Max: Fury Road, will be filmed in NSW. 
Furiosa is expected to become the biggest film ever made in Australia, with a cast that includes 
Chris Hemsworth (the mighty Thor), 
Anya Taylor-Joy (

Mad Max prequel Furiosa to be shot in Outback for 2023 release

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A prequel to the Mad Max movie franchise starring Anya Taylor-Joy and Chris Hemsworth will be filmed in Australia, officials said.
Furiosa is slated for release in mid-2023 and is expected to become the biggest film ever made in Australia, according to New South Wales state premier Gladys Berejiklian.
Avengers star Hemsworth said being involved in such a project in his homeland was a dream come true.
Great news the Mad Max prequel – Furiosa starring Chris Hemsworth – is being filmed right here in NSW. The biggest ever film to be made in Australia, supporting more than 850 local jobs and bringing in $350 million to the economy.

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