Isabel Lucas, 34, jakoi kauniita ja seksikkäitä kuvia Instagramissa – tunnetaan Transformers-elokuvasta

Hänen kerrotaan olevan ujo.

Näyttelijä Isabel Lucas, 34, käyttää hänkin välillä Instagramia. Siellä hän jakaa kuvia elämästään faniensa iloksi. Hänet tunnetaan muun muassa elokuvista Transformers: Kaatuneiden kosto (2009), Daybreakers (2009), The Loft (2014) ja Athena (2011).

Lucas oli kiinnostunut näyttelemisestä jo kouluaikoinaan. Hän päätti mennä lopulta myös opiskelemaan sitä.

Jostain syystä hän ei kuitenkaan mennyt koskaan koe-esiintymisiin. Hänet kuitenkin löysi kykyjenetsijä vuonna 2002. Lucasin kerrotaan olevan myös ujo.

Seuraavaksi häneltä on tulossa leffa nimeltään The Ogilvy Fortune. Se on komedia, joka kertoo Karibialla sijaitsevan hotellin merirosvojen perua olevasta aarteesta. Elokuva sijoittuu vuoteen 1986.

Alla kuvia.

 

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Anyone out there who’s an actor, an artist or curious to become more creative… I recently started exploring a new creative method called P.E.M. and I’m finding it completely invigorating and transformative being immersed in this technique. I no longer feel any fear or hesitation bringing all of myself to the full expression of any emotion, it’s been a liberation on many levels. Not only actors can benefit, this is a program anyone who feels called to learn more about self expression, emotional and personal development. The method was founded by Stephan Perdekamp in Germany. I started with a 3 day workshop and was so inspired I chose to explore the 3 month program. I’m feeling humbled and so grateful for the endlessly unfolding creative path I’m on. If you choose to explore #PEM, may you remain ever childlike in your willingness to learn, grow and discover… Check out the website, the next course begins October 4 at P.E.M. Studios Melbourne. #StephanPerdekamp #PerdekampEmotionalMethod #PEM @sarah_victoria_pem @pem_australia 🎭

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With the planet and all of us approaching a potentially vulnerable future we have to re-consider what we really stand for. This is not the time to be discouraged. We need to focus and align with those whose values resonate & align with the higher good. My values are reflected in those of @outlanddenim, I’m assured their clothes are made sustainably and by people who are being paid fairly and saved from human trafficking. 🖤 According to the United Nations human trafficking has reached a 13-year high. It is an issue that exists at every corner of the world, in developing and first world countries alike. Traffickers generate billions of dollars annually through exploiting people and the highly nuanced nature of this crime works to their advantage helping them keep the issue in the dark. The time is now. Solutions exists – put your focus there. #OutlandDenim #HumanTrafficking 📷 by @ivanamartyn

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“The word courage comes from the Latin word ‘cour’ meaning heart. And the original definition is ‘to tell the story of who you are with your whole heart.” – Brene Brown I love the layered truths in this quote! It seems our culture widely portrays courage as ‘standing out while doing something loud and proud’. Sometimes this is truly admirable. People I appreciate most for their courage are those who are quietly willing to feel. Willing to feel their fear or shame, feel the desire to hide, feel the unworthiness or insecurity and in the face of these scary feelings still show up. Audrey’s courage has and will continue to stir inspiration in me. I marvel how she remained ruthlessly heartfelt and gentle with her vulnerability. #AudreyHepburn #BreneBrown #courage #vulnerability #truestrength

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Connecting to the earth is activism. Loving is activism. A potent kind that begins with the foundation. Devoting time to enjoy nature feels vital in this time. It’s easy to lose hope when we learn more about the current state of our planet, especially so considering yesterday’s election. When we hear of the mass extinction of our precious species, the rapid deforestation of the forests (our earth’s lungs), the acidification of oceans, the melting icecaps, destruction of coral reefs, and government that is more invested in protecting corporate greed than in our future, it can feel like there’s no time or attainable way to change paths or create shifts in awareness. I was there yesterday. It feels heavy and immobilizing. And that’s why it’s vital in these moments to connect in with nature. It brings me back and reminds me of my why. Because anything we love we want to safe guard. May we always make time to return to the places in us, that act as a deep, replenishing well, refilling our cups. May we always transmute inertia into love and passion. Pic @kacie__tomita, style @lucywarrenstyle, florals @love__art__life

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The old socks and sandals look 👐🏽 Pic by @pierretoussaint, @linneys_jewellery

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Just finished listening to a fab 👌🏽 @abcradionational talk that my cousin just sent me… With Ronni Kahn, founder of @ozharvest, an amazing charity that rescues vast amounts of food destined to be thrown out and gives it to people who need it. They collect from cafes, restaurants, supermarkets, wholesalers and deliver the equivalent of about 340,000 meals per month, to over 420 organizations (like Salvos, St Vinnies, all kinds of shelters). It equates to 140 tones of food a month — food which would otherwise be wasted. Over 5.2 billion dollars of food gets wasted and goes to landfill in Australia… @ozharvest not only has an amazing social outcome, they also prevent thousands of kilos of food going to landfill which prevents methane gases going into the atmosphere… If I owned a restaurant I’d be on these guys like a bat out of hell 🙌🏽 📷 pic by my lovely mate @joeledgerton

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’I am basically a feminist. I think women can do anything they decide to do.’ — Grace Kelly #gracekelly #loveher

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Thanks for having me @thetodayshow. Pleasure being your guest, bright & early this morning. #MSFW ☄

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’I was arrested on Oct. 10, on Indigenous Peoples’ Day, a holiday where America is meant to celebrate the indigenous people of North America. I was in North Dakota, standing in solidarity, side-by-side with a group of over 200 water protectors, people who are fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline. People who carry a rainbow of colors on their skin. People who gathered together because they realize that if we don’t begin taking genuine steps to protect our precious resources—our soil, our water, our essential elements—we will not have a healthy or thriving planet to pass on to future generations. When the Dakota Access Pipeline breaks (and we know that too many pipelines do), millions of people will have crude-oil-contaminated water. I know it is easy to be apathetic or detached from the reality that fossil fuel contamination could actually affect you and the ones you love… But hear me loud and clear: If you are a human who requires water to survive, then this issue directly involves you. Don’t let the automatic sink faucets in your homes fool you—that water comes from somewhere, and the second its source is contaminated, so is your bathtub, and your sink, and your drinking liquid. We must not take for granted the severity of this truth. Whatever your cause is. Whatever your passion is. Whatever you care about most… none of your efforts or hard-earned opinions will matter when the planet and the people you’re fighting for have nothing left to show for it. What if we used it as a catalyst for a full societal shift in the way we start thinking and treating and learning from indigenous peoples? So that in the future, it doesn’t require a non-native celebrity to bring attention to the cause.’ Article by @shailenewoodley #nodakotaaccesspipeline #standingrock #NoDAPL @nodapl #protectourwaters #respectourwaters #indianwarrior #MniWiconi #keepitintheground #sacredstonecamp #respectourearth #indianwarrior #MniWiconi #keepitintheground #healing #water

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