Hugo has joined the cast of Mel Gibson’s Hacksaw Ridge. Hacksaw Ridge is the true story of conscientious objector, Desmond Doss (Garfield), who, in Okinawa during the bloodiest battle of WWII, saved 75 men without firing a gun. Hugo will play Garfield’s son, Tom Doss. The film is expected to be completed in the second half […]
FilmInk has announced that Hugo will join an already impressive cast in Jesper Jones: “based on the multi-award winning coming of age mystery novel by Craig Silvey, it is about one eventful summer in 1965 when Charlie Bucktin, lured by adventure and mystery, experiences the trials of teenage love and discovers what it means to […]
You can watch last night’s episode of Australian Story on their official website, where they also have a full transcript of the show. Here below Hugo’s intro: Hello. I’m Hugo Weaving. What would you do if you lost something that’s been the essence of you for most of your life? Something that’s given you great joy, a […]
Australian Story airs next on October 12 at 8pm on ABC with “Raise Your Voice” and will be introduced by Hugo. What would you do if you lost something that’s been the essence of you for most of your life? Something that’s given you joy, a vocation, even fame – and then one day it […]
Hugo joined forces with Griffith University Film School, Autism Queensland and Gold Coast Hospital Foundation for an educational video to help clinicians identify autistic traits at various age levels. You can read more about the making of from the director here.
The Dressmaker will have its Australian premiere in Melbourne on October 18! Expected on the red carpet: Liam Hemsworth, Judy Davis, Hugo Weaving and Sarah Snook.
Thanks to CJ for the heads up about the full short film Manny Gets Censored being available on Vimeo – check it out! and audio-only 😉
And many more in the gallery HERE (spoiler warning, esp. last two pages of the album)
If you haven’t seen it yet, here’s the (unfortunately very short) interview with Hugo from BBC2’s Artsnight with Richard Wilson about Samuel Beckett. Caps in the gallery here.