Indiana Evans is known for her roles in Australian TV shows, especially Home and Away and H2O: Just Add Water. However, her popularity has grown since a fanfiction writer pictured her as the main character of her story, which is called After.


Posted by Bea July 30, 2013

Bit by bit we are receiving more information about Indiana’s next project. The last thing we know is that actress Denise Richards will play the role of Indiana’s character’s mother, Barbara Petersen. The main characters won’t be named as Emmeline and Richard like they were in the original movie but Emma and Dane according to deadline.com. As it is a ‘lifetime’ we suppose the have changed the names to be more actual. To end, the leading character of the original movie, Christopher Atkins, who earned a Golden Globe nomination for his role in the original movie, will make a cameo in this remake.

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Posted by Bea July 30, 2013

I have found some old high quality pictures of Indiana attending the 2008 Inside Soap Awards and the lauching of AACTA awards last year (these ones are tagged). We did not have HQ pictures of these event until today.

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Posted by Bea July 30, 2013

Here I bring some more pictures of latest Indiana’s photoshoot, 14 HQ photos in which she looks flawless! They are not the original pictures of the photo session, but candids. Enjoy!

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Posted by Bea July 30, 2013

We have found the words Indiana have said about her new project! She told News Limited that she is excited but also nervous about the role and that she is hoping to sizzle on the screen just as Brooke Shields did. Find the source here

“It is so exciting and the role did such great things for Brooke Shields, but it’s also nerve-racking. When you do a remake, there’s a lot of pressure because people always love the original. I watched it and Brooke is devastatingly beautiful, so that adds even more pressure. I’m a bit nervous. I have always been ambitious about getting a US role, and if ever there is some frustration, it is still encouraging to get close to big roles because it implies there is somewhere to go. If I was getting nowhere with it, I think I would get more frustrated and wonder why I was doing this. This is certainly a step forward.”

Please, credit heartindiana.com if you copy the following image in which I have mixed pictures of Brooke Shields in ‘The Blue Lagoon’ (1980), Milla Jovovich in ‘Return to the blue lagoon’ (1991) and Indiana so we can see that they really look like each other. Gorgeous!

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