Julie Estelle Is Going Global full detail avilable in this post.Working with familiar faces is always fun Or perhaps “smooth” would be a better word. You know the drill,they know the drill. As well as all the prep work gets done in no time, people get in position and then boom magic happens. That is pretty much how it went with our photo shoot with the lovely and multi-talented Julie Estelle.
Julie Estelle Is Going Global
She also appeared in the March 2009 issue. Now, of course, she has moved forward in leaps and bounds ever since. But perhaps, we’d best begin her new story with a short recap.Gareth Evans was impressed with her acting. But during the casting test and decided to choose her in spite of her lack of martial arts background.For the role of Hammer Girl, she trained in pencak silat under Yayan Ruhian who is also the co-choreographer of the film.
Julie Estelle was born on January 4, 1989 in Jakarta, Indonesia, the daughter of Thiery Gasnier, a French-American, and Hilda Limbara, a Chinese-Indonesian. She is the second of three children. Her older sister is Cathy Sharon, a TV host and actress and her younger sister is Charlotte Christie, a business woman. Estelle went to Lycee International Francais de Jakarta, an International French school in Jakarta, and moved on from secondary school in June, 2007.
Estelle began to be known since playing in the movie Alexandria (2005) which is also her first film. Through this film, Estelle was nominated as the “Most Favorite Rising Star” for MTV Indonesia Awards and won it. She also starred in Dealova, Kuntilanak, and Selamanya. In addition to being a photo model, she also has starred in several music videos of Indonesian artist.
It has been reported that Estelle is joining Gareth Evan’s Berandal. The continuation of 2012 hit The Raid Redemption as Hammer Girl, a female warrior capable in silat harimau.
She had a relationship with Indonesian racer Moreno Suprapto but broke up in 2008. She was featured on the cover of Playboy Magazine’s Indonesian edition in July 2006 right after she had turned 17.
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The Raid 3 Will Have Julie Estelle As Iko Uwais’ Leading Lady!
Some The Raid 3 news have surfaced and it seems that “Hammer Girl” Julie Estelle is going to return to the series but as a different character.The following Raid 3 news came from Indonesian newspaper, The Indonesia Chronicles and their report states that following the massive popularity spike of the Raid 2 Berandal’s “Hammer Girl” Julie Estelle. Moreover gareth Evans has reportedly added Julie Estelle back into The Raid 3 but as a different character.
Julie Estelle—model, performer and one-time voice on-screen character—rose to acclaim in 2005. When she showed up in her first motion picture, “Alexandria.” She then went ahead to star in each of the three “Kuntilanak” movies and increased global consideration through 2010’s “Rumah Dara,” which was appropriated in the U.S. what’s more, Europe as “Horrifying.”
“And stop pirating movies, which is killing the film industry”
Headshot,” on the other hand, continues the trend of foreign involvement in local productions. Which, in turn, leads to increased exposure in foreign markets. “There will be producers from Japan as well,” Estelle went on. “From Katsu [Productions], so there will be an international release for ‘Headshot.’” This heightened appreciation for Indonesian filmmaking can be traced, once again, to “The Raid.” Not that this is surprising, but it can be quite surprising to see just how much of a household name it has really become. “Nowadays, when you go to movie festivals and we say that we’re from Indonesia, people will go, ‘Oh, The Raid, right?’” Estelle recounts.
Presently, while Indonesia has turned out to be progressively prevalent for its combative technique substantial activity flicks. There’s a lot of staggering ability as far as (immaculate) acting, coordinating and composing. The following stride in conveying this ability to light, as indicated by the French-Indonesian debutante.