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Hugo Weaving talks about why he chose Australian films over foreign films and TV shows.

Hugo Weaving admits he hates Los Angeles, explaining why he prefers Australian films to international films and television shows.


Hugo Weaving is one of Australia’s most famous and talented foreign performers, appearing in a variety of national and international productions.

However, a British-born actor revealed in an interview on Tuesday’s Today Show that he prefers Australian work to his role abroad.

Hugo, 61, appeared in the breakfast program and talked about Australia’s new drama series “Love Me.” After that, he elaborated on his considerable preference for local works.

Preference: Hugo Weaving talks about why he chooses Australian films over his role in foreign films and television.

“My focus has always been on Australia,” Matrix Star told fill-in hosts Sara Abo and Charles Crewcher. “I have been working for the Sydney Theater Company for 40 years.”

“I tend to prefer local work to working abroad,” he continued. “My first role choice is to always look for things here to work on the film here.”

The Lord of the Rings actor described his work on Australian shows as his “standard” when he commented on his dislike of Los Angeles.

“My focus has always been on Australia”: Hugo, 61, appeared in the breakfast program and elaborated on his preference for local works before talking about the Australian drama series “Love Me”.

“I work in Australia. I have never lived in Los Angeles, I hate that place. I rather live and work here and work on great Australian screenplays.

He added that Australian works were “always my focus”.

Hugh filmed Love Me earlier this year Melbourne..

The six-part romantic drama series explores the love experienced in the family, with each member at different stages of life.

Adamant: The Matrix star talked to today's fill-in hosts Sarah Abo and Charles Crewcher about supporting Australian production.

Adamant: The Matrix star talked to today’s fill-in hosts Sarah Abo and Charles Crewcher about supporting Australian production. “I don’t like that place because I’ve never lived in Los Angeles. I’d rather live and work here and work on a great Australian script.

The show is adapted from the Swedish series Älska Mig, created by Josephine Bornebush, in an Australian version directed by Emma Freeman.

In addition to Hugo, Love Me will also feature Hydiarina, Celiapak Ora, Bojana Novakovic, Bob Morley and Heather Mitchell.

Hugo will also star in the Australian movie Loveland next year.

Labrand is directed by Ivan Sen, who directed the new Western films Mystery Road and Goldstone.

Latest Project: Hugh filmed Love Me in Melbourne earlier this year. The six-part romantic drama series explores the love experienced in the family, with each member at different stages of life.Photo: Hugo at Love Me Premiere in Sydney

Latest Project: Hugh filmed Love Me in Melbourne earlier this year. The six-part romantic drama series explores the love experienced in the family, with each member at different stages of life.Photo: Hugo at Love Me Premiere in Sydney

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Hugo Weaving talks about why he chose Australian films over foreign films and TV shows.

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