Celebrity·Posted on 28 Mar 201928 Australians That Are Totally Owning This Thing Called HollywoodAussies are bloody everywhere.by Tom ScottNews Curator, AustraliaFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Katherine Langford Mike Coppola / Getty Images, Netflix Katherine's next role will be playing Nimue in the Netflix drama Cursed, which is a reimagining of the King Arthur legend. She will also be in Avengers: Endgame as an unknown character. 2. Remy Hii Brad Barket / Getty Images, Sony Pictures Entertainment/youtube.com Remy most recently played Alistair, one of the bad boy cousins, in Crazy Rich Asians. Next he'll be playing a mystery role in Spider-Man: Far From Home and he has a nice one-liner at the end of the trailer. 3. Deborah Riley John Sciulli / Getty Images, HBO Deborah has been a production designer on Game of Thrones for the past five years. She's currently working on the final season where she'll have a hand in designing the battlefields and dragons. 4. Miranda Otto Rachel Murray / Getty Images, Warner Bros. Television Miranda will be playing Aunt Zelda again in Season 2 of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. For the horror fans out there, keep an eye out for her in The Silence. 5. Fiona Crombie Emma Mcintyre / Getty Images, Scarlet Films Fiona is the production designer for The King, which is expected to come out later this year. You can also catch her work in The Favourite, which was nominated for Best Production Design at the Oscars last year! 6. Mia Healey http://@mia.healey / Via instagram.com, http://@mia.healey / Via instagram.com Up-and-coming actress Mia Healey will appear in The Wilds, a series about four teenage girls forced to survive on a remote island. Mia will be playing a devoutly religious pageant champion which will certainly be an interesting character. 7. Michael Wilkinson Michael Buckner / Getty Images, Walt Disney Pictures Michael has an impressive resume. He's previously been the costume designer for films like Justice League, Noah, American Hustle and an Aussie favourite, Looking For Alibrandi. This year he'll take the lead on costumes for the new Aladdin film, as well as Against All Enemies which comes out later this year. 8. Yael Stone Frazer Harrison / Getty Images, Netflix Yael will be in the 7th and final season of Orange Is The New Black. 9. Margot Robbie Jeff Spicer / Getty Images, Columbia Pictures Margot will be playing Sharon Tate in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. The film also stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Dakota Fanning and Luke Perry. 10. Joshua Orpin @joshua_orpin / Via instagram.com, December Media Joshua has landed his first, big acting role as Superboy in Season 2 of Teen Titans. Another Aussie superhero? Heck yes! 11. Kym Barrett Toby Canham / Getty Images, Monkeypaw Productions Kym is the costume designer on the 2019 Charlie's Angels reboot and Us, the new Jordan Peele film. You can imagine there will be some incredible outfits in those movies. 12. Hugh Jackman Phil Walter / Getty Images, Laika/Annapurna Pictures Hugh will be voicing Sir Lionel Frost in Missing Link, a stop-motion animated comedy adventure film. Sir Lionel Frost is an explorer who helps Mr Link, a legendary creature, to find his long-lost relatives. 13. Rebel Wilson Netflix, Pin High Productions Rebel appears alongside Liam Hemsworth in Isn't It Romantic, a new Netflix movie which plays with the whole rom-com genre. She's also slated to be in The Hustle, Jojo Rabbit and Cats, which all come out this year. 14. Nicole Kidman Frederick M. Brown / Getty Images, Warner Bros. Pictures Based on the award-winning novel, Nicole's next role will be as Mrs Barbour in The Goldfinch. It looks like an interesting drama set around the world of art and crime. 15. Dacre Montgomery Frazer Harrison / Getty Images, Netflix The bad boy of Stranger Things is back for season 3. And judging by the trailer, it looks like he'll be appearing as a local lifeguard. 16. Shalom Brune-Franklin Greg Lewis Photography, Jungle Entertainment Shalom is currently starring on Bad Mothers. She'll also appear in Cursed alongside Katherine Langford, where she'll be playing Morgana, a fairy queen and sorceress. 17. Cate Blanchett Pascal Le Segretain / Getty Images, Annapurna Pictures Cate stars as the main character in Where'd You Go, Bernadette. It's an inspiring comedy which looks similar to The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. 18. Chris Hemsworth Quinn Rooney / Getty Images, Sony Pictures Entertainment Chris provides comic relief in the Men In Black: International film as Agent H. And of course he is in Avengers: Endgame as the almighty Thor! 19. Ben Mendelsohn Frazer Harrison / Getty Images, Marvel Studios Ben continues to play Hollywood's best villains and this year is no different. He plays General Talos in Captain Marvel — the green dude in the picture above. You can also catch him in the animated action-adventure Spies in Disguise and as Henry IV in the The King. 20. Mia Wasikowska Rich Polk / Getty Images, Blue-Tongue Films Mia will act alongside Kate Winslet and Sam Neill in Blackbird, a film about a terminally ill mother who arranges to bring her family together one last time before she dies. She's also starred in Judy and Punch, an Australian dark comedy, which aired at the Sundance Film Festival. 21. Guy Pearce Chris J Ratcliffe / Getty Images, New Pictures Guy will be in Domino, an exciting crime-thriller set in Copenhagen that will be released later this year. 22. Chris Pang Sarah Morris / Getty Images, Warner Bros. You probably known Chris as the ripped newlywed that brings everyone together in Crazy Rich Asians. His next role will be in the new Charlie's Angels reboot as an unknown character. 23. Isla Fisher Matt Winkelmeyer / Getty Images, Iconoclast Isla is playing a millionaire wife in The Beach Bum who supports her husband's lavish and lazy lifestyle. 24. Rachel Griffiths Quinn Rooney / Getty Images, Summit Entertainment This Aussie acting legend's next role is in The King's Daughter, an adventure-fantasy about a king trying to a steal a mermaid's immortality. This looks like a must-watch for fantasy lovers. 25. Jordan Rodrigues Jean-baptiste Lacroix / AFP / Getty Images, Scott Rudin Productions You might recognise Jordan from Home & Away, Dance Academy or most recently, Lady Bird. He's currently filming for LA's Finest, a spinoff series of Badboys which will focus on Drug Enforcement Agent Sydney Burnett. 26. Naomi Watts Rich Polk / Getty Images, Gil Netter Productions Naomi is in Once Upon A Time In Staten Island, a coming-of-age family drama set in the '80s. If sci-fi thrillers are more your thing, then watch out for her in Boss Level. 27. Toni Collette Amy Sussman / Getty Images, Netflix Toni's latest role is in Velvet Buzzsaw. It follows supernatural forces taking revenge on art profiteers and is definitely different to other horror movies than you're used to. 28. Desmond Chiam David Livingston / Getty Images, Starz! Desmond is playing a supporting role, Jethro, in the comedy series Now Apocalypse. The series follows a bunch of friends on various quests, pursuing love, sex and fame in Los Angeles, which sounds very existential and Gen X.