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Melissa George On Margot’s Hidden and Calculated Ferocity in ‘The Mosquito Coast’

“I got to go from being a maternal mamma bear to being an assassin almost. I love it!”. Melissa George gets the role of a lifetime in Margot Fox, a former professor on the run with her husband, played by a glinty-eyed Justin Theroux. In Apple TV+’s engrossing new drama series, The Mosquito Coast, Margot and Allie have lived a seemingly quiet life off the grid but something dangerous is lurking behind every corner. Their kids, played by Logan Polish and Gabriel Bateman, are getting older and asking more questions about how their lives aren’t like those of other teenagers. Freedom is always a mirage just out of reach.
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‘The Mosquito Coast’ Director and Melissa George on Revealing Margot’s Agency

In the two versions of “The Mosquito Coast” that came before the Apple TV Plus drama (the 1981 novel and the 1986 film adaptation), the character of Allie Fox’s wife and mother to his children was just that and that alone: a wife and mother. But the series, which is being treated as a prequel to the events in the novel, rather than a straight adaptation, puts her in the driver’s seat.
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Melissa George interview: ‘The Mosquito Coast’

“As an actress, when I get a role that requires me to be quite tough and menacing, all those things that my face doesn’t look like, I thrive,” admits Melissa George about playing the elusive Margot Fox on Apple TV+ seven-episode dramatic thriller “The Mosquito Coast.” She adds, “It is so much fun to play because that’s not how I am in my own life.” Watch our exclusive video interview above.
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Melissa George Has Been Keeping A Lot Of ‘The Mosquito Coast’ Secrets [Interview]

The final episode for Apple TV+’s “The Mosquito Coast” series dropped today and the prequel aspect of the series has, in theory, come to an end. Based on Paul Theroux’s 1981 novel and already renewed for a second season, the first seven episodes find Allie Fox (Justin Theroux), his wife Margot (Melissa George), and their two teenage children on the run from the U.S. government agents for unspecified reasons. The family has traveled across the desert, gotten on the bad side of a Mexican cartel boss, barely escaped a professional assassin, and somehow eluded local authorities at the last possible moment. Creator and executive producer Neil Cross has put the Fox’s through the wringer while tactfully avoiding why they are in such a predicament in the first place. And if you’ve made it this far, you’re probably heavily invested in discovering what is actually going on with this unconventional family.
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Justin Theroux Allegedly Moves On From Jennifer Aniston With Melissa George

Justin Theroux has allegedly moved on from Jennifer Aniston with the help of his co-star, Melissa George. In its May 24 issue, Woman’s Day claimed that Theroux and George have seemingly developed feelings for each other while they are on the set of Mosquito Coast. In the series, the A-listers play the role of a couple, and eyewitnesses couldn’t help but notice their chemistry.
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The Mosquito Coast's Melissa George Explains The Mother's Added Significance To The AppleTV+ Reboot

Melissa George spoke to CinemaBlend ahead of the series premiere of The Mosquito Coast about her character Margot and how different her role is compared to the original version of the character, who was only referred to as "Mother." Melissa George spoke to me not just about the significance of enhancing the Mother's presence but why it was necessary the character be expanded on in the series.
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Justin Theroux & Melissa George Are Radicals on the Run in ‘The Mosquito Coast’ (VIDEO)

Crazy like the Foxes! Justin Theroux plays genius inventor and radical idealist Allie Fox in Apple TV+ adventure drama, The Mosquito Coast, based on the bestselling 1981 novel by his uncle, Paul Theroux. In the seven-episode series, Allie and wife Margot, a librarian, played by Melissa George, uproot their two kids and go on the run from the US government to Mexico. The reason for their flight is slowly revealed, but right away we see Allie’s brilliance, mesmerizing personality, and dissatisfaction with the American Dream.
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Interview: 'The Mosquito Coast' star Melissa George on the show, reuniting with Justin Theroux, and her rollerskating past

The Australian actress stars on the new Apple TV+ show, which debuts on April 30. Melissa George is an Australian actress with credits all over American television and movies over the course of the past 20 years. She's been in movies like "Dark City," "The Limey," "Mulholland Drive" and the 2005 "The Amityville Horror," and such TV series as Alias, Grey's Anatomy, The Good Wife, and In Treatment.
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The Mosquito Coast Trailer Starring Justin Theroux and Melissa George

The Mosquito Coast trailer starring Justin Theroux and Melissa George. Apple TV+ has released the official trailer for their upcoming series adaptation of The Mosquito Coast, based on author Paul Theroux’s best-selling novel of the same name. The seven-episode adaptation is set to premiere its first two episodes on Friday, April 30 followed by new episodes every Friday on Apple TV+. Check out The Mosquito Coast trailer in the player below!
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Why Star Trek: Discovery's Melissa George Could Return To The Franchise After AppleTV+'s The Mosquito Coast

Actress Melissa George took on a seemingly small role when joining the Star Trek: Discovery universe for Season 2, though within the overall scope of the franchise, her role as Vina could prove to be quite substantial. Vina's story as Pike's future lover on the planet Talos was already well-established in Star Trek: The Original Series, but it sounds like the character's tale could possibly be further expanded upon in Star Trek: Strange New Worlds (or elsewhere) if she is ever able to reprise her role.