Next month, Rhiannon Fish, a former cast member of Home and Away, will feature in a brand-new romantic comedy that is being shot on Queensland’s K’gari Fraser Island.
The 32-year-old brunette will portray an American competitor on a reality dating show akin to The Bachelor who enters the battle purely for financial gain but ultimately finds love.
The Australian-produced movie, He Loves Me Not, will also include Georgie Parker, 58, who is well-known for being the beloved lead of Channel Seven’s popular 1980s soap opera A Country Practise.
According to The Courier Mail, Queensland filmmaker Tam Sainsbury, who will be directing the movie, is now finalising sites on K’gari Fraser Island in preparation for filming in October.
Fraser Island, located 250 kilometres north of Brisbane on the Queensland coast, is well-known for its breathtaking beauty.
The luxurious Kingfisher Bay Resort will serve as a key location for the movie, according to Sainsbury’s plans.
We’re very fortunate to have so many beautiful places on the island, she said in an interview with The Courier Mail on Wednesday.
In essence, it tells the story of an American actor who resides and works in K’gari Franklin Island
She is requested to participate as a wildcard in a reality show that is coming to the island because she wants to enrol in an acting school but doesn’t have the money for it.
‘But falls in love with the lead guy along the road.’
This marks Sainsbury’s second film about the well-known tourist site in the past 12 months; earlier this year, he wrapped off 13 Summers starring Bec Hewitt and Georgie Parker.
In contrast, Fish became well-known in 2010 when she appeared in the Seven serial opera Home and Away as April.
Following her birth, the Canadian actress starred in the Disney television series As the Bell Rings.
She most recently starred in the romantic comedy For the Love of Chocolate on Amazon Prime.