“Miss You Already” is set to be released on November 6 in the United States. Catherine Hardwicke directs the film from a script by Morwenna Banks. The film follows women who have been best friends their whole lives, but their relationship hits a rough patch when Barrymore’s character struggles to have a much longed-for baby and Collette’s character finds out she has breast cancer. Toni Collete an Drew Barrymore star. Dominic Cooper, Paddy Considine, Frances de la Tour and Jacqueline Bisset co-star.
Catherine Hardwicke’s “Miss You Already”, starring Toni Collette and Drew Barrymore, will have its world-premiere at this year’s Toronto Film Festival, starting September 10.
This honest and powerful story follows two best friends, Milly and Jess, as they navigate life’s highs and lows. Inseparable since they were young girls, they can’t remember a time they didn’t share everything — secrets, clothes, even boyfriends — but nothing prepares them for the day Milly is hit with life-altering news. A story for every modern woman, this film celebrates the bond of true friendship that ultimately can never be broken, even in life’s toughest moments. Starring Toni Collette, Drew Barrymore, Dominic Cooper, Paddy Considine, Tyson Ritter and Jacqueline Bisset
Screencaptures of Toni Collette’s episode on “Who Do You Think You Are?” have been added to the photo gallery. Quite a suspenseful and very moving episode and a rare glimpse into Toni’s private life and her family’s past. The complete epsisode can be watched on demand at SBS.
Offering a rare look into her private life and her family’s heritage, Toni Collette will be featured on Who Do You Think You Are on August 11, 7:30pm on SBS. Toni has grown up knowing only one grandparent, her father’s mum, Norma. Delving into the enigma of her grandparents she uncovers a tale of abandonment and tragedy, a secret wartime affair, and an unexpected ancestor. And a DNA test serves only to deepen the mystery. A trailer, screencaptures, stills and promotional pictures have been added to the archives.
Some fantastic clips from the past have been added to the video archive, including interviews from the 1994 Cannes Film Festival, where “Muriel’s Wedding” premiered, the 1997 premiere of “Clockwatchers” at the Sundance Film Festival, 1998’s premiere of “Velvet Goldmine” at Cannes, the Hollywood premiere of “The Sixth Sense”, as well as reports on Toni’s Broadway debut in “The Wild Party” and her appearance at the Academy Awards luncheon in 2000. To view each clip, press any of the previews below. Enjoy.
Additional pictures as well as three video clips of Toni’s appearance at last week’s Comic Con to promote the just finished “Krampus” and its December 2015 release have been added. Besides the rather brief conversation panel alongside co-star Adam Scott and director Michael Dougherty, a compilation of various interviews are now in the video archive. Additionally, more pictures have been added to the photo gallery.