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Yahoo! Movies has launched the trailer premiere for “Lucky Them”, Toni Collette’s un-romantic comedy, which will receive a limited release in the United States on May 30. It’s been a long time since Toni’s been featured that much in a trailer, so it’s exciting to see – at the same time I hope that the limited release won’t mean that no one will get to see it. You can watch the trailer in the video archive with additional information below.

Rock stars have the worst luck around Toni Collette. In 1998’s “Velvet Goldmine,” she played the wife of ’70s glam rock star Brian Slade, who faked his assassination and disappeared into anonymity. Now she’s on the trail of another disappearing rocker from a very different musical era in the upcoming “Lucky Them.” Collette plays Ellie Klug, a rock journalist whose career is hanging by a thread when she gets the assignment to track down missing Seattle music icon Matthew Smith. It’s a complicated task, because Smith hasn’t been seen in a decade and he’s Klug’s ex-boyfriend. Helping her in her pursuit is Charlie (Thomas Haden Church), a former software mogul trying to reinvent himself as a documentary filmmaker. Where “Goldmine” flashed back two decades to the glam rock world of David Bowie and Iggy Pop, “Lucky Them” uses a similar gap in time to re-examine the grunge era of Kurt Cobain (who died 20 years ago next week). The film is also semi-autobiographical in nature, with Collette playing a role inspired by the film’s co-writer Emily Wachtel (who wrote under the pen name “Ellie Klug”). Also starring Oliver Platt and Ahna O’Reilly, “Lucky Them” opens in select theaters on May 30.

Three production stills and the poster from the upcoming Broadway play “The Realistic Joneses”, starring Toni Collette, Michael C. Hall, Marisa Tomei and Tracy Letts, have been added to the photo gallery.

The Washington Post has a great interview with Toni Collette. In Will Eno’s Broadway play, “The Realistic Joneses,” opening April 6 at the Lyceum Theater, Toni Collette plays Jennifer Jones, a woman whose laconic husband (Tracy Letts) has a rare terminal illness. When her new neighbors, also called the Joneses (played by Michael C. Hall and Marisa Tomei) show up, the four characters start interacting in all sorts of weird ways. Mr. Hall’s character can’t seem to stop talking – he says all the things most people tend to keep to themselves; Ms. Tomei’s is an emotional mess; and Ms. Collette’s Jennifer has the difficult task of keeping it together when everyone around her starts to lose it. Ms. Collette, who became a worldwide star 20 years ago as the adorable star of ‘Muriel’s Wedding,’ has gone on to play everything from a schizophrenic mom in “United States of Tara” and an unhappily married yuppie in last year’s “Enough Said” to the mother of a child pageant star in “Little Miss Sunshine.” The complete interview can be read here.

Besides the Berlin Film Festival, this and the last week has been equally busy for Toni. She promoted “A Long Way Down” in Switzerland, attending the film’s premiere in Zurich. And yesterday, Toni – alongside her co-stars Marisa Tomei, Michael C. Hall and John Wells, attended the press review for their upcoming Broadway play “The Realistic Joneses”. Pictures from both appearances can be found in the photo gallery.


Photo Gallery – Appearances – 2014 – “The Realistic Joneses” Press Review
Photo Gallery – Appearances – 2014 – “A Long Way Down” Zurich Premiere

Finally, pictures of Toni’s appearance at the Berlin Film Festival, promoting the world-premiere of “A Long Way Down”, have been added to the gallery. Scroll down to launch all last added albums.



Photo Gallery – Appearances – 2014 – Berlin Film Festival – “A Long Way Down” Premiere
Photo Gallery – Appearances – 2014 – Berlin Film Festival – “A Long Way Down” Press Conference
Photo Gallery – Appearances – 2014 – Berlin Film Festival – “A Long Way Down” Photocall

No worries, the Berlin Film Festival pictures are still coming. But for now, lots of new production stills, promotionals and new posters from “A Long Way Down”. Scroll down for the complete list of last additions.


Photo Gallery – Film Productions – A Long Way Down – Production Stills
Photo Gallery – Film Productions – A Long Way Down – Promotional Stills
Photo Gallery – Film Productions – A Long Way Down – Posters & Key-Art

Wow, just one day after the trailer for Hector and the Search for Happiness (see below), another trailer for one of Toni’s upcoming projects has been launched. Although this is only a teaser trailer and doesn’t feature Toni (or her co-stars Susan Sarandon, Allison Janney, Sandra Oh, Dan Aykroyd or Kathy Bates), but its star, Melissa McCarthy, full throttle. You can watch the teaser trailer in the video archive.


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