November 2nd, 2016       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

After a promising teaser, the full theatrical trailer for “xXX: The Return of Xander Cage” has been released today by Paramount Pictures – offering us more glimpses as Toni Collette’s character. It’s fair to say she’s playing Xander’s boss. The fun of Return of Xander Cage is that it almost prides itself with looking exceedingly dumb. Mind you, this is only the trailer and it features Diesel’s former extreme sports guy spy somehow surfing gigantic ocean waves on a motorcycle, skiing through the jungle, and pulling some sick moves by skateboarding across the side of a moving bus. If it didn’t have a winking spirit it could come across as tedious, but the trailer has a gleeful anarchy about it that guarantees the movie won’t take itself too seriously. Screencaptures from the trailer have been added to the photo gallery.

  November 1st, 2016       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

It’s been three months since we saw the first trailer for Paramount’s highly-anticipated XXX: The Return of Xander Cage, which is set to hit theaters next January. Tomorrow we’ll get to see the second full trailer, but until then, we have 12 new character posters to check out. These posters feature Vin Diesel’s Xander Cage, Donnie Yen’s Xiang, Rory McCann’s Torch, Tony Jaa’s Talon, Deepika Padukone’s Serena, Kris Wu’s Nicks, soccer star Neymar Jr., Nicky Jam as Lazarus, Toni Collette as Jane Marke, UFC star Michael Bisping as Hawk, Nina Dobrev as Becky and Ruby Rose as Adele.

This big screen adventure brings back Vin Diesel’s iconic character Xander Cage to the big screen, 14 years after his first adventure. The original xXx fared well at the box office, taking in $142.1 million domestic and $277.4 million worldwide from a $70 million budget. Despite the initial movie’s success, Vin Diesel did not return for the sequel, 2005’s XXX: State of the Union, which starred Ice Cube as Augustus Gibbons’ new recruit, Darius Stone. That sequel didn’t fare quite as well at the box office, taking in just $26.8 million domestically and $71 million worldwide. Both Xander Cage and Augustus Gibbons are back with a slew of new cast members in XXX 3.

  October 2nd, 2016       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

While Toni Collette has 11 projects coming up, virtually nothing is being announced these days. So why not dig in the archives and bring her past projects up to date. Many additional pictures of Toni’s films and television series have been added, ranging from 1990’s “Spotwood” to the 2014 miniseries “Devil’s Playground”. Many episodic stills from all three seasons of “United States of Tara” have been added as well. To launch all latest pictures, click any of the previews below.


Photo Gallery – Career – Feature Films – Last Uploads
Photo Gallery – Career – Television Films & Series – Last Uploads
Photo Gallery – Career – Other Projects – Last Uploads

  September 8th, 2016       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

No reservations are required for the upcoming comedy Fun Mom Dinner, which stars Toni Collette, Molly Shannon, Bridget Everett, and Katie Aselton as four wildly different mothers whose kids share a preschool class. When this unlikely quartet decides to meet up for a casual dinner, things quickly devolve into an evening of debauchery — and weed-fueled karaoke performances. That means at least one heartfelt ‘80s singalong, as seen in the exclusive photo above. “It’s so easy to lump them into a generic ‘mum’ category,” says Collette, whose character is raising four young boys. “But they’re all strikingly different, and they all go out on this night together with varying degrees of reluctance and willingness.”Not unlike this summer’s breakout hit Bad Moms, Fun Mom Dinner is the latest comedy about mothers behaving badly and the idea that — shocker! — there’s not one way to be the perfect mom.

“When you have kids, you’re still the same person you were — except you have kids! Moms are not all the same people!” Collette says, laughing. “Every single human being is different, and I think having a child enriches your life, but you still maintain your sense of self, or struggle with that. And that’s part of this [movie] as well.” A few non-moms round out the cast, including Adam Scott, Adam Levine, Rob Huebel, and Paul Rust, but it’s mostly a female affair, including writer Julie Yaeger Rudd and first-time feature director Alethea Jones. June Pictures and Gettin’ Rad Productions produced. “People were actually wetting themselves from laughing so much at work,” Collette says. “I hadn’t experienced that in the past.” Fun Mom Dinner is out next year.

  August 18th, 2016       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Toni’s new film “Imperium” will be released tomorrow in the United States – in limited theatrical release and on demand. After “Lucky Them”, I’m still getting used to this kind of release. Although this one stars Daniel Radcliffe, there’s little promotion. But with good reviews, hopefully “Imperium” will leave an impression. Lionsgate has released three production stills featuring Toni, and a couple of reviews have been assembled:

The Huffington Post: Based on the experiences of former FBI counter-terrorism agent Michael German, but placed in a fictional context for the film, Ragussis and the cast, led by Daniel Radcliffe as an undercover FBI agent and his FBI superior, played by Toni Collette, had no idea the film would be so timely at the time it was made. Rather, it was a story that had originated from Ragussis doing research into WWII, and then coming upon the topic of Neo-Nazis and other groups associated with white separatist, supremacist, and white pride movements.

The Los Angeles Times: Inspired by the experiences of former FBI Special Agent Mike German, who receives story credit here, the movie tracks an earnest young federal agent, Nate Foster (Radcliffe), as he attempts to bring down a radical right-wing terrorist group based in Virginia. Encouraged by his brash supervisor (an excellent Toni Collette), Nate shaves his head and goes undercover to infiltrate a crisscross of potentially lethal racists and neo-Nazis. These include a fiery talk show host (Tracy Letts), a suburban family man (Sam Trammell), an Aryan Alliance leader (Chris Sullivan) and an array of “soldiers” in the cause.

NJ.com Director Daniel Ragussis is making his first feature here, and sometimes his over-enthusiasm – or breathless naiveté – show. There are one-too-many rapidly edited montages of racist terrorists and white-power marches; the smoothly smiling villainy of one character is overdone. And the ending feels pat. But the movie is very well-acted, and often – particularly in scenes of a protest-turned-riot, a racist street fight, and Nat’s suspicions that he’s been found out – uncomfortably gripping. Depressingly relevant, too, in this increasingly extreme and divided nation.

Yahoo Movies: Radcliffe’s Nate Foster is a brilliant agent, but wet-behind-the-ears, disappointed to discover the jihadist terrorist suspect he’s been tracking for weeks is really just a low-level functionary. And yet his ability to empathize with the suspect during questioning attracts the attention of a superior, Angela Zamparo (Toni Collette, all gum-smacking insouciance), who suspects an extremist white nationalist group is trying to build a dirty bomb, and thinks an Alex Jones-styled, right-wing web-radio host (Tracy Letts) might have knowledge of it. Desperate to make his name in the agency, Nate agrees to become her mole.

  May 2nd, 2016       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

“Krampus” has been released on DVD and Blu-Ray in the United States and Europe this last week, and I have added screencaptures from the Blu-Ray to the photo gallery. Additionally, screencaptures from the making of, outtakes and deleted scenes have been added as well.


Photo Gallery – Career – Krampus – Blu-Ray Screencaptures
Photo Gallery – Career – Krampus – Making Of Blu-Ray Screencaptures
Photo Gallery – Career – Krampus – Deleted Scenes Blu-Ray Screencaptures
Photo Gallery – Career – Krampus – Outtakes Blu-Ray Screencaptures

  February 13th, 2016       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Over 1.000 Blu-Ray screencaptures from one of Toni’s most recent films, “Miss You Already”, have been added to the photo gallery. After the recently added “Glassland”, this is another powerful performance of another complicated woman. Drew Barrymore is a strong opposite player as her best friend, although I found the film’s storyline a bit formulaic and, unfortunately, predictable. But I’d still recommend it for Toni’s wonderful performance. “Miss You Already” has been released on the home video market in the UK on February 1 and will be released in the US on March 1. Also, screencaptures from the deleted scenes have been added as well.


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