October 26th, 2015       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

After Toronto, London and Sydney, the promotional tour for “Miss You Already” has arrived in New York. Over 100 pictures from the film’s screening, hosted by Montblanc & The Cinema Society, at the Museum of Modern Art have been added to the photo gallery. Additionally today, Toni will be a guest on Good Morning America, so check back later for more media additions.


  October 10th, 2015       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

See that girl, watch that scene, and then watch it over and over again for 21 years. That’s how often we’ve revisited Muriel’s Wedding, the 1994 Australian rom-com-dram which starred Toni Collette — then just an unknown Oz actress with one film credit to her name — as a social misfit named Muriel Heslop, who dreams of one day getting married to a soundtrack by her favorite band, ABBA. Muriel’s rescued from her dreamy, emotional solitude by a charismatic outsider named Rhonda (Rachel Griffiths, in her first film role) and together, they forge a platonic companionship that remains the reason why, more than two decades after its release, we’re still dreaming of the day we can rock out to “Waterloo” with Muriel and Rhonda. The next best thing? EW’s reunion with Collette and Griffiths, who were eager to get together and relive their days in Porpose Spit. The women reunited for our annual Reunions Issue and spilled some fun secrets from their way to the Wedding. Which celebrities have confessed to be Muriel fans? How did the first-time movie director land the rights to ABBA? And why did the movie almost have a different ending?! Read the complete article over at Entertainment Weekly.

  October 1st, 2015       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Yesterday, Toni and Drew have attended the Sydney premiere for “Miss You Already”. The same day, they have participated in a string of television appearances (see next update). For the premiere pictures, click any of the previews below.


  September 18th, 2015       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

As previously mentioned, the London premiere for “Miss You Already” has been held yesterday. Pictures have been added to the photo gallery. Also, scroll down for all latest additions from the “Miss You Already” promotion in the UK.


  September 15th, 2015       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Lots of additional pictures of Toni’s appearance at the Toronto International Film Festival, including the premieres and various photoshoots for “Miss You Already”, have been added to the photo gallery. Additionally, three video clips of interviews with Toni and Drew Barrymore have been added to the video archive. Enjoy.


Photo Gallery – Appearances – 2015 – Toronto Film Festival – “Miss You Already” Premiere
Photo Gallery – Appearances – 2015 – Toronto Film Festival – “Miss You Already” Photoshoot
Photo Gallery – Appearances – 2015 – Toronto Film Festival – Portraits Session
Photo Gallery – Appearances – 2015 – Toronto Film Festival – Guess Portrait Studio
Photo Gallery – Appearances – 2015 – Toronto Film Festival – “Desierto” Premiere

  September 13th, 2015       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

On Saturday, Toni Collette and Drew Barrymore have attended the Toronto International Film Festival for the premiere of “Miss You Already”. The two star in Twilight director Catherine Hardwicke’s film about two best friends whose relationship is put to the test when one of the them is diagnosed with breast cancer. Barrymore and Collette were all smiles, in spite of the bad weather, posing for sweet photo ops along with their director. Collette, who opted to shave her head for the role, was originally set to co-star with Jennifer Aniston, before the role went to Barrymore. Pictures from the premiere can be found in the photo gallery.


  September 8th, 2015       Posted by Frederik       Display Comments

Universal has released the German theatrical trailer today, and I’m sure the American version will follow in the next days. Additionally, USA Today has posted a first batch of production stills. Co-writer/director Michael Dougherty (Trick ‘r Treat) pulls from centuries-old European folklore to unleash a holiday-movie monster with Krampus (in theaters Dec. 4), which dabbles in Christmas film tropes as well as horror, comedy and dark fantasy. “It’s one thing to be terrified or enthralled when you’re watching a film,” the filmmaker says. “To then leave the theater and realize it’s based on real myths and legends only makes it sink in even deeper.” In the movie, young Max (Emjay Anthony) has reached the precarious age where he clings to the idea of Santa, even though the rest of the world doesn’t believe in him. The Christmas spirit really takes a hit when the boy sees how his dysfunctional family — including Adam Scott, Toni Collette, David Koechner and Allison Tolman — behaves when they come together for yuletide cheer, and Max is pretty much done with the whole thing. The complete article can be read here. The production still and trailer screencaptures have been added to the photo gallery.


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