Welcome to Toni Collette Online, your unofficial web resource on the Australian actress and singer, best known for her film performances in "Muriel's Wedding", "The Sixth Sense" and "Little Miss Sunshine", as well as her Emmy and Golden Globe winning roles in "United States of Tara". For the past 11 years, Toni Collette Online has covered all latest news with detailed information and articles - and features extensive archives with over 50.000 images and videos. Enjoy your stay.
Blu-Ray Screencaptures from “Tammy” have been added to the photo gallery. This has been one of the stupidest films I’ve seen in a long time. If Melissa McCarthy and her husband get a chance to write and film their own material, this is as good as it gets? Nevermind. Toni Collette has a “cameo” as the other woman, with barely any dialogue. I understand she probably did it as a favor to Ben Falcone, who played her husband in “Enough Said”, but this role could have been played by anyone. Besides the film captures, the outtakes have been captured as well.
Lots of additional pictures of Toni’s appearance at the Sundance Film Festival and its various discussion panels have been added to the photo gallery. Many thanks to Claudia for the wonderful contributions. A complete list can be found below the previews.
Photo Gallery – Appearances – 2015 – Sundance Film Festival – Times Talks Conversation
Photo Gallery – Appearances – 2015 – Sundance Film Festival – IMDb & Amazon Instant Video Studio
Photo Gallery – Appearances – 2015 – Sundance Film Festival – “Glassland” Portraits Session
Photo Gallery – Appearances – 2015 – Sundance Film Festival – “Glassland” Premiere
Photo Gallery – Appearances – 2015 – Sundance Film Festival – Variety Studio Conversation
Photo Gallery – Appearances – 2015 – Sundance Film Festival – Columbia At The Village At The Lift
Toni Collette has been a visitor to Park City yesterday for the premiere of “Glassland”. Pictures from the premiere and various Sundance sightings have been added to the photo gallery.
Appearances – 2014 – Sundance Film Festival – “Glassland” Premiere
Appearances – 2014 – Sundance Film Festival – Variety Studio Conversation
Appearances – 2014 – Sundance Film Festival – Pure Barre Hosted Pop-up Studio
Appearances – 2014 – Sundance Film Festival – Columbia At The Village At The Lift
Appearances – 2014 – Sundance Film Festival – Feinsteins Style LoungeBearbeiten
The National Film and Sound Archive will celebrate the 20th anniversary of “Muriel’s Wedding” this December. There will be an exhibition of costumes from the film and artefacts from the set, a Vinyl Lounge and a special Q&A with guests, followed by a 35mm screening of the film. To learn more about the NFSA’s special events, visit their official website. On top of the news, a beautiful batch of unseen production photos from the making of the film have been published. Have a look at those stunning pictures in the image library.
On Thursday, Toni and Drew Barrymore have attended a charity event in London, helping Breast Cancer Campaign host an afternoon tea at The Goldsmith Pub in Southwark. Toni’s new look was unveiled just one day after she was spotted filming scenes in London with a full head of hair, believed to be a wig. “Miss You Already” tells the story of two best friends whose friendship is put to the test when one falls ill. Pictures from the afternoon tea can be found in the photo gallery.
Pictures and article courtesy People Magazine: Toni Collette has always been a style chameleon, but we guarantee you’ve never seen her like this before. The actress has shaved off her long, blonde locks for a completely bald do (for a role, of course!), and she’s sharing the first look with PEOPLE. Collette, 41, is in London filming Miss You Already, a relationship drama costarring Drew Barrymore. The two play childhood best friends who must cope when Collette’s character is diagnosed with breast cancer. Check out Collette revealing her clean-shaven head in the makeup trailer in one snapshot and grinning (makeup-free!) with Barrymore in another.
This has been on my to-do list for long, and I’m happy to have finally sorted and categorized Toni’s television appearances throughout the years. It feels a bit like an anniversary update, since it’s been exactly 20 years since Toni first hit the spotlight with “Muriel’s Wedding”, which has been heavily promoted in Australia and the United States (has it really been 20 years?). The rest is history – and it’s all covered in the television appearances albums. Have a look at literally thousands of screencaptures from talk shows, interviews and special appearances. To launch each decade, click any of the previews below.