Posted on July 20th, 2017 by Frederik

On Wednesday, Toni Collette has attended the release party for comedy flick Fun Mom Dinner in West Hollywood. Joined by co-stars Katie Aselton and Molly Shannon, the trio appeared to be having a ball catching up at the event. “Fun Mom Dinner” will be released theatrically and on demand in the United States on August 04, 2017. Pictures from the release party have been added to the photo gallery.

Posted on February 27th, 2017 by Frederik


Toni Collette was spotted at tonight’s 25th Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation’s Oscar Viewing Party in Hollywood. A couple of pictures have been added to the photo gallery.

Posted on January 28th, 2017 by Frederik


“Fun Mom Dinner,” starring Katie Aselton, Toni Collette, Bridget Everett and Molly Shannon, premiered Friday on the last day of the 2017 Sundance Film Festival in Park City. In the film, the four women, whose kids are in the same preschool class, get together for dinner — and things take an unexpected turn. Alethea Jones directs this comedy, written by Julie Rudd; part of the Premieres program. Edit: Lots of additional pictures have been added.

Posted on January 29th, 2016 by Frederik

Nothing rings better than a good old “You’re terrible, Muriel”. It’s been 20 years since Toni Collette and Rachel Griffiths played unlikely best friends in the cult comedy classic Muriel’s Wedding. On Thursday, the two reunited to co-host the G’day USA black tie gala in Los Angeles. Pictures from the event have been added to the photo gallery.


Posted on January 12th, 2016 by Frederik

It’s over 20 years since they called Porpoise Spit home in the blockbuster Muriel’s Wedding but Toni Collette and Rachel Griffiths have decided to reunite. As it was announced today, the pair will join forces to co-host the G’day USA event later this month in Los Angeles. The dynamic duo – who shot to thespian fame and into our pop culture consciousness for their ABBA-loving ways in the film – will host the annual G’Day USA Los Angeles Gala which will honour prominent Australians from film, television, music, sports and culture for their individual contribution to the US-Australia relationship. Both women have achieved extraordinary recognition and fame and in their own careers and will be a welcome change to an event that at one stage lost its way, but is now back on track to foster business relations between Australia and the United States.

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