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Feb 19
2020

Warner Bros has debuted a new trailer and poster for the upcoming feel-good story ‘Dream Horse’ featuring Toni Collette with a welsh accent. The story follows Jan Vokes, a cleaner and bartender, who recruits her initially reluctant husband Brian and local accountant Howard Davies to help her bring together a syndicate of local people to breed a foal – which they name Dream Alliance. On the racetrack, he proves himself to be more than a match for the multi-million-pound racehorses he comes up against – a true working-class champion, taking on the establishment at their own game. But much more than this, Dream begins to alter the lives of everyone in the syndicate, not least Jan’s. He is everything to her: friend, confidant and an escape from a life of always putting other people’s needs first. Directed by Euros Lyn the film also stars Damian Lewis, Owen Teale, Joanna Page, Karl Johnson, with Nicholas Farrell and Siân Phillips alongside Collette. The film has a UK release of April 17th. Screencaptures from the trailer as well as the US and UK poster have been added as well.

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Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Dream Horse – Trailer screencaptures
Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Dream Horse – Posters & Key-Art
Video Archive – Career Videos – Dream Horse – Theatrical Trailer

Feb 07
2020


Better late than never, I have managed to add all promotional videos and photoshoots from last week’s Sundance Film Festival to the archives. It’s a lot! Euros Lyn, the director of “Dream Horse”, and Toni Collette have visited all the relevant studio sites for interviews on the film, the Oscars and working in Wales. The film has received very positive and well-meaning reviews so far (The Hollywood Reporter gave the film “every chance of sprinting to victory at the box office finish line […] crowned by the reliably excellent Toni Collette”, which is a great barometer ahead of its April release in the United Kingdom. For a complete list of all added material, have a look at the list below.


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Video Archive – Public Appearances – Sundance Film Festival – Collider (2020)
Video Archive – Public Appearances – Sundance Film Festival – Deadline Studio (2020)
Video Archive – Public Appearances – Sundance Film Festival – The Wrap Studio (2020)
Video Archive – Public Appearances – Sundance Film Festival – Variety Studio (2020)
Video Archive – Public Appearances – Sundance Film Festival – IndieWire (2020)
Video Archive – Public Appearances – Sundance Film Festival – IMDb Studios (2020)
Photo Gallery – Editorial Photography – 2020 – Session 02
Photo Gallery – Editorial Photography – 2020 – Session 03
Photo Gallery – Editorial Photography – 2020 – Session 04
Photo Gallery – Editorial Photography – 2020 – Session 05

Jan 23
2020

Toni Collette is returning to Park City this year with Dream Horse, an inspiring underdog film based on a true story, as Entertainment Weekly reports. The Oscar-nominated actress, who won a Critics’ Choice Award earlier this year for her turn in Netflix’s Unbelievable, stars as Jan Vokes, a bartender struggling to find meaning in her life, in the anticipated Sundance premiere. One night, a chance encounter with an arrogant customer, Howard Davies (Damian Lewis), a former racehorse syndicate leader, inspires her to take on a new challenge. Despite her parents’ skepticism, Jan recruits neighbors and barflies alike into a crazy scheme to contribute to a community fund and breed a racehorse. EW can debut an exclusive clip from the film in which Collette’s Jan and a team around her watch the Dream Horse in action. “It’s got spirit,” Jan is told. “Character.” “Making Dream Horse was a truly wonderful experience,” Collette tells EW. “It has the biggest heart of any film I have ever been a part of. I can’t wait to see it with an audience at Sundance.” Directed by Euros Lyn (Kiri), Dream Horse takes the subject of the 2015 Sundance Film Festival feature Dark Horse. The film marks the Park City return of Sundance regular Collette; some of her biggest past hits at the festival include Oscar winner Little Miss Sunshine and A24 sensation Hereditary.

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Video Archive – Career – Dream Horse – Film Scene 01

Jan 23
2020

The awards season has unfolded over the last 2 1/2 weeks, and while Toni Collette was a steady nominee for “Unbelievable” at all three big ceremonies, there wasn’t much for us to behold, picture-wise. She attended the Golden Globe Awards as a nominee for Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television, but lost to Patricia Arquette. At the Critics Choice Awards a week later, she won the award for Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie Made for Television – but not only did she not attend the ceremony, they didn’t even present the category properly. Since the Critics Choice suffers from too many categories, the result was simply presented on a screen, among other not-so-important ones like “Best Foreign Language Film”. At Sunday’s Screen Actors Guild Awards telecast, she lost in the Female Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series to Michelle Williams for “Fosse/Verdon” and did, once again, not attend. So, no pictures :-( What matters is the success of “Unbelievable” and the recognition at these ceremonies, nevermind what you think of them. Video clips from all three shows have been added to the video archive.

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Video Archive – Award Shows – 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (2020)
Video Archive – Award Shows – 25th Annual Critics Choice Awards (2020)
Video Archive – Award Shows – 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards (2020)

Nov 23
2019

A big batch of promotional videos for “Knives Out” have been added to the archives, including a compilation of television spots, an on-set interview with Toni Collette, a making of featurette and b-roll as well as a scene from the film. To watch all added clips, have a look at the previews below:


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Video Archive – Career Videos – Knives Out – Film Scene 01
Video Archive – Career Videos – Knives Out – On-Set Interview
Video Archive – Career Videos – Knives Out – Making Of
Video Archive – Career Videos – Knives Out – B-Roll
Video Archive – Career Videos – Knives Out – Meet the Thrombleys: Flam
Video Archive – Career Videos – Knives Out – Television Spots

Nov 04
2019

Watch out, Gwyneth Paltrow – Toni Collette might just give you a run for your money. In a PEOPLE exclusive video ahead of the release of Knives Out, Collette, one of the film’s stars, channels her inner Goop founder in a hilarious parody introducing Flam, a wellness and lifestyle website, through the eyes of Collette’s character Joni Thrombey. “Flam, it’s a word, but it’s more than a word. It’s a whole new way of being,” Joni says in the video as she promotes her beauty and wellness empire. “Flam, where life, love and the pursuit of perfection doesn’t have to be torture.” While Collette’s character takes inspiration from Paltrow, her costars Jamie Lee Curtis and Michael Shannon also star in similar Rian Johnson-commercials in character as Joni’s siblings, Linda and Walt Thrombey, respectively. “You might have heard it’s a frightening time for real estate but here are the facts,” Linda says. “There’s never been a better time to buy a house or a better team to make your dreams of homeownership come true.” She adds, “Thrombey Real Estate is ready to help you make a killing in the market. Because buying a house shouldn’t have to be scary.” In his commercial, Walt takes the reins of the family’s crown jewel, Blood Like Wine Publishing, and announces an exciting turn for the company’s future: films, TV shows and licensing of some of the most famous books written by the family patriarch Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer). “The next great chapter of Blood Like Wine Publishing starts here. Together, we’re in a for killer future,” Walt says. The film, also directed by Johnson, stars Chris Evans, Daniel Craig, Ana de Armas, Don Johnson, Edi Patterson and Katherine Langford. The story follows Craig as Det. Benoit Blanc as he investigates the death of Harlan, the patriarch of his eccentric and combative family. Knives Out is in theaters Nov. 27.