Welcome to Toni Collette Online, your unofficial web resource on the Australian actress and singer since 2005. Best known for her performances in "Muriel's Wedding", "The Sixth Sense" and her multiple roles in the series "United States of Tara", Toni has managed to build an impressive international career on the stage, screen and television, that has won her the Emmy, Golden Globe as well as Academy Award and Tony Award nominations. Toni Collette Online is your premiere source for all latest news on Toni's past and present career, transcripts as well as extensive photos and video archives. Enjoy your stay and check back soon.

Fox Searchlight just shook up this year’s awards race by announcing that Hitchcock, which had been looking like a 2013 release, will now open on November 23. First of all, the facts: Hitchcock is a dramedy about the relationship between kinky master-filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock and his trusted wife Alma Reville during the making of his seminal 1960 film Psycho. The film was adapted by Black Swan co-screenwriter John McLaughlin from film historian/Playboy contributing editor Stephen Rebello’s book Alfred Hitchcock and the Making of Psycho. It marks the feature directorial debut of Sacha Gervasi, featuring a large and formidable ensemble: Oscar winners Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren play Alfred and Alma; James D’Arcy, Scarlett Johansson, and Jessica Biel portray Psycho stars Anthony Perkins, Janet Leigh, and Vera Miles, respectively; Michael Stuhlbarg is super-agent Lew Wasserman; and also popping up are Oscar nominee Toni Collette as Hitchcock’s faithful assistant Peggy Robertson, Danny Huston as Alma’s friend Whitfield Cook, and Ralph Macchio, The Karate Kid himself, as Psycho screenwriter Joe Stefano. An alaysis on why Searchlight slipped “Hitchcock” Into This Year’s Oscar Race can be read over at The Hollywood Reporter.

Today, Fox Searchlight has published a first theatrical poster for “Hitchcock”, featuring an unrecognizable Anthony Hopkins. But the most exciting thing about the poster is the mention of its release – 2012. Since the year doesn’t have many months left and no official release date has been announced, I’m guessing on a late December release, probably just in time to be qualified for the 2013 awards season. You can have a closer look at the poster in the gallery.

A fan’s greatest gift is when old and unseen interviews surface, and this has happened with these incredible video clips from the Australian programme “The Movie Show”.

First, there’s a report on the 1994 Cannes Film Festival, where “Muriel’s Wedding” had its world-premiere, featuring interviews with P.J. Hogan and Toni Collette, who was 21 at that time. Then, a 1997 interview with Toni and director David Parker on the release of the ill-fated “Diana and Me”. A 1999 interview with Toni to promote the Australian release of “The Sixth Sense”, as well as a report on the theatrical release of “Japanese Story”. Finally, as a special treat, “The Movie Show” paid a visit to the set of “Muriel’s Wedding” in 1994. This footage was also used for the making of which was later included on the DVD, but this report features an array of additional footage and interviews with the cast and crew, including P.J, Toni, Rachel Griffith and Bill Hunter. Very insightful material and definately a must-see. Enjoy the new clips.

Filming has commenced on director Pascal Chaumeil’s (Heartbreaker) adaptation of the Nick Hornby novel A Long Way Down. The story revolves around a group of strangers who coincidentally meet on the top of a London skyscraper on New Year’s Eve where they individually had gone to commit suicide. The four strangers, played by Pierce Brosnan, Toni Collette, Aaron Paul, and Imogen Poots, make a pact to stay alive until Valentine’s Day at least, and the story follows this group of unlikely friends.

The four central strangers are set as a once-beloved TV personality, single mother, failed musician turned pizza-delivery boy and a “sassy teen” respectively. Hornby is the author behind such great works as High Fidelity, About a Boy and Fever Pitch, so the source material is a solid foundation. Jack Thorne (How I Live Now) wrote the screenplay and production is taking place in England and Spain. Hit the jump to read the full press release (which includes a synopsis) and to check out the first image above. Also, an on-set picture has been added to the gallery, with thanks to our affiliate site Aaron Paul Online.

According to Screen Daily, Sam Neill and Rosamund Pike have joined the cast of Pascal Chaumeil comedy-drama A Long Way Down, which is now shooting in the UK and Spain. Pierce Brosnan, Toni Collette, Aaron Paul and Imogen Poots star in Jack Thorn’s adaptation of Nick Hornby’s novel. The comedy-drama follows a group of people who meet at the top of a London skyscraper on New Year’s Eve while considering whether to commit suicide. Finola Dwyer and Amanda Posey produce, HanWay handles sales and Lionsgate distributes in the UK.

A winner in the 2009 Women of Style Awards, actress Toni Collette talks to Jessica Rowe about babies, the big screen and being a homebody. Toni Collette is one of our biggest stars—though you’d never know it. The 39-year-old likes nothing more than hanging out in her trackie-dacks, on the couch, with her family of four—husband and musician Dave Galafassi, daughter Sage, four, and son Arlo, 18 months. But there’s no denying acting is in the DNA of Collette, who these days finds herself drawn to playing mother figures, women who are flawed, raw and honest. In her latest performance, she becomes the gutsy and ballsy Shaz; the film, Mental, is a “dramedy”, written and directed by PJ Hogan, who brought Collette to the world’s attention with his 1994 film, Muriel’s Wedding. And just as with those beloved Heslops of Porpoise Spit, the family dynamic in Mental is a little, well, twisted. The complete interview with Toni Collette can be read over at InStyle’s website.

The “Mental” promotion is in full force with several new interviews being broadcast on Australian television. Two, from Sunrise on 7 and The Age, have been added to the video archive. A first clip from the film, in which Shaz teaches the Moochmore girls about the Australian history – and how to deal with bullies, has been added as well, alongside a compilation of television spots to release the Australian release. All clips can be found in the video archive.

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