Posted on November 14th, 2016 by Frederik

It’s been almost a year since Toni’s last public appearance – at the G’Day Gala in January – so brace yourself for some new pictures! The promotion for “xXx: The Return of Xander Cage” has officially kicked off and Toni and her co-stars Vin Diesel and Nina Dobrev surprised a flock of fans on Saturday at a special fan screening for the film, which hits theaters on January 20.

Posted on November 5th, 2016 by Frederik

The film adaptation of the hit Australian novel “Jasper Jones” has received a first-look teaser trailer. It doesn’t reveal much, but it does introduce us to the film’s main characters, Charlie (Levi Miller) and Jasper (Aaron L. McGrath). “Jasper Jones” features an outstanding Australian cast that includes Toni Collette, Hugo Weaving, Levi Miller, Angourie Rice, Dan Wyllie, Matt Nable and Aaron McGrath. A wonderful picture of Collette and Wyllie – who will always be brother and sister Heslop – has been added to the photo gallery. The film is due out in Australian cinemas on 2 March, 2017 and the official synopsis for the film is as follows: In the dead of night during the scorching summer of 1969, Charlie is startled when he is woken by local mixed-race outcast Jasper Jones outside his window. Jasper leads him deep into the forest and shows him something that will change his life forever, setting them both on a dangerous journey to solve a mystery that will consume the entire community.

Posted on November 2nd, 2016 by Frederik

After a promising teaser, the full theatrical trailer for “xXX: The Return of Xander Cage” has been released today by Paramount Pictures – offering us more glimpses as Toni Collette’s character. It’s fair to say she’s playing Xander’s boss. The fun of Return of Xander Cage is that it almost prides itself with looking exceedingly dumb. Mind you, this is only the trailer and it features Diesel’s former extreme sports guy spy somehow surfing gigantic ocean waves on a motorcycle, skiing through the jungle, and pulling some sick moves by skateboarding across the side of a moving bus. If it didn’t have a winking spirit it could come across as tedious, but the trailer has a gleeful anarchy about it that guarantees the movie won’t take itself too seriously. Screencaptures from the trailer have been added to the photo gallery.

Posted on November 1st, 2016 by Frederik

It’s been three months since we saw the first trailer for Paramount’s highly-anticipated XXX: The Return of Xander Cage, which is set to hit theaters next January. Tomorrow we’ll get to see the second full trailer, but until then, we have 12 new character posters to check out. These posters feature Vin Diesel’s Xander Cage, Donnie Yen’s Xiang, Rory McCann’s Torch, Tony Jaa’s Talon, Deepika Padukone’s Serena, Kris Wu’s Nicks, soccer star Neymar Jr., Nicky Jam as Lazarus, Toni Collette as Jane Marke, UFC star Michael Bisping as Hawk, Nina Dobrev as Becky and Ruby Rose as Adele.

This big screen adventure brings back Vin Diesel’s iconic character Xander Cage to the big screen, 14 years after his first adventure. The original xXx fared well at the box office, taking in $142.1 million domestic and $277.4 million worldwide from a $70 million budget. Despite the initial movie’s success, Vin Diesel did not return for the sequel, 2005’s XXX: State of the Union, which starred Ice Cube as Augustus Gibbons’ new recruit, Darius Stone. That sequel didn’t fare quite as well at the box office, taking in just $26.8 million domestically and $71 million worldwide. Both Xander Cage and Augustus Gibbons are back with a slew of new cast members in XXX 3.

Posted on October 2nd, 2016 by Frederik

While Toni Collette has 11 projects coming up, virtually nothing is being announced these days. So why not dig in the archives and bring her past projects up to date. Many additional pictures of Toni’s films and television series have been added, ranging from 1990’s “Spotwood” to the 2014 miniseries “Devil’s Playground”. Many episodic stills from all three seasons of “United States of Tara” have been added as well. To launch all latest pictures, click any of the previews below.


Photo Gallery – Career – Feature Films – Last Uploads
Photo Gallery – Career – Television Films & Series – Last Uploads
Photo Gallery – Career – Other Projects – Last Uploads

Posted on September 22nd, 2016 by Frederik

Welcome to the new version of Toni Collette Online. As the site has been fully converted to a mobile-friendly version, I’ve taken the opportunity to give the site, once again, a fresh new look. It’s also part of my anticipation for 2017, with 11 (!) new projects being released. Toni Collette will be seen in 9 feature films, including the comedy “Fun Mom Dinner”, hitting new territory opposite Vin Diesel in “XXX3: The Return of Xander Cage”, the anticipated adaptation of “Jasper Jones” and starring with Harvey Keitel in the French comedy drama “Madame”. There’s also a new leading role in a television series, ABC’s upcoming “Unit Zero”. For a complete look at all upcoming projects, have a look at the sidebar. So, there’s a lot to look forward to, and what better way to do this with a new look, Therefore, enjoy your stay and check back soon.

Posted on September 21st, 2016 by Frederik

Curtis Hanson, who directed Toni Collette and Cameron Diaz in 2005’s “In her Shows, has died. Hanson was probably best known for 1997’s “L.A. Confidential”, which was nominated for nine Oscars, including for best picture and best director and won for Best Supporting Actress and Best Adapted Screenplay (Mr. Hanson and his co-writer, Brian Helgeland). As Sasha Stone at AwardsDaily wrote earlier today, he was also a director of great women. Hanson had an ability to bring out fierce performances in his actresses – from Kim Basinger, who won an Oscar in LA Confidential, to the absolutely fantastic Rebecca De Mornay in the Hand that Rocks the Cradle. She should have gotten an Oscar nomination for that movie. And what can you say about The River Wild except that it’s a much better movie than it’s been given credit for, thank in large part to Meryl Streep – but also Hanson was a good director of thrillers, usually those that revolved around female characters, but he also directed 8 Mile with Eminem which came close to getting a Best Picture nomination. Edit: Toni Collette released a statement on Mr. Hanson’s passing on her Instagram account:

Oh Curtis, I am so lucky to have worked with you and known your friendship. The greatest director. The most curious and beautiful mind. You were a great liver of life and will always inspire me. I’ll miss you. I hope wherever you are it’s widescreen…

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