Posted on April 22nd, 2011 by Frederik

On showtime’s United States of Tara, Toni Collette, 38, plays a peculiar suburban mom who inhabits seven other identities, including a gun-toting guy. We checked in with the eighth version of Collette, the Golden Globe- and Emmy-winning actress herself, pregnant (at press time) with her second child and due in late April, from her home in Sydney.

How did you hide your pregnancy on the show?

By “standing behind large objects. So I’m stirring lots of large pots and carrying lots of plants and books.”

How do you and your husband divide parenting?

Collette and her husband, musician Dave Galafassi, who have recorded an album together, “share everything. My husband is supportive, handsome, a useful human being. He’s a miraculous man. They do exist.”

What misconceptions do we Americans have about Australians?

“We live in the outback with kangaroos and don’t have cosmopolitan cities and lives.”

Posted on April 20th, 2011 by Frederik

470 HD captures from Tara’s fourth episode “Wheels” have been added to the gallery.

Posted on April 12th, 2011 by Frederik

410 HD captures from Tara’s third episode “The Full F… You Finger” have been added to the gallery.

Posted on April 12th, 2011 by Frederik

Entertainment Weekly has published a very first picture of Toni in the upcoming “Fright Night”. Both the article and the picture, showing Toni alongside her on-screen son Anton Yelchin, can be found in the gallery.

Posted on April 5th, 2011 by Frederik

500 HD captures from Tara’s second episode “Crackerjack” have been added to the gallery.

Posted on April 1st, 2011 by Frederik

Article courtesy ShockTillYouDrop: Tuesday at CinemaCon brought the second studio presentation, this one from DreamWorks, and the one movie readers will want to know about is the Craig (Lars and the Real Girl) Gillespie-directed 3D remake of the 1985 cult classic Fright Night. Instead of showing a behind-the-scenes sizzle reel like the movies before them, Gillespie showed an 8-minute chunk of the movie that was filmed and screened entirely in 3D. It opens with Charlie Brewster’s mother Jane, played by Toni Collette, walking into his room while he’s whittling a piece of wood into a stake, and when they go downstairs, Charlie’s girlfriend Amy, played by Imogen Poots, is there wondering why he’s been acting so strangely. Before they get too far into the conversation, Farrell’s Jerry knocks at the door telling Charlie’s mother that Charlie has been harassing him and that he wants to come in to talk about it rather than going to the authorities. Charlie begs his mother not to give him permission to come into the house so she refuses and he walks off but then returns menacingly with a shovel and walks out of view. The full article, including an interview with director Craig Gillespie and Colin Farrell, can be read here.