Posted on September 4th, 2010 by Frederik

The BBC has visited the set of “Foster” in England last month and has interviewed the cast and crew of the film. Toni has not been interviewed, but can be seen shooting scenes with Ioan Gruffudd.

Posted on September 1st, 2010 by Frederik

The gallery has been updated with lots of pictures of Toni attending the Primetime Emmy Awards this Sunday.

Posted on August 31st, 2010 by Frederik

According to Deadline, Eddie Izzard is joining the third season of the Showtime comedy United States of Tara in a major recurring role. Izzard will play Tara’s brilliant psychology professor who starts as a DID skeptic, but becomes fascinated with Tara as a subject, leading him to explore the condition further. Collette won an Emmy for her role on the show, whose third season will begin production mid-September in Los Angeles for a 2011 premiere.

Posted on August 31st, 2010 by Frederik

This year’s Emmy Award for Lead Actress in a Comedy Series went to Edie Falco for “Nurse Jackie”. Toni attended the ceremony, so check back later for pictures and videos.

Posted on August 18th, 2010 by Frederik

MTV News has spoken to Dave Franco, the latest added cast member of “Fright Night”, on how the remake, which co-stars Colin Farrell and Toni Collette, has changed from the 1980s classic: Aside from casting announcements and filming locations, the buzz surrounding the “Fright Night” remake has been relatively quiet of late. MTV News recently caught up with newly announced castmember Dave Franco (“Scrubs”) to get insider info on his character, as well as his take on the remake of Tom Holland’s 1985 campy horror classic. Regarding the new version of the ’85 slasher, Franco said director Craig Gillespie has put his own spin on it. “The original is very campy, very ’80s in an awesome way. … It’s a cult classic. That movie would not work today,” Franco said. “It’s obviously the same concept, but a lot has changed to make everything make sense now. For example, my character wasn’t even in the original, so they’ve changed a lot and added a lot of school elements, just let it build a little more.” Complete article is here.

Posted on August 18th, 2010 by Frederik

According to encore, Universal Pictures has announced production of P.J. Hogan’s Mental, to be shot in Australia.

Mental is The Sound of Music on acid, and it will reunite me with my favourite actor in the world, Toni Collette

Hogan told the delegates of the Australian International Movie Convention. Hogan said Mental is a film he’s been building up to for a long time, and it will allow him to express his “whinged life-long love of The Sound of Music” the way Muriel’s Wedding explored his “childhood obsession” with ABBA and My Best Friend’s Wedding used the music of Burt Bacharach. Mental will also reunite Hogan with his producers Lynda Moorhouse and Jerry Zucker. It was written for Collette and is based on “somebody that had a big influence” in Hogan’s life. It will be shot in early 2011, for a Christmas/January 2012 release.