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Feb 14
2020

As previously reported, “Knives Out” has been released on-demand last week and will bow on home-video next week. In a noteworthy feat for an original title, Rian Johnson’s whodunnit Knives Out has reached the $300 million mark at the worldwide box office. Knives Out’s domestic total through Monday stands at $159.1 million, with an international tally of $140.9 million. From Lionsgate and MRC, Knives Out has shown remarkable staying power since bowing in North America on Nov. 21, the beginning of the lucrative Thanksgiving corridor. When it concludes its theatrical run, the pic will be among the 10 top-grossing films ever released over Thanksgiving, according to Lionsgate. Overseas, top-performing territories to date include China ($28.4 million), followed by the U.K. ($16.8 million), Germany ($9.7 million), Australia ($9.3 million) and France ($8.2 million and counting). Screencaptures from the film, as well as its making of, on-set interview and deleted scenes, have been added to the photo gallery.



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Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Knives Out – Blu-Ray screencaptures
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Jan 25
2020

Toni Collette has made up for all the missed award shows appearances earlier this month, as she was front and center at yesterday’s first day of the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, promoting the world-premiere of “Dream Horse”. She attended the festival with director Euros Lyn, co-star Owen Teale and producer Tracy O’Riordan. Besides the premiere for “Dream Horse”, Toni was spotted at the IMDb Studios, TheWrap Studio and the WarnerMedia Lounge. Pictures from all events have been added to the photo gallery, with more videos, photoshoots and reviews for “Dream Horse” to come. Stay tuned.



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Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – Sundance Film Festival – Sightings

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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Jan 06
2020

Yesterday, Toni Collette attended the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards as a nominee for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television for “Unbelievable”. Unfortunately, neither Toni nor her “Unbelievable” co-stars won this evening. “Knives Out” was nominated as Best Picture, Comedy or Muscial, but lost to “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”. On the bright side, this has been Toni’s first Golden Globe appearance in 10 years! Exactly a decade ago she won the Golden Globe for “United States of Tara”. Pictures from the arrivals, show and Netflix after-party have been added to the photo gallery.


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Dec 11
2019

Congratulations to Toni Collette for receiving a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series for “Unbelievable”. She shares the category with Patricia Arquette and Joey King (The Act), Emily Watson (Chernobyl) and Michelle Williams (Fosse/Verdon). Unofrtunately, neither Merritt Wever nor Kaitlyn Dever scored a nomination for the series. This is Toni’s fourth nomination for a SAG Award. She previously won as part of the ensemble of “Little Miss Sunshine” and was nominated with the cast of “The Hours”. In 2010, she received an individual nomination as Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series for “United States of Tara”. The Screen Actors Guild Awards will be handed out during a live ceremony on January 19, 2020.

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series
Patricia Arquette (The Act)
Toni Collette (Unbelieveable)
Joey King (The Act)
Emily Watson (Chernobyl)
Michelle Williams (Fosse/Verdon)

Dec 11
2019

Toni Collette has received an Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards nomination as Best Supporting Actress for “Knives Out”. She shares the category with Margot Robbie – a double nominee for “Bombshell” and “One Upon a Time… in Hollywood”, Nicole Kidman for “Bombshell” and Florence Pugh for “Little Women”. The annually held awards ceremony will have the Australian film academy honour the best movies of the year from around the world. “The AACTA International Awards honor film excellence on a global scale, acknowledging international excellence within the screen industry,” AACTA CEO Damian Trewhella said in a statement. “As always, we are thrilled to see many of our talented Australian practitioners and performers nominated for AACTA International Awards this year.” The ninth annual AACTA International Awards will be handed out at a ceremony in Los Angeles on January 3, 2020.

Best Supporting Actress
Toni Collette, Knives Out
Nicole Kidman, Bombshell
Florence Pugh, Little Women
Margot Robbie, Bombshell
Margot Robbie, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood