Browse Updates
Jul 17
2020

Charlie Kaufman always takes his viewer on a ride, but I’m Thinking of Ending Things — his first live-action film in more than a decade — raises his obsession with subjective experience to bracing new levels. “I don’t set out to do a mindf—,” the Oscar-winning filmmaker says. “I’m not setting out to do something that ‘tops’ some sort of brainteaser I might have done before. But there’s no question that I’m trying to build on the stuff that I’ve already done.” Indeed, fans of the Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind scribe and Synecdoche, New York director should pick up traces of his past work here. Ending Things begins as a sort of moody couple’s road trip, in which Jake (Jesse Plemons) and his girlfriend (Jessie Buckley) drive out to his (slightly haunted) childhood home for her to meet his parents (David Thewlis and Toni Collette). On the way there, the sense slowly builds that things aren’t quite what they seem; upon arrival, the pair are thrust in directions that bend the laws of reality, memory, and love. “Loneliness and hopelessness and regret — these are things that are part of the fabric of this film,” Kaufman says. The complete article can be read over at Entertainment Weekly.

Related Media:

Photo Gallery – Career Photography – I’m Thinking of Ending Things – Production Stills

Feb 19
2020

Warner Bros has debuted a new trailer and poster for the upcoming feel-good story ‘Dream Horse’ featuring Toni Collette with a welsh accent. The story follows Jan Vokes, a cleaner and bartender, who recruits her initially reluctant husband Brian and local accountant Howard Davies to help her bring together a syndicate of local people to breed a foal – which they name Dream Alliance. On the racetrack, he proves himself to be more than a match for the multi-million-pound racehorses he comes up against – a true working-class champion, taking on the establishment at their own game. But much more than this, Dream begins to alter the lives of everyone in the syndicate, not least Jan’s. He is everything to her: friend, confidant and an escape from a life of always putting other people’s needs first. Directed by Euros Lyn the film also stars Damian Lewis, Owen Teale, Joanna Page, Karl Johnson, with Nicholas Farrell and Siân Phillips alongside Collette. The film has a UK release of April 17th. Screencaptures from the trailer as well as the US and UK poster have been added as well.

Related Media:

Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Dream Horse – Trailer screencaptures
Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Dream Horse – Posters & Key-Art
Video Archive – Career Videos – Dream Horse – Theatrical Trailer

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.



Related Media:

Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Knives Out – Blu-Ray screencaptures
Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Knives Out – Deleted Scenes screencaptures
Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Knives Out – Making Of screencaptures
Photo Gallery – Career Photography – Knives Out – Interviews screencaptures

Feb 07
2020


Better late than never, I have managed to add all promotional videos and photoshoots from last week’s Sundance Film Festival to the archives. It’s a lot! Euros Lyn, the director of “Dream Horse”, and Toni Collette have visited all the relevant studio sites for interviews on the film, the Oscars and working in Wales. The film has received very positive and well-meaning reviews so far (The Hollywood Reporter gave the film “every chance of sprinting to victory at the box office finish line […] crowned by the reliably excellent Toni Collette”, which is a great barometer ahead of its April release in the United Kingdom. For a complete list of all added material, have a look at the list below.


Related Media:

Video Archive – Public Appearances – Sundance Film Festival – Collider (2020)
Video Archive – Public Appearances – Sundance Film Festival – Deadline Studio (2020)
Video Archive – Public Appearances – Sundance Film Festival – The Wrap Studio (2020)
Video Archive – Public Appearances – Sundance Film Festival – Variety Studio (2020)
Video Archive – Public Appearances – Sundance Film Festival – IndieWire (2020)
Video Archive – Public Appearances – Sundance Film Festival – IMDb Studios (2020)
Photo Gallery – Editorial Photography – 2020 – Session 02
Photo Gallery – Editorial Photography – 2020 – Session 03
Photo Gallery – Editorial Photography – 2020 – Session 04
Photo Gallery – Editorial Photography – 2020 – Session 05

Jan 26
2020

Toni Collette had an equally busy Day 2 at the Sundance Film Festival, attending various media lodges for interviews and promotion for “Dream Horse”. Have a look at all new added pictures, alongside two wonderful new photoshoots from the festival.


Related Media:

Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – Sundance Film Festival – Pizza Hut x Legion M Lounge
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – Sundance Film Festival – The Vulture Spot
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – Sundance Film Festival – The Los Angeles Times
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – Sundance Film Festival – Indiewire Studio
Photo Gallery – Editorial Photography – 2020 – Session 01
Photo Gallery – Editorial Photography – 2020 – Session 02

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.



Related Media:

Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – Sundance Film Festival – “Dream Horse” Premiere
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – Sundance Film Festival – IMDb Studios
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – Sundance Film Festival – The WrapStudio
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – Sundance Film Festival – WarnerMedia Lodge
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – Sundance Film Festival – Sightings