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Oct 30

“The Estate” is gearing up promotion for its November 4 release with new television spots, on-set interviews with the cast and two clips from the scene, showing Toni Collette, Anna Faris, Kathleen Turner, David Duchovny, Rosemarie DeWitt and Ron Livingston in action. For a complete overview, have a look at the list below.

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Video Archive – Career Videos – The Estate – Film Clip 02
Video Archive – Career Videos – The Estate – Film Clip 01
Video Archive – Career Videos – The Estate – On-Set Interview
Video Archive – Career Videos – The Estate – Television Spots

Oct 10

Toni Collette, Tracy Letts and Sam Trammell have joined the cast of “Imperium,” a new film directed by Daniel Ragussis, according to Deadline Hollywood. The film, based on the experiences of retired FBI agent Michael German, will star Daniel Radcliffe as an FBI agent who goes undercover to infiltrate a white supremacist group and expose a terrorist plot to create a dirty bomb. Collette will play Angela Zampino, “a battle-hardened FBI agent.” Letts, the Tony- and Pulitzer-winning author of August: Osage County, will play Dallas Wolf, a “modern-day leader of the white supremacy movement.” Trammell will play Jerry Conrad, an “overtly average father in suburbia who, in actuality, is the local Aryan Youth recruiter.” The script for the film was co-written by Ragussis and German, based on German’s experiences as an undercover agent who spent years inside U.S.-based neo-Nazi and militia groups.

Aug 25

That was fast. Only a couple of days after the announcement of Toni’s involvement in the new Nicole Holofcener film (see update), actress Julia Louis-Dreyfuss has posted pictures from the making of the film on her WhoSay website, two including Toni. You can find both pictures below.

Mar 21

Jesus Henry Christ, writer-director Dennis Lee’s follow-up to Fireflies in the Garden will be released in the US next month, and with a cast headed up by Michael Sheen and Toni Collette, it sounds promising. The film is centred on a young boy, played Jason Spevack (Sunshine Cleaning), looking for his biological father (Michael Sheen), and Apple have debuted the first trailer. You can watch the trailer in the video archive – HD screencaptures have been added to the gallery.