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Apr 23
2022

Toni Collette graces the cover of this Sunday’s (April 24) Stellar, inside The Sunday Telegraph (NSW), Sunday Herald Sun (Victoria), The Sunday Mail (Queensland) and Sunday Mail (SA). The “Muriel’s Wedding” star reflects on 30 years in the spotlight, and how older women are hitting their stride in Hollywood. Her schedule is as busy as ever on the heels of Best Picture nominee “Nightmare Alley”, the recent Netflix hit “Pieces of Her” and the upcoming HB Max / Sky miniseries “The Staircase”.

I was blown away when [I was] asked to play Kathleen, but I did take pause. I questioned the actual purpose of retelling this story of tragic loss and, guilty or not, I certainly didn’t want to further fan Michael Peterson’s narcissistic flame. When I realised I could help give Kathleen a voice beyond victimhood, I was in. We experience much more of Kathleen as a whole person, instead of being objectified as she was in the documentary.

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Photo Gallery – Articles & Scans – The Sunday Telegraph Stellar (Australia, April 24, 2022)

Apr 22
2022

Sky and HBO Max haves revealed the full trailer for “The Staircase,” starring Colin Firth as Michael Peterson and Toni Collette as Kathleen Peterson. Based on a true story, the eight-episode limited series further explores the life of Michael Peterson, his sprawling North Carolina family, and the suspicious death of his wife, Kathleen Peterson. Starring alongside Firth and Collette are Michael Stuhlbarg, Juliette Binoche, Dane DeHaan, Olivia DeJonge, Rosemarie DeWitt, Tim Guinee, Patrick Schwarzenegger, Sophie Turner, Vincent Vermignon, Odessa Young and Parker Posey. The series will premiere on 5 May exclusively on Sky and streaming service NOW as well as on HBO Max in the United States.


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Photo Gallery – Career – The Staircase – Trailer screencaptures
Photo Gallery – Career – The Staircase – Production Stills
Photo Gallery – Career – The Staircase – Posters & Key-Art

Apr 11
2022

Screencaptures from the second episode of “Pieces of Her” have been added to the photo gallery as well.

Andy goes to Carrolltown to find the storage facility and car her mother has told her about, while Laura and her ex husband Gordon need to take care of the intruder who broke into Laura’s home and has been taken hostage by her. As Andy connects with a mysterious guy named Jake during her stay in the motel, Laura agrees to give a televised interview, so long as they promise not to edit anything and ensure it is broadcasted nationally. It sounds like she wants to send a message to whoever is watching her.


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Photo Gallery – Career – Pieces of Her – Episode 2 – Screencaptures

Apr 11
2022

With many thanks to my friend Jess, screencaptures from the first two episodes of “Pieces of Her” have been added to the photo gallery. I’ll post each update with a synopsis of the episode, so be aware there might be spoilers in case you haven’t watched “Pieces of Her” by now (which you should, in its entirety, on Netflix).

Andy is a 30-year-old 911 operative living with her mother, Laura, a recovering breast cancer survivor. On her birthday, Andy and her mom go into town to have lunch. At the restaurant, things take a decidedly dark turn as an angry gunman opens fire. Seeing Andy’s police uniform, he assumes she is a cop. Laura throws herself between Andy and the gunman, and as he attacks her with a knife, Laura flips her hand with the blade and kills the man. Someone happens to record the entire incident, and within a few hours, Andy and Laura have gone viral. As soon as Laura leaves the hospital, she appears unnerved by her face being all over the news and tells Andy to move out immediately.


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Photo Gallery – Career – Pieces of Her – Episode 1 – Screencaptures

Apr 08
2022

According to The Hollywood Reporter, The Last Kingdom and Pieces of Her finished in a virtual tie on the streaming series chart for March 7-13. Amazon’s Prime Video also had three entries in the top 10 original shows for the first time in the 19 months of Nielsen’s weekly rankings. British period drama The Last Kingdom accumulated 1.423 billion minutes of viewing time for the week, just beating out Pieces of Her (1.415 billion) for the lead among original series. (Pixar’s movie Turning Red on Disney+ was the top overall title with 1.7 billion minutes.) The Last Kingdom’s final season debuted March 9, while Pieces of Her showed substantial growth in its first full week after its March 4 premiere. Pieces of Her, starring Toni Collette and Bella Heathcote, had a larger average audience as it racked up its time over just eight episodes, while The Last Kingdom has 46 over its five seasons (Nielsen tallies viewing from all episodes of a series in its streaming charts). Nielsen’s streaming ratings cover viewing on TV sets only and don’t include minutes watched on computers or mobile devices. The ratings only measure U.S. audiences, not those in other countries, and currently only include Apple TV+, Disney+, Hulu, Netflix and Prime Video.

Apr 03
2022

Guillermo del Toro’s “Nightmare Alley”, a deserving 2021 Oscar nominee for Best Picture – has been released on demand and Blu-Ray during the last couple of weeks. I thoroughly enjoyed the film for its stunning visuals and wonderful acting. If you haven’t seen it by now, make sure to rent or stream it. Screencaptures from the Blu-Ray have been added to the photo gallery and most of the other film-related albums have been updated as well. Enjoy.


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Photo Gallery – Career – Nightmare Alley – Blu-Ray Screencaptures
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Photo Gallery – Career – Nightmare Alley – Deleted Scenes
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Photo Gallery – Career – Nightmare Alley – Posters & Key-Art