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The Gallery has recently been updated with photos from Isla’s 2013 release Life Of Crime, including stills, posters, trailer screencaptures and HD film screencaptures. Isla played Melanie in the comedy-crime film. While not one of my favourite movies of Isla’s, she did play a pivotal and interesting role, and she brought her usual charm and humour to the film!
Melanie: “I mean, you’re a hunk, but you’re a piss-poor extortionist if you don’t mind me saying. Let’s be honest, this could’ve been set-up a whole lot better.”
Isla Fisher Web is now fully back online at our new host, Flaunt.nu, and we can now be found through www.islafisher.net, www.islafisher.org, and www.isla-fisher.net. Please bookmark one of our new addresses. We also have a new email address – email@example.com. Everything should be working as normal now – however, if you notice any errors please just post a comment on this main page or send me an email. Thanks!
Due to some unexpected issues with my host, Isla Fisher Web will be going offline for a period of time from this coming Monday. I hope that this will only be temporary until I can find adequate new hosting.
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Please bear with us during this downtime!! I intend for Isla Fisher Web to continue for many years to come, it’s just going to take some time now to find a new home for us!!
The first trailer for Isla’s creepy new thriller Visions has just been released, and accompanying it are the first poster and a big batch of stills from the movie. Isla plays the role of Eveleigh in the film directed by Kevin Greutert. Visions will be released in Singapore on September 17th. No word on any international release dates as yet unfortunately…. it’s been too long since we’ve seen Isla on screen!!
Leaving her hectic city lifestyle behind, young mother-to-be Eveleigh joins her husband David at their beautiful new vineyard home only to be plagued by terrifying noises and visions of a sinister hooded figure. No one else hears or sees these hallucinations, not even David, who grows increasingly worried about his wife’s well-being.
Desperate to prove her sanity, Eveleigh hunts down locals who reveal the haunted history of the vineyard in which she now resides. But when the pieces come together, the answer is far different – and more dangerous to her and her baby – than she ever imagined.
Unclear as to whether Isla will reprise her role in this 3rd film yet – we’ll keep you posted….
‘Now You See Me 3? in the Works at Lionsgate
Lionsgate has begun developing “Now You See Me 3,” a year before it releases “Now You See Me 2? on June 10, 2016, as part of its strategy to focus on franchises.
CEO Jon Feltheimer made the disclosure Friday during the company’s conference call with analysts to discuss quarterly earnings. “We’ve already begun early planning for ‘Now You See Me 3,’” he said.
Feltheimer said production has wrapped on “Now You See Me 2.” Mark Ruffalo, Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Dave Franco, Morgan Freeman and Michael Caine are reprising their roles while Lizzy Caplan has replaced Isla Fisher.
Feltheimer said Lionsgate believes that the movie will top the $350 million grossed by the original comedy caper in 2013.
Jon M. Chu is directing the sequel from a script by Ed Solomon and Pete Chiarelli. Producers are Alex Kurtzman and Bobby Cohen.
Lionsgate has seen strong performances from its “Twilight,” “Hunger Games” and “Divergent” franchises and recently announced the plans for a sequel to Keanu Reeves’ “John Wick.”
Last year Isla guest starred in the resurrected Arrested Development – the show is now set to continue next year, and we’ll keep you updated as to whether Isla will continue her involvement …
More ‘Arrested Development’ Coming to Netflix in Mid-2016, Says Producer Brian Grazer
Production will start early next year, he told the “Adam Carolla Show” Tuesday
There will definitely be more “Arrested Development,” and sooner rather than later, according to Brian Grazer.
The super-producer shared the news on Tuesday’s “Adam Carolla Show” podcast. Grazer said he spoke with Fox Studios on Monday, and everyone is on board. As a matter of fact, Grazer told Carolla that he broke the news to Mitch Hurwitz from the popular podcast’s greenroom.
“Netflix is determined to do more episodes, so we’re going to do more episodes,” he told Carolla. Production is slated to begin after Jan. 1.
Fans can expect new episodes “four months after that,” Grazer added.
The producer previously revealed that 17 episodes were in the works for the show that Netflix revived in 2013.
“Arrested Development” originally ran for three seasons on Fox from 2003-06.
Carolla tends to record his podcasts the evening before they post.
Disney Junior Launches “Soaring Over Summer” Event With New Episodes Daily
Hot weather, hot episodes! Disney Junior will debut a new episode of one of its hit series every weekday for seven consecutive weeks (Monday, June 29 through Thursday, August 13), as part of its “Soaring Over Summer” multi-platform event. New episodes of alternating series Sofia the First, Doc McStuffins, Miles From Tomorrowland, Jake and the Never Land Pirates, and Henry Hugglemonster will premiere each weekday at 9 a.m. ET/PT on Disney Channel and 7:30 p.m. ET/PT on Disney Junior.
The event will include season three premieres of the Peabody Award-winning Doc McStuffins (Thursday, July 2), where Doc and the toys must rescue her toy dragon, Stuffy, when he slips and falls into the pool, and the Emmy Award-winning Sofia the First (Wednesday, August 5), which finds Sofia returning to Merroway Cove and meeting a new mermaid friend, Fluke. Kiernan Shipka (Mad Men) and John Ross Bowie (The Big Bang Theory) return in the episode as mermaid Oona and seahorse Sven.
Also premiering is Captain Jake and the Never Land Pirates: The Great Never Sea Conquest, a special 44-minute episode (Friday, July 31) that finds Jake becoming captain, a plotline that will carry into the upcoming fourth season of the series. The episode includes guest stars Malcolm McDowell (The Mentalist) as Lord Fathom and Jim Rash (Community) as his sidekick Sinker.
Additional guest stars throughout the summer include six-time Tony winner Audra McDonald as a tiny tin airplane pilot named Bess on Doc McStuffins; Isla Fisher and Sean Astin as mischievous sprites Button and Bengee on Sofia the First. Also lending her voice to Sofia is Vivica A. Fox as Sofia’s idol Carol of the Arrow. Jake guest stars include David Tennant as an evil genie named Dread, and Nestor Carbonell, Brett Dalton, and Chloe Bennet as a trio of fearless birds. And how’s this for typecasting? Iron Chef America’s Alton Brown will play alien chef Lysander Floovox on Miles From Tomorrowland.
The new episodes will also be available each weekday on WATCH Disney Junior, which will launch a Soaring Over Summer Arcade, featuring several retro arcade-style games with voxel versions of Sofia, Doc, Miles, Jake and Henry.
ING banks on actress Isla Fisher to spearhead new branding campaign
Five years since dropping comedian Billy Connolly in favour of a talking orang-utan, ING Direct is betting on actress Isla Fisher to power its latest assault in the competitive $4.3 trillion banking market.
As several banks, including ANZ and ME Bank, refresh their marketing, ING will today unveil Fisher as its first celebrity ambassador since Connolly and the face of a new advertising campaign to power its strategy of trying to be customers’ “primary bank”.
Led by Fisher — who holds an ING Orange Everyday transaction account — rallying customers to share their experiences, the campaign launched through social media channels on Friday before a wider assault on June 14 across television, cinema and digital.
ING, the nation’s fifth-largest mortgage lender, hopes encouraging customers to share their experiences will show others “how banking can be”, while giving the bank with insight into how it can improve products and services.
“Given the existence of social media, it’s happening anyway. Our customers talk a lot about us,” ING chief Vaughn Richtor told The Australian, adding the bank’s leading net promoter score — a measure of customer advocacy — provided confidence to “amplify” the discussion. “They say nice things about us, they also say things we should start doing or things we could do better, either way it’s valuable as we’re human beings and we don’t get it right every time but what we do look for is continuous improvement and the only way to do that is do those things customers truly value.
“It’s not some vague promise it’s actually what we deliver … a broad range of products and a great experience.”