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July 27th 2016   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Continuing her busy day of promoting Marge In Charge, Isla appeared on BBC’s topical show The One Show earlier this evening. Alongside her book, she chatted about Katy Perry performing at her birthday earlier this year, her old romance novels, and her two upcoming movies. Isla was very gracious on the show, but I don’t think the hosts quite appreciated her sense of humour! 😆 Watch the full show on BBC iPlayer, and find lots of HD screencaptures in our Gallery…


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July 27th 2016   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Isla appeared on the Australian breakfast show Sunrise, as part of her promotion for ‘Marge In Charge’. Watch the interview below, and find screencaptures in our Gallery.

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July 27th 2016   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Isla appeared on the BBC Radio 1 Breakfast show this morning to promote ‘Marge In Charge’. She also chatted about Keeping up With The Joneses, Nocturnal Animals, clown school and Australia. Click the link below to listen to the interview (she appears at about 1hr 35 minutes in) and find pictures of Isla outside the studios and taping her appearance in our Gallery.


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July 26th 2016   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Isla appeared through a video link on Aussie Channel 10 show The Project earlier today, to promote ‘Marge In Charge’. She also talked about clown school, and her recent charitable donation to Syrian children. Here’s the video:





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July 17th 2016   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

I’ve added a few HD screencaptures from Isla’s 2012 animated movie Rise Of The Guardians, in which she voices the excitable and very pretty Tooth Fairy. While the film is not a favourite of mine, Tooth is super cute and it would’ve been nice to see/hear more of her in the film!

Film Screencaptures

Tooth: “That’s why we collect the teeth Jack, they hold the most important memories of childhood. My fairies and I watch over them, and when someone needs to remember what’s important, we help them. We had everyone’s here – yours too.”




July 13th 2016   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

As promised on our Twitter page (follow us!), the Gallery has been updated with HD screencaptures from Grimsby today. Isla played Jodie, which was a small role as an MI6 agent working alongside Sebastian and Nobby; Jodie was “straight and serious”, and her character was an anchor of sorts throughout which Isla describes as a “challenge”. Be sure to check out the movie – it’s available to buy/rent now – it’s an outrageous comedy but if you like Isla and Sacha then you’ll probably enjoy it 😉 Check out our screencaptures in the Gallery…

“We had to play it straight – Sacha’s character is so heightened that we needed the whole rest of the world to feel very real.”

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July 12th 2016   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Last year Isla made a cameo appearance in Danish comedy Klown Forever, the sequel to the successful 2010 comedy film Klown. There’s very little out there about Isla’s involvement with the project, but I did read that her husband is a big fan of the first movie, which probably explains why she was snapped up for it. Isla’s appearance was very short, but she was pretty funny in it (she plays a neighbour of the main character who comes over to complain about something), and the movie itself was worth a watch. Read more about the film on our Filmography page, and find HD screencaptures in our Gallery…

Gallery: Klown Forever

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July 10th 2016   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Isla appears on the front cover of The Daily Mail newspaper’s Sunday ‘You’ magazine supplement today, with a fantastic new interview to promote the upcoming release of her children’s book ‘Marge In Charge‘. In the interview, Isla talks about her career, why she enjoys reading and writing, her favourite children’s books, social media, aging, and who she’d like to work with in the future. Alongside this is a fun and colourful new photoshoot.

The Daily Mail also published an extract from the book to give us a sneak peek of Marge.

Read the interview below, and find the book extract at The Daily Mail website.

‘I wish I had the secret to balancing it all as a mum’: Actress Isla Fisher on juggling movies with motherhood and writing her way out of a midlife crisis

When Great Gatsby actress Isla Fisher (aka Mrs Sacha Baron Cohen) came to a crossroads in her life, she shook things up by making bedtime more interesting – both for her children and herself. In the process she found a new career, as Miranda Thompson discovers

When your films are Oscar-winning and you’re half of one of Hollywood’s hottest couples, what’s left to achieve? For The Great Gatsby’s Isla Fisher, it was simply a case of returning to a long-held passion: writing.

Away from the LA stardust, the actress, who turned 40 this year, is a self-confessed bibliophile who devoured two books a week before the arrival of her children with A-list husband Sacha Baron Cohen (the man behind Borat and Ali G). At 18, long before Hollywood came calling, she also published two young adult novels (co-written with her mum) in between stints on Aussie soap Home and Away.



This summer, Isla will be back in the bookshop with her comic children’s novel, Marge in Charge, which stars the eponymous Marge – a pint-sized babysitter with rainbow hair and a penchant for causing mayhem. Isla invented the character as a bedtime story and was inspired to put pen to paper after her brood kept requesting more of her.

The wellbeing of children is clearly important to Isla. In December last year, she and Sacha made the headlines for their £670,000 donation to charities working with victims of the conflict in Syria. ‘There are 8.4 million children in need in Syria and its neighbouring countries,’ she says. ‘We are facing the biggest humanitarian crisis since World War Two.’ Their donation paid for measles vaccinations for more than 250,000 children.

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