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July 31st 2016   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Klown Forever, the outrageous Danish comedy in which Isla has a small cameo appearance as herself, will be released in the US on video-on-demand on September 2nd. Here is the newly released US trailer – it is not suitable for younger viewers!! Isla is not seen in this trailer.

Read more about Klown Forever in our Filmography section.




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…

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October 6th 2015   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Klown Forever: Wild Danish Comedy Sequel Acquired by Drafthouse Films

Drafthouse Films has reunited with Denmark’s Nordisk Film, director Mikkel Nørgaard, and notorious comedic duo Casper Christiansen and Frank Hvam to release the sequel to 2010’s outrageous Klown, entitled Klown Forever, marking a return of the most depraved comedy of errors in five years. Drafthouse also released both the original film and the entire Danish television series in 2012.

A long-running Danish TV sitcom, Klown follows the misadventures of best friends Casper and Frank as they bumble through an impressive number of poorly laid plans and disastrous social situations. When we last saw the boys, they were riding the fallout of an ill-fated excursion to a riverside brothel; Klown Forever picks up five years later, with their strained friendship at risk when Casper relocates to Hollywood. In a last-ditch attempt to salvage his relationship with his best friend, and escape an increasingly humdrum domestic life, Frank follows Casper, and their predictably unpredictable brand of chaos ensues, as though Lars von Trier were directing an especially mortifying episode of “Curb Your Enthusiasm.”

In addition to Casper’s attraction to Hollywood, the Klown series has attracted its fair share of of admirers as well, including actor/comedian Sacha Baron Cohen (Borat), who has named Klown his favorite comedy ever. In their latest misadventure, Frank and Casper inflict their particular brand of ignominy upon several of LA’s denizens, including Isla Fisher, Adam Levine and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (“Game of Thrones”).

“We want to be in the ‘Klown’ business with Frank and Casper as long as they keep making them,” stated Drafthouse COO James Emanuel Shapiro. “Without a doubt, these are some of the funniest movies ever made and we are proud to share them with audiences.”

Having just opened in its native Denmark this past weekend, Klown Forever will see a limited theatrical release across North America alongside a variety of VOD and digital platforms in 2016, with a Blu-ray/DVD release to follow later in the year.

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September 23rd 2015   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Have a watch of the official trailer for Klown Forever, the new Danish comedy that Isla makes a short cameo appearance in … she’s not seen in this trailer, though. Warning: the trailer contains nudity and may not be suitable for younger viewers!




May 20th 2015   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Cannes: Protagonist takes sequel to hit Danish comedy ‘Klown’

Sequel to the hit Danish comedy to include cameos from Isla Fisher, Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine and Game of Thrones’ Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.

Protagonist Pictures has taken on worldwide sales rights outside Nordic territories to Klown Forever, the sequel to the 2010 smash hit Danish comedy Klown.

Protagonist has also taken over worldwide distribution of the first film and will be talking up both at next week’s Cannes Marche.

Based on a Danish TV series that ran from 2005 to 2008, the Klown films centre on the irreverent antics of two thirtysomething best friends and comedy partners Frank, played by Frank Hvam, and Casper, played by Casper Christensen.

Hvam and Christensen also wrote both features, while one of Denmark’s biggest film-makers Mikkel Norgard (The Keeper Of Lost Causes) returns to direct the sequel and Jesper Zartov produces.

In Klown Forever, Frank and Casper’s friendship is tested when Casper decides to move to Los Angeles and pursue a solo career there. Determined to win back his friend, Frank follows him to California for a holiday of spectacular misadventures.

Among the cameo apperances in the film are Isla Fisher, Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine and Danish heartthrob Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Game Of Thrones).

Klown, which was acquired for US remake by Warner Bros, has a host of self-declared celebrity fans including Sacha Baron Cohen, who hired Hvam and Christensen to write his next film The Lesbian at Paramount.

The film was distributed by Nordisk in Scandinavia and grossed more than $10m in Denmark alone, recording more than 855,000 admissions; it was sold by TrustNordisk to Drafthouse in the US and Arrow in the UK among other territories.

Nordisk is releasing Klown Forever this September in Denmark and both Hvam and Christensen will be in Cannes to launch the film to Danish and international media.

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