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April 23rd 2011   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Johnny Depp talks about how Rango is different from other animated movies

– www.reelzchannel.com




March 9th 2011   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Australian actress Isla Fisher stars alongside Johnny Depp in new animated Western flick Rango (in cinemas now).

We caught up with the star to find out how she found her latest role as a lizard and her motivation behind doing the film.




March 5th 2011   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

CBS have now posted the video of Isla’s appearance on their show earlier this week, and you can view it by clicking the link below (they’ve sadly disabled embedding).

Screencaps coming soon.

WATCH ISLA ON THE EARLY SHOW


March 5th 2011   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Screencaps from both shows are already in the Gallery!


 



March 4th 2011   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Isla appeared on the Rachael Ray show this morning (sorry I didn’t let you know beforehand – I wasn’t aware of the appearance til just now!) to promote Rango, and a short clip from the segment has been posted on Rachael’s official website.

If anyone can provide us with a full clip from Isla’s appearance then please get in touch!

Isla Fisher cracked up moviegoers with her hilarious turns in Wedding Crashers and Confessions of a Shopaholic, and now she’ll be entertaining younger audiences with two new animated features: Rango with Johnny Depp, and The Rise of the Guardians with Hugh Jackman. And despite being a mom of two now, Isla tells Rachael that she didn’t pick these films in hopes that one day her girls would enjoy them. “I don’t think that far ahead,” she laughs. “I was really excited to do Rango because I love director Gore Verbinski, who directed Pirates of the Caribbean, and I love Johnny Depp – who doesn’t?”

Watch the video about to see Isla explain which two actors she based her character’s voice on, and why she turned down a kiss from co-star Johnny Depp! Plus, enter here for a chance to win a copy of The Ballad of Rango: The Art and Making of an Outlaw Film.


WATCH THE VIDEO HERE (embedding disabled)

Backstage Pass: Isla Fisher

The Rango star shares three things you don’t know about her! Plus, tune in today when Isla explains why she passed up the opportunity to kiss co-star Johnny Depp!


WATCH THE VIDEO HERE (embedding disabled)


March 3rd 2011   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Isla Fisher is the voice of Beans, a character who serves as the love interest of the titular character (Johnny Depp) in Rango. “She is a very strong, very decisive, a very confident lizard and she’s kind of the co-hero of the movie,” says the actress, who previously starred in Confessions of a Shopaholic and Definitely, Maybe. “So it was really exciting for me to be in a movie where I wasn’t the damsel in distress, where I was a strong woman and a good role model for young girls out there.”

Click on the Media Bar and listen to Fisher talk about why she had her share of fun doing Rango.

LISTEN TO THE INTERVIEW


March 3rd 2011   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Hollywood actors Johnny Depp and Isla Fisher talk about their roles as lizards in the film Rango.

Depp started by explaining how the idea for the film was inspired by Pirates of the Caribbean.

Watch the short interview at BBC

 

Flicks on 6

Film critic Jeff Bayer joins us on a Wednesday to interview some of the cast of the new animated film “Rango.” Isla Fisher (“Confessions of a Shopaholic,” “Definitely, Maybe”) and Abigail Breslin (“Little Miss Sunshine,” “Zombieland”) talk about the movie and more. Fisher plays a lizard with a defect and Breslin plays an ugly/cute mouse. Bayer made the mistake of telling her that. As always, he ends the interview with some rapid fire quick questions.




March 3rd 2011   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Isla Fisher used to be on Home and Away, just like Melissa George, whose turn in Christopher Smith’s Triangle was very impressive, and with her leading role in Confessions of a Shopaholic and her appearances in Burke and Hare and now Gore Verbinski’s Rango, the future is looking grand for Ms. Fisher.

Here she talks to James Kleinmann about her role in the animated movie, which thanks to embargo-necessitated cryptic messages the early reaction to the film is seemingly very positive and we love what we’ve seen so far.

– heyuguys.co.uk