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November 17th 2015   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Isla’s latest movie Visions has had a limited release in some parts of the globe including the Far East and Eastern Europe, and I’ve now been able to add HD screencaptures from the film to our Gallery. Be aware that these contain spoilers! While I didn’t enjoy the film itself and felt it was too predictable and cliched, credit to Isla for trying a new genre and putting her all into the film. There are some great close-ups of Isla in the film, so I’m sure you’ll enjoy the screencaps. We’ll keep you updated on further release dates for the film!

Film Screencaptures x1,334




November 2nd 2015   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

On Friday night Isla’s pal Reese Witherspoon was honoured with the American Cinematheque Award, and Isla made a low-key appearance at the event to celebrate with Reese. Isla wore a white dress with cut-out detailing, and posed with friends Jennifer Aniston and Kate Hudson, and Laura Dern (but sadly no pics with Reese!). 2 HQ pictures from the event can be found in our Gallery…

American Cinematheque Awards Honoring Reese Witherspoon x2




November 2nd 2015   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

The first (red-band) trailer for Isla’s upcoming movie The Brothers Grimsby has been released today, although Isla herself is not seen in the trailer. The movie hits cinemas on March 4th 2016.

This spring, the only thing more dangerous than the world’s greatest spy is his brother. Don’t miss the hilarious new comedy by Sacha Baron Cohen.




November 2nd 2015   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Sacha Baron Cohen’s film Grimsby given new title

SACHA Baron Cohen’s upcoming film Grimsby has been given a new name.

The comedy, due for release next spring, will now be called The Brothers Grimsby – a play on the Brothers Grimm.

Studio Sony Pictures confirmed the name change for the film which will see Baron Cohen star as a football hooligan with Mark Strong playing his brother – a black-ops spy.

Helmed by Now You See Me director Louis Leterrier, Baron Cohen worked on the screenplay alongside Alan Partridge and Borat scribe Peter Baynham and Wreck-It Ralph writer Phil Johnston.

Baron Cohen and Strong are joined by Rebel Wilson, Annabelle Wallis, Isla Fisher, Ian McShane, Gabourey Sidibe, David Harewood, Johnny Vegas, Penelope Cruz, and Scott Adkins.

The film has sparked controversy for its apparently negative depiction of the town.

Six women weighing more than 20 stone each have also been recruited, with film extra Maurice Maree telling the Sunday Times that there would be scenes of “binge-eating, copious vomiting and naked wobbling across a football pitch”.

Grimsby Telegraph


October 17th 2015   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Catch Isla on the cover of the November issue of German Cosmopolitan magazine, in a reprint of her 2013 spread. See the scans in our Gallery, and make sure you pick up a copy yourself if you can!

Cosmopolitan (Ger) – November 2015 x5




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.

Coming Soon


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!




September 10th 2015   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Isla Fisher Joins Jake Gyllenhaal, Amy Adams in ‘Nocturnal Animals’

Isla Fisher is in talks to join Jake Gyllenhaal and Amy Adams in Tom Ford’s “Nocturnal Animals.”

Michael Shannon, Aaron-Taylor Johnson and Armie Hammer also star in the film, which Ford is writing, directing and producing. This film is Ford’s follow-up to his directorial debut “A Single Man” starring Colin Firth.

Focus Features is handling worldwide distribution after winning a bidding war this past May at the Cannes Film Festival.

The movie is an adaptation of Austin Wright’s 1993 novel, “Tony and Susan.” The first of the two-part story follows a woman (Adams) who receives a book manuscript from her ex-husband, who she left 20 years earlier, asking for her opinion. The second half revolves around a man (Gyllenhaal) whose family vacation turns violent. Fisher will play Laura Hastings, Tony’s wife.

Fisher most recently wrapped the Fox 2000 pic “Keeping Up with Joneses,” opposite Jon Hamm and Gal Gadot, and can be seen next in Lionsgate’s action comedy “Grimsby,” opposite husband Sacha Baron Cohen and Mark Strong.

Fisher is repped by UTA, Mosaic and Warren Dern. The news was first reported by Deadline Hollywood.

Variety