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April 24th 2022   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Isla recently spoke to awards predictor website Gold Derby about Wolf Like Me, seemingly as part of their Emmy prediction series! She spoke about familiar topics related to the series, and the advantages of being an Aussie in Hollywood. It’s a good interview, and it’s great to see her talked about in the Emmy race (well deserved)!

Isla Fisher (‘Wolf Like Me’): Letting your guard down allows you to ‘experience the joy of being seen and loved’

“I think there is just this something in all of us that is quite rightly terrified to fall in love, because you really truly give your heart to somebody,” declares Isla Fisher about theme at the core of romantic comedy “Wolf Like Me,” in which she stars as Mary, a reclusive advice columnist who encounters grieving widower Gary (Josh Gad) in a series of coincidental events. After they begin to form a connection, they learn some dark secrets about each other that changes their lives forever. Watch our exclusive video interview above.



In Peacock’s “Wolf Like Me,” Gary is a single father living in Adelaide, Australia with his 11-year-old daughter Emma (Ariel Donoghue), both still grieving the death of Emma’s mother. Mary on the other hand is an introverted single woman, living alone and dealing with her own emotional baggage. After Gary and Mary are involved in a relatively minor car crash, they continue to cross paths coincidentally, bringing them together against the odds. As they grow closer, Gary discovers that Mary is hiding a dark secret.

The six-part romantic comedy created by Australian actor/writer/director Abe Forsythe is an enchanting fantasy-tinged fable that contemplates two grieving people letting their guard down to ultimately find acceptance, love and happiness. The US/Australian co-production streams exclusively on Peacock in the US, Stan in Australia and Amazon Prime internationally.

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April 10th 2022   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Isla revealed the cover for her new picture book ‘Mazy the Movie Star’ on her Instagram this week. The release date has been pushed back from May to September 29th (UK) and October 5th (Aus).



January 13th 2022   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Isla appeared on US talk show Late Night with Seth Meyers last night, to promote Wolf Like Me. She looked stunning in a little gold Versace dress – I wish we’d got to see this on a red carpet! During the interview she chatted about her recent anniversary, Sacha encouraging her to do more comedy and how this led to Wedding Crashers, Josh Gad and the series, how she got into acting, her romance novels and Marge book series (which is being developed into a series for Nickelodeon!), her dog Maisy, and working with Seth on Hot Rod. You can watch the interview below, and we have full HD screencaptures (x626!) in our Gallery:








January 13th 2022   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Isla and Josh Gad had a segment on US lifestyle show New York Live earlier today, to promote Wolf Like Me. They talked about the genre and plot of the series, and what they’ve enjoyed about being able to go back to work.




September 12th 2021   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Isla attended the CinefestOz Film Festival in Western Australia at the end of August. She was a Jury member and also received the Screen Legend Award, and attended several events over the course of the film festival. On Thursday 26th she attended a wine tasting, on the Friday she attended the ‘Here Out West’ and ‘River’ premieres wearing a fitted pink Alex Perry dress with Fendi shoe and purse, and on the Saturday she wore a floral Zimmermann dress to the Jurors Lunch and then in the evening attended the Gala Night looking glamorous in a Bronx and Banco gown to receive her award. We’ve added some photos to our Gallery, and there are some short videos further down this post, including a red carpet interview…

CinefestOZ Film Festival – Forester Wine Tasting Event x16
CinefestOZ Film Festival – “Here Out West” & “River” Premieres x14
CinefestOZ Film Festival – Luncheon x8
CinefestOZ Film Festival – Gala Night x9



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September 12th 2021   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Isla is writing a new children’s picture book series! This one will follow Mazy the dog, who is based on Isla’s own dog:

In a gilded kennel lives a famous movie star named Mazy. While other dogs chase sticks at the park, Mazy chases her acting dreams. But then one morning Mazy’s agent delivers bad news. They are only giving acting jobs to pedigrees now. Can Mazy embrace what it is that makes her special and find her perfect role?

It will be published in the UK on May 12th 2022, and in Australia and New Zealand on May 3rd 2022. Pre-order here (UK) or here (Aus).

Welbeck Flame has acquired three picture books written by actress and comedian Isla Fisher and illustrated by Paula Bowles.

Jane Harris, group publisher for Welbeck Children’s, made the deal for world rights in Fisher’s text with Stephanie Thwaites at Curtis Brown. The first in the series, Mazy the Movie Star, will be published in the UK on 12th May 2022.

The series will follow Mazy, a character inspired by Fisher’s own dog, and is set in “Hollywoof”, a version of Hollywood populated entirely by dogs. While other dogs chase sticks at the park, Mazy chases her acting dreams—until one day her agent delivers bad news. They are only giving acting jobs to pedigree dogs now. Can Mazy embrace what it is that makes her special and find her perfect role?

Fisher said: “I am very excited about Mazy the Movie Star, which is based on our very own glamorous pooch. Mazy desperately wants to be something other than herself, a pedigree, in order to get better acting roles in Hollywoof. Mazy learns, with the help of her furry friends, that she’s perfect just the way she is and stands up for mutts all around the world!”

Harris said the “hilarious” series “illustrates wonderfully the underlying theme so important to young children, to always be themselves. A message not just for children but for us all, told in Isla’s original comedic voice that resonates loud and clear. I am still chuckling!”

Fisher, who is best known for her role in “The Wedding Crashers”, is the author of four children’s books, all published with Piccadilly Press: Marge in Charge (2019), Marge and the Secret Tunnel (2018), Marge and the Great Train Rescue (2017) and Marge and the Pirate Baby (2017).

(The Book Seller)

Isla Fisher has worked in TV and film for 25 years. She has played many fun and different characters, but her favourite role is being a mummy to her three children and she has been making up stories at bedtime for them every night since they were born.Paula lives in Bristol, where she has worked as an illustrator for over 10 years. She used to work in a preschool, where she got to run around pretending to be a crocodile, went on Bear Hunts and made play-dough cakes. As well as drawing, she loves getting out of the city for long walks and cycle trips in the fresh air. Oh, and she once learned to walk the tightrope!


August 27th 2021   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

CinefestOZ names Isla Fisher a Screen Legend

CinefestOZ Film Festival has awarded actress Isla Fisher its Screen Legend prize for 2021.

The award recognises an Australian actor or filmmaker of international repute and their role in supporting excellence in Australian filmmaking.

Fisher, who was born in Oman and grew up in Perth, has been a fixture of Australian screens since she was nine, when she started in TV commercials before being cast as Shannon Reed in Home & Away, a role she played for three years.

Her career internationally took off with The Wedding Crashers, followed by a range of roles in films such as Rango, The Great Gatsby, Nocturnal Animals, Definitely, Maybe , Now You See Me, Hot Rod, The Brothers Grimsby alongside her husband Sacha Baron Cohen, and Blithe Spirit. Her most recent role is in Stan/Peacock’s upcoming series Wolf Like Me, opposite Josh Gad.

Fisher studied commedia dell’arte in Paris at the renowned L’école Jacques Lecoq performance school, and in June 2016, made her debut as a children’s author with ‘Marge in Charge’.

“I am so honoured to be receiving this award and to be able to support this important festival in the state where I grew up,” said Fisher.

“I feel at home in Perth, and I am delighted to be able to support CinefestOZ and the arts industry.”

Past recipients of the award include Kelton Pell, Sigrid Thornton, Hugo Weaving, Joel Edgerton, Jack Thompson, Bryan Brown, David Wenham, Jacqueline McKenzie, filmmakers Fred Schepisi, Bruce Beresford, Gillian Armstrong and Scott Hicks.

The prize will be presented to Fisher, who is also on the festival jury, at a Gala Night in Busselton on Saturday 28 August.

(IF.com.au)


July 25th 2021   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Isla posted a new video on her Instagram of a commercial she has done for Ring Fit Adventure on Nintendo Switch. We’ve tried to find more information about this partnership but so far nothing – not even a press release – so we don’t know whether this is a one-off or if we can expect more. So for now, here’s Isla enjoying the game:


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