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January 12th 2022   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

We’ve updated the Back To The Outback Gallery with some stills, posters, character art, and screencaptures from featurettes from the recent animated comedy. Both the video featurettes can be found within previous news posts. We’ll have some screencaptures from the film itself soon!

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January 12th 2022   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Isla and Josh Gad have started promotion for their new “genre-bending” TV show Wolf Like Me. Below are their promotional interviews, and this post will be updated as more are released:

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January 12th 2022   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Here’s one of the first reviews of Isla’s new TV series Wolf Like Me – we really liked what they had to say about Isla’s performance! Have a search on Google for more reviews of the show, and we’ll add highlights to our Wolf Like Me career page.

‘Wolf Like Me’ Review: Josh Gad, Isla Fisher Shine in Peacock’s New Dramedy

In “Wolf Like Me,” Josh Gad plays Gary, a widowed father, struggling to raise his troubled 11-year-old daughter Emma (Ariel Donoghue). When Mary (Isla Fisher) literally crashes into their lives, Gary’s astounded to see how quickly Mary can reach his anxiety-riddled kid. Soon an emotional love affair takes off. But, Mary can’t escape into the fantasy family because she’s carrying around a potentially deadly secret that the six-episode show’s title hints at. But no matter how fast or far Mary runs, the universe keeps shoving Gary into her path.

Abe Forsythe, best known for writing “Little Monsters,” a charming 2019 movie that imagines zombies threatening a kindergarten class, brings werewolves to the classic rom-com in “Wolf Like Me,” whose six half-hour episodes all drop on Peacock on January 13. Forsythe’s writing brings out the best in Gad. Usually relegated to over-the-top caricature, a role he’s performed well over the years, Gad here stretches his wholesomeness to showcase a range of pain, confusion and anger. Fisher shines here as well. It’s been over a decade since her fabulous turn as Rebecca Bloomwood in “Confessions of a Shopaholic.” But Fisher’s always possessed the talent of a leading lady in projects like “The Great Gatsby” and “Arrested Development.” Here, she plays up a tender heart hiding behind wall of quick-witted jokes.

Donoghue, as the suicidal and depressed Emma, proves an impressive talent to watch. Holding her own with veterans in a subdued role would be a challenge for any actor. She flashes a sliver of hope waiting for Gary to be honest about his feelings, and her panic attacks are frighteningly authentic.

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January 9th 2022   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

The first full trailer for Isla’s new TV series Wolf Like Me was released earlier this week. All 6 episodes will premiere on US online streaming service Peacock and its Aussie equivalent Stan on January 13th.

Synopsis: Everyone brings their own set of baggage to a new relationship. Gary (Josh Gad) and Mary (Isla Fisher) are no different. Gary is an emotional wreck and struggles to provide for his daughter since the death of his wife. Mary has a secret she can’t bring herself to share with anyone. The universe brought these two together for a reason, they just need to keep following the signs.

January 2nd 2022   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Actress and author Isla Fisher voices the character Maddie, a poisonous (and adorable) Taipan snake, in Netflix’s latest animated adventure, “Back to the Outback.” The story follows some of Australia’s most dangerous creatures as they embark on a fantastic journey to escape captivity and return to their families in the wild.

Isla wants everyone to know that when you visit your local library, you too can visit faraway places and uncover characters who have their own beautiful story. Libraries offer books, movies, video games, and more that take us on fantastic journeys.

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December 13th 2021   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

E! recently spoke to Isla and Josh Gad about their upcoming TV series Wolf Like Me:

Isla Fisher & Josh Gad Tease “Twists & Turns” in Dark New Peacock Series Wolf Like Me
E! News got the inside scoop on Isla Fisher and Josh Gad’s new genre-bending series Wolf Like Me, set to launch on Peacock in January.

Isla Fisher and Josh Gad’s new Peacock series is, put simply, like nothing else you’ve ever seen before.

Dubbed Wolf Like Me, the six-episode show premiering in January follows Gary (Gad), an emotional wreck struggling to provide for his daughter since the death of his wife, and Mary (Fisher), who has a secret she can’t bring herself to share with anyone.

Sounds like a run-of-the-mill drama, right? Not exactly.

“I’ve done dramas—between Marshall and Murder on the Orient Express and Love & Other Drugs, I’ve definitely dabbled—but I’m always looking for a challenge in any script, and with Wolf Like Me, there was a freshness about it,” Gad exclusively told E! News. “It was unlike anything I’d ever read before or seen before and it felt like a really exciting challenge, a really exciting opportunity.”

Fisher was in complete agreement, describing Wolf Like Me as “an interesting melt of genres.”

“And it felt like an original and fun opportunity to tell a love story, an adult love story,” the Australian actress added, attributing the genius of the show to creator-director Abe Forsythe. “But focusing on the dark side as well as the light.”

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December 13th 2021   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Isla appeared (virtually) on Australia’s Studio 10 morning show today, to promote Back To The Outback. Isla talked about her pride at the Aussie film, her plans for the festive season, and briefly about Wolf Like Me.

December 11th 2021   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment asked Isla about the rumoured Wedding Crashers sequel during a recent promotional interview for Back To The Outback. Isla told them:

“I know that a lot of people are trying to make that happen and I guess it’s a really important — or at least joyful memory for a lot of people. So hopefully we can make it come true. I’m definitely not in the loop as to what’s happening right now though.”