Isla appeared on US morning show The Talk yesterday, to promote Wolf Like Me. Isla chatted about the genre of the show, working with Josh Gad and his search for kangaroos, and Aussie accents. Isla also cleared up why she has an American accent in a show set in Australia, explaining that the show was originally meant to be set in the US but they moved it to Australia because of the pandemic.
Isla’s skirt and top are by Elie Saab, her shoes are from By Far, and her jewellery is from MeMeLondon; her stylist is Micah Schifman, her hair is by Bridget Brager, and her make-up is by Sabrina Bedrani.
Isla Fisher dishes on her new series “Wolf Like Me” and her kiss scene with co-star @joshgad when they were both sick and “had snot running down our nose.” ? pic.twitter.com/sT9dJc2E2A
Isla and Josh Gad appeared by video link on New York news show FOX5NY on Tuesday, to promote Wolf Like Me. They chatted about the storyline and their characters, how Isla hopes that the audience will “connect” with Mary, her recent anniversary, and her husband’s love for Josh Gad. Isla describes their show as “a fun, funny but emotional and moving story”.
Isla’s new “genre-bending” dramedy Wolf Like Me is now available on online streaming services Stan (Aus) and Peacock (US)! Isla plays Mary, who she describes as being “incredibly damaged”, and that she’s “had a very hard, isolated few years” because “her scenario has caused her to make some choices, unconsciously, that have led to feed her shame and guilt”.
We’ve added HD screencaptures from the first episode today (there are 6 in total, all available now) and we would really highly recommend watching this show if you can. We were absolutely transfixed by the first episode and can’t wait to see the story develop. It’s like nothing else Isla has done before and her performance is so layered, but grounded by her usual warmth and heart. Be sure to have a browse of these screencaptures because the quality is fantastic and Isla looks beautiful! We’ll have more screencaptures for you over the weekend …
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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:
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.
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.
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.