Isla appeared on ET Live – Entertainment Tonight’s new live streaming show – on Wednesday, to promote the US release of her new Marge book. She chatted about the book and writing the series, the babysitting story she told on The Talk, and her plans for developing Marge in other mediums. One of the hosts pointed out that it is the 10 year anniversary of Confessions Of A Shopaholic (!!) and Isla chatted briefly about this which was really great to hear about! There was also mention of her wedding anniversary. Find screencaptures in our Gallery and the video below:
Isla appeared on Busy Tonight last week, to promote The Beach Bum and the US release of the latest in her Marge book series. She revealed that co-star Matthew McConaughey called her his ‘little ginger goat’ on the set of their movie, and talked about her parents and how they inspired her to get into acting, her ginger hair, shoe mishaps at Hollywood parties, and her husband’s characters. It was a really funny interview – and I loved Isla’s outfit! She wore a one-sleeved black top and gold lame harem trousers by Georges Chakras, and accessorised with Dean Davidson jewellery and Nicholas Kirkwood heels. Below are clips from the show, and we have stills and HD screencaptures in our Gallery. Big thanks to our friend Jennifer for her help with coverage from this appearance
Isla appeared on US talk show The Talk yesterday, to promote the release of the latest in her Marge book series. She chatted about the Vanity Fair Oscars Party where she was photographed with Ron Howard, Arrested Development (in which she played Ron Howard’s daughter!), a photo of her in a blonde wig on the set of Greed, her recent birthday party, and the Marge series. Watch the interview below, and find screencaptures in our Gallery:
Isla is appearing on Busy Tonight (on E!) in the US tonight – we’ll have coverage for you in the coming days!
Premiering tonight (Jan 23rd) at the Sundance Film Festival, Bachelorette may sound like a combo of Bridesmaids and a certain ABC reality TV show, but after talking with the film’s cast — including Kirsten Dunst, Isla Fisher, and Lizzy Caplan — as well as writer-director Leslye Headland, it’s clear the film is its own unique animal. Along with a discussion of how these female friends, who get together for a wild, drug-fueled pre-wedding party, use their powers for evil, we also learn about Dunst’s unusual choice for a sushi restaurant, and how the male characters were, essentially, “sex objects.” Check out our interview below: