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October 6th 2022   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Isla appeared on Aussie current affairs and talk show The Project on Sunday, to promote Mazy The Movie Star. She chatted about her book, dealing with setbacks and rejection in her career, and going to a costume party thrown by George Clooney! Watch the interview below:





July 16th 2022   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

This week, Isla posted a video on her Instagram of her opening a delivery of the first copies of her new picture book Mazy the Movie Star!

Mazy is a famous movie star who has her fur fluffed twice a day. While other dogs chase sticks at the park, Mazy chases her acting dreams.

Then one morning Mazy’s agent delivers bad news. Hollywoof has changed and there are no jobs for Mazy anymore.

Can Mazy embrace what it is that makes her special and find her perfect role?

The book will be released in the UK on the 29th September 2022 and in Australia on 5th October 2022,



June 12th 2022   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

As expected, Isla attended the G’Day AAA Arts Gala in Los Angeles yesterday, where she received the award for Excellence in the Arts. She posed with her fellow honorees Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, and Tushar Apte on the red carpet. Isla wore a striking blue Rasario pre-fall dress with a thigh-high slit, silver Jimmy Choo heels, and Nicole Rose jewelry. Unfortunately we can’t find a video of Isla receiving this award yet, but we do have some beautiful photos from the red carpet in our Gallery for you! There are some red carpet videos further down this post too.

G’day AAA Arts Gala x28

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May 23rd 2022   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Isla Fisher & Greg Kinnear To Topline Family Comedy ‘The Present’ From ‘How To Be Single’ Helmer Christian Ditter

Isla Fisher (Wolf Like Me) and Greg Kinnear (Shining Vale) will topline the family comedy The Present, from director Christian Ditter (How to Be Single), which has entered production in Los Angeles.

In the film from Stuart Ford’s independent content studio AGC Studios, a brilliant boy discovers he can manipulate time using an enchanted family heirloom, then teaming up with his siblings to go back to the eve of their parents’ separation in hopes of changing the outcome. As their schemes become more elaborate, the siblings will learn about family bonds and what they can and can’t control. Fisher and Kinnear are playing the parents in search of reconciliation, with Easton Rocket Sweda (General Hospital), Shay Rudolph (The Baby-Sitters Club) and Mason Shea Joyce (Euphoria) portraying the siblings who just might be the only people who can make that happen.

Ross Butler (Shazam!) also stars in the film written by Emmy winner Jay Martel (Key and Peele). Chairman and CEO Ford is producing alongside Linda McDonough for AGC Studios, with Marcei Brown and Jessica Malanaphy for CatchLightStudios (The Aviary). Martel, CatchLight’s Jason Clark, and AGC’s Zach Garrett and Miguel Palos are serving as executive producers.

After directing four German features—all of which were box-office hits and festival favorites—Ditter transitioned to directing English-language films with the rom-com Love, Rosie, following that pic up with New Line’s How to Be Single. He then served as director and executive producer on the Netflix series Girlboss, most recently creating the Netflix series Biohacker, which he’s directed and produced for two seasons.

Fisher stars alongside Josh Gad in the Peacock series Wolf Like Me, which was renewed for a second season last month, and has also been cast in Josh Greenbaum’s upcoming comedy Strays for Universal. The actress is also known for turns in films including Wedding Crashers, Nocturnal Animals, The Beach Bum, Tag, Greed, Now You See Me, The Great Gatsby, Rise of the Guardians, Bachelorette and I Heart Huckabees, among others. Additional TV credits include Curb Your Enthusiasm and Arrested Development.

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May 15th 2022   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Isla has been nominated for a Logie Award, one of Australia’s biggest TV awards shows! She is nominated for Most Outstanding Actress for Wolf Like Me, which is a category voted for by the industry. Congratulations on this well deserved honour Isla! This is her fourth Logie nomination overall, and her first since her Home & Away days ended in 1997. The 2022 award ceremony will take place on June 19th at the Star Gold Coast Entertainment Precinct at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre in Brisbane. The show will be broadcast in Australia on Channel 9 and 9Now on the day.

The nominees for the 2022 TV WEEK Logie Awards were announced this morning at Burleigh Pavilion, ahead of the Australian television industry’s annual celebration of screen excellence and glamour on the Gold Coast on Sunday, June 19.

The nominees in the Most Popular and Most Outstanding categories reinforce Australia’s spectacular and vibrant TV industry, recognising talent across entertainment, drama, comedy, reality, lifestyle, current affairs and sport.

With its hallmark razzmatazz and anything-can-happen-on-the-night excitement, the 62nd TV WEEK Logie Awards will take place on Sunday, June 19, within The Star Gold Coast Entertainment Precinct at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre.

TV WEEK Silver Logie – Most Outstanding Actress
Anna Torv, The Newsreader, ABC
Claudia Karvan, Bump, Stan
Deborah Mailman, Total Control, ABC
Isla Fisher, Wolf Like Me, Stan
Miranda Otto, Fires, ABC

(nowtolove.com.au)


May 15th 2022   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

It’s a weekend of career accolades for Isla – she’s going to receive an award for Excellence in the Arts from G’Day USA and the American Australian Association! Congratulations Isla!

Brian Grazer, Ron Howard and Isla Fisher to Be Honored at Joint G’Day USA and AAA Gala

Brian Grazer, Ron Howard and Isla Fisher have a date June 11 with G’Day USA and the American Australian Association.

They will be feted in Los Angeles during a joint event for G’Day USA, Australia’s public, economic and cultural diplomacy program in the United States, and the American Australian Association, a privately-funded nonprofit dedicated to “broadening, strengthening and developing ties across the Pacific through its business, innovation, education, veterans and arts programs.”

Grazer and Howard, longtime creative partners through their Imagine Entertainment, will receive the Innovation in Entertainment Award, a trophy meant to recognize their impact on the Australian film industry through mentorship, local productions shot and produced in the country, and the hiring of Australian talent.

Fisher, who moved to Australia as a child, is confirmed to receive the Excellence in the Arts Award for “outstanding performances in film and television projects including Wedding Crashers, Arrested Development, Wolf Like Me and Nocturnal Animals,” per the org.

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May 9th 2022   Posted by: admin   Leave A Comment

Isla Fisher and Sophie Turner on the Joys of Mastering New Genres

From Peacock’s “Wolf Like Me” star Isla Fisher to Sophie Turner, star of HBO Max’s upcoming series “The Staircase,” this episode of “UnWrapped” podcast features women who are stepping outside their comfort zone and into new genres.

While you may recognize Fisher for her comedy roles in “Wedding Crashers,” “Confessions of a Shopaholic” or as “The Crier” in “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” audiences are exposed to a new side of her talents in “Wolf Like Me,” a romantic dramedy with a monster twist.

Meanwhile, after a several year hiatus from acting, Turner returns to the screen in the domestic crime drama “The Staircase.” Known for her previous roles in large franchises such as “Game of Thrones” and “X-Men,” Sophie’s role as Margaret Ratliff in “The Staircase” marks her first time not only playing a non-fictional character, but also acting in a true crime series.

Episode highlights Include:

Isla Fisher talks about her traumatic clown school experience

Sophie Turner says being a mother helped her become a better actor

Isla Fisher says when it comes to auditioning for a role, imagine what everyone else is doing and do the opposite to set yourself apart

Sophie Turner says the first thing she asked her Academy Award-winning “The Staircase” co-star Colin Firth was what it was like working with Amanda Bynes in “What a Girl Wants”

Isla Fisher teaches us how she takes on different accents

Sophie Turner says she still doesn’t know who killed Kathleen Peterson, the subject of the HBO Max true-crime series “The Staircase” — but she’s OK with that

(Wrap Women)

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