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Because Isla has had a busy year this year, I thought it would be fun to do a Best of 2012 post – as we finally have some things to pick ‘bests’ of!
It’s been a Fisher fantastic year for fans, with Isla having two films released this year – Bachelorette and Rise Of The Guardians – and promoting them both. She started off her 2012 in Sundance, where raunchy comedy Bachelorette was premiered with co-stars Kirsten Dunst and Lizzy Caplan. The film was one of the most talked about of the festival, and Isla took part in photoshoots and interviews for it. We were treated to another sighting of Isla a few months later, when she turned up to support her husband’s movie The Dictator at its London premiere. She looked fresh in a pale blue Dolce & Gabbana mini dress, showing off her great figure. A few weeks later Isla took a trip to the Cannes Film Festival where her new animated comedy Rise Of The Guardians was screened. Isla and co-stars Chris Pine and Alec Baldwin took part in a Q&A for the film, and Isla also attended the Calvin Klein Women In Film event with good friend Naomi Watts.
Malone’s Movie Minute: Alec Baldwin and Isla Fisher talk Rise of the Guardians A minute with Alec Baldwin and Isla Fisher from the animated flick ”Rise of the Guardians”. Alec tries his best Aussie accent, Isla reveals that most Americans aren’t aware she’s Australian, and Alec teaches me some animation voice 101… making embarrassing noises.
Rise Of The Guardians finished 4th in the weekend US box office, behind Twilight at #1, Skyfall at #2, and Lincoln at #3.
In fourth place, Rise of the Guardians badly missed expectations, with $24.0 million in its first three days and $32.4 million over five. DreamWorks Animation’s $145 million film (distributed by Paramount), which united Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy, and Jack Frost became the studio’s worst animated opening since 2006?s Flushed Away, a collaboration with Aardman Animation. Supporters of the 3-D film have already pointed out that Guardians opened in the same range as 2004?s The Polar Express, which began with a soft $23.3 million but chugged along as it neared Christmas and eventually found $162.8 million. Still, Polar Express opened two weekends before Thanksgiving, not on the lucrative weekend. Rise of the Guardians, out in 3,653 theaters, was poised for a much better debut, yet it earned less in five days than recent DreamWorks Animation tales like Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted ($60.3 million debut) and Puss in Boots ($34.1 million) earned in three. Paramount will no doubt hope that the film’s “A” CinemaScore grade will lead to strong word-of-mouth in coming weeks.
1. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 – $43.1 million ($64.0 million in five days)
2. Skyfall – $36.0 million ($51.1 million)
3. Lincoln – $25.0 million ($34.1 million)
4. Rise of the Guardians – $24.0 million ($32.6 million)
5. Life of Pi – $22.0 million ($30.2 million)
6. Wreck-It Ralph – $16.8 million ($23.0 million)
7. Red Dawn – $14.6 million ($22.0 million)
Another three new promotional interviews for Rise Of The Guardians have been added to our Press page, entitled ‘Funny Girl’, ‘Isla Fisher tells the ‘tooth’ about Rise of the Guardians’, and ‘Isla Fisher on her new Christmas film’. Enjoy the reading!