Isla Fisher brought her two daughters, Olivie and Elula Cohen, to a park in France yesterday. The girls tackled the rides and a minitrain during a couple hours free of work for Isla. She's in the South of France chatting up her movie Rise of the Guardians during the Cannes Film Festival, and earlier yesterday, joined costars Chris Pine and Alec Baldwin for a press conference about the animated holiday release. Isla's husband Sacha Baron Cohen is also making the rounds at the cinema celebration. Sacha's at Cannes as the Dictator and made his usual stir yesterday by arriving on the Croisette atop a camel. He then threw on a swimsuit for a PR stunt on a yacht. Sacha roped a bikini-clad Elisabetta Canalis into horsing around for the cameras.
Isla Fisher held on tight to her youngest daughter, Elula, as they went down a slide at a Central Park playground yesterday. Dad Sacha Baron Cohen and their oldest child, Olive, weren't along for the fun afternoon, though Sacha was represented on Isla's shirt. She wore a tee that featured a picture of Sacha as his Dictator character, General Aladeen. The controversial movie hits theaters next week, and Sacha has already been busy promoting the project. He made a surprise appearance in full costume on SNL over the weekend and was back in his general gear to stop by the Today show this morning. Soon focus will shift to Isla, who has her own movie coming out this year, with The Great Gatsby scheduled for a holiday release.
Isla Fisher stopped by the children's play place The Coop in Studio City, CA, with her daughters, Olive and Elula, yesterday. The fun girls' outing came after Isla made a solo trip to a hair salon on Wednesday. She's back on the West Coast following a stint in NYC, where she filmed Now You See Me. Her husband, Sacha Baron Cohen, has his own big-screen project, The Dictator, scheduled for a May 11 release. Sacha showed off his over-the-top character on the red carpet at the Oscars, but he's since moved on to his next role in Les Miserables. Sacha will play Monsieur Thénardier in the musical, which is currently filming in London.
Isla Fisher left a children's gym in West Hollywood today with her youngest daughter, Elula. Despite the gloomy weather the girls ventured out for an early morning playdate with friends. Isla's been spotted running errands around LA and taking meetings, but it's her husband, Sacha Baron Cohen, who's been the talk of the town in recent weeks. Sacha is rumored to be playing Les Miserables' Thénardier, in the big-screen adaption of the classic musical. There's still no confirmation from Cohen or the film's director Tom Hooper; however, major stars like Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, and Anne Hathaway have already signed onto the production.
Isla Fisher carried Elula to their car in LA yesterday. The busy mom had her hands full with her daughter and a variety of beverages, including a Perrier, a bottle of milk, and an iced drink. Isla and her family returned to the West Coast after spending most of October in Isla's native Australia. The foursome relocated Down Under while Isla filmed The Great Gatsby with costars Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire. She took a break from the cameras to celebrate husband Sacha Baron Cohen's 40th birthday with a boat ride.
Isla has since switched gears from the big-screen adaptation of The Great Gatsby to a cameo on Bored to Death, which aired last week. Sacha has his own project in the spotlight as well since his children's movie, Hugo, hit theaters over the Thanksgiving holiday.
Sacha Baron Cohen's 40th birthday is today! To mark the special occasion, Sacha and his wife, Isla Fisher, brought their two daughters along for a walk in a Sydney park and a boat ride along the harbor. Later, Isla and Sacha emerged with a friend for an adults-only go-round on the vessel. The Baron Cohen-Fisher clan is in Isla's native Australia, so she can finish up work on The Great Gatsby. Her time on set may be extra sparkly, as Tiffany is providing jewels to the Baz Luhrmann-directed picture, including one-of-a-kind headpieces and necklaces. Isla was also just on set in NYC shooting a comedy with Kirsten Dunst and Lizzy Caplan. While doing press for her own movie Melancholia, Kirsten raved about Isla. Kirsten said, "I love her, she's amazing. We had the best time. Also Lizzy Caplan was in the film and us three girls got along so well. We had a great time together. . . . We worked really long hours and really hard, because it's an independent film, so we didn't have a lot of time to shoot. It was very quick."
Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher arrived at the Sydney airport yesterday with their daughters, Olive and Elula. The family is in Isla's home country following a stint in NYC, where Sacha shot his new movie The Dictator. Isla also logged time on the set of Bachelorette with Kirsten Dunst and James Marsden. In addition to giving Olive and Elula a chance to say hello to their Fisher relatives, the Cohen-Fishers' time Down Under will allow Isla a chance to meet up with the cast of The Great Gatsby. Isla was in character as Myrtle Wilson back in August, but production on the Baz Luhrman adaptation of the classic Fitzgerald book has continued in the months since for her costars Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey Maguire. Newly single Leonardo DiCaprio has been in Australia working and dealing with his breakup from Blake Lively. He might not be single for long, though. Leo's already linked to Alyce Crawford, a 20-something who's appeared on Australia's Next Top Model.
Isla Fisher and Sacha Baron Cohen spent sunny Saturday in Manhattan with their youngest daughter, Elula. The proud parents stopped for coffee before relaxing on a bench, where Isla sipped her drink and Sacha kept Elula entertained in her stroller. Isla and Sacha have been spending most of the Summer in the Big Apple, splitting their time between outings with Elula and her big sister, Olive, and their varied acting commitments. Isla recently made a cameo on HBO's series Bored to Death, while Sacha was spotted shooting his latest film, The Dictator, around town. Isla will make a return to the movie set herself when she starts work on The Great Gatsby. The newest big-screen version of the classic novel will also star Leonardo DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan.
Isla Fisher hit the streets of NYC with her father, Brian, and her two daughters yesterday. She kept her youngest, Elula, close while her dad pushed Olive around in a stroller. Isla and her family have been on the East Coast for the last few months while she and husband Sacha Baron Cohen take care of work obligations. Isla was spotted filming an episode of Bored to Death in Coney Island while Sacha's been getting into his silly character on the set of The Dictator. The busy mom will be back in front of the cameras again soon, though, to start The Great Gatsby alongside Leonardo DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan.
Isla Fisher had the help of a buddy yesterday as she brought her daughters, Oliva and Elula Cohen, to FAO Schwarz. The actress and her family have been hanging out in the Big Apple for the last few weeks, and it seems they are already acquainted with city's most fun spots. Isla visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art for the Costume Institute Gala, then explored some West Village hangouts for lunch with her pal Naomi Watts. Isla also took a solo Summer stroll two days ago, looking ready for warm temperatures in a floral sundress. She's gearing up to start working on The Great Gatsby with costar Leonardo DiCaprio, who's been enjoying a break between projects over in Europe with friends like Naomi Campbell and his new love interest, Blake Lively.