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Cate covers W Magazine – Movie Issue

Posted by Annie on
January 8th, 2014

Cate Blanchett is one of the six covers for the February issue of W Magazine – “the Movie Issue”, here’s the cover, one picture from inside and a behind scenes photo! I’ll post scans from it when I get them.

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2014 New York Film Critics Circle Awards Pictures

Posted by Annie on
January 7th, 2014

Hello everyone! Quick update, I plan to do a full catch up this week!

Cate attended the 2013 New York Film Critics Circle Awards yesterday where she was chosen as Best Actress for Blue Jasmine. Here are pictures:

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Scans from Vogue US, Elle Quebec & Harper’s Bazaar Ukraine, all issues from January 2014. Plus 2 High Quality Photoshoot pictures from the Vogue Editorial, thanks Renee from Jonathan Groff Source:

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How To Train Your Dragon 2 First Trailer

Posted by Annie on
December 19th, 2013

The first Trailer for How To Train Your Dragon 2 is out. Cate voices Valka.

Critics Choice Awards Nominations

Posted by Annie on
December 18th, 2013

Cate Blanchett has been nominated as Best Actress for the 19th Annual Critics Choice Awards for her role in Blue Jasmine.

Blue Jasmine has also been nominated for Best Original Screenplay.

The Critics Choice Awards winners will be announced on January 16th, 2014.

Vogue is the Cover of January Issue of Vogue, here’s the gorgeous new photoshoot and the video “Slow Motion”

After six years running Australia’s premier theater company, Cate Blanchett is back, courting Oscar with her brilliant performance in Blue Jasmine and starring in George Clooney’s Monuments Men. And that’s only the beginning.

Cate Blanchett has a peculiar relationship to time—to hours, to years. She does not, for example, know how old her mother is. “I guess if I analyze it I could work it out in relation to my own age,” she says, “but it’s a piece of information that my brain won’t let me compute.” At another point, we get to talking about answering machines, back when they still had microcassettes in them, and when I pinpoint the year I first bought one as 1988, she says, “That recently?”

So it should come as no surprise that on a balmy night in late October, when I’m supposed to meet Blanchett at a theater in southeast London, she is late. The Menier Chocolate Factory, which sits hard by London Bridge, is one of those homey, unpretentious venues, part pub, part theater, that could be in Minneapolis, say, or Amsterdam. I arrive too early, so I get a drink at the lobby bar and wander around the room reading old posters. The place quickly fills up with happy ticket holders, eagerly waiting to be let into their seats, and at the exact moment I find myself staring at a sign that says, “No latecomers admitted. Absolutely no exceptions,” my cellphone rings.

“It’s Cate,” she says, as if that gravelly voice could be anyone else’s. She tells me that her driver, Peter, is “driving like a demon,” but that she is “realistically, 25 minutes out.” Curtain is in fifteen minutes, I say. “I’ve been trying to see this play for weeks,” she says. “This is the story of my life.” Pause. “Do they admit latecomers?” I read the sign to her. “Oh, dear. Is there an intermission?” Yes, I say. “Well, that’s a bit churlish of them.” We agree that I will stay put and she hangs up.

And that is when I have to decide: Do I tell the theater that Cate Blanchett, one of the world’s greatest living stage actresses, is the latecomer? Won’t the cast be disappointed when they find out that the rules couldn’t be bent just a little? Just this once? On the other hand, I think, maybe Blanchett, who is famously low-key and has run a theater herself, wouldn’t dream of asking anyone to hold the curtain for her. Maybe that’s an uncool thing to do in her world. After a few minutes, I head for the box office to tell the shy young girl that my late date is Cate. Her eyes widen and she scurries off. Within seconds, the stage manager, a can-do woman with a headset, appears in front of me. “How late is she?” Five minutes, I lie. “I will hold the curtain for as long as I can,” she says. Ten minutes later, Blanchett comes bounding up the steps, two at a time, and we are hustled to our seats without even saying hello. As the lights go down, she puts her arm around my shoulders, gives them a good firm squeeze, and calls me “Ace.”

To read the full article, buy the January issue of Vogue, on newstands nationwide Tuesday, December 24.

Cate Blanchett covers Vogue US January 2014

Posted by Annie on
December 14th, 2013

One more cover for Cate, this time with a new editorial and photoshoot, here’s the cover and preview, thanks to I’ll post a full editorial if I get it!

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Elle Canada January 2014 Scans

Posted by Annie on
December 14th, 2013

Hello everyone! Cate is on the cover of Canadian Elle for the January 2014 issue, here are scans:

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71st Golden Globe Awards Nominations

Posted by Annie on
December 12th, 2013

And one more nomination for Cate Blanchett, this time for the 71st Golden Globe Awards, in the Best Actress Drama category for her role in Blue Jasmine.

Her co-star in Blue Jasmine, Sally Hawkins, has also been nominated for Best Supporting Actress.

The Awards will be announced on January 12th, 2014.

2014 Screen Actors Guild Awards Nominations

Posted by Annie on
December 12th, 2013

Cate Blanchett has been nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role for the 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, for her role in Blue Jasmine.

The 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards will air on January 18th.

The $100,000 prize went to UAE filmmaker Waleed Al Shehhi for his family drama “Dolphins.”

DUBAI – The second day of the Dubai International Film Festival concluded Saturday evening with the IWC Filmmaker award and its jury headed by Cate Blanchett. The event was a collaboration with Swiss watch makers IWC Schaffhausen.

The awards saw $100,000 presented to one of four nominated Arab film projects as Blanchett presided for the second year running, having done so in 2012 for IWC’s inaugural event in Dubai.

“We had such a robust collection of submission,” said the actress at the award’s red carpet opening, held away from the festival’s main center in the plush The One & Only Royal Palm resort.

“The short list was very sophisticated, unique and diverse. It was a terribly hard decision.”

The decision eventually went to UAE filmmaker Waleed Al Shehhi for his family drama Dolphins, written by local author and poet Ahmed Salmeen. The title beat out Kuwaiti project How I Got There by Zeyad Alhusaini, Hussein Al-Riffaei’s Bahraini feature Siege and U.S.-based film A Reverence For Spiders, by Saudi director Faiza Ambah.

Al Shehhi said that with the funding he hoped to start work on his film early next year. More Photos

Coming just 24 hours after the 10thedition of the film festival kicked off, the IWC Filmmaker Award welcomed many of the same faces that had graced the opening ceremony the night earlier.


Cate attends the IWC Filmmakers Awards “For The Love of Cinema” at the 10th Annual Dubai International Film Festival, here are pictures:

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Cate is back at the Dubai International Film Festival, here are pictures of the Opening Gala:

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The New York Times presents the year’s best performers star in 11 original (very) short films directed by Oscar-winning cinematographer Janusz Kaminski.

Cate Blanchett has won the Best Actress Award for her role in Blue Jasmine at the 2013 New York Film Critics Awards.

Congratulations to Cate and her brilliant performance!

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