Cate Blanchett at the Louis Vuitton Masters Dinner

Cate Blanchett attends the ‘Louis Vuitton Masters: a collaboration with Jeff Koons’ dinner at Musee du Louvre on April 11, 2017 in Paris, France. You can go to the gallery to take a look to the photos. Please, credit this site if you take the pics.

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Louis Vuitton Masters : A Collaboration with Jeff Koons
April 11st, 2017



New photos of Cate Blanchett added

Cate Blanchett attends her Caricature Unveiling at Sardi’s on March 14, 2017 in New York City. You can go to the gallery to take a look to the photos.

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Cate Blanchett’s Sardi’s Portraits Unveiling



Thor: Ragnarok: Meet Cate Blanchett’s Hela, the franchise’s first female villain

Cate Blanchett doesn’t really feel like she needs to explain her character Hela in Thor: Ragnarok — she’s the Goddess of Death. Quips the actress, “I think that’s where you put the period in the sentence, right? She arrives with a lot of baggage. She’s a little bit cross.”

Hela is more than “a little bit cross” as she is freed from her prison early in Ragnarok and causes all sorts of chaos befitting her name. “She’s been locked away for millennia, getting more and more cross, and then, with a mistake, she get unleashed and she ain’t getting back in that box,” says Blanchett.

Hela may be a monster, but Blanchett is a delight and clearly had a blast tapping into her dark side. EW talked to the two time Oscar-winner about playing Thor’s first female villain and making weapons out of her body.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: What made you want to be part of this?
CATE BLANCHETT: Well let’s face it: as a woman, these opportunities have not in the past come up very frequently and I think there’s a revolution happening from within Marvel. I’ve seen so many of the Marvel franchises, particularly being the mother of four. They tend to be the only type of film particularly having young boys. But for me as an actor, this is separate is my desire to work with [director] Taika Waititi.

How did he sell you on this?
Well I had seen his vampire movie [What We Do in the Shadows] and Hunt for the Wilderpeople. I was trying to get my head around the collision of his sensibility as a director and what had previously existed in the Thor franchise and I thought that’s going to be interesting to say the least and I thought it could produce an interesting combustible connection because tonally his work is so different from what previously existed. Obviously they wanted to do something fresh and different, which is always exciting. Read More



Cate Blanchett – Thor: Ragnarok First Look Photo

I have added the first photos of Cate Blanchett as Hela to the gallery. Can’t wait to get more stuff, trailers and everything from the movie.

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Thor: Ragnarök (2017) > Movie Stills



Cate at The United Nations Women for Peace Association’s Annual Awards Luncheon

Cate Blanchett attended The United Nations Women for Peace Association’s Annual Awards Luncheon on March 10, 2017 in New York City. You can go to the gallery to take a look and enjoy the photos.

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The United Nations Women for Peace Association’s Annual Awards Luncheon



Cate Blanchett: Entertainment Weekly

I have added the scans for Entertainment Weekly (March 17-24, 2017) featured Thor: Ragnarok to the gallery. Sadly, just a small still of Cate but you can take a look to the article.

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Entertainment Weekly (March 17th, 2017)



New photos of Cate Blanchett added

I have added some photos of Cate Blanchett visiting ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’ at Ed Sullivan Theater on March 2, 2017 in New York City. You can go to the gallery to take a look to the photos. Don’t forget to watch the episode tonight!!!!

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March 02nd, 2017



Cate Blanchett lip-synchs to You Don’t Own Me at New York drag show – video

At a benefit to end gun violence organised by the Newtown Action Alliance, Cate Blanchett took to the stage at New York’s historic Stonewall Inn wearing a sparkling gold bra, a blazer and glittering red lips – with her husband Andrew Upton among those in the crowd.

The Australian actor lip-synched to Dusty Springfield’s take on You Don’t Own Me, before returning to the stage for Margeaux Powell’s performance of Adele’s Hello, donning a pink ‘pussy hat’ – the knitted beanies that were prevalent throughout the Women’s March on Washington. [Source]