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    We are very happy to say that after a while of no gallery updates at all, we came back with a HUGE update on the recent events Cate has attended. You can check seven galleries with HQ pictures of the latest events. Click on the links below to visit the destinated album. 2020 APPEARANCES & […]

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    She is one of Hollywood’s most celebrated actresses with a career spanning more than two decades. And Cate Blanchett looked nothing short of sensational as she arrived at the Fayre of St James Christmas Carol Concert at St James’s Church in Piccadilly, London on Tuesday. The film star, 50, cut an incredibly stylish figure for […]

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    Cate Blanchett flew the flag for sustainable fashion yesterday at the Harper’s Bazaar Women of the Year Awards by re-wearing one of her favourite red-carpet looks – a sparkling Armani Privé jumpsuit. While most celebrities choose new outfits for each red-carpet appearance, Blanchett decided to demonstrate a more responsible approach to style by taking her […]

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    The Academy Award-winner, Cate Blanchett, was suitably dressed for the occasion in a crisp white shirt, a tailored black suit jacket and pants and black brogues. Cate secured her locks back off her face, sported stylish reading glasses and opted for natural look makeup. The mother-of-four told reporters that ‘it is time to act’ and […]

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    Cate Blanchett attended the “Where’d You Go Bernadette” movie screening in New York at Metrograph in August, 12. Check the red carpet pictures and also the pictures to her arriving to the event as well. 2019 > “Where’d You Go, Bernadette” New York Screening at Metrograph 2019 > Outside the Metrograph on August 12, 2019

  • 04.05.2020

    The pandemic has given fans an unprecedented peek inside celebrity homes — and at celebrity bookshelves. As stars film talk show appearances, comedy specials, and benefits at home, many are setting up their cameras in home offices, giving viewers a fascinating look at their bookshelves. That means we know more of what stars like Cate […]


    Since its Canadian premiere two weeks ago, FX’s Mrs. America has drawn near universal praise from critics. The nine-part mini-series explores the 1970s conservative campaign against the Equal Rights Amendment, dividing its time between the second-wave feminists who fought for it (including Rose Byrne’s Gloria Steinem and Tracey Ullman’s Betty Friedan) and the staunchly right-wing founder of STOP […]


    Oscar winner Cate Blachett is about to star as 1970s anti-feminist Phyllis Schlafly on Foxtel’s new mini-series, Mrs America. Speaking to Sunday Life this week, the 50-year-old actress reflected on the state of contemporary feminism – saying not that much has changed. Cate revealed she was recently asked a question on marriage and career in an interview, which […]


    Production has begun in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on Guillermo del Toro’s remake of Nightmare Alley and we have our first look from the movie.  TheDailyMail has posted the first stunning set photos showing-off lead actresses Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara in fantastic period costumes during a scene shot on Thursday, the pair previously starred together in the […]


    Mrs. America takes a look at the history of intersectional feminism (or the lack thereof) in the roots of the movement, with Uso Aduba taking on the role of Shirley Chisholm, the first African American woman in Congress who launched a presidential campaign in the early 70s. Asked about the fight for intersectional feminism, Aduba […]


    Cate Blanchett used her Golden Globes speech to highlight Australia’s bushfire crisis, and the link between climate change and worsening bushfires. The unprecedented fire season has so far burned through 8.4 million hectares across Australia, destroyed thousands of homes and killed 23 people. On Sunday night, Australian actress thanked volunteer firefighters and drew attention to […]

    Cate's latest projects
  • Lucy and Desi (2020)
    The life and career of television pioneer, Lucille Ball.
  • Nightmare Alley (2020)
    A corrupt con-man teams up with a female psychiatrist to trick people into giving them money. A remake of the 1947 film.
  • Mrs. America (2020)
    Conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly leads an unexpected fight against the Equal Rights Amendment movement during the 1970s.
  • Stateless (2020)
    A look at how four peoples' lives are deeply affected by the world's current immigration systems.
  • Sweet Tooth (2019)
    Set in 1780, Sweet Tooth is a dark and magical fairy tale film inspired by the classic story of Hansel and Gretel by the Brothers Grimm.
  • Where'd You Go, Bernadette (2019)
    A loving mom becomes compelled to reconnect with her creative passions after years of sacrificing herself for her family.
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    Cate Blanchett and some co-stars of “Where’d You Go Bernadette” visited the Build Series at the Build Studio to talk about the movie. They gave an awesome interview and shared some info about the movie as well. You can watch the interview below and you can check the pictures in our gallery.  2019 > […]


    Cate Blanchett attended the “Where’d You Go Bernadette” movie screening in New York at Metrograph in August, 12. Check the red carpet pictures and also the pictures to her arriving to the event as well. 2019 > “Where’d You Go, Bernadette” New York Screening at Metrograph 2019 > Outside the Metrograph on August 12, 2019


    It’s safe to say Cate Blanchett point blank refuses to let Hollywood define her. Whether it’s endlessly swapping between hair colours (brown to blonde in two weeks, anyone?) or playing seriously iconic women (Queen Elizabeth I and an elf, to name just a few), she defies being typecast. And we love her for it. Catching […]


    Cate Blanchett does not play nice. Her performances almost always hinge on the unhinged. Although she is nothing if not regal—audiences will forever remember her as Queen Elizabeth I, a part that earned her the first of her seven Oscar nominations—Blanchett has never backed away from malice and mania, or what she describes as the […]

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