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 Blanchett, Paul Rudd, Amy Poehler, and Anna Wintour are reading — and the favorite volumes they keep displayed on their shelves.

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The New York Times took a close look at several celebrity videos to figure out what’s on their bookshelves.

When Cate, 50, was on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on April 15, she set up in front of a colorful bookshelf that shows that the actress is a fan of nonfiction — and the English language.

Her bookshelf includes all 20 volumes of The Oxford English Dictionary, which sell for $1,298.99 (£1,045.300) at Target.

Also on her shelf is Postcapitalism by Paul Mason, as well as Moscow 1937 by Karl Schlögel.

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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 ERA, Phyllis Schlafly (Cate Blanchett).

Yet as audiences have had time to catch up with the series, Mrs. America has also spawned something of a debate as to how it positions Schlafly, and the problems that come with compressing history into easily bingeable entertainment.

In a joint interview this past week with The Globe and Mail, Blanchett and Mrs. America executive producer Stacey Sher spoke about the politics of adaptation.

Now that the series is out there in the world, how do you feel about the critical reaction to it?

Cate Blanchett It’s funny when it’s a very specific period of history, and you think it’s a finite, hermetically sealed investigation. But this is so keyed into issues people are thinking about right now. Not just women, but the grand inequity we have come to tolerate in society.

Stacey Sher We’re thrilled that it’s created a discussion, and I think that it’s funny to look back at the seventies as a much more inclusive time, at least ideologically, because none of us realized that mainstream Republicans then were pro-ERA and pro-choice. It’s hard to imagine a time when the U.S. political structure wasn’t so polarized, and had real and thoughtful debates.

Blanchett The notion of public discourse being a conversation and discussion, and being able to have long-form nuanced discussions about very important subjects … it doesn’t feel like we have those public platforms any more, as much as social media promised it would be.

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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 angered her.

‘Here we are in 2020 and we’re still being asked those same questions that my male counterparts just do not get asked,’ she said.

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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 romantic drama Carol. 

In NIGHTMARE ALLEY, an ambitious young carny (Bradley Cooper) with a talent for manipulating people with a few well-chosen words hooks up with a female psychiatrist (Cate Blanchett) who is even more dangerous than he is.

The rest of the stunning cast consists of Bradley Cooper, Toni Collette, Willem Dafoe, Ron Perlman, Holt McCallany, David Strathairn, and Richard Jenkins. 

HN Entertainment first broke the news that filming would begin January 2020 in Toronto along with our reporting now confirmed that Nightmare Alley’s production team will include cinematographer Dan Lausten (The Shape of Water), production designer Tamarra Deverell, supervising art director Brandt Gordon, and costume designer Luis Sequeira. 

Nightmare Alley is expected to wrap production on May 13th with a release date from Searchlight Pictures expected for fall/winter. 

It’s possible that filming could move over to various other Canadian cities close by including Hamilton, Ontario, Canada which was used during the filming of The Shape of Water. 

SOURCE: DAILY MAIL 

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 said, “I think it is something that we’re still battling on a real level, but I think the difference between now vs then is that the women’s movement is cognizant of it.”

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 the “climate disaster” that has made the country’s fire season longer and more intense. Blanchett, who was presenting an award, used her speech to give thanks to volunteer firefighters, and draw attention to the global “climate disaster”.

“There are a lot of Australians in the room tonight,” she said.

I know we are all very grateful for the call-outs to our fellow compatriots who are suffering under the bushfires, so thank you. I wanted to do a special call-out to the volunteer firefighters who have been at the centre of battling the climate disaster that is facing Australia. And of course, when one country faces a climate disaster, we all face a climate disaster, so we’re in it together, so thank you very much.

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 the event, which was hosted by the Quintessentially Foundation and the Crown Estate in aid of The Felix Project.

Cate donned a black velvet blazer which she paired with a matching turtle neck top. The actress also wore black trousers and added height to her frame with a pair of black heels. Styling her blonde locks into loose waves, Cate completed her look for the charity event with a white clutch bag.

Also in attendance at the concert was Benedict Cumberbatch who looked dapper in a dark waistcoat with matching trousers.

You can check all the pictures in our gallery.

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 beloved beaded Armani look for a second public spin. The Oscar-winning actress – who was given the Philanthropy Award at last night’s ceremony – teamed the shimmering jumpsuit with a wide waist belt and Stephen Webster jewellery for extra glamour.

Blanchett first wore the piece in 2014 for a Giorgio Armani celebration honouring Martin Scorsese and Paolo Sorrentino. Her stylist, Elizabeth Stewart, shared an image of both looks on Instagram, saying it’s a piece that “deserves to be worn again and again”.

You can also check the event pictures in our gallery:

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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 that ‘the world can end statelessness’. Cate also interviewed former stateless refugee in Brazil, Maha Mamo. The global campaign titled #IBelong was created in 2014 by UN chief Antonio Guterres. Stateless people, who are not recognised as belonging to any country, often lack access to basic resources such as healthcare and education. Cate was appointed the UN refugee agency’s Goodwill ambassador in 2016.

At the time, the Elizabeth actress said in an official statement: ‘I am deeply proud to take on this role,’ adding that ‘there has never been a more crucial time to stand with refugees and show solidarity’. ‘We are living through an unprecedented crisis, and there must be shared responsibility worldwide,’ she added. Statistics obtained by the UNHCR revealed that in 2015, 60 million people globally had been displaced from their home, and over one third were also living as refugees.

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.

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.












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