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October 1st, 2018 / No Comments

Cate Blanchett attends the UNHCR’s Nansen Refugee Award in Geneva, Switzerland, 01 October 2018. First photos have been added and you can go to the gallery to take a look.



September 27th, 2018 / No Comments

With its mix of magic and mystery, The House with a Clock in its Walls – the first in the series of books by John Bellairs – has been compared to another master of magic, Harry Potter. Is it all an illusion?

“Doing this film was the happiest I’ve ever been on set,” says Cate Blanchett, flashing her familiar cat-got-the-cream smile, as she animatedly chats about her bewitching role as Florence Zimmerman, in the kids’ fantasy The House With a Clock in Its Walls.

It’s a surprising admission, given Blanchett’s penchant for dramatic, weighty film roles, beguiling theatre performances and her triumphant, Oscar-winning portrayals in The Aviator and Blue Jasmine.

“I loved playing a witch and loved doing this film because magic makes me scream,” she reveals, her eyes widening with unbridled excitement. “I have a cousin, who’s ten years older than me, and he’s also obsessed with magic. When I was a kid, we used to go to his family’s farm and we’d lock him in a room and make him perform magic for us. It was just stupid things, like pretending to take your nose off or cutting a lemon and out comes the card that you’ve picked, but I adored it.

“So, I was thrilled by the prospect of working on a film full of magic, based on a book that I’d known – and loved – from my childhood,” continues Blanchett, passionately. “I found the whole experience enthralling.”

“It was the same for me,” adds Jack Black, who co-stars with Blanchett as her madcap, mystical Warlock neighbour, Jonathan Barnavelt. “I like to do films that I have an opportunity to flex my muscles in, so getting the chance to play someone with magical powers and create an invisible energy ball, right in my hand, was a fun first. It was a great experience, one of the funniest films I’ve ever done.”

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September 27th, 2018 / No Comments



September 27th, 2018 / No Comments

Finally, I have added the HQ scans of Cate Blanchett from Vanity Fair Italy, October 03, 2018 issue. So, you can go to the gallery and enjoy the scans. Don’t forget to buy the magazine!



September 26th, 2018 / No Comments

Cate Blanchett and Jack Black are trying to talk to me without moving their lips.

Except the word lips is actually really tricky to say in this manner, and they soon crack up laughing.

Some might think these two Hollywood stars – one (Black) known for more comic roles, the other more serious – are an odd pairing. But it’s clear from their joking around that they had fun filming together.

And they’re hilarious to watch as witch Florence and warlock Jonathan, in new fantasy adventure A House With A Clock In Its Walls. Particularly memorable are their one-liner insults to each other, some of which California-born Black, 49, says were improvised.

“‘Mush brush’ was my favourite,” Australian Blanchett, also 49, recalls with a grin. “It’s so easy to think up insults for men with facial hair.”

From Steven Spielberg’s production company Amblin Entertainment, the film is based on John Bellairs’ 1973 novel, and starts with orphan Lewis (Owen Vaccaro) moving to live with his uncle in a creaky old house.

“What I love about Florence, and Jonathan as well, is that their magic is broken, because they’ve both had tragedies in their lives,” says Blanchett, an Oscar-winner whose memorable roles include The Aviator, Carol, and the Lord Of The Rings trilogy.

“The strength, ingenuity and weirdness of this little boy that comes into their lives gives them courage to use their magic again.”

Lewis quickly realises his new home is far from ordinary, as Florence and Jonathan introduce him to a world full of spells, and a quest to discover the source of a mysterious tick tock noise coming from within the walls.

When the trio realise that, if the clock goes off inside the house, it’s going to send time backwards to before human beings even existed, it could well be down to Lewis to save them all.

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September 25th, 2018 / No Comments

Cate Blanchett covers Vanity Fair Italy, on stands the next October 3, 2018. Don’t forget to buy the magazine. Below you can read a part of the interview. Will add the scans as soon as I get these.

Cate Blanchett: «Il futuro che vorrei costruire»

Si dichiara femminista, e sa che «c’è ancora tanto da fare». Ma, dice, non è necessario radere al suolo il passato. È più importante credere nell’inclusione. Di tutte le «minoranze»

Qui un estratto dell’intervista di copertina pubblicata sul numero 39 di «Vanity Fair», in edicola fino al 3 ottobre 2018.

Cate Blanchett si è rotta un dito del piede poco prima di posare per le foto che vedete in queste pagine e di rilasciare l’intervista che state per leggere.
Niente di grave, incerti del mestiere. Il dito se lo è rotto saltando con troppa forza nell’enfasi interpretativa di un episodio di Documentary Now!, una serie ideata dagli stessi produttori dello show comico Saturday Night Live. Cate è stata chiamata a fare la parodia di un’artista-performer stile Marina Abramović.
«Una parodia o un omaggio?», si domanda, sorridendo, la splendida Cate durante questo nostro incontro, in qualità di global ambassador di Giorgio Armani Beauty.
Negli ultimi mesi, sui tappeti rossi – da Cannes, dove era presidente della giuria, a Venezia – è apparsa ancora più splendida e carismatica del solito, come se avesse raggiunto lo zenit dello stato di grazia e consapevolezza, capace di maneggiare alla perfezione, unica della sua specie, i segreti del divismo e del talento, della popolarità di massa e dell’indiscusso rispetto di registi, artisti, colleghi.

Tema del giorno: l’industria del cinema che cambia, le polemiche pro e contro Netflix. Lei come la vede?
«Lo streaming è una novità dirompente che serve ad aprire a un nuovo pubblico e a generare nuove forme di consumo del cinema. Probabilmente era anche una evoluzione inevitabile e necessaria, perché ha messo in discussione un sistema che si stava avvitando su se stesso: stessi film, sequel e prequel, stessi cliché e stesse strategie di marketing. Ma non ha senso dire che il cinema in sala non esiste più, queste esperienze possono coesistere. I festival, per esempio, continuano ad avere un grande valore perché hanno quel sapore di “evento” che inevitabilmente si perde se guardi un film a letto, in pigiama, addentando una pizza. Ma le cose diventano irrilevanti solo quando… diventano irrilevanti. E il cinema non lo è ancora».

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September 24th, 2018 / No Comments

Oceans 8 has been nominated for a Peoples Choice Awards. You can go to vote for this movie. Voting ends on Friday, Oct. 19, so don’t forget to cast your vote now.

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September 24th, 2018 / No Comments

Cate Blanchett took a break from the promotional tour for her new film, “The House With a Clock in Its Walls,” to travel to Milan with her son Roman for a weekend of fashion-related events.

At the Giorgio Armani show on Sunday morning, the 14-year-old boy warmly hugged Roberta Armani, the niece of the designer, and practiced Italian greetings with TV presenter Jo Squillo.

“We were overdue for a mother-son weekend and it was kind of a great confluence of events, really,” said Blanchett, who the previous evening attended parties hosted by W magazine and Pomellato, and also planned to go to the Green Carpet Fashion Awards on Sunday night.

The Giorgio Armani global beauty ambassador plays a witch opposite Jack Black in her new fantasy comedy, and she welcomed the way women are reclaiming the term.

The Australian actress was enjoying a weekend break in Milan with her son Roman.
By Joelle Diderich on September 23, 2018

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CASTING A SPELL: Cate Blanchett took a break from the promotional tour for her new film, “The House With a Clock in Its Walls,” to travel to Milan with her son Roman for a weekend of fashion-related events.

At the Giorgio Armani show on Sunday morning, the 14-year-old boy warmly hugged Roberta Armani, the niece of the designer, and practiced Italian greetings with TV presenter Jo Squillo.

“We were overdue for a mother-son weekend and it was kind of a great confluence of events, really,” said Blanchett, who the previous evening attended parties hosted by W magazine and Pomellato, and also planned to go to the Green Carpet Fashion Awards on Sunday night.

The Giorgio Armani global beauty ambassador plays a witch opposite Jack Black in her new fantasy comedy, and she welcomed the way women are reclaiming the term.

“I think it’s long had negative connotations or frightening connotations but, you know, we live in England where it’s quite a pagan country in a lot of ways, and witches were people that you went to for healing purposes, so they actually have incredibly ancient power and wisdom,” she mused.

Blanchett is gearing up to play comedian Lucille Ball in a biopic, but she hasn’t yet found her Desi Arnaz. “Aaron Sorkin is writing, and I think he’s delivering the script sometime soon, but I don’t know when, where or how,” she demurred.

Patrick Schwarzenegger, fresh off celebrating his 25th birthday earlier in the week, recently wrapped filming “Daniel Isn’t Real,” in which he plays the main character’s imaginary friend.

“It’s about a guy who’s kind of schizophrenic, who has voices in his head, and he develops this relationship with this voice in his head, his imaginary friend,” he explained.

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September 24th, 2018 / No Comments

More photos of Cate Blanchett attending the Green Carpet Fashion Awards at Teatro Alla Scala on September 23, 2018 in Milan, have been added to the gallery.



September 24th, 2018 / No Comments

Some new photos of Cate Blanchett have been added.



September 23rd, 2018 / No Comments

Cate Blanchett attends the Green Carpet Fashion Awards at Teatro Alla Scala on September 23, 2018 in Milan. First photos have been added and more are coming tomorrow so, check back to take a look to the new photos!



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Ocean's Eight (2018)
Cate as Lou
Debbie Ocean gathers a crew to attempt an impossible heist at New York City's yearly Met Gala.
Genre: Crime
More Info | Photos | IMDb

Mowgli (2018)
Cate as Kaa
An orphaned boy is raised in the wild.
Genre: Drama
More Info | Photos | IMDb


Where'd You Go, Bernadette (2018)
Cate as Bernadette Fox
After her anxiety-ridden mother disappears, 15-year-old Bee does everything she can to track her down, discovering her troubled past in the process.
Genre: Comedy, Drama
More Info | Photos | IMDb


The House with a Clock in its Walls (2018)
Cate as Unknown
A young orphan named Lewis Barnavelt aids his magical uncle in locating a clock with the power to bring about the end of the world.
Genre: Fantasy, Horror, Mystery
More Info | Photos | IMDb
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