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Back to the news, as you may know, Cate is currently filming the screen adaptation of Where’d you go, Bernadette in Pittsburgh. Yesterday, a local artist released some photos of Cate joining his campaign to raise money for a friend in need. Here are the photos:
Credits: Original post on Facebook.
Also, a couple of weeks ago, two social media profiles that may be related to Where’d you go, Bernadette production became active [no official confirmation yet] .
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Good morning you all! Today Manifesto, in its orginal complete version, opens at the Taidehalli, Kunsthalle Helsinki, as part of the Helsinki Festival, until October 15, as the official poster report:
Speaking of official posters, we have an errata corrige to make: according to the official poster, the exhibition at the How Art Museum (Shanghai), set to open on September 20, will not close on October 20, but at the end of 2017:
Dulcis in fundo (sorry for my latin today), a new behind the scenes image from the Turkish promotion, and an HQ replacement of an old one.
via Fabula Films
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Also, some film news via The Hollywood Reporter:
Cate Blanchett is in negotiations to join Jack Black in The House With a Clock in Its Walls for Amblin Entertainment.
Eli Roth is directing the adaptation of the 1973 gothic horror novel, written by John Bellairs with illustrations by Edward Gorey, which tells of a recently orphaned boy who moves in with his uncle. The uncle turns out to be a mediocre witch and the boy soon finds himself in a world of magic and danger, especially when he discovers a clock inside the walls of his house that is designed to bring about doomsday.
Black will portray the uncle.
If a deal is made, Blanchett will play Mrs. Zimmerman, the uncle’s neighbor and best friend, and more importantly, a fellow witch.
Brad Fischer, James Vanderbilt and Eric Kripke are producing.
The two-time Oscar winner will next be seen playing the villainess Hela in Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok. Blanchett is repped by CAA.
Good morning everyone, great news for our chinese friends!
Manifesto, in its complete version, will open at the HOW Art Museum (Shanghai, China) on September 20 till October 20, 2017, for the inaugural exhibition dedicated to Julian Rosefeldt. Take the chance to visit!
via Time Out Shanghai