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“Where’d you go Bernadette?” has a new release date.

“Where’d you go Bernadette?” has a new release date.

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Last year we learnt “Where’d you go Bernadette?” was getting a Mother’s Day release this year, but according to IMDB,Box Office Mojo and Exhibitor Relations Co, the release date has been moved to October 19, 2018.

Thor: Ragnarok Inside Filming with Villainess Hela + More Behind the Scenes

Thor: Ragnarok Inside Filming with Villainess Hela + More Behind the Scenes

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Two new behind the scenes videos have been released! E! News and Mashable shared exclusive sneak peeks from the DVD features.
Thor: Ragnarok will be released on digital February 20th and Blu-Ray on March 6th. Click on the pics to open the videos.

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New images and interview of Cate Blanchett for Armani’s Sì Passione

New images and interview of Cate Blanchett for Armani’s Sì Passione

Hello everyone!

New images and a new interview of Cate for the Sì Passione campaign have become available. Enjoy!

CATE BLANCHETT IM INTERVIEW

Auch für Cate Blanchett war es eine ganz besondere Zusammenarbeit. Leidenschaft ist etwas Essentielles für sie, worauf man nicht verzichten kann.

Sie haben dieses Video mit Tom Munro gedreht, wie war es mit ihm zu arbeiten?

„Ich bete Tom an. In einer Art und Weise, die Worte nicht ausdrücken können. Er lässt alles fließen. Sein Auge ist unglaublich.“

Wenn es nach Ihnen geht, wie mächtig ist “Leidenschaft”?

„Leidenschaft ist allmächtig, nicht wahr? Sie kann erschaffen oder zerstören.“

Welche Rolle spielt Leidenschaft für eine Schauspielerin, wenn es darum geht, Entscheidungen oder Verhaltensweisen zu beeinflussen?

„Wenn man nicht leidenschaftlich an einem Projekt interessiert ist, denke ich, dass es am besten ist, es jemand anderem zu übergeben.“

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Celebrating Nicola Clarke At John Frieda

Celebrating Nicola Clarke At John Frieda

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Yesterday, Cate attended a dinner in London to celebrate the opening of Nicola Clarke salon in partnership with John Frieda. Read more about it below!

The soft leather chairs have been temporarily moved out, pretty Flora Starkey flowers adorn the table, Diptyque candles flicker gently. It’s a freezing cold Monday evening and downstairs in the basement of a newly-opened hair salon, colourist and stylist Nicola Clarke is having a few friends over for dinner. Cate Blanchett sits just to her left, next to Sam McKnight and make-up artist Mary Greenwell; Paloma Faith is just to her right; meanwhile opposite her is the finance executive Cathrin Perrin, and make-up artist Lisa Eldridge and hair stylist Kerry Warn. Madonna is away but sent a special playlist for the evening. This is a small and intimate affair, so when Paloma pings the glass in front of her with a gold spoon, silence falls quickly.

“This is the salon whose look I’ve been the least involved in, and it’s the one I like the most,” says John Frieda, Clarke’s partner and mentor. Famous for (among other things) spotting talent and nurturing it, one of the signatures of Frieda’s salons in the 40 years since he first opened his own has been the collaboration with key artists. We’ve had John Frieda and Sally Hershberger in Los Angeles, John with Orlando Pita, and currently in New York, Serge Normant.

“I felt that in London it was important to have someone of that stature,” he explains, “and I’ve been saying to Nicola for years, “Come on, let’s put that name above the door! And understandably – after all she has a young family and isn’t someone who is comfortable promoting herself – there was some reluctance, but finally we got there and it’s great!”

For those used to the Mayfair salon with its elegant cream marble, the Margaret Street Nicola Clarke at John Frieda salon – which was designed by Clarke with the help of Frieda’s wife Avery Agnelli and architect Ralf Eikelberg – is very different. Chrome shelves, polished concrete floors, and soft leather seats feel sleek and modern set within a refined palette of muted grey-greens and black steel beams.

“John would come to the meetings and try and get some marble in there, and I’d say: “no marble! Concrete! Concrete!” laughs Clarke, who started in the world of hairdressing with a Saturday job at a local salon in Billericay, aged 13, before landing an assistant’s job with Sam McKnight. She has been the regular colourist for Kate Moss for over 20 years, and has also coloured the hair of Gwyneth Paltrow and Madonna, as well as styling and colouring the hair of Cate Blanchett, Kate Winslet, Sienna Miller and Kate Bosworth for red carpets the world over as well as being the creative colour director at Color Wow.

But talent alone isn’t enough to command such a turnout on that freezing Monday night – it’s her genuine warmth, kindness, and sense of humour that garners her so much affection. “Everyone I’ve invited tonight is inspirational to me, and I’m thrilled you’ve made it out tonight,” she says to the 20 or so smiling faces around the table.

Nicola, wild horses wouldn’t have kept us away.

Cate Blanchett:

“I feel like I’ve known Nicola forever. I mean obviously I met her first as a colourist, but now I work with her in her capacity as a hairstylist too, and we’ve hung out together a lot. She is incredibly fluid and amazingly humble. It’s her talent that has led her to this point opening her own salon – and not some kind of PR machine – and everyone is really proud of her. She is a fantastic collaborator – I mean, I’ve worked on shoots for example, for Armani, and she’s happened to be in town and she’s assisted people, just picked up the hair brush and helped out. She has had an eclectic career and sometimes people think you have to be pushy or a diva to have that, but she’s the most wonderful antidote to all that. Plus she’s fantastic to be on the road with – she’s so connected to her family life, as am I, and she’s affected by politics, so you can have really robust conversations with her.”

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Interviews with Raya

Interviews with Raya

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New interviews of Raya with Cate Blanchett were released a couple of days ago. Click on the pics to open the videos. If you want to see the previous videos we posted. Click here

SIHH – IWC Schaffhausen 150th Anniversary Gala

14th Dubai International Film Festival

Thor: Ragnarok – The Official Movie Special Scans + Concept Art Update

Thor: Ragnarok – The Official Movie Special Scans + Concept Art Update

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We have added some scans from the magazine Thor: Ragnarok – The Official Movie Special in the gallery and also we have also updated the concept art section. Enjoy!





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