Mindy Kaling talks about Ocean’s 8

Mindy Kaling talks about Ocean’s 8

In a recent interview with Stephen Colbert, Mindy Kaling give us more informations on Ocean’s Eight and fangirl (a bit) on Cate Blanchett. Enjoy!

I invite you all to check this fan site on the movie https://ochowatch.wordpress.com/, from where I took the fan poster you see as fetured image!

IWC Gala In Honour Of The British Film Institute – Photos

IWC Gala In Honour Of The British Film Institute – Photos

Here are photos from earlier when Cate attended the IWC Gala In Honour Of The British Film Institute, here are pictures:



Cate Blanchett attends IWC Gala In Honour Of The British Film Institute in London

Cate is London where she’s attended the IWC Gala In Honour Of The British Film Institute, here’s a first look and more pictures to be added later!


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Old magazine scans and new photos

Old magazine scans and new photos

Hello folks! Today I’ve stumbled upon three old magazines and a new promotional picture for Sì Le Parfum. Enjoy the reading!



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To be honest the third magazine is not so very old, and it features a brand new image from Sì Le Parfum’s promotion and a different version of an known picture.



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New logo and advertising for Sì

New logo and advertising for Sì

Giorgio Armani Parfums innovates the logo and releases a new advertising! Enjoy!


via Macy’s

André Monet’s new exihibition includes a portrait of Cate Blanchett

Hello everyone and happy Sunday! Cate Blanchett is, once again, source of inspiration for another artist.

André Monet’s celebrity portraits may look effortless, but behind every famous face, there are months of research. Once the Montreal-based artist settles on a star, he collects everything he can find: news clippings, maps, sheet music, online excerpts and pages from books (sometimes related to his subject, sometimes not). He arranges them in a collage and then starts painting the portrait.

Cate Blanchett


What’s in it?
 A page from a typewriter manual; an old French map of the U.S.S.R. and China; a newspaper headline that says “Death passed by above my head.”

Why Cate Blanchett? “This is inspired by the movie Heaven, where you see her head being shaved. When I saw that movie, I thought, ‘I want to capture that image, and the look she had in her eyes.’ When the hair doesn’t get in the way of the graphics and the design, you focus on more important things, like the eyes and the ears. You can’t make any mistakes with the eyes because everything about the person is in their eyes. Meanwhile, on the lower left side, I did make a mistake and I covered it later. The lower left section was boring and I was trying to fix it, so I ended up just throwing some colours on in a rush, and it worked perfectly. Many people have tried to get me to remake this style, and I’ve never been able to. It’s magic that happened one time.”

via Toronto Life

Knight of Cups opens in Hong Kong, Italy and Japan. News on Ocean’s Eight

Hello dearests! After more than a year from the first cinematic screenings (September 2015 in Germany), Knight of Cups opened yesterday in Hong Kong (September 29th), and is set to open in Italy on November 3rd and in Japan on December 23rd. I know that with the official DVD release many of you have already watched the movie, but I urge everyone to support the movie and go watch it again in cinemas.

About the upcoming film Ocean’s Eigth, in the last few days several sites have reported that the movie starts shooting in New York on October 10th!

Sì Le Parfum promotion: new interview and photos

Sì Le Parfum promotion: new interview and photos

Hello everyone! We have a new interview from Sì Le Parfum promotion


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an editorial from the Toronto International Film Festival’s Magazine, thanks to The Researcher on Twitter

Modern Icons of Style
The stars at the forefront of fashion.
There are a lucky few A-list stars who have their sartorial sense down to a T. Perhaps it’s not luck—it could be skill, or money, or a great stylist, or all of the above—but it’s there, whatever the reason.
And we’re not talking about those with an expensive but otherwise unimpressive collection of organic designer T-shirts. No, we’re calling attention to those celebs who effortlessly own the red carpet time and time again in an enviable rotation of custom-cut gowns and perfectly tailored suits.
This set wears their clothes like they’ve never been worn before, with a poise and confidence possessed by few.
To celebrate the 41st annual Toronto International Film Festival, we’re tipping our hats to this select group. These are the style icons of today.

Cate Blanchett
Cate Blanchett never misses the style mark. She’s the epitome of elegance, with enviable golden locks and a slender frame that provide a fabulous canvas for designers. “Cate Blanchett is my all-time favourite actress on the red carpet,” says Lisa Tant, vice president of exclusive services at Holt Renfrew. “From one event to the next, she is always changing up her style.” Whether she’s looking low-key, perched front row on the Armani Privé runway in Paris, or like she came to play for keeps, like at the Met Gala in New York, the Australian native frequently tops international Best Dressed lists. Take, for example, the frosty blue Armani Privé gown with its intricate floral appliqués and train that the 47-year-old wore to the 88th Academy Awards. It was fuel for fiery fashion discussion for weeks following the event. Cate, you can do no wrong.
“She’s the epitome of elegance, with enviable golden locks and a slender frame that provide a fabulous canvas for designers.”

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and new images from various magazine scans (the first one is a larger version from Vanity Fair Italy)


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We are aware that a lot of people save and repost our images without giving us the due credit. I’d like to remind all these people that we work hard to keep this site updated and with contents freely available. If this unrespectful behaviour persists, we’ll start tagging again all the photos, and not where the tag could be easily cut.

Cate Blanchett promotes Sì Le Parfum with Woman Germany

Cate Blanchett promotes Sì Le Parfum with Woman Germany

Hello folks! We recovered an issue of Woman Magazine Germany, part of Sì Le Parfum promotion (thanks to cate-blanchett.net).


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And an old issue of Grazia Italy. Enjoy!


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If you know of any interviews, magazines, photoshoots we missed, please, let us know. This site is by fans for fans, we always need you help!

Voyage of Time: Life’s Journey goes to Belgium and Brazil

Voyage of Time: Life’s Journey goes to Belgium and Brazil

Hello everyone! If you live in Belgium or in Brazil, you have the chance to see Voyage of Time: Life Journey, before the still unset official release. How? Going to Festivals!

For our European friends: the Film Fest Gent (October 11-21, 2016) has scheduled two screenings, on October 15 and on October 21;

for our South American friends: the Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival (October 6-16, 2016) released the line-up yesterday, but not the calendar.

Thanks to One Big Soul: The Terrence Malick Community on Facebook!

Voyage of Time: Life’s Journey goes to Filmekimi Festival (Turkey)

Voyage of Time: Life’s Journey goes to Filmekimi Festival (Turkey)

Hello people! Voyage of Time: Life’s Journey continues the promotional tour. After Italy, Canada and Norway, the movie is going to Turkey, as part of the 15th Filmekimi Festival (October 7-15 2016). There are four screenings scheduled, starting on October 13. More info at the Official site

Cate Blanchett interviewed by Elle South Africa – October 2016

Cate Blanchett interviewed by Elle South Africa – October 2016

Hi everybody!
Scans of the interview with Cate Blanchett for Elle South Africa October 2016 issue have been added to our gallery.
There is an small photo from Sì Le Parfum promotional campaign shot by Tom Munro. Enjoy!

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Cate Blanchett stars in Red, a Del Kathryn Barton short film

Cate Blanchett stars in Red, a Del Kathryn Barton short film

Hi everyone!

As part of the 2017 Adelaide Festival, the Art Gallery of South Australia will receive the new collaboration between two of Australia’s greatest artists – Cate Blanchett and Del Kathryn Barton. The short film entitled Red will be screened at AGSA and become part of the gallery’s collection. Enjoy some articles about the film and the first stills!

Better known for her dreamy, abstract portraits, Del Kathryn Barton is venturing into the world of film, with her first work – starring Cate Blanchett – to debut at the Art Gallery of South Australia.

The short film, titled Red, is a surrealist take on female power inspired by the mating rituals of the Australian red back spider.

“This brutal chronicle spoke to me of the poetics of female power as an inherent and indeed, elemental force in the universe,” Barton said in a statement.

“By intercutting human protagonists with extraordinary macro footage, Red has evolved into what I now consider to be an uncompromising celebration of female power.”

It will be the first time Blanchett and Barton have collaborated and the first time Barton has attempted a film on her own accord; the artist’s two other experiences in film have been under the guidance of filmmaker Brendan Fletcher.

The film will be presented as part of the 2017 Adelaide Festival in January, which runs from Thursday the 26th January to Sunday the 30th of April at the Art Gallery of South Australia..

Source: Vogue Australia

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She is venomous, eats her partner after sex and weaves a tangled web.

With such a reputation, it is little wonder the Australian redback spider has inspired two of Australia’s greatest artists – Cate Blanchett and Del Kathryn Barton – to create a short film that will premiere at the Art Gallery of South Australia as part of the 2017 Adelaide Festival.
RED is billed as a surreal, savage tale of female power inspired by the mating rituals of the redback spider, which stars Blanchett, actor Alex Russell and the Sydney Dance Company’s Charmene Yap.

“In essence, the narrative in RED illuminates the unusual mating rituals of the Australian red-back spider,” Barton said. “Here, our brave little male after copulating with the monumental female gently somersaults into her mouth, offering himself as a meal postcoital. If she is not hungry she will store his bound, dying body on her web for later consumption.”

In a Q&A with the gallery, Barton said the mating habits evoked what she described as “the poetics of female power as an inherent and indeed, elemental force in the universe”.

“By intercutting human protagonists with extraordinary macro footage, RED has evolved into what I now consider to be an uncompromising celebration of female power.”

The dual-screen work delve into themes of passion, sex and death, drawing on the symbolism of the female redback spider.

Barton’s portrait of Blanchett and her children, Mother (a portrait of Cate), was a finalist in the 2011 Archibald Prize.
Blanchett, a two-time Academy Award winner, can currently be seen in German artist Julian Rosefeldt art film Manifesto at the Art Gallery of NSW. The versatile actor will also make her Broadway in December in the Sydney Theatre Company production The Present, Andrew Upton’s adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s Platonov, which also stars Richard Roxburgh.

Barton said she screamed out loud when Blanchett agreed to appear in the short film.

“On shoot day, she nailed the long cutting performance on the first take,” she said. “Her energy exploded off the monitor. We were all blown away. Cate is mother. At that point I knew that the stakes on RED had just gone to another level. I was actually shitting myself just a little bit.”

Barton embarked on the film after winning a $50,000 creative fellowship from the Australian Film Television and Radio School in 2015.

A two-time Archibald Prize winner, Barton’s art often examines fertility and the psychology of relationships. Her previous films include the human dress (2012) and last year’sThe Nightingale and the Rose.

The short film will be screened at AGSA and become part of the gallery’s collection. AGSA director Nick Mitzevich said the short film would take Barton’s “career to a new level and to new audiences”.

Source: The Sydney Morning Herald

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Celebrities wish Happy Birthday to the Broad Museum

Celebrities wish Happy Birthday to the Broad Museum

Cate Blanchett recorded a brief video to celebrate the first birthday of the Broad Museum. Enjoy!


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Cate Blanchett interviewed by Marie Claire Spain – October 2016

Cate Blanchett interviewed by Marie Claire Spain – October 2016

Hello everyone!

New interview with Cate Blanchett for Marie Claire Spain! New photos from Sì Le Parfum promotional campaign shot by Tom Munro. She looks gorgeous! Enjoy!

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