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A deserved Honor for Cate, and pictures below:

Cate Blanchett has been honoured at a special gala tribute in New York for her contribution to film culture.

It is the latest accolade for the Australian actress who has been winning excellent reviews for her role in Woody Allen’s latest film Blue Jasmine.

Oscars odds-makers are predicting that Blanchett will get, at the very least, an Academy Award nomination for her portrayal.

Article source: BBC (with also a video interview)

Pictures from Milan Fashion Week – “Beauty in Wonderland” are up in the gallery, thanks again to Helen!

Cate on Daybreak (Caps)

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September 21st, 2013

A few caps from Daybreak interview from September 19th are up in the gallery, thanks Helen.

AnOther Autumn/Winter 2013 Magazine Scans

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September 20th, 2013

I’ve added scans from AnOther Magazine issue from Autumn/Winter 2013, thanks Claudia!

Blue Jasmine London Premiere Pictures

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September 20th, 2013

Cate attended the premiere for Blue Jasmine in London, here are pictures, thanks to Helen:

From Variety, awesome news for Cate!:

Cate Blanchett will make her film directorial debut on indie thriller “The Dinner,” based on Herman Koch’s novel that was a bestseller in Europe.

Cotty Chubb will produce “The Dinner” via his ChubbCo shingle. Eva Maria Daniels and Olga Segura will exec produce.

Oren Moverman is adapting the script from the chilling novel that was published in 2009 in Holland and in February in the U.S. Set at a dinner in Amsterdam, the story revolves around two brothers, one running for prime minister of the Netherlands, who must deal with one of their teenage sons who has committed an unspeakable crime.

Blanchett’s performance in Woody Allen’s “Blue Jasmine” has made her a significant candidate in this year’s awards discussions. She has been co-artistic director of the Sydney Theater Company.

Giorgio Armani & Sillhouette Ads

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September 20th, 2013

Cate Blanchett is the new face for Giorgio Armani perfum “Si” and Silhouette Eyewear brand. Here are some pics, thanks Nicole, Claudia and Helen.

Sydney Theatre Company 2014 Season Launch Pictures

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September 13th, 2013

Cate attended the Launch of Sydney Theatre Company 2014 Season, here are pictures, thanks to Ann from

Io Donna Scans

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September 8th, 2013

Cate is featured on the September 7th issue of Io Donna, here are scans and photoshoot:

Blue Jasmine Stills Update

Posted by Annie on
September 8th, 2013

I’ve added a new batch of Blue Jasmine stills and on set pictures. Enjoy!

Hello everyone! Sorry for the delay on the updates, but here they are! Hope you enjoy. Huge thanks to Claudia and Luciana!

The Monuments Men Trailer and Stills

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August 13th, 2013

The trailer and first stills for Monuments Men, premiering in December is out:

Blue Jasmine Press Conference Pictures

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July 29th, 2013

Pictures from the Press Conference for Blue Jasmine are up in the gallery, thanks to Marica from Donnie Wahlberg Daily!

An interview where Cate talks about working with Woody Allen and joining the select club of his leading ladies. Video and caps

Cate Blanchett in the LA Premiere for Blue Jasmine

Revered in Hollywood for playing challenging roles like Queen Elizabeth, Katharine Hepburn (which she won an Oscar for), and even Bob Dylan, Cate Blanchett’s dedication to her craft is unparalleled. Which makes you wonder why it took so long for Woody Allen to cast her in one of his films. Thankfully we don’t have to ponder this any longer, as the 77-year-old director hands the Australian beauty one of his most complicated characters he’s ever written.

In Blue Jasmine, which opens in theaters Friday, Blanchett plays Jasmine, a former Manhattan socialite who after her husband (Alec Baldwin) goes to jail for fraud travels to San Francisco to stay with her sister, Ginger (Sally Hawkins). A time bomb ready to explode, Jasmine can’t cope with the simple life Ginger lives—or her choice of blue-collar men (Andrew Dice Clay, Bobby Cannavale, Louis C.K.)—and aided by vodka and Xanax tries to quiet the voices in her head long enough to find a new suitor.

Blanchett spoke to The Hollywood Blog about adapting to Allen’s notorious hands-off approach to directing, why playing someone like Jasmine can stay inside you forever, and the next marquee director she’s most excited to work with.

The Hollywood Blog: Had you ever met Woody before he offered you the role?

Cate Blanchett: No, I hadn’t met him. I had met friends of his, but no, we had never actually encountered one another. In fact, I had given up hope that he was ever going to ask me to be in one of his films, so I was thrilled when I heard he was interested.

As you mentioned at the premiere of Blue Jasmine, you had very brief conversations with him about taking the role, and then he just said, “See you on set”—

That’s when the terror begins.

Yeah, are you just filled with anxiety because you want to talk about the part with him?

Well, there has to be a dialogue, and the thing with Woody, I think, at least, 97 percent of his direction is in the script already. He gives you so many clues to mull over. I think the really important thing is the actors are all on the same page, and his films are always cast so interestingly, and this is no exception. I mean, Andrew Dice Clay! You talk about eclectic. It was really fabulous, and many of these actors in this film had done standup or theater, so there was a common language quite quickly between all of us. We obviously talked a lot about the subtext. And also, Sally and I were the only ones with the full script.

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