Moviefone has posted a new exclusive clip from Robin Hood which features Cate and Russell Crowe. The scene is really funny and cute! I’ve added screencaptures from the clip to the gallery as well :]
The official website for Robin Hood as been released! At the site, you can learn more about the May 14 release, read about the cast & crew, check out the previously-mentioned “Lionhearts Program,” watch videos and view photos. Throughout the site, you can also click on book icons to explore the origins of Robin Hood. You can check out the site right here.
Empire has also released the new international poster for the film, which you can view below and in our gallery!
Cate has won a 2010 Helen Hayes Award “Lead Actress Non-Resident Play” for her role in The Sydney Theatre Company production of A Streetcar Named Desire! Congratulations Cate! The play also took home awards for Best Non-Resident Play and for Robin McLeavy for Outstanding Supporting Performer, Non-Resident Production.
Robin Hood screens at the Opening of the 63rd Festival de Cannes.
Robin Hood, the epic blockbuster by British director Ridley Scott, starring Russell Crowe and Cate Blanchett (and Max Von Sydow, Lea Seydoux, William Hurt), is to be screened at the Opening of the 63rd Festival de Cannes on Wednesday May 12, 2010. The film will be presented out of competition.
Robin Hood will be released in theatres in France the day of its presentation at Cannes, and released worldwide on May 14.
The Festival de Cannes is to take place from Wednesday May 12 to Sunday May 23.
I’ve added five more photos from Cate attending the Generation One campaign which was fight to end indigenous poverty in Australia.
In movie news, according to Cate’s IMDB, it seems she might be a busy lady soon as she is rumored to be starring in The Dangerous Husband, North of Cheyenne and (a personal hope because I would love to see Cate reprise her role as Galadriel!) The Hobbit: Part 1. Cate has also been seemingly cast in Hanna alongside Eric Bana and Saoirse Ronan. Synopsis below:
A 14-year-old who was raised by her father to be a cold-hearted killing machine connects with a French family who look to help ease her into a more conventional life.
Last week, Cate attended the gala performance at the Sydney Opera House for King Lear. Photos have been added to the gallery. Also, last night it seems Cate was at the Overseas Passenger Terminal (alongside Russell Crowe) at the Opera House but I’ve only managed to find one photo from the event. Enjoy!