Cate Blanchett to attend the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation’s Annual Gala

Leonardo DiCaprio invites celebrities to fund climate and biodiversity projects.

The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation announced today its third annual gala at the Domaine Bertaud Belieu vineyard in St. Tropez, France on July 20. The major charity event raises funds to protect Earth’s last wild place, implement solutions that restore balance to threatened ecosystems and ensure the long-term health and wellbeing of all its inhabitants.

This year’s occasion will be co-hosted by the Oscar-winning actor and noted environmentalist Leonardo DiCaprio, the foundation’s global chair Milutin Gatsby and chief executive officer Terry Tamminen.

Event chairs include Hollywood A-listers, environmentalists and prominent businessmen and women such as Cate Blanchett, Marion Cotillard, Boris Collardi, Philippe Cousteau, Jr., Penelope Cruz, Robert De Niro, Jonah Hill, Kate Hudson, Scarlett Johansson, Tobey Maguire, Edward Norton, Caroline Scheufele, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Kevin Spacey and Charlize Theron.

via EcoWatch

News on ‘Voyage of Time’

Hello everyone! The first poster for the IMAX version is out, and it’s gorgeous! About the second version of the documentary, Voyage of Time: Life’s Journey, narrated by Cate Blanchett, we are still waiting for more info. Weightless, despite our previous announcement, is now set for 2017, even if the italian press it’s assuming a probable premiere at the Venice Film Festival.

Earlier this summer, IMAX let slip that they’ll give the film a release on October 7, and now they’ve updated their official site with a new synopsis and confirmed a runtime, along with the release date. This version (Voyage of Time: The IMAX Experience) clocks in at 40 minutes with narration from Brad Pittt and the synopsis lets us learn a bit more about the project, which they say is his “most original film to date.” Meanwhile, there’s no word yet from Broad Green if the expanded, Cate Blanchett-narrated, 90-minute companion feature Voyage of Time: Life’s Journey, will arrive around the same time, but they call it a “poetic and provocative ride full of open questions.

via The Film Stage



On May 23th, Cate Blanchett, who serves as global Goodwill Ambassador for UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, attended the Google’s Zeitgeist talks in London. We published two clips hereNow, a full version of Cate’s speech (Portrait of A Generation) has been released by Zeitgeistminds site. Enjoy.


Gallery updates and New Category

Hi everyone, I’ve updated some galleries:


I also created a new category called ‘Book Scans’ with images from books featuring Cate.


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‘How to Train Your Dragon 3’ gets earlier release date

DreamWorks Animation’s “How to Train Your Dragon 3” gets an earlier release date after “LEGO Movie 2” was pushed back by Warner Bros Animation for a year. The third “Dragon” installment will now bow in theaters on May 18, 2018, a theatrical release previously occupied by “LEGO Movie 2.”

“How to Train Your Dragon 3” will wrap up the story of the young Viking Hiccup (Jay Baruchel) and his loyal dragon Toothless. The two’s bond has led to plenty of adventures, Hiccup reuniting with his long-lost mom and the friendship between Vikings and dragons after decades of war.

In an interview with Collider in February 2015, DeBlois said that “How to Train Your Dragon 3” is “the culmination of Hiccup’s coming of age.” As chiefs of their respective tribes, Hiccup and Toothless will try to do what’s right for their kind.

“How to Train Your Dragon 3” will also go to the point where the books begin, when Hiccup is an adult looking back on a time when dragons exist. This suggests that at some point in Hiccup’s life the dragons went away, but whether they would come back and how they would return remains to be seen in the third film.

via Parent Herald

Video – Cate Blanchett at the Women In Film Awards

Video – Cate Blanchett at the Women In Film Awards

The wonderful tribute wrote by Cate to her agent Hylda Queally, enjoy!

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