Mrs. America – New stills, previews and international distribution

Mrs. America – New stills, previews and international distribution

Hello Blanchetters!

FX Networks is regaling us with daily gifts paving the way to Mrs. America’s successful debut.

Here we are with two new stills (Source) and the character’s bio. On the same site you can find each episodes’s plot.

A self-described activist housewife from Illinois, Phyllis Schlafly was a conservative firebrand and virulent anti-communist. She had six children, authored several books, and published a popular newsletter. In 1972, she launched a national campaign against the Equal Rights Amendment. She remained active as a commentator for decades, and the ripple effects of her work can still be felt today.

FX Networks released two previews: Second Wave and Fred.

Talking about the international distribution, here is a first, unofficial list, made by us using the sources listed below.

HBO – Spain and Portugal – April 15, 2020

HBO Nordic – Norway – April 15, 2020

Canal + Series – France – April 16,2020

Foxtel – Australia – April 21, 2020

Sources: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

To promote the tv show in Australia, Foxtel Magazine relased a new interview with Cate, featuring an old (but gold) photoshoot from 2018 (Variety – Cannes Issue). Enjoy!

The Cate Blanchett Birthday Project 2020

The Cate Blanchett Birthday Project 2020

Hello everyone!!

Are you ready for one more year of celebration?

The Cate Blanchett Birthday Project 2020 is here!

This is an idea created by Eden, a fan from our community. Since 2015, she proposes a set of tasks to express our admiration and say happy birthday to Cate.

In this 6th edition of the project, Eden decided to reunite fans again to celebrate Cate Blanchett’s birthday.

As usual, Cate Blanchett Fan website takes part in supporting this idea.

If you want to join, please read the details below:

This year the project will all be around self-motivation, feminism & success.

Cate Blanchett is a huge inspiration for us all: she teaches us to be brave, to love ourselves, to DO things, to do things with no regrets, to work hard and not to think about what other people say. These are only some minor examples of the things Cate loves sharing with the world.

This year we will make a MOTIVATION BOOK in which we will write:

  • Something Cate motivated you to do and how does the process go
  • Some aspects that changed or influenced the way you think thanks to Cate Blanchett (related to feminism)
  • A special thing you did or contributed to thanks to the motivation Cate Blanchett gave you
  • A story of success that happened to you thanks to the motivation Cate brought into your life

Important points:  

  • You can choose one aspect only
  • The story will be written UP TO 300 WORDS
  • You can (definitely) wish Cate a happy birthday but if you won’t follow the theme of the project you won’t be included!!
  • You can add a small video / photo related
  • The project will be released ONLINE

How does it work?

  • Send an email with your Name, Age & Country
  • Mention in the email if you joined any of the past projects and if yes mention the year
  • Write the aspect you wish to write about
  • Share your project part


  • Keep an appropriate language
  • Protect copywrites
  • The project will be released ONLINE


All projects should arrive until APRIL 10TH, 2020. Send them all to the following address: (the same one from past years).

If you have any questions you can reach Eden by email or her twitter @catelandishere.

Taking part in the project this year + special thanks: Cate Blanchett Daily, Queen Cate, Cate Blanchett Fan, Nelly, Dani, Mari.


  • Who can participate the project? – Everyone who wants to.
  • Can I send a picture of myself with a happy birthday poster? You can include that, but it can’t be instead of the project itself.
  • Can you guarantee Cate will receive the book? – sadly not, but we will try our best to make this work.

Mrs. America – New still, preview and teaser trailer

Mrs. America – New still, preview and teaser trailer

Hello Blanchetters!

FX Network released a new still, the brief preview for the first episode and a new teaser trailer. Enjoy!

The original videos can be watched here


Stateless & Mrs. America – New promotional material

Stateless & Mrs. America – New promotional material

Hello Blanchetters!!

First thing first, we would like to express our virtual closeness to everybody in this difficult time.
Our admins, living in Europe and South America are home and safe, we invite you all to stay home, take care of yourselves and your families. We will overcome this, together, we will.

And now, let’s get down to business.

Three episodes of Stateless were aired during these past weeks. We will post the screencaptures at the end of all episodes.

Meanwhile an unofficial account on Instagram is sharing new pics from the series, the official ABC TV + iview profile gifted us with a new still and some sort of featurette.

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The first three episodes of Stateless were directed by the amazing Emma Freeman, who was described by @yvonnestrahovski in the latest issue of Marie Claire as "a beautiful soul, but also such a professional, with a killer instinct." Emma's previous work as a director includes Secret City, @glitchtvofficial, Sisters, Puberty Blues, Tangle, Offspring and Love My Way, and she is currently working on Clickbait. "I felt incredibly passionate to be part of creating Stateless. It felt to me that this was a part of Australian history that would go undocumented or untold. I love projects that shine a light in the dark places and Stateless does that so beautifully. It tells the personal stories of people behind the barbed wire, behind the fence." – @emmafreemanmakesfilms #femalefilmmakerfriday #statelesstv @abctv #cateblanchett @yvonnestrahovski @jaicourtney @asherkeddieofficial

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The official still photographer Ben King, has updated his site sharing one more promotional image of Cate singing.

Netflix has opened their official site for the serie here, and the UNHCR supported the tv series by sharing a small clip of Cate recorded during the Berlin press junket.

Talking about the upcoming tv show starring Cate Blanchett, Mrs. America‘s twitter official account has shared a new teaser with some unseen footage. Another teaser was shared (Battle Lines) but it doesn’t feature new footage.

Please remember that most of the videos shared by FX are geoblocked, so you need a VPN to have access to them.

Take care!

Mrs. America – Posters and new stills

Mrs. America – Posters and new stills

Hello Blanchetters!

Mrs. America gets released in one month on Hulu, FX Network’s chosen streaming platform. The tv series will be made of 9 episodes; IMDb revealed the tile of the first three episodes debutting on April 15, 2020:

1.1 Phyllis

1.2 Gloria

1.3 Shirley

The remaing episodes will be aired from April 22, 2020 to May 27, 2020.

Cate Blanchett plays Phyllis Schlafly, Rose Byrne is Gloria Steinem and Uzo Aduba is Shirley Chisholm.

The network opened the official social accounts and the official site:

Official site

Official Twitter

Official Instagram

The first posters and two new stills have been released by the official channel and the Gazette, while Entertainment Weekly dedicated two pages to the show in their new issue.

The whole cast is scheduled to attend The View on Monday April 6, 2020 (Source), but we don’t know if they will, given the actual epidemic situation.

Stay safe!

International Women’s Day 2020 – Cate Blanchett joins the new Pomellato For Women campaing

International Women’s Day 2020 – Cate Blanchett joins the new Pomellato For Women campaing

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Cate Blanchett, named the 2020 Pomellato For Women Godmother, joined Jane Fonda, Laura Dern, Isabelle Huppert and more for the new Pomellato for Women campaing.

Pomellato and an impressive cast of Hollywood artists, fashion headliners, and diversity activists collaborate for the 3rd annual ‘Pomellato For Women’ video, promoting inclusivity, environmentalism, equality, and our need to act now. Starring actress and political activist Jane Fonda for the third year in a row, as well as award-winning actress and humanitarian Cate Blanchett, the 2020 Pomellato For Women Godmother. The video also features 2020’s Academy Awards-winning and outspoken actress Laura Dern, comedic actress and philanthropist Tiffany Haddish, lauded French actress Isabelle Huppert, LGBTQ+ activist and social media sensation Max Emerson, French founder of the Maison des Femmes and sexual violence activist Dr. Ghada Hatem, Irish writer, broadcaster and activist Sinéad Burke, acclaimed Canadian filmmaker David Cronenberg, Chinese actress Huang Xiangli , Italian actress Alba Rohrwacher, Canadian transgender model Krow Kian, and Pomellato Group CEO Sabina Belli, as they announce themselves hopeful and united in the belief that we can effect change. Speaking in a choral message on their hope for equality and inclusivity, they prompt us to ask ourselves, ‘Who is not in the room?’ Understanding the power of luxury brand visibility, Pomellato uses the Pomellato For Women platform to ignite and promote change, underscoring the Maison’s values of empowerment, environmentalism and inclusivity, as it projects a message of hope.


We are aware that some of you had troubles viewing the gallery last week, but it should be solved by now.

Images Sources 1,2

Weibo video source.

Cate celebrated International Women’s Day at Ardingly College in Sussex, UK. The original source deleted the article, but we have the cache version below.

Lord of the Rings star Cate Blanchett visits Sussex school: this is why an A-list actress and double Oscar-winner paid a visit to a school in Sussex to mark International Women’s Day.

Cate Blanchett was one of the high-profile women in a variety of fields that spoke to students as part of a whole week of events.

The 50-year-old, who has won two Academy Awards and a host of other prizes for her acting work, was joined onstage by a group of lucky students as part of a discussion surrounding gender issues.

Blanchett was joined over the week at Ardingly College in Mid Sussex by sportswomen Sally Gunnell OBE and Karen Pickering MBE, as well as Nusrat Ghani, Conservative MP for Wealden, who took part on different days.

Georgina Stafford, deputy head academic and head of the school’s sixth form, said: “It is during our childhoods and adolescence that our ideas are formed, including our ideas around what we can do, and what others should do.

“The aim of the events last week was to promote the idea that gender should not be a barrier to either.”

Ardingly College is a selective co-educational boarding and day independent school near Ardingly, West Sussex

In a career spanning almost three decades, Blanchett has starred in blockbusters including the Lord of the Rings trilogy as the elven leader Galadriel, and won critical acclaim in films including Blue Jasmine and The Aviator, in which she played fellow Hollywood star Katharine Hepburn: making her the only actor to win an Oscar for portraying an Oscar-winner.

In 2016, the Australian was believed to have moved with her family to Crowborough in East Sussex.

As part of the week of events, there were screenings of The Hurt Locker by Kathryn Bigelow, the only woman to win Best Director at the Oscars, and Wonder Woman by Patty Jenkins, the highest-grossing film by a female director.

Collections were also made for Bloody Good Period, a charity that works closely with some of the most vulnerable women in the UK including victims of domestic abuse and asylum seekers to ensure that they have access to free period products.

Multiple talks and discussion panels were held, including ones exploring the theme of #EachforEqual and the concept of ‘banter’: where the line is drawn between what is humorous and what is damaging or offensive.

Ghani, Conservative MP for Wealden, closed the week by addressing the college. Nusrat was the first female Muslim MP to address the House of Commons from the dispatch box; not only did she share with us her experiences in parliament but also her work in relation to the development of female education in Afghanistan.

Sally Gunnell said: “It was thoroughly enjoyable spending the morning at Ardingly College, training with the school’s sportswomen and then being part of their panel discussions. One of the issues young women face is the importance of confidence. Girls should believe they can succeed in sport – or in anything they set their minds to.”