In case you haven’t already heard, Cate features on the cover of the February 2009 issue of Vanity Fair. I’ve now added 07 scans from the gorgeous pictorial, which you can check out by clicking on the thumbnails below.
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If movie fans didn’t know she was co-starring with Brad Pitt in “ ,” they wouldn’t recognize Cate Blanchett when the film opens with a close-up of her in a hospital bed, as a withered old woman.
The 39-year-old Australian actress, an Academy Award winner for her 2004 portrait of Katharine Hepburn (“ “) and a two-time Oscar nominee last year as Queen Elizabeth (“Elizabeth: The Golden Age“) and Bob Dylan (“ “), disappears into another challenging role in “Benjamin Button,” which opens Christmas Day.
She undergoes a striking transformation as the life of her character, Daisy, unfolds over eight decades, blossoming from a sprightly girl into a beautiful ballet dancer, then growing old while the love of her life inexplicably gets younger.
Blanchett says much of the credit for her metamorphosis goes to the “unbelievable” talent of makeup artists.
But the actress says her own performance was informed largely by experiences from her youth — from childhood ballet lessons, to a close relationship with her grandmother and to her first job, at 14, serving meals in an old-age home.
A new trailer for The Curious Case of Benjamin Button has been released and it contains a few new scenes with Cate in. A few captures have been added to the gallery, you can view the video here.
Cate also attended a few events last week, looking absolutely gorgeous as always. Pictures have been added to the gallery, sorry they are a little late.
Playbill.com – The forthcoming Australian production of Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire, starring Academy Award winner Cate Blanchett, will be seen in the United States at both the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
The Sydney Theatre Company production, under the direction of Oscar nominee Liv Ullman, is set to play Sydney Sept. 1-Oct. 10, 2009. The production will then tour to the Kennedy Center Oct. 29-Nov. 21, 2009, prior to making its New York debut Nov. 27-Dec. 20, 2009, at BAM.
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