New Poster for Ocean’s 8, Starring Sandra Bullock and Cate Blanchett,
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May 2, 2018

New Poster for Ocean’s 8, Starring Sandra Bullock and Cate Blanchett,

Hey guys!

There is a new poster for Ocean’s 8, the new film directed by Gary Ross and starring Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Sarah Paulson, Helena Bonham Carter, Mindy Kaling, Rihanna and Awkwafina. The movie is set to be released in June. Take a look!

Cate Blanchett Fan Ocean's 8 Poster

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Two new THOR: RAGNAROK International Posters + L.A. Premiere Infos!
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Aug 25, 2017

Two new THOR: RAGNAROK International Posters + L.A. Premiere Infos!

Hello everyone !

Marvel has debuted two new international posters for Taika Waititi’s Thor: Ragnarok with two different versions of Hela. Also, the site Average Socialite released informations about the L.A. Premiere of the film. Check below:


THOR: RAGNAROK PREMIERE, LA

Affair: Thor: Ragnarok Red Carpet Premiere

When: Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Hot Spot: Los Angeles, CA (Location on Members Only)

Deets: Imprisoned on the other side of the universe, the mighty Thor (Chris Hemsworth) finds himself in a deadly gladiatorial contest that pits him against the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), his former ally and fellow Avenger. Thor’s quest for survival leads him in a race against time to prevent the all-powerful Hela (Cate Blanchett) from destroying his home world and the Asgardian civilization.

Who You May Spot: Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Mark Ruffalo, Taika Waititi, Cate Blanchett, Tessa Thompson, Stan Lee, Karl Urban, Jaimie Alexander, Idris Elba, Anthony Hopkins, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jeff Goldblum, Lou Reffigno, Sam Neill, Ray Stevenson, Ken Watanabe

Hint For The Average Socialite: This is strictly invite only.

– Check out how to score free premiere passes.

THOR: RAGNAROK is in U.S. Theaters November 3, 2017.

First poster for RED, a Del Kathryn Barton short film starring Cate Blanchett
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Jan 26, 2017

First poster for RED, a Del Kathryn Barton short film starring Cate Blanchett

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The poster for RED has been revealed! The short movie opens today, Jan 26, at the Art Gallery of South Australia, as part of the 2017 Adelaide Festival. Also, a new interview with director Del Kathryn Barton is available. Enjoy!

Cate Blanchett Del Kathryn Barton RED

Best known for her dreamy, poetic portraits, two-time Archibald Prize winner Del Kathryn Barton is about to premiere her second short movie, which is also her live-action film directorial debut. RED features actor Cate Blanchett and dancer Charmene Yap in a tale driven by the redback spider’s mating instincts.
Barton co-directed her first film with Brendan Fletcher. An animation of Oscar Wilde’s 1888 romantic parable, The Nightingale and the Rose, it won Best Australian Short Film at the 2015 Melbourne International Film Festival and the 2016 AACTA award for Best Short Animation.
“I found Nightingale pretty fully on, although I was pleased with the end product,” Barton says. The long-time film buff, whose influences include the works of the late US-born director Stanley Kubrick, wanted to go on “immediately” to another film that “felt more manageable” than the Wildean animation, hence the foray into live action. The result is RED, a more abstract narrative, written by Barton, which will premiere at the 2017 Adelaide Festival.
Barton’s inspiration was the mating ritual of the redback spider in which the little male, having copulated with the female, somersaults into her mouth, offering himself as a meal, or to be bound in her web for later consumption.

“The redback spider, she’s so fierce looking and so beautiful,” says Barton, who sees the surreal RED as a celebration of raw female power. “She’s really a weapon, so she speaks to me aesthetically.”

If the new work seems like a radical departure, consider that the nightingale and the male spider both die for the pleasure and propagation of others. (In the first film, the nightingale of the title sacrificed her life by piercing her breast on a rose thorn.) And both stories play with anthropomorphism, imbuing these creatures with nobility.
The female protagonist is almost always at the centre of the narratives that Barton tries to interrogate but, curiously, she sees RED as her first true feminist work. “It has encouraged me to engage with the subtler politics of feminist issues with which first-world countries are dealing,” she says.
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Surely, I ask her, Barton would also read some of her own celebrated portraits (including one of Blanchett and her three sons, Mother (a portrait of Cate), which was a 2011 Archibald finalist) as feminist works? Both that portrait and RED engage with a fierce, archetypal mother. “Yes, I would,” says Barton, “but at the time I wasn’t engaged in that kind of thinking. They were more just a true eruption.”
“Whereas the film, I suppose, it’s such a different way of working,” Barton explains. “You have to work in a more mindful way and articulate so many times what the work is about, which is very challenging for me. I arrived at a richer dialogue, or a more self-aware gesture, if that makes sense, of what RED means to me, as opposed to the paintings, which come through a lot of discipline, but more organically.” For Barton, painting is more intuitive whereas film requires upfront thinking.
In imagining this story, Barton realised she didn’t know much about dance, so she emailed Sydney Dance Company’s artistic director, Rafael Bonachela. “He recommended Charmene, and she couldn’t have been more perfect.” Working again with Blanchett, recently seen in Julian Rosefeldt’s multi-screen film project Manifesto at the Art Gallery of NSW, was also a delight. “In my experience of Cate, I see her as an artist of the highest order. She puts herself in situations where she’s approaching the unknown and there’s a lot of tension in that moment,” Barton says. “I think she works very well with fine artists, for that reason. She wants to go on a bit of a mad journey and turn it upside down.”
Barton recently received development funding for her intriguing first feature film, called Flower, which will involve a male protagonist and his sexual proclivities, “an everyman coming to terms with an increasingly urgent fetish for flowers.” But Barton insists that she won’t sacrifice her other art: film and painting will remain her two primary disciplines.
After Adelaide, RED will be shown in New York, and later in 2017 at the National Gallery of Victoria as part of a large Barton survey show.

Del Kathryn Barton: RED
Art Gallery of South Australia
26 January – 30 April

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via Art Guide Australia

Truth – New posters and stills
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Mar 1, 2016

Truth – New posters and stills

Two new posters for Truth, from Brasil and Italy.

And two news still, from Switzerland – via Cineman

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Dec 1, 2014

Cate Blanchett is The Wicked Stepmother in new Cinderella Poster

Cate Blanchett has gotten her own poster as the Wicked Stepmother in a new poster for Cinderella, check it out (click it to view the big one!), plus the text-free versions.

Cinderella will be released on March 13th, 2015


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A live-action feature inspired by the classic fairy tale, Cinderella brings to life the timeless images from Disney’s 1950 animated masterpiece as fully-realized characters in a visually dazzling spectacle for a whole new generation.

The story of “Cinderella” follows the fortunes of young Ella (Lily James) whose merchant father remarries following the death of her mother. Eager to support her loving father, Ella welcomes her new stepmother (Cate Blanchett) and her daughters Anastasia (Holliday Grainger) and Drisella (Sophie McShera) into the family home. But, when Ella’s father unexpectedly passes away, she finds herself at the mercy of a jealous and cruel new family. Finally relegated to nothing more than a servant girl covered in ashes, and spitefully renamed Cinderella, Ella could easily begin to lose hope. Yet, despite the cruelty inflicted upon her, Ella is determined to honor her mother’s dying words and to “have courage and be kind.” She will not give in to despair nor despise those who mistreat her. And then there is the dashing stranger she meets in the woods. Unaware that he is really a prince, not merely an apprentice at the Palace, Ella finally feels she has met a kindred soul. It appears her fortunes may be about to change when the Palace sends out an open invitation for all maidens to attend a ball, raising Ella’s hopes of once again encountering the charming Kit (Richard Madden). Alas, her stepmother forbids her to attend and callously rips apart her dress. But, as in all good fairy tales, help is at hand, and a kindly beggar woman (Helena Bonham-Carter) steps forward and — armed with a pumpkin and a few mice — changes Cinderella’s life forever.