Mrs. America Episode 8 Preview and Articles
Posted on
May 20, 2020

Mrs. America Episode 8 Preview and Articles

Hello everyone! I’m bringing some Mrs. America updates. First I’d like to thank Frauke, RubyFruit and Sarah for their donations torwards renewing the host for another year, thank you very much!

Here’s the preview for tomorrow’s episode of Mrs. America titled “Houston”

An interview with Dahvi Waller, the creator of the series, from LA Times:

Dahvi Waller and the story behind ‘Mrs. America’

Multiple perspectives shine through in “Mrs. America,” the new FX miniseries on Hulu that centers around the 1970s fight for the Equal Rights Amendment. The creator of the series, Dahvi Waller, grappled with how to bring such a tense and historical movement to television in the 21st century.

“I think every writer who writes a period drama of any kind grapples with how to remove that modern-day lens that we just automatically have,” Waller told Times film writer Mark Olsen for “The Reel” podcast. “We were grappling with: How are we going to explain what the hell the ratification process is to American audiences? It’s so not intuitive.”

Waller is no stranger to historical television: She was previously a writer on the critically acclaimed series “Mad Men.” But she tells Olsen it was challenging to structure this series in particular.

“I spent a lot of time on reading newspaper articles from the 1970s,” she said. “Really getting inside the mind of these women back then. How they spoke about the movement, how they spoke about each other and themselves.”

Waller says it was important for her to explain the roles that each character played and how exactly they each fit into the movement of the time.

“This is very much an ensemble piece. It’s not a biopic. It’s not a biopic of Phyllis Schlafly. It’s not a biopic of Gloria Steinem. It really is an ensemble,” she said. “What I really wanted to do with this series is show there’s so many different ways to be a woman and there’s so many different definitions of womanhood and there’s so much diversity that sisterhood and womanhood isn’t monolith. And I thought, the best way to really dramatize that was to have these multiple perspectives.”

One standout and somewhat controversial performance in “Mrs. America” involves Phyllis Schlafly, the anti-feminist conservative who sought to dismantle the Equal Rights Amendment.

“Well, first I question if they got to the end of the series,” Waller says in response to reviews that her show is too sympathetic toward Schlafly, played by Cate Blanchett. “If you want to anticipate and be prepared for the next backlash, because there will always be a backlash any time there’s a movement forward in this country, you need to understand why leaders like Phyllis Schlafly got such a big following. You have to understand her appeal. And if you’re not rooting for her, or you don’t find her sympathetic, you will not understand why she appealed to thousands of politically conservative women.”

Of course, on the other side was the women’s movement, full of feminist leaders fighting for change. Where the opposition was led by one singular character, Schlafly, the women’s movement had multiple leaders. Waller felt it was essential to represent all of them onscreen.

“I wanted each of them to have their due,” she said. “I didn’t think it was honest to portray only one of them as the sole leader and tell the story from only one of their points of view.”

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Other interesting articles about the story:

Mrs. America gets a trailer and release date
Posted on
Jan 10, 2020

Mrs. America gets a trailer and release date

Mrs. America is set to be released on Hulu on April 15.

Here is the synopsis:

Mrs. America recounts the movement to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) and the unexpected backlash led by Phyllis Schlafly, aka “the sweetheart of the silent majority.” Through the eyes of the women of the era, the FX series explores how one of the toughest battlegrounds in the culture wars of the 70s helped give rise to the Moral Majority and forever shifted the political landscape.

And the trailer:

Ocean’s 8 – New Still + Interviews + News
Posted on
May 29, 2018

Ocean’s 8 – New Still + Interviews + News

Hello Blanchetters!

Ocean’s 8 premiere is just around the corner and we have been getting new daily content; Warner Bros Korea released a new trailer and poster. We have added the caps and poster to our gallery.

Click on the image to download the HQ version of the image available in the gallery.

We also got our first view of Lou’s MET Gala outfit; The jumpsuit was designed by Givenchy and inspired by 7o’s vintage rock glam. It was specially made for Cate.

Click on the image to download the HQ version of the image available in the gallery.

Cate Blanchett puede ilustrar el vocabulario de la moda en todo su esplendor: elegante, chic, glam, sensual y hasta romantica, es una de las pocas actrices que alcanza y supera todas las definiciones de estilo. En Ocean’s 8 toma a Keith Richards como inspiracion para componer un look rockero con pieles vintage, camisas de lazos de Saint Laurent y trajes de Burberry.


A lot of promotion videos keep coming out; CGV Korea released a new fun clip and Youtuber Rosa van Iterson Pottorff sat down with Sandra, Awkwafina and Cate to talk about the bonding between the girls.


If you find yourself in New York City, you might want to attend the Cartier Jewelry exhibition with Jeanne Toussaint necklace’s replica created by Cartier for Ocean’s 8 along with other pieces. The Collection will be on display from May 25th to June 8th.

You are invited to see the Jeanne Toussaint necklace, a spectacular High Jewelry replica created by Cartier for Ocean’s 8, and explore the Cartier Mansion, which became the location of significant scenes throughout the film. Anne Hathaway, as her character, Daphne Kluger, captures the world’s attention when wearing the impressive necklace to the Met Gala in the film.

The necklace is a tribute to Jeanne Toussaint, Cartier’s Creative Director in the 1930s whose role was decisive in establishing the Maison’s stylistic identity. Above anyone else, she was the first woman to embody Cartier’s bold and fearless spirit.

The Fifth Avenue Mansion will also be transformed featuring an assortment of pieces from the Cartier Collection – exquisite, historic items from the Maison’s personal collection of works – featured throughout the film. The Jeanne Toussaint necklace and the Cartier Collection will be on display from May 25th – June 8th.

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And last but not least, we have news on Ocean’s 8 London premiere; according to The Sincura Group website, the film will have it’s premiere on Wednesday June 13th at an un-confirmed location in London.


Posted on
Jun 9, 2013

Blue Jasmine Trailer, Stills, Posters & Set Pics

The trailer for Blue Jasmine is out! Also stills, poster and some set pics. The movie is directed by Woody Allen and also stars Alec Baldwin, Peter Sarsgaard, Louis C.K. It opens on July 26th.

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