28th Screen Actors Guild Awards
Posted on
Mar 4, 2022

28th Screen Actors Guild Awards

Happy Friday, everyone!

Last Sunday, Cate attended the 2022 Screen Actors Guild Awards. She was nominated for her performance in supporting role in Nightmare Alley as well as for best ensemble with Don’t Look Up cast. She presented a clip from Don’t Look Up with Meryl Streep and Tyler Perry, and the Screen Actors Guild Lifetime Achievement Award to Dame Helen Mirren. Check out the videos and photos below.

28th Screen Actors Guild Awards – Arrival

Cate arrived on the red carpet at around 1:54:11

28th Screen Actors Guild Awards – Show

28th Screen Actors Guild Awards – Audience & Stage

28th Screen Actors Guild Awards – Backstage

28th Screen Actors Guild Awards – Photoshoot

28th Screen Actors Guild Awards – BTS


Cate Blanchett at César and SAG 2022
Posted on
Feb 24, 2022

Cate Blanchett at César and SAG 2022


Tomorrow, Cate will receive the honorary César Award from the French Film Academy. The award will be presented by the French screen icon, Isabelle Huppert, at a ceremony in Paris. Red carpet will stream on Académie des César official Facebook page and according to Le Journal des Femmes, the ceremony will be broadcasted unencrypted. THR is also reporting that Cate will also be present at this year’s SAG Awards on February 27th.

The 47th César Award ceremony, which will take place in Paris, at the Olympia, like the previous one, on February 25th 2022 will be broadcast live and unencrypted on Canal+.

Click the photo for the ceremony link:

Screen Actors Guild Awards Presenters

Cast members from the five nominated film ensembles will introduce clips from their respective movies at the 2022 Screen Actors Guild Awards, it was announced Wednesday.

The actors representing their nominated features will be Caitri?ona Balfe, Jamie Dornan, Jude Hill and Ciara?n Hinds from Focus Features’ Belfast; Daniel Durant, Emilia Jones, Troy Kotsur and Marlee Matlin from Apple TV+’s CODA; Cate Blanchett, Leonardo DiCaprio and Tyler Perry from Netflix’s Don’t Look Up; Lady Gaga and Jared Leto from MGM/UA’s House of Gucci; and Aunjanue Ellis, Saniyya Sidney, Demi Singleton and Will Smith from Warner Bros.’ King Richard.

Don’t Look Up‘s Blanchett also earned a supporting nom for her role in Fox Searchlight’s Nightmare Alley.

Source: Le Journal des Femmes, THR

Don’t Look Up Updates
Posted on
Jan 14, 2022

Don’t Look Up Updates


Here are some updates on Don’t Look Up. Listen to the third episode of The Last Movie Ever Made: The Don’t Look Up podcast and watch Seriously Funny which features some behind the scenes look on the movie. Enjoy!

The Last Movie Ever Made and Seriously Funny

The discussion about Daily Rip with commentary from Cate begins at 37:40


Seriously Funny – Screencaptures

Dont’ Look Up out now on Netflix; and interviews
Posted on
Dec 26, 2021

Dont’ Look Up out now on Netflix; and interviews

Happy Holidays, everyone!

Don’t Look Up is now available to stream on Netflix (worldwide). Screencaptures from the movie are now available on our gallery, and a few interviews with Cate has been released. Enjoy!

Nightmare Alley and Don’t Look Up Updates
Posted on
Dec 15, 2021

Nightmare Alley and Don’t Look Up Updates

Hi, blanchetters!

We’ve made some updates with the gallery — screencaptures, behind the scenes, stills, FYC campaigns for both Nightmare Alley and Don’t Look Up have been added to their respective folders. There’s also new featurette and clips released as we are nearing the US release (December 17th) of Nightmare Alley. Check them below.

Cate on GMA

According to ABC News Public Relations Cate is set to appear on Good Morning America on December 17th as part of the promotion for Nightmare Alley.

Friday, Dec. 17—Actress Marisa Tomei (“Spider-Man No Way Home”); actress Cate Blanchett (“Nightmare Alley”); 12 Days of Cookies with Trisha Yearwood

Nightmare Alley Updates

HBO First Look: Nightmare Alley which is a 12-minute behind the scene look on the Guillermo Del Toro’s Nightmare Alley is now available on HBO Max in the US. Here’s Cate’s commentary and Lilith behind the scenes/clips.


Behind the scenes


Critics Choice and Screen Actors Guild Awards FYC Campaign


Cate has been nominated for Best Supporting Actress from two different critics associations for her portrayal of Dr. Lilith Ritter

Don’t Look Up News

The cast of Don’t Look Up has been nominated for Best Acting Ensemble in the 27th annual Critics Choice Awards. The ceremony will be held on Sunday, January 9, 2022 and will be broadcast live on The CW television network.



Don’t Look Up

The Harder They Fall

Licorice Pizza

The Power of the Dog

West Side Story

Source: ABC, Critics Choice

New Still from Don’t Look Up and Deadline Contender Event
Posted on
Nov 10, 2021

New Still from Don’t Look Up and Deadline Contender Event

Hello, blanchetters!

New still of Cate Blanchett in Don’t Look Up has been released and more updates about the movie. There’s also gonna be a screening on November 17th and November 18th for press followed by Q&A with Adam McKay and some of the cast.

Don’t Look Up synopsis

DON’T LOOK UP Kate Dibiasky (Jennifer Lawrence), an astronomy grad student, and her professor Dr. Randall Mindy (Leonardo DiCaprio) make an astounding discovery of a comet orbiting within the solar system. The problem — it’s on a direct collision course with Earth. The other problem? No one really seems to care. Turns out warning mankind about a planet-killer the size of Mount Everest is an inconvenient fact to navigate. With the help of Dr. Oglethorpe (Rob Morgan), Kate and Randall embark on a media tour that takes them from the office of an indifferent President Orlean (Meryl Streep) and her sycophantic son and Chief of Staff, Jason (Jonah Hill), to the airwaves of The Daily Rip, an upbeat morning show hosted by Brie (Cate Blanchett) and Jack (Tyler Perry). With only six months until the comet makes impact, managing the 24-hour news cycle and gaining the attention of the social media obsessed public before it’s too late proves shockingly comical — what will it take to get the world to just look up?!

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‘Don’t Look Up’ is a disaster movie for a disastrous moment

When Adam McKay thinks back on his many comedic collaborations with Will Ferrell, the one that feels most in tune with 2021 may not be what you’d expect.

“I would say the most prophetic turned out to be ‘Step Brothers’ — that’s the most like the world we’re living in,” McKay shared during a recent sit-down at his Los Angeles home.

“‘Step Brothers’ was a living cartoon when it came out, [and now] it’s literally true. When you see giant grown-ups screaming and kicking over furniture because they have to wear a mask, that’s actually more preposterous than ‘Step Brothers.’”

McKay was discussing how current events caught up with — and in many ways overtook — his idea for the upcoming Netflix-produced comedy “Don’t Look Up.” The contemporary disaster movie may not feature Ferrell, but its all-star cast rivals that of “The Towering Inferno” and “The Poseidon Adventure,” and its sharply honed satire is after more than apocalyptic thrills. It’s the next step in McKay’s ongoing cinematic evolution, which has already produced the Oscar-nominated “The Big Short” and “Vice.” (The filmmaker earned an adapted screenplay Oscar for the former.)

In “Don’t Look Up,” a pair of scientists (Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio) discover a giant comet, which will collide with Earth in six months and destroy life as we know it. As the duo struggle to bring wider attention to this Earth-ending dilemma, President Janie Orlean (Meryl Streep) only becomes invested when it’s politically expedient, aided by the intervention of tech billionaire Peter Isherwell (Mark Rylance). The cast also includes Jonah Hill as Orlean’s son and chief of staff, Cate Blanchett and Tyler Perry as TV talk show hosts, along with Rob Morgan, Ariana Grande, Timothée Chalamet, Melanie Lynskey, Kid Cudi, Himesh Patel and more.

With the film set for release in theaters Dec. 10 and on Netflix Dec. 24, McKay opened up about the equally disturbing and delightful project he classifies as “absurdist comedy horror” and how to make fun of the world while trying to very much be a part of it.

Deadline Contender

Don’t Look Up will also be part of the Deadline Contenders (Film) on November 14th 2021. Director Adam McKay is the speaker on this event for the movie.

Source: LA Times, Aced Magazine