From screen stars to stage favorites, a number of great talents and recognizable faces will grace the Broadway stage this Spring.
Take a look at The Hollywood Reporter’s great new actress roundtable interview featuring Jennifer Lawrence (Joy), Cate Blanchett (Carol, Truth), Helen Mirren (Trumbo, Woman in Gold), Kate Winslet (Steve Jobs), Carey Mulligan (Suffragette), Jane Fonda (Youth), Brie Larson (Room) and Charlotte Rampling (45 Years).
Cate Blanchett Asks Graduating Students a Heavy Question: “What the hell can you do with an arts degree?”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JM8gjiiEkaA&feature=youtu.be “What the hell can you do with an arts degree?” Many actors ask themselves that when they find themselves struggling to make it in Hollywood while saddled with student loans. It was Cate Blanchett who posed that question recently to graduating students at Macquarie University in Sydney where she
Cate Blanchett on Choosing a Play: “The character I’m to play is almost always the last point of entry for me”
When you aren’t seeing Cate Blanchett on screen in movies like Blue Jasmine or The Hobbit she usually isn’t taking a well-deserved break. Not only is she devoted to her three children, but Blanchett is a leading player of the Sydney Theatre Company, which has put on productions in short
Lupita Nyong’o. Jared Leto. Cate Blanchett. Matthew McConaughey. They had a night to remember, didn’t they? Each won Academy Awards last night for the excellent work and below are their speeches with a small portion of each transcribed. My favorite was from Lupita Nyong’o. Such joy and happiness. McConaughey’s was
Written and Directed by: Woody Allen
Here’s all of the winners backstage in the SAG Awards press room. Most of them are around 3 minutes and they’re all pretty good. Matthew McConaughey’s is my favorite but you can be the judge on that one. Check them all out below!
Cate Blanchett was just nominated for her sixth Academy Award for her performance in Woody Allen‘s Blue Jasmine. She plays a woman on the verge of a nervous breakdown after her husband leaves her for a younger woman. What’s interesting about the Australian actress is that she has been largely
Cate Blanchett on Choosing Good Roles and Why She Thinks Being “Peculiar-Looking” is Good for an Actor (video)
Cate Blanchett is already generating Oscar buzz for her role in Woody Allen‘s Blue Jasmine even though the film hasn’t been released in most markets. But that’s pretty standard for Blanchett, who is generally praised in most films that she appears in (she’s been nominated for five Oscars and won
Many actors and actresses often have to wait years to work with Woody Allen, who is generally considered to be one of the top “actor’s directors” in film. For example, Cate Blanchett starred in films for nearly twenty years before starring in Allen’s latest film, Blue Jasmine. However, another star
In a summer filled with big blockbuster movies, Woody Allen is again making a splash with his latest film Blue Jasmine. Over opening weekend, it became the filmmaker’s highest-grossing debut at the box office. The new independent film seems to draw parallels to the Bernie Madoff scandal . The story
Alec Baldwin Gushes Over Cate Blanchett in ‘Blue Jasmine’ and Says He’s “Never Had a Good Time Making a Movie”
Coming on the heels of last week’s announcement by Mary-Louise Parker that she wants to quit acting, Alec Baldwin has echoed those feelings. “I’m 55 years old. I don’t give a shit! I’ve worked all I want to work for the last 33 years. Do I do things I want
When it comes to indie star Greta Gerwig, she has gone through phases of regretting some of her past films — particularly when the offers weren’t coming in.
Australian actress Clare Bowen was starring in the Australian production of Spring Awakening when one of the show’s producers — none other than Cate Blanchett — told her that she really needed to bring her talent to America.
In theaters: December 14th
“Chekhov is tricky. As we say in Australia, he’s a bugger to perform,” said Blanchett