Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Haute Couture Cateure


Cate Blanchett should do another movie where she's a glamour girl, like in The Man Who Cried. She's wasting her red carpet gift on... the red carpet. No reason not to put blow that up on 70 mm, you know?
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16 comments:

Michael Parsons said...

Stunning, but it does look like they caught her coming out of the ladies

MRRIPLEY said...

Is it me or does it seem odd that the 5 leads in aronofsky's black swan are jewish!!!

Arkaan said...

It's just you.

Glenn said...

Doesn't that (the jewish thing) happen often? I mean, aren't there a lot of Jewish people in America? That's always been my understanding.

Nathaniel, she did look ravishing in her Hepburn closet in The Aviator, but you're right... she's always so stylish (and even when she's not she's doing incredibly bizarre, out of the box things - hello crocheted rug dress!) so why isn't that taken advantage of more by Cate, by casting directors and by directors?

Amanda said...

She is a goddess.

Anonymous said...

Jews are a minority to Christians by a wide margin here.

Lovely Cate photo as always.

cal roth said...

She was so beautiful in Benjamin Button... And I don't think she is THAT beautiful. She is more of a Fashion icon, like Tilda Swinton, than a naturally beautiful woman, like Rachel Weisz, for example. Style is not exactly beauty.

Joe said...

Cate Blanchett would have killed in silent pictures. Or during the 40s and 50s.

Hell, she's great for anytime. Cate has the looks, the style, and the know how of a true movie star.

And, she's a real actress. This woman is great. Any word on what her next film is after "Hanna"? I've been hoping we would get a "Hedda Gabler" or "A Streetcar Named Desire" starring her on screen again. But really, anything with her in the central role will do.

stjeans said...

Never EVER get what's the big deal 'bout The Blanchett. Doesn't do ANYTHING for me...she kind of look like an albino (not that there's anything wrong with that...)

Yavor said...

The thing about Blanchett is that she has a different kind of beauty, she's not Nicole Kidman or Kate Winslet; she's indeed closer to Katharine Hepburn but a more stylish Katharine Hepburn and she's got an incredibly versatile appearance, very feminine and very masculine at the same time(not trying to offend her, I love her for that) and she reminds me of Tilda Swinton, when I was younger and not really into movies I would think it's the same person LOL

I'm not sure what the future of "Indian Summer" is, anyone knows anything about that?

Can't wait for Hannah!

Cal said...

Bow down at the altar of La Cate, plebs!

Stunning dress! Love the short hair on her too.

Anonymous said...

i miss cate!!!

Hayden said...

I gasped when I saw this dress. So stunning.

Billy D said...

It's Lacroix haute couture darlings

Tahj said...

Ooh I haven't liked the stuff she's been wearing lately but I LOVE this. I think Blanchett's best style was for the award season in 2005. The woman manages to balance being really edgy and unusual yet at the same time sooo elegant. She just screams regal. And she's beautiful in a Marlene Dietrich way.

Manuel said...

I wonder when she will start directing movies cause she certainly learn lots of Liv Ullmann.

Am I the only one waiting and waiting for a movie adaption of The Streetcar named desire with Cate Blanchett directed by Liv Ullmann?

I want to see her work with Aronofsky, Tarantino and Wang Kar Wai

She is Godess like in that Lacrouix dress