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    Cate Blanchett to Make Directorial Debut with The Dinner

    Cate Blanchett is set to make her directorial debut with an adaptation of Herman Koch's The Dinner.

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    Cate Blanchett Serves Up 'The Dinner' For Her Directorial Debut, Oren Moverman Writing The Script

    To those who have been paying attention, Cate Blanchett has had her eye on the director's chair. She was originally slated to direct a short in the Australian omnibus "The Turning," before she just decided to take a role in the film instead. However, instead of testing the waters with a small segmen...

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    Hollywood Feminist of the Day: Cate Blanchett

    While promoting Blue Jasmine in London, for which she's receiving considerable and much deserved Oscar buzz, Cate Blanchett described herself as a feminist and discussed how she feels women's equality is becoming lost and has not yet been remotely achieved.

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    Brian De Palma To Direct Meta-Adaptation Of 'Therese Raquin' Starring Emily Mortimer

    No matter what you thought about Brian De Palma's "Passion," it can't be denied that it found the filmmaker firmly back in his wheelhouse of erotically charged melodrama. And it looks like he isn't going to veer too far away from that subject matter just yet, only this time, it will happen on a movi...

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    The Big O: Assessing the Actress Races Coming Out of Venice, Telluride and Toronto

    Telluride and Venice are fini. Toronto wraps this weekend. Time for some serious girl talk about how the lead and supporting actress categories have somewhat shifted now that the festival Oscar pundits and critics have chimed in.

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    Casting Watch: Rooney Mara Replaces Mia Wasikowska in Todd Haynes' 'Carol,' Starring Cate Blanchett UPDATED

    UPDATE: Rooney Mara will play one of two leads in Todd Haynes' "Carol," adapted from Patricia Highsmith's landmark lesbian novella "The Price of Salt." Cate Blanchett is set to play the title role, while Mara will play Therese Belivet, an aspiring set designer who falls for the elegant and older Car...

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    Watch: Full Trailer For Aussie Omnibus 'The Turning' Directed By Justin Kurzel, Mia Wasikowska & More

    Over the past few years it seems that we’ve seen more and more omnibus films, from arty travelogues (“Paris, je t’aime”) to horror (“The ABCs of Death”). What sets “The Turning” apart, however, is that it’s an adaptation of the Tim Winton novel of the same name. While we’ve already seen a teaser for...

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    Cate Blanchett and Ralph Fiennes Set As New York Film Festival's 2013 Gala Tributes

    The Film Society of Lincoln Center has set their annual New York Film Festival Gala Tributes with the mighty duo of Cate Blanchett and Ralph Fiennes. Blanchett will be honored on October 2nd, while Fiennes will have his feting a week later on October 9th.

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    NYFF Honors Cate Blanchett and Ralph Fiennes with Gala Tributes (VIDEO)

    The New York Film Festival has announced that Cate Blanchett and Ralph Fiennes will be the honorees of this year's gala tributes at the fest, which runs from September 27 through October 13. Blanchett's tribute will be held on October 2, and Fiennes' on October 9, along with a screening of his new f...

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    Oscar Talk Season Five Episode One: 'Lee Daniels' The Butler'

    On this week's Oscar Talk Podcast, the first of our fifth season, In Contention's Kris Tapley and I round up the movies that have already screened, from Sundance hits "Fruitvale Station," "Ain't Them Bodies Saints" and "Before Midnight" to the Cannes titles ("All is Lost," "Blue is the Warmest Color...

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