your welcome . thanks too :)
Cate Blanchett and husband, Andrew Upton. The couple has been married for 16 years(December 29, 1997).
“Don’t you think like most things, like comedy, like sex, like anything, it’s about timing? I think [my husband and I] collided with each other at what turned out to be the perfect time. We knew each other socially and we didn’t get on and we played poker one night and I don’t know how we ended up kissing but we did and he asked me to marry him about three weeks later and we got together in the same spirit… . Maybe I’ve got a lack of consequence, a healthy lack of consequence.” - Cate Blanchett
as requested by anon.
I’m sorry if I only posted these photos today I know you requested it a couple of months ago.
sorry for the watermarks but I will be posting some photos of them without watermarks
I don’t know what her IQ is, but it is obvious she is one smart woman … oh and beautiful too. I like this picture of her with no make-up.
Sydney Theatre Company's production of the 3-hour play Gross und Klein(Big and Small by Botho Strauß) in 2011.Cate Blanchett as Lotte Kotte(won Helpmann Award for Best Actress)
"But the great artist who guides us here through Lotte’s odyssey is Cate Blanchett. This is a stunningly expressive performance, supported by an excellent cast. Her extraordinary vocal and physical skills as an actor have never been in doubt, but here she is magnificent. Her Lotte dances frenetically across this vast blackness. She falls to the ground and then springs up again. Vernacular humour and farcical comedy are interspersed with gloriously ironic visions of the transcendent and sudden moments of anguish. Blanchett plays this abject, increasingly deranged but ultimately innocent character with a mixture of vulnerability and luminosity that is heartbreaking.” (The Australian)
-Lotte Kotte is her favorite character that she portrayed in theater.
I don’t think I am considered a Hollywood star. I have sometimes been told ‘you are on the verge of stardom’, and it amuses me. My professional choices are not those of a star: I am still intrigued by atypical scripts and the idea exploring unknown grounds excite me as much as ever. Thus, I have a predilection for characters that lose themselves; I always look for the flaw, the accident, the vice. As for my private life, it is not gossip material. I have been married to the same man for ten years and I have no taste for exhibitionism. There is no scandal in my life. As a result I am left alone, which make me extremely happy: anonymity fits me perfectly.
Cate Blanchett at the “The Aviator” premiere in Rome, Italy.
Well, she’s happy and excited (: