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05/10/2014  •  Posted By Holly  •  Comments Off on Liam Hemsworth Joins Kate Winslet on ‘The Dressmaker’

Liam Hemsworth (“The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”), Isla Fisher (“The Great Gatsby”) and Elizabeth Debicki (“The Great Gatsby”) are set to join Kate Winslet and Judy Davis (“Husbands & Wives”) in Jocelyn Moorhouse’s “The Dressmaker.”

Embankment is selling international territories and co-represents the U.S. with CAA.

Principal photography starts in Australia in October.

Winslet plays an avenging angel who returns home to the remote country town from which she fled as a child after being accused of murder, to make amends with her eccentric mother. Although ostracized, as an exponent of the most stunning 1950s haute couture inspired by Madame Vionnet and Balenciaga, she liberates and empowers the town’s women with her quick wit and beautiful clothing. She unexpectedly finds love and ultimately exacts sweet revenge on those who wronged her.

Moorhouse (“Proof,” “How to Make an American Quilt”), who directs her script adaptation of the eponymous novel by Rosalie Ham, said: “Kate Winslet is perfect for Tilly. She’s beautiful, intelligent, and deeply mysterious on screen. Judy Davis is amongst the great contemporary actresses and she will bring powerful wit and charm to the role of Molly. Liam Hemsworth is a laid back, genuine charmer who’s also tall, dark and movie-star handsome. He’ll create a character for the audience to fall in love with.”

Working with Moorhouse will be director of photography Don McAlpine (“Moulin Rouge!”), costume designer Tim Chappel (“The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert”), production designer Roger Ford (“Chronicles of Narnia”) and editor Jill Bilcock (“Moulin Rouge!”).

“The Dressmaker” is produced by Sue Maslin (“Japanese Story”) through Film Art Media, and the film has been financed with the assistance of Screen Australia, Fulcrum Media Finance, White Hot Productions, Film Victoria, Soundfirm and developed with the assistance of Screen NSW.

The film is also financed by Ingenious Senior Film Fund, represented by Gavin Poolman and Michael Shyjka, and will be distributed by Universal Pictures in its home territory.

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05/06/2014  •  Posted By Holly  •  Comments Off on Instyle Gives First Look at Kate’s New Lancome Campaign

We may not have all the answers to Kate Winslet’s age-defying beauty, but with the release of Lancôme’s newest nighttime duo, Renergie French Lift, a piece of the star’s daily skin ritual is well within our reach. The innovative regimen begins with an easy-to-use massaging disk to lift, tighten, and define target areas like the neck, jawline, cheeks, and forehead, while the potent anti-aging formula, packed with nourishing oils and smoothing hyaluronic acid, acts as the final step.

Want in on Winslet’s skin secret? Pick up the game-changer for $155 at lancome.com, and see her envy-inducing complexion on full display in an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the campaign above.

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12/10/2013  •  Posted By Holly  •  Comments Off on Kate Winslet Gives Birth to a Healthy Baby Boy!

Congratulations to Kate and Ned on the birth of their son!

The actress and husband Ned Rocknroll welcomed their first child together, a baby boy, on Dec. 7, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.

Winslet gave birth at an NHS Hospital in Sussex County, U.K. The actress also has two children from previous marriages to Jim Threapleton and Skyfall director Sam Mendes. Her daughter, Mia Threapleton is 13, and her oldest son, Joe Mendes, is nine.

She wed Rocknroll, who is the nephew of billionaire Richard Branson, in a secret ceremony last year. They announced they were expecting a baby in June.

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10/06/2013  •  Posted By Holly  •  Comments Off on Happy Birthday Kate!

We at Kate Winslet Fan want to wish Kate a very happy 38th birthday. Cheers to one of the most stunning Hollywood starlets! Hope you have a safe and happy one with your loved ones Kate.


08/09/2013  •  Posted By Luciana  •  Comments Off on Kate joining ‘The Dressmaker’

Kate Winslet and Judy Davis have signed on to star in the latest feature from Australian writer-director Jocelyn Moorhouse, producers Film Art Media said Thursday.

The Dressmaker, billed as a stylish drama with comic undertones, centers on Tilly Dunnage (Winslet), who returns after many years in Europe to her small Australian outback hometown with revenge on her mind.

Tilly, a talented couturier, returns to the remote country town from which she fled as a child after being accused of murder. She wants to make amends with her eccentric mother, Molly (Davis), but first must unravel the secrets of her past.

Principal photography will start Down Under in 2014.

The Dressmaker is based on the novel of the same name by Ham, which Maslin optioned four years ago.

The film will be released in Australia and New Zealand by Universal Pictures International and is being sold worldwide by U.K.-based sales agent Embankment Films and co-represented in the U.S. with CAA.

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01/19/2012  •  Posted By Roberta  •  5 Comments

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10/05/2011  •  Posted By Roberta  •  12 Comments

And to celebrate our English Rose day, I have put up a new layout made by the amazing Hilary. Hope you guys like it as much as I do! And if you come across any errors, please let me know! :D

HAPPY 36TH, KATE!!!

04/29/2011  •  Posted By Roberta  •  0 Comment(s)

The notion of “deleting” bad memories has been somewhat of a pop-culture wishlist staple for a long time, and was a huge plot point in the Jim Carrey/Kate Winslet film Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind.

In partially encouraging, partially terrifying news, scientists have identified a protein kinase in marine snails that could one day be instrumental in erasing bad memories from our recall, sparing the trauma of reliving the upsetting moments:

Scientists found they could erase long-term memories in the snails by inhibiting the activity of a specific protein kinase called PKM — molecules that chemically modify proteins.

“I think we will be able to alter memories someday to reduce the trauma from our brains,” said the study’s senior author, David Glanzman, a UCLA professor of integrative biology and physiology and of neurobiology.

It may seem that snail memories are far less complex than those of humans, but Glanzman says the similarities indicate promise in similar human circumstances:

“Almost all the processes that are involved in memory in the snail also have been shown to be involved in memory in the brains of mammals,” Glanzman said.

The study was published in the April 27th issue of Journal of Neuroscience.

Source: The Inquisitr