Kate Winslet Fan

04/19/2011  •  Posted By Roberta  •  7 Comments

Awesome news, you guys!

I managed to restore the entire forums without losing any users, threads and posts. :D

Please give a warm welcome to Marta (martasssantos) as the new moderator! She will be doing some cleaning on the forums as well.

And what are you waiting for? GO POST NOW! :D

04/19/2011  •  Posted By Roberta  •  2 Comments

Take a look at our new audio files page and see how pretty and easy it is now!

Clickity click!

Please share your thoughts! :D

04/18/2011  •  Posted By Roberta  •  4 Comments

Kate Winslet finds it hard to make time for herself without “feeling guilty about it”.

The Revolutionary Road actress devotes so much time to her children — 10-year-old Mia, her daughter with first husband Jim Threapleton, and seven-year-old Joe, her son with second spouse Sam Mendes, who she split from in March 2010 — she has joked she has forgotten how to “sit down”, and has to force herself to make time to just relax.

She said in an interview with Britain’s HELLO! magazine: “Any mother knows the last person you think about is yourself. I’ve been a mother for 10 years and I’m still trying to figure out how to give time to myself without feeling guilty about it.

“Sometimes I’ll sit down and I’ll go, ‘Oh it’s just nice to sit down,’ because truly, I’ve forgotten how to do that.

“You forget to sit down and not worry about what needs to be done for the kids, just take time for yourself and pick up a book or read a recipe. I tell myself ‘Just. Sit. Down.’ it’s a challenge.”

Kate, 35, also revealed she is enjoying her 30s and feels much more secure in herself and prepared for the challenges of life than she did in her 20s.

She added: “I think that for a lot of women, our 20s are a time of really figuring things out and figuring out what we’re really about. Of course, at the time, we think we know exactly who we are, we think we’ve done all the growing emotionally . And then along come our 30s and it’s all different again.

“I’m really enjoying my 30s, actually. I have so much more life experience than I did when I was 25 and that’s a real luxury.”

Source: The Independent

04/17/2011  •  Posted By Roberta  •  5 Comments


These past few days I’ve been working to bring the forums back with all the users, threads and posts. Just waiting for a reply from my host on this and sometime this week the forums will be back!

Our fellow fan Marta has offered to be the moderator, so yay!

The other news is: soon there are going to be Blu-ray screen captures of some of Kate’s films! :D

04/15/2011  •  Posted By Roberta  •  6 Comments

Kate Winslet opened the Neo Natal Baby Care Unit at Southmead’s Hospital in Bristol, England on June 23, 2006.

Here are 22 more HQ pics from that day:

• Miscellaneous: Assorted > Charity Work

04/15/2011  •  Posted By Roberta  •  9 Comments

This update goes out especially to the Titanic addicts! :)

Added 1,249 HD screen captures of the film:

• Film Productions > Titanic: Screen Captures – Blu-ray

04/14/2011  •  Posted By Roberta  •  7 Comments

I know some of you guys are missing the forums. However, I don’t have the time to moderate it.

So I’m looking for somebody who knows about forums and phpBB and is willing to be a moderator — a great and dedicated one.
That includes deleting spams and blocking spammers on a regular basis and much more.

If I do find someone who wants to be a moderator, I’ll bring it back.

Please send me an e-mail to .

04/14/2011  •  Posted By Roberta  •  6 Comments

Ready for another round of debate as to whether or not Roman Polanski should be allowed back into the United States in order to attend awards shows? Well then good news, because Polanski’s latest movie Carnage is all set up to get a distribution deal, and it looks like a film that will be getting a lot of attention come awards season. Deadline Topanga Canyon reports that Michael Barker and Tom Bernard of Sony Pictures Classics are close to signing a deal to release the film, that was packaged by ICM, here in the US.

Carnage is an adaptation of a Tony Award winning play by Yasmina Reza. It tells the story of the aftermath of a schoolyard brawl between two 11 year-old boys. The boys’ parents turn out to be just as irrational as their children, and when they meet to talk over the scuffle a series of arguments and chaotic disagreements over various hot-button issues becomes the norm for the night. The stage play’s original cast consisted of James Gandolfini, Marcia Gay Harden, Jeff Daniels, and Hope Davis, but none of those actors reprise their roles for Polanski’s film version. That would probably be seen as a huge disappointment, except for the fact that Polanski got Christoph Waltz, Jodie Foster, John C. Reilly, and Kate Winslet to replace them. Wow, way to be a one-upper Roman.

Source: Film School Rejects