Kate Mara Transsiberian Reviews
Transsiberian is receiving glowing reviews from numerous critics.
The movie starsÂ Emily Mortimer, Woody Harrleson, Ben Kingsley and of course our lovely Kate Mara.
Deserenews.comÂ had this to say about kate’s performance: “Also, there’s a very good supporting turn from Mara. We’re not sure where her character stands in all this, and the revelation at the end is a good one.”
The movie is quite violent so people be prepared, it’s not for the squeamish!
The stars of the new adventure movie Stone Of Destiny have recently said they loved filming in Glascow, where most of the film was shot.
According to English actor Charlie Cox –
“Glasgow is an incredible city because you are very much in a city and yet, you can drive 10 to 15 minutes and you are in the middle of nowhere,” he said.
Kate Mara added: “I loved Glasgow where we shot. It’s such a great city and I would seriously live there if I had to live somewhere else for some reason.
“I loved it. I loved it there. I loved the people there as well. I don’t mind the weather! I like it. I’m from New York so weather is good. I live in LA so I kind of crave that, you know”
Kate Mara in Toronto
Kate Mara has starred in a new movie, currently showing at the Torronto film festival. “Stone of Destiny” had it’s screenplay based on a book written by the plot’s real-life mastermind and the central character in the film, Ian Hamilton).
The plot revolves around a group of scotts who banded together in 1950 to repatriate what they considered stolen national property: the Scottish Coronation stone, that had been taken to England and fitted into the base of the English Coronation Chair. Its presence gave English monarchs dominion over Scotland. Inspired by the speeches of Scottish nationalist John MacCormick (Robert Carlyle), Hamilton and his friends planned a detailed mission to bring the stone home.
The movie also stars Billy Boyd and Ciaron Kelly, as well as Brenda Fricker. More details soon!
Kate Mara made an appearance at a Peter Som fashion show recently at which Gymnast Nastia Liukin was on the catwalk!
This shot shows Kate in glamourous company: actresses Elizabeth Banks, tennis star Maria Sharapova and Nastia Liukin.
Roger Ebert at the Sunday Times has reviewed the new movie Transsiberian, in which Kate Mara stars. The movie also stars Emily Mortimer as ‘Jesse’ and Woody Harrelson as her husband ‘Roy’.
Kate plays ‘Abby’, a 20 year old runaway from Chicago. Ebert gives the film a thumbs up.
Although the movie has several action sequences, not one is put in for effect. They all grow from the plot, and drive it — even, I would argue, the concluding train sequence, which is certainly improbable but makes a certain sense. Like all the best suspense movies, “Transsiberian” starts in neutral, taking the time to introduce its characters, and then goes from second into high like greased lightning. I was a little surprised to notice how thoroughly it wound me up. This is a good one.