Unfortunately they are NOT of her (slightly misleading huh?) but here’s a shot from behind the scenes at the upcoming flick! We aren’t even sure what role Kate will be playing, but as soon as details come out, you can expect it to be here.
Kate Mara was recently featured in a fashion blog where her impeccable sense of style and her ability to add ‘va-va-voom’ to a red carpet was celebrated.
Whether she’s front row at Zac Posen looking darling and demure, at a Chanel event dazzling in their latest couture collection, adding some much needed va-va-voom to the red carpet in eye popping body-con, or proving red heads can in fact wear red and get away with it at Sundance, Kate always manages to look cool, calm, and collected. Look and learn.
Some new cast members have been announced for the upcoming Iron Man 2 film, directed by Jon Favreau. Kate Mara and Clark Gregg are both set to join the cast of the film, currently shooting in Manhattan Beach, Calif.
Looking forward to seeing the type of role Kate plays, hopefully a flame haired villain for a change!
The Palm Beach International Film Festival announced its film line up. The festival is running from April 23 to April 27, 2009 in Palm Beach, Florida. Over 110 films will screen at the festival this year. “We’re a little shorter this year, yet we have added more venues, as well as a second weekend featuring the ‘Best of the Fest,” said Emerman.
The film “Stone of Destiny” opens the festival. The film stars Kate Mara, Charlie Cox, Robert Carlyle, Billy Boyd and Ciaron Kelly. It re-tells the true story of four young students who, outwitted the British authorities in their successful attempt to take back the Coronation Stone – Stone of Scone, a beloved symbol of Scottish pride – from Westminster Abbey back to its country of origin.
Some more reviews were published today for Stone of Destiny, starring Kate Mara. The film has gotten mixed reviews, I enjoyed it just for Kate though!
A very raunchy photo of Kate Mara has appeared on the Esquire website with a short interview.
Kate look amazing in the shots, it’s good to see her, since she has been a little quiet of late.
From the Interview:
Also, she is shy. That’s what she says, at least. “Painfully shy. I hated school. The thought of sitting in a room with twenty kids my age and everybody talking freaked me out.” She says she had only one friend growing up. She has trouble in big groups, unless that group is her family. Big family, huge family.
And yet she talks comfortably, confidently, laughing a lot of the time. “Fuck that bitch!” she jokes about competing for roles. She talks about being nervous about her photo shoot since she spent the last month in London, working on a play, thirty nights at the pub. And when she doesn’t know an answer, she doesn’t wiggle away or sidestep or try to meet you halfway. She knocks it down by saying, “I don’t know.” It’s not rude, just honest.
There hasn’t been a great deal of news regarding Kate lately, so I thought I would post a cute shot of her which was taken at the Stardust premiere earlier in 2008. Enjoy!
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!
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 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!