Kate attended a press conference for ‘Morgan’ in London on August 23, 2016. The film is set to be released on September 2, about a week from now. Our gallery has been updated with images from the event, and we should be adding more soon.
A new clip from ‘Morgan’ has been released! Kate stars alongside Rose Leslie, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Boyd Holbrook, and the film hits theaters on September 2, 2016.
According Deadline, Kate Mara and Ed Helms are joining Jason Clarke in the cast of the feature film Chappaquiddick which will be directed by John Curran.
EXCLUSIVE: Kate Mara and Ed Helms are joining Jason Clarke in the cast of the feature film Chappaquiddick which will be directed by John Curran. Mara will star in the pivotal role of Mary Jo Kopechne, the 28 year-old, smart, vivacious teacher and campaign aide to Robert Kennedy who was the passenger in the car of Senator Ted Kennedy (Clarke) when the car he was driving plunged into the water off a one-lane bridge. Kopechne became trapped in the overturned, submerged car while Kennedy escaped. He then failed to report the accident to police and instead that night reached out to two others — a cousin and friend — to help him.
That cousin was Joe Gargan, who will be portrayed in the movie by Helms. Helms role is key to history and to the story as Kennedy wrangled Gargan and another friend to go back to the scene to try to find Kopechne under the water. While Gargan was loyal to Ted he also had a strong moral compass and pressed his cousin to do the right thing and call police (which was not done until the next morning).
Kate was sighted once again on location for her upcoming film, ‘Leavey’, this time in Atlanta, Georgia. She plays Morgan Leavey, a real-life Marine corporal and K-9 operator who shares a tight-knit bond with her combat dog – which can be seen in some of the pictures. The film doesn’t have a release date just yet.
Kate was sighted on location for the film ‘Leavey’ in LaGrange, Georgia, on June 9. She appeared to be running through lines with her castmates and trying to escape from the sun by holding a huge umbrella over her head. The biopic tells the story of Megan Leavey, the hero Marine corporal and her combat dog Max, a German Shepherd, and it is directed by Gabriela Cowperthwaite. A release date hasn’t been set yet.