Kate arrived yesterday in Toronto to promote Chappaquiddick and, alongside husband Jamie Bell, attended several parties being held at the festival. We took a while to update everything because, with the amazing help (again) of our friends from The Margot Corner we can provide you pretty HQ images. Enjoy it!
Kate is keeping herself busy during New York Fashion Week. Yesterday, hours after Club Monaco presentation, she was spot at Saks 5th Avenue Presentation alongside Dorinda Medley and Chloe Sevigny. Check some pictures added in our gallery.
Kate attended earlier today the Club Monaco Presentation at 4 World Trade Center during New York Fashion Week. We have the first images added in our gallery, thanks to our friend The Margot Corner. Also be sure to check our gallery for additional images of Noon by Noor fashion show.
Kate Mara is set to star in and executive produce a drama series project based on Bly’s book 10 Days In A Mad-House, Deadline is reporting.
Written by Sarah Thorp (Jacob’s Ladder), the untitled project drama series follows the experiences of the first ever female undercover journalist Nellie Bly (Mara). As a reporter working for Joseph Pulitzer in the 1880’s, Bly feigned insanity and got herself committed to Blackwell’s Island Asylum to report on the conditions firsthand. The book was initially published as a series of articles for New York World. Bly later compiled the articles into a book, which was published by Ian L. Munro in New York City in 1887.
Kate Mara joined husband Jamie Bell at the annual Telluride Film Festival on Friday afternoon (September 1) Telluride, Colorado.
Kate and Jamie are in attendance for the premiere of Jamie‘s movie Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool this weekend. The film is based on the memoir of the same name and tells the true story of actress Gloria Grahame, who begins a relationship with young actor Peter Turner.
Our gallery was updated with some pictures of them during the day.
While deployed in Iraq, Marine Corporal Megan Leavey lets the pressures of military life get to her head. After one of her many disciplinary hearings, she is ordered to clean out the regiment’s K9 unit. While working on her assigned tasks, Leavey immediately identifies with one extremely energetic dog in the unit. This dog, named Rex, soon becomes Leavey’s closest companion. Thanks to Leavey’s special relationship with Rex, she is able to help dozens of her fellow soldiers from extremely dangerous situations. Both Rex and Leavey serve successfully together on over 100 missions but then the unthinkable happens. When both Leavey drives over a roadside bomb with Rex in the car, they have no other option than to fight for their lives together.
TIFF has announced earlier today its Gala Presentation lineups and Kate had two film selected to present its world premiere at the festival: Chappaquiddick and My Days of Mercy (previously know as Mercy).
Chappaquiddick, directed by John Curran, tells the recreation of the infamous 1969 drowning death of Mary Jo Kopechne, who was trapped in a car that Senator Ted Kennedy drove off of a bridge on Chappaquiddick Island, Massachusetts, following a long night of festivities.
My Days of Mercy, directed by Tali Shalom-Ezer, tells the story of the daughter (Ellen Page) of a man on death row that falls in love with a woman (Kate Mara) on the opposing side of her family’s political cause.
The 42nd Toronto International Film Festival runs from September 7 to 17, 2017 and the festival schedule will be released on August 22nd.
Kate attended last night a party celebration for her Haute Living covershoot (which you can see here) in Los Angeles. We have added some pictures of her at the event.
Kate and Jamie are officially married! The couple, who are dating since 2015 and got engaged in January, announced they wed this past weekend in Los Angeles.
Kate (and Jamie, on his account) shared this pretty picture on Instagram:
Congratulations to the couple!
Kate is currently on cover of Haute Living, for its July/August issue. Photographed by John Russo, she talked about Megan Leavey, her love for animals – and the work she and Rooney do on Humane Society, growing up watching musicals, football, the upcoming Chappaquiddick, her friendship with Ellen Page and their movie Mercy and, obviously, Jamie.
You can find the full interview below, and also on Haute Living website. Also, the pretty photoshoot is already added in our gallery. Scans will be added as soon its available – the magazine is set to be on stands next July 4th!