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 attended the Noon By Noor fashion show during New York Fashion Week! Our gallery has been updated with images from the event.
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.
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 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!
Kate and Jamie attended today at Paris Fashion Week the front row of Dior Homme, and we have some pictures added in our gallery. More to come later!
We have updated our gallery with another portrait made during Kate’s current tour promoting Megan Leavey. This time is one she did for The Globe and Mail.
On the article that accompained the portraits, Kate and Gabriela Cowperthwaite talks about working with animals, specially comparing this current work with A Dog’s Purpose (and the behind the scenes video that caused comotion due the mistreat the german sheppard was receiving). For Kate and Cowperthwaite, the dogs’ welfare was “the most important thing at all times.
Mara credits Blackfish with turning her into an animal activist; that’s why she urged Megan Leavey’s producers to hire Cowperthwaite, though the director hadn’t made a fiction feature before. Mara’s gaze is level and her manner friendly, but there’s something flinty about her, something wary. She’s believable as someone who becomes a U.S. Marine “to get away from my life,” whose status as the sole woman in camp sets her apart even from her corps, and whose key relationship is with her dog.
“Megan starts off lost,” Mara says. “She doesn’t know what her purpose is in life. Everyone goes through that at some point – they need some guidance or passion. Through Rex, Megan finds her reason.”
There’s a strong outsider streak in Mara’s filmography. “I’m intrigued by that in a person,” she admits. “I like stories about people who don’t feel like they belong. I think all of us have a bit of that.”
Although she grew up in tony Bedford, N.Y., in a family that ran two football dynasties, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the New York Giants, as a kid, Mara yearned for escape. “School to me was a problem,” she says. “The social aspect was really anxiety-ridden for me.” She graduated high school a year early and dived into work, landing roles on TV (Law & Order, Nip/Tuck) and film (127 Hours, The Martian). Now, she says, “I’m able to wait for things that move or inspire me.”
You can read the full interview directly on Globe website.
Kate joined the Humane Society of the United States’ at a rally in Washington, DC, earlier today. They advocated for the Department of Agriculture to restore online records of animal welfare violations. National Geographic criticized their decision to delete said records in an article, explaining the problems that would most likely come along with it, and you can read it here. Kate has also shared a petition link on her official twitter account, and we urge you to sign it here. Our gallery has been updated with images of Kate at the event.