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The new full-length trailer for Ryan Murphy’s FX drama ‘Pose‘ has been released and it looks amazing! Watch it:
While Pose features faces familiar to American Horror Story, like Evan Peters and Kate Mara, Jackson and Rodriguez are just two of the record-setting number of trans actors tapped for series regular roles. The cast includes James Van Der Beek, Indya Moore, Hailie Sahar, Angelica Ross, Billy Porter, Ryan Jamaal Swain, Dyllon Burnside, Charlayne Woodard, and Angel Bismark Curiel.
Murphy created the series with Brad Falchuk and Steven Canals. Canals is writing the scripts with trans activist Janet Mock, while real-life ball culture performers Hector Xtravaganza, Skylar King, and Sol Williams serve as consultants. In addition, Pose is partnering with Murphy’s Half Foundation to mentor trans directors.
Pose will death drop onto FX with a premiere on Sunday, June 3.
Kate is gracing the cover of Shape magazine in its May issue. On the interview, she explains why she decided to go vegan.
Thanks to her new marriage, a healthier way of eating, and animal advocacy work she’s passionate about, Kate Mara has found her bliss zone.
We updated our gallery with the photoshoot and the behind-the-scenes video screen captures. You will find scans added asap!
Magazine Scans and Clippings > Publications in 2018 > Shape (May 2018)
Photoshoots & Portraits > Sessions in 2018 > 003 – Shape
Interviews, Talk Shows & Other Screencaptures > Photoshoots > 2018 – Shape
Lots of people talk about living in the moment, but only a few master the experience. Kate Mara is one of them. “I’m not a person who plans ahead,” says the actor, 35. “I enjoy the here and now as much as I can. I’m at my best when I’m not worrying about the future.”
That strategy is clearly a winning one, because Kate’s life these days is pretty fantastic. Last summer she married her boyfriend of two years, actor Jamie Bell, becoming stepmother to his 4-year-old son. “I love knowing that I have a partner for life,” Kate says. “I feel very proud to call Jamie my husband and to have made that commitment to him.” Her career is also soaring. Kate is starring in the movie Chappaquiddick, and she’s playing a leading role in Pose, a groundbreaking musical drama debuting this summer about life in New York City in the 1980s, featuring the biggest transgender cast ever on a TV series.
Matt Damon, Joaquin Phoenix, Maggie Q, Sia, Kate Mara, Rooney Mara, Tony Kanal, Andy Cohen, Kristin Bell, Pam Anderson, Alicia Silverstone, Edward James Olmos, Tricia Helfer, Minnie Driver, Alyssa Milano, Wendie Malick, Bill Maher, Russell Simmons, JR Bourne, Kristin Bauer van Straten, and Jenna Tatum – join Marc Ching and The Animal Hope and Wellness Foundation, speaking out to stand against Yulin and the Dog Meat Trade.
Watch and share the video (be aware, the video contains very graphic scenes from the festival). To learn more about The Animal Hope and Wellness Foundation, pay a visit to their site: animalhopeandwellness.org
Elle.com has published a behind-the-scenes video with the starts that took part at the Dior’s Cruise 2017 show. Celebrity attendees Emma Roberts, Kate Mara, Olga Kurylenko, and others share their thoughts in this exclusive video.
Kate Mara stars in the film as a woman sent to check out a remote location where a rapidly developing, synthetic girl named Morgan may start to pose a danger to the scientists who created her. The title character is played by Anya Taylor-Joy, the breakout young star from this year’s acclaimed indie horror film The Witch.
The teaser offers the first cryptic look at the titular character, a seemingly innocent “human” who is in fact quite threatening. Morgan is dangerous enough to be enclosed and confined so that a corporate troubleshooter and consultant, played by Mara, can help investigate what looks like a bloody and terrifying accident.
Written by Seth W. Owen and directed by Scott’s son, Luke Scott, the film centers on the difficult decision of whether or not to eliminate this artificial being. Morgan is a teenager, but her capacities exceed most normal humans, and she’s evolving rapidly.
“Morgan” also stars Rose Leslie, Paul Giamatti, Toby Jones and Boyd Holbrook and it hits theaters on September 2.