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Kate attended the Pose panel at the TCA Press Tour in Pasadena, California this Friday (Jan 5). She plays Patty in FX’s anticipated TV series and was joined by her co-stars including Evan Peters, James Van Der Beek, Indya Moore, Ryan Jamaal Swain, MJ Rodriguez and Dominique Jackson.
During the panel, Ryan Murphy opened up about the importance of the series.
“Now is the time to tell this story, about this group of people who, sadly are more and more disenfranchised and cut off. We want to celebrate them…The timing of this show is very important.”
Set in 1980s New York, Pose looks at the concurrent rise of Trump-era downtown social and literary scene and ball culture worlds. The show will air on FX later this year.
FX ordered Pose, the Ryan Murphy’s new dance-musical drama to series.
Set in 1986, the series takes on the rise of Donald Trump-style superwealth, the denizens of downtown (including the literary scene) and the underground LGBT subculture known as ball culture.
The series’ cast includes James Van Der Beek (Dawson’s Creek), Billy Porter (Broadway’s Kinky Boots), Kate Mara (House of Cards) and Evan Peters (American Horror Story).
Tatiana Maslany (Orphan Black), who’d previously been announced as taking part in the series, has exited the production, TVLine has confirmed. Her role, a modern dance teacher who “takes a special interest in the talent of Damon” (played by Ryan Jamaal Swain), has been rewritten as a 50-year-old African-American woman and recast with Charlayne Woodard (The Leftovers).
After last year’s Jackie, another drama depicting a Kennedy family incident came to Toronto International Film Festival this fall. Chappaquiddick, directed by John Curran (Tracks, The Killer Inside Me), stars Jason Clarke, Kate Mara, Ed Helms, Bruce Dern, Jim Gaffigan and Taylor Nichols. It follows the infamous 1969 event in which a car went off a Massachusetts bridge, leading to the death of his campaign strategist Mary Jo Kopechne, and a cover-up ensued. Ahead of a release in April, the first trailer and poster has now landed.
Nearly five decades ago, on July 18, 1969, a car went off the Dike Bridge on the island of Chappaquiddick. The driver, Ted Kennedy escaped. His 28-year-old passenger, Mary Jo Kopechne, did not. An upcoming movie, Chappaquiddick, attempts to tell the story of what happened that night and why it took Kennedy some ten hours to report the accident to the local Edgartown police.
Kate attended today the British Independent Film Awards, that was held at Old Billingsgate in London, England. She was supporting husband Jamie Bell, nominated as Best Actor for his work in Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool. Check the HQ images added in our gallery.
Kate attended the celebration of Christian Siriano’s new book “Dresses to Dream About” on Thursday (November 30) at Chateau Marmont in West Hollywood, Calif. Alongside a team of beautiful women including Connie Britton, Selma Blair, Kristin Chenoweth and Angela Bassed, she posed for pictures that you can now find in our gallery.
Kate attended the 2017 Guggenheim International Gala made possible by Dior held at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum on Thursday (November 16) in New York City.
Prior to the gala dinner, dancer Daniil Simkin performed an excerpt from his Works & Process at the Guggenheim–commissioned production, Falls the Shadow, featuring costume designs by Maria Grazia Chiuri, Artistic Director of Dior. Proceeds from the event support the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
Kate Mara stepped out to show her support for the Humane Society! She attended the Humane Society Of The United States To The Rescue! Gala on Friday night (November 10) at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City.
The gala brought together over 500 leaders, partners and celebrities to help raise money for the rescue and care of animals in need. The gala was honoring Matchbox Twenty frontman Rob Thomas and his wife Marisol, and the charity they set up.
Sidewalk Angels Foundation is dedicated to providing critically needed funds and support to more than 20 no-kill animal shelters and rescues across the US, and in the Caribbean.
Kate Mara and Jamie Bell attended the SAG-AFTRA Foundation Patron of the Artists Awards on Thursday night (November 9) at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, Calif. She was looking beautiful in a black Dior dress, in the event that was set to honor a variety of talent, including Lee Daniels, Judd Apatow and Lionel Richie.
Our gallery was updated with images of her arrival. Enjoy!