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Cate Blanchett has a Hot Fuzz cameo you’ve never noticed

Edgar Wright’s comedy movie Hot Fuzz has a brilliant cast, with the likes of Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Olivia Colman, and Paddy Considine in key roles. However, the cast is even more stacked than you might initially realise, thanks to some clever little cameos in the 2000s movie, including none other than Cate Blanchett.
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Focus Features Releases First Trailer to ‘TÁR’ Starring Cate Blanchett

Focus Features has released the first teaser for its upcoming film “TÁR.”. Cate Blanchet stars in the film inspired by conductor Eva Brunelli, who was the first woman to conduct the Berliner Philharmoniker in 1923. The film will tell the story of Lydia Tár, an alter ego of Eva Brunelli.
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Watch: Cate Blanchett takes up conducting

The Australian conductor stars in a film called Tár, to be released in October. The story is based on that of Eva Brunelli who once conducted the Berlin Philharmonic in 1923. In the second half of this trailer, Blanchett has a go at Mahler’s fifth symphony. Enjoy.

'TÁR' Trailer Shows Cate Blanchett as a Genius Composer Moved by Music

Cate Blanchett is taking the world of orchestral performance by storm in the first teaser for Todd Field’s TÁR. The feature will see the actress take on the role of the fictional Lydia Tár, a genius composer and conductor who holds the title of being the first female chief conductor of a major German orchestra. The musical film will mark the return of Field, who has taken a 15-year hiatus from standing behind the camera and lending his eye to productions since 2007’s Little Children.

‘TÁR’ Trailer: Todd Field Returns with Cate Blanchett in Austere Orchestral Drama

16 years have passed since “Little Children” hit theaters. Now, the world is finally getting another Todd Field movie. The writer-director is returning to the fall festival circuit — and (presumably) the Oscar race — this year with “TÁR,” a new project set against the highly competitive classical music scene in Germany. If “Little Children” and Field’s earlier “In The Bedroom” were any indication of the filmmaker’s modern sensibilities, cinephiles should be in for a real treat when his third feature opens this fall.
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Cate Blanchett In Thar, Teaser Out

Mumbai, 26th July 2022 (NewsHelpline) - Focus Features has revealed the superb first teaser trailer for a film titled TÁR, the latest feature from filmmaker Todd Field. This his first feature in 16 years since last making Little Children in 2006.

‘TÁR’ Teaser Trailer: Director Todd Field Returns 16 Years Later With Cate Blanchett As A Musical Genius

Todd Field made a new movie sixteen years after “Little Children” and twenty-one after “In the Bedroom” were released. Both films landed Field an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Screenplay, while “In the Bedroom” was also nominated for Best Picture. His latest, “TÁR” sees Field collaborate with Cate Blanchett for the first time. In a recent interview with The Film Comment Podcast, Blanchett herself described the process of working with Field as fantastic:

Cate Blanchett and Tom Jones Among ‘Documentary Now!' Season 4's Guest Stars

The wait is almost over. After having to sit through a global pandemic with virtually no news of one of the best shows in television, Documentary Now! fans will soon be able to enjoy Season 53 – also known as Season 4, but who’s counting? – of the acclaimed series. Today, IFC revealed the slate of guest stars that will populate the upcoming episodes, and, as always, they only make the show more of a must-watch. Once again, the anthology series will feature mockumentaries that both pay homage and satirize famous and celebrated documentaries, most of them starring co-creators Bill Hader and Fred Armisen, and all introduced by Helen Mirren (The Queen).

'Documentary Now!': Cate Blanchett, Jamie Demetriou join Season 53

July 11 (UPI) -- IFC has announced a first round of guest stars of Documentary Now! Season 53. The network said in a press release Monday that The Lord of the Rings and Blue Jasmine actress Cate Blanchett and Stah Lets Flats creator and star Jamie Demetriou will appear in the new season of the mockumentary series.