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Inside Kate Mara and Jamie Bell’s Private Romance, ‘Hectic’ Lives as Parents and Possible Plans for Another Baby

Ready for more kids? Kate Mara and husband Jamie Bell are open to the idea of expanding their family, a source exclusively reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly. “They’re very happy, very committed and consider one another beyond blessed to have this wonderful life together,” the insider says of the couple, who tied […]
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Produced by Kate Mara, 'The Smell of Money' Doc Highlights Environmental Racism of the Pig Industry

There are endless injustices within the pork industry, even going beyond the animal rights concerns and environmental damage. Those who live near pig farms and slaughterhouses have to deal with unthinkable pollution and health issues, and their stories highlight the plight of environmental racism in the U.S. — and the new documentary The Smell of Money aims to bring all of this to light.
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How Kate Mara and Famous Pals Inspired a Filmmaker to Finish His Documentary About a Battle Against Big Pork

Click here to read the full article. Two years ago, Kate Mara watched a rough cut of “The Smell of Money” – a documentary about Elsie Herring’s decades-long fight to stop a multibillion-dollar corporate hog farm from spraying animal waste on her family’s land in North Carolina – and signed on to become an executive producer alongside David Lowery. Directed by Shawn Bannon, “The Smell of Money” examines not only how and why hog waste is killing innocent people, but also environmental racism, corporate malfeasance and global warming. The docu follows Herring and other residents as they wade through a...
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'The Big Lie': Star-Studded Audio Drama With Jon Hamm, Kate Mara, Coming to Audible

Audible has just announced John Mankiewicz's first-ever podcast, The Big Lie, which will feature several big-name actors voicing characters in the audio-drama series. The Big Lie will be a seven-part audio-drama series, set to air exclusively through Audible. The series will tell the story of the making of The Salt of the Earth, a 1950's film marred by the Hollywood Blacklisting practice of the time, which often ostracized filmmakers accused of being involved in communism, regardless of whether the claims were founded or not. Jon Hamm will play an FBI agent eager to take down the production of the film.
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Kate Mara and David Lowery Producing Documentary About 1980s Anti-Pork Movement

While the story may be stinky, things are beginning to smell like roses for the Shawn Bannon documentary, The Smell of Money. Deadline announced today that Kate Mara (House of Cards) and David Lowery (The Green Knight) will be jumping on board for the unbelievable tale as executive producers. They’ll join the production team alongside the previously announced Michelle Cho who will serve as an associate producer with Bannon doubling down as a producer. Jamie Berger (Pandemic of Injustice) penned the project.
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Kate Mara and Adam Scott on Their Audio Movie ‘Ghostwriter,’ Why It Felt Like a Novel, and the ‘Party Down’ Revival

From C13Features and available on all podcast platforms, the audio movie Ghostwriter is a psychological thriller that tells the story of a former journalist named Kate (brought to life by Kate Mara) who finds herself hand-selected by an eccentric billionaire named James (brought to life by Adam Scott), to be the ghostwriter on a story. What starts out as a murder mystery novel quickly blurs the lines of reality and the more they collaborate together, the more suspicions arise.
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