凯特·布兰切特 Cate Blanchett ScreenCaps

nikki8green6 posted on Sep 13, 2010 at 06:06AM
Below is a list of movies & TV Shows {Episodes} that Cate has appeared in that have already been uploaded to the screencaps section of this spot. If you're looking for a certain episode or movie just let me know and I will try and upload it, if you upload a movie please list it in the comments so that I can update the list..Thanks..:)

Paradise Road
(1997) R
When the Japanese overrun Singapore during World War II, many women and children end up in a prison camp. Although they are of different ages, nationalities and backgrounds, the women form a bond as they cope with the brutal behavior of their captors and the lack of food and medical care. Bruce Beresford directs an ensemble that includes Glenn Close, Frances McDormand, Cate Blanchett, Pauline Collins, Jennifer Ehle and Julianna Margulies.

The Talented Mr. Ripley
(1999) R
Charming sociopath Tom Ripley (Matt Damon) maneuvers his way into the lush life of a young heir (Jude Law) vacationing in Italy in this increasingly creepy thriller from Anthony Minghella (The English Patient), based on a novel by Patricia Highsmith. Nominated for multiple Oscars, the film features breathtaking cinematography and standout performances from all involved (including Gwyneth Paltrow, Cate Blanchett and Philip Seymour Hoffman).

The Shipping News
(2001) R
Distraught after the disappearance of his estranged wife, Quoyle (Kevin Spacey) and his daughter move into their ancestral home with his long-lost aunt (Judi Dench) in Newfoundland, where life is rough and secrets are buried deep. When Quoyle lands a job as a reporter for the local newspaper, a past emerges, a mystery unfolds and life awakens. Lasse Hallström directs this drama based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by E. Annie Proulx.

Coffee and Cigarettes
(2003) R
Jim Jarmusch's ensemble comedy collects a series of strange encounters Jarmusch has been capturing in short films since the mid-1980s, presenting them as a series of vignettes that all revolve around discussions held over coffee and cigarettes. A diverse cast including Bill Murray, Steve Buscemi, Tom Waits, Cate Blanchett and Roberto Benigni address such topics as Nicola Tesla, alternative medicine, Paris, the movie industry and more.

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
The Fellowship of the Ring
(2001) PG-13
From the idyllic shire of the Hobbits to the smoking chasms of Mordor, director Peter Jackson has created a world that surpasses the expectations of J.R.R. Tolkien purists as Frodo Baggins (Elijah Wood) embarks on his epic quest to destroy the ring of Sauron. The movie -- which nabbed 13 Oscar nominations -- is superbly cast with actors such as Ian McKellen (Gandalf) and Viggo Mortensen (Aragorn), and stays remarkably true to the book.

The Gift
(2000) R
When the authorities find a drowned woman's body, a small-town psychic (Cate Blanchett) starts having visions of who committed the murder, which means she's the only one who can testify to what truly happened … and that she could be the killer's next target. Giovanni Ribisi, Keanu Reeves, Hilary Swank, Katie Holmes and Greg Kinnear co-star in this moody Sam Raimi thriller co-written by Billy Bob Thornton.

(2002) R
Deeply disappointed by law enforcement's lax investigation following her husband's drug-related death, Philippa Paccard (Cate Blanchett) takes the law into her own hands and ends up imprisoned in this moody romantic drama from director Tom Tykwer (Run Lola Run). Filippo (Giovanni Ribisi), a police officer involved with Philippa's questioning, falls in love with her and helps her escape, as they flee together to the Tuscan countryside.

Oscar and Lucinda
(1997) R
Adapted from Peter Carey's novel, this romantic drama centers on feminist Australian heiress Lucinda (Cate Blanchett) and British missionary Oscar (Ralph Fiennes). Both have a penchant for gambling, and sparks fly when they meet aboard an Australian-bound ship. When the two make plans to build a glass church in the outback, Lucinda bets Oscar he can't transport the needed glass to the site. Oscar finds the wager -- and the woman -- irresistible.

(2001) PG-13
Two bank robbers, charming Joseph (Bruce Willis) and neurotic Terry (Billy Bob Thornton), battle over the affections of Kate (Cate Blanchett), a housewife they kidnapped before one of their big heists in this quirky love triangle from director Barry Levinson. Gaining notoriety as the "Sleepover Bandits," the partners then force a reality TV show host to cover their 15 minutes of fame while they go on a crime spree -- Kate in tow.

Charlotte Gray
(2001) PG-13
A Scottish woman (Cate Blanchett) searching for her missing pilot boyfriend during World War II must choose between finding her lost love and taking a stand when she meets a local farmer (Michael Gambon) and his son (Billy Crudup), a leader in the resistance who's harboring two Jewish children. Australian director Gillian Armstrong helms this period drama based on Sebastian Faulks's novel of the same name.

The Missing
(2003) R
When Maggie Gilkeson's (Cate Blanchett) oldest daughter (Evan Rachel Wood) is abducted by a witch doctor turned bandit, Maggie enlists her estranged father's (Tommy Lee Jones) help to find her. But they soon discover that other girls have gone missing -- and that time's running out. Father and daughter reunite for a battle even larger than the one they wage against each other in this suspenseful drama helmed by Oscar-winner Ron Howard.

The Aviator
(2004) PG-13
Martin Scorsese directs this Best Picture nominee about eccentric tycoon Howard Hughes (Leonardo DiCaprio), who turned a small fortune into a massive one by producing such classics as Hell's Angels, The Front Page and Scarface. He simultaneously branched into and transformed industry after industry -- including aviation. The film won five Oscars, including Best Cinematography, Art Direction and Supporting Actress (Cate Blanchett).

(2006) R
When an American couple (Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett) vacationing in Morocco fall victim to a random act of violence, a series of events unfolds across four countries that demonstrates both the necessity and impossibility of human communication. Director Alejandro González Iñárritu artfully weaves together three seemingly disparate stories in this Oscar nominee for Best Picture and Golden Globe winner for Best Drama.

The Good German
(2006) R
U.S. Army correspondent Jake Geismar (George Clooney) rekindles relations with an old flame, Lena (Cate Blanchett), in this Steven Soderbergh drama set in post-World War II Berlin. When her husband is hunted by U.S. and Russian military, a desperate Lena looks to Jake for a way out. Tension mounts as Jake discovers Lena has been keeping secrets and learns of black market dealings involving his shady driver (Tobey Maguire).

Notes on a Scandal
(2006) R
When pottery instructor Sheba Hart (Cate Blanchett) dives into an illicit affair with one of her teenage students, she crafts a sticky situation that spells turmoil for herself and puts a fellow teacher in a tough spot. Faculty member Barbara Covett (Judi Dench) connects with the pretty new art teacher, but things take a turn when she learns Sheba's secret. Bill Nighy co-stars in this drama that drew Oscar nods for both Blanchett and Dench.

(1998) R
Shekhar Kapur's Oscar-winning treatise on absolute power and its human toll sees fledgling queen Elizabeth I (Cate Blanchett) sacrificing happiness with her lover (Joseph Fiennes) for her own safety and placing her trust in her stealthy "spymaster," Sir Francis Walsingham (Geoffrey Rush). The so-called "Virgin Queen" took the throne of a Roman Catholic country, declared the nation Protestant and ruled for 45 years -- but at great personal cost.

Elizabeth: The Golden Age
The Golden Age
(2007) PG-13
Cate Blanchett earned another nod from the Academy as the Virgin Queen -- reprising her Oscar-nominated role from 1998's Elizabeth -- in this lushly costumed but historically muddy sequel from director Shekhar Kapur. Focusing on the queen's tempestuous relationship with the adventurer Sir Walter Raleigh (Clive Owen), the film also stars Geoffrey Rush as the queen's adviser, Sir Francis Walsingham, and Samantha Morton as Mary, Queen of Scots.

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
(2008) PG-13
Nearly 20 years after last donning his famous fedora to save the world from imminent peril, Hollywood icon Harrison Ford returns to one of his best-known roles -- that of snake-wary archaeologist Indiana Jones. This long-awaited fourth installment in the legendary adventure saga also stars Shia LaBeouf as Jones's headstrong young sidekick and Cate Blanchett as a treacherous Russian agent who is hell-bent on protecting mysterious artifacts.

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
(2008) PG-13
David Fincher directs this Oscar-nominated tale of Benjamin Button (Brad Pitt) -- a man who was born old and wrinkled but grows younger as the years go by -- with a screenplay adapted from a short story by F. Scott Fitzgerald. The plot throws linear conventions upside down to explore love, loss and memory from the perspective of a character living under incredibly unique -- and unexpectedly difficult -- circumstances. Cate Blanchett co-stars.

(2000) R
Christina Ricci stars as Suzie, a Russian Jew adrift in the world after her father leaves the family to make a fresh start in America in 1927. After emigrating to England, Suzie flowers into a no-nonsense showgirl who eventually ends up in Paris. There, she becomes involved with Cesar (Johnny Depp), the head of a band of gypsies, but their happiness -- and Suzie's quest to track down her father -- is challenged by the rising Nazi influence in Europe.
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