The four were on hand for the premiere of the movie Film Stars Don't Die In Liverpool that stars Bell and Bening.
Kate Mara and Jamie Bell make one cute couple at the premiere of Kate‘s new movie, Chappaquiddick, at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival!
The 34-year-old actress and the 31-year-old actor, who just got married back in July, posed together and held hands at Roy Thomson Hall on Sunday (September 10) in Toronto, Canada.
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One night before, Kate was spotted with Jamie at the HFPA & InStyle Party celebrating alongside stars including Jessica Chastain and Brie Larson.
Kate also made an appearance at the
The Telluride Film Festival may be a nexus for early Oscar buzz, but that doesn’t always mean consensus. Last year, IndieWire’s critics survey ranking the best movies at the festival did eventually line up with the Academy, as Best Picture winner “Moonlight” topped the poll. This year, however, the 15 participants in IndieWire’s poll were clearly divided about the best of the festival, which may be the first indication that this year’s best-picture race is anything but certain. Two major fall films tied in multiple categories, and they couldn’t be
The Telluride Film Festival is about a lot more than Oscars. Co-directors Tom Luddy and Julie Huntsinger certainly set out to program the year’s likeliest Oscar contenders, including Joe Wright’s Gary Oldman vehicle “Darkest Hour,” Greta Gerwig’s “Lady Bird,” starring Saoirse Ronan, Guillermo del Toro’s “The Shape of Water,” starring Sally Hawkins, and “Battle of the Sexes,” starring a luminous Emma Stone as real-life hero Billie Jean King.
But Telluride was also a crucible for conversations about the state of the motion picture industry throughout the weekend, as Netflix and Amazon
The public can’t seem to resist stories about the private lives of movie stars. We’re fascinated by who these beautiful flickering gods might be off-screen, and that fascination is exacerbated a thousand times over by the fact that these beautiful flickering gods don’t want us to know. It’s a recipe for infatuation and disaster. It’s also a recipe for some very bad movies. The truth may be stranger than fiction, but it’s awful hard to bridge the gap between the two.
“Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool” is a tawdrier, more
Jamie Bell might be heading back to television in a series based on his 2008 movie Jumper!
The 31-year-old actor starred in the movie alongside Hayden Christensen and Rachel Bilson nearly a decade ago.
Jamie is working with Doctor Who‘s Julian Simpson to adapt the film into a series and there’s a chance he’ll reprise his role of Griffin in the show, according to Deadline.
Jumper followed a guy with a genetic anomaly who had the ability to teleport himself anywhere. He discovers this gift has existed for centuries and finds himself in
For the second year in a row, the Best Actress Oscar race looks more competitive than Best Actor. Oscar-winner Nicole Kidman could score for her canny schoolmarm in Sofia Coppola’s Civil War drama “The Beguiled,” while Oscar nominee Carey Mulligan (“An Education”) is superb as a southern farmer’s wife in Dee Rees’ Sundance hit “Mudbound” (Netflix). Coming up this month is Sundance musical “Patti Cake$” (Fox Searchlight, August 18), starring Australian breakout Danielle Macdonald.
“The Shape of Water”
As the make-or-break fall festivals loom, Oscar-winner Kate Winslet (“The Reader”) could land an
Kate Mara strikes a pose while attending the Haute Living Celebrates Kate Mara with Westime cover party held on Monday (August 7) in Los Angeles.
The 34-year-old actress was joined at the event by her handsome hubby Jamie Bell, as well as artists Shelby and Sandy Murphy, and photographer John Russo who shot Kate‘s photo spread for the Haute Living San Francisco‘s July/August 2017 issue.
Over the weekend, Kate and Jamie showed off their love as they stepped out to run errands together in Los Angeles.
FYI: Kate is wearing a Dior