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Kate Winslet

Kate Winslet gained worldwide fame for her role as Rose in "Titanic" opposite Leonardo DiCaprio, but the blockbuster film seems like a mere blip on the timeline of her long and acclaimed career. The British actress has earned five Academy Awards nominations in addition to other Golden Globe, Emmy, SAG and BAFTA nods. While her repertoire is heavy on British period dramas, Winslet also shines in indie films such as "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" and "Little Children." She is married to director Sam Mendes.
Kate Winslet gained worldwide fame for her role as Rose in "Titanic" opposite Leonardo DiCaprio, but the blockbuster film seems like a mere blip on the timeline of her long and acclaimed career. The British actress has earned five Academy Awards nominations in addition to other Golden Globe, Emmy, SAG and BAFTA nods. While her repertoire is heavy on British period dramas, Winslet also shines in indie films such as "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" and "Little Children." She is married to director Sam Mendes. « Show less

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  • ‘Divergent’ sequel ‘Insurgent’ begins production in Atlanta

     
    Shailene Woodley is heading back to dystopian Chicago. Lionsgate announced Tuesday that principal photography for “Insurgent,” next year's planned sequel […]...
  • ‘Divergent’ producers tap Veronica Roth’s Dauntless power for sequel

     
    While the spring blockbuster “Divergent” doesn't arrive on Blu-ray and DVD until Aug. 5, the first film based on Veronica […]...
  • Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo among BAFTA L.A. award winners

    Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo among BAFTA L.A. award winners
    Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Emma Watson, Judi Dench and director Mike Leigh were announced Thursday morning as this year's honorees for the BAFTA Los Angeles Jaguar Britannia Awards. The honors will be presented at a ceremony Oct. 30 at the Beverly...
  • Lost in the dystopian nightmare of 'The Maze Runner'

    Bucking the femme-centric trend in YA fantasy fare, boys claim the dystopian spotlight in "The Maze Runner." The story, based on the first novel in James Dashner's four-book series, finds the XY crowd with their work cut out for them: Deprived of...
  • Will world-ender YA dystopia trend yield to happier days?

    A mere two years have passed since the first "Hunger Games" movie. It feels like 20. In those two years the world has been brought to the edge of extinction so many times, only to be saved by young people in Henley T-shirts, it's as if we're dealing...
  • Toronto Film Festival closes with a whimper

    Toronto Film Festival closes with a whimper
    Say, did you catch Cumberbatch? What about Downey and Duvall? Or Dano? Don't forget Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones. Or Reese unwashed — that was wild. Could Winslet get any earthier? Who knew Wiig would find another level of crazy? Can Bill...
  • Toronto Film Review: 'A Little Chaos'

    , with Kate Winslet starring as a green-thumbed widow hired to design part of the gardens at Versailles for Alan Rickman's Louis XIV. Rickman's first directorial effort since 1997's "The Winter Guest" is a formulaic, broadly drawn historical fiction...
  • Toronto: Alan Rickman on Directing 'A Little Chaos,' Gardening and Kate Winslet's Green Thumb

    Alan Rickman is best known for playing scene-stealing villains in "Die Hard" and the Harry Potter movies, but the silver tongued charmer steps out of the spotlight and assumes the director's chair for "A Little Chaos." It's a period drama about a...
  • Toronto: Tobey Maguire's Chess Movie 'Pawn Sacrifice' Sells for U.S.

    "Pawn Sacrifice," the chess drama starring Tobey Maguire and Liev Schreiber as Bobby Fischer and Boris Spassky, has found a U.S. home. Andrew Karpen's newly minted distribution company Bleecker Street has acquired the domestic rights to the movie,...
  • Toronto Film Review: 'The Little Death'

    Four couples and their various kinky proclivities prove less intriguing than you might expect in "The Little Death," a more sitcomish than subversive writing-directing debut from Australian actor Josh Lawson. Tracing a series of loosely connected...
  • Toronto Film Review: 'The Forger'

    John Travolta is a copyist of great paintings forced to pull one dangerous last deception in "The Forger," a soft-centered crime meller that proves notably short on suspense, and marred by sentimentality that feels distinctly secondhand. Nothing feels...