11 Nov 16
ImagesComments Off on Kate Winslet, Molly Sims and Other Celebs Paint Their Baby Bumps for The Belly Art Project

Spanx founder Sara Blakely came up with the idea for The Belly Art Project — a photo book featuring pregnant bellies made into works of art — when she was pregnant with her first son.

“I woke up in the middle of the night with an incredible urge to turn my big belly into a canvas, and I wanted to capture the moment in a fun and playful way,” Blakely, 45, tells PEOPLE. “The Belly Art Project was born, and has been a true labor of love for the past seven years.”

Over the years the project has featured more than 100 women’s bellies, including those of some of Blakey’s famous friends: Molly Sims, Kate Winslet, Savannah Guthrie, Alyssa Milano and Coco Rocha are just some of the celebs featured in the one-of-a-kind photo collection.

“Kate Winslet was the first one to say she wanted to be in the book — that was a moment where I thought, ‘Oh my God, someone this amazing and well respected for being one of the best actors of our time wants to do it!’” says Blakely.

But she didn’t just ask her friends to participate. Blakely also approached strangers in airports, nail salons and weddings to be a part of her project.

“I would approach these people and say, ‘I promise I’m not crazy! It’s just a really great, creative way to capture this time in your pregnancy,’” she says. “I would say 95 percent of the women that I approached […] were like, ‘Oh count me in this is amazing!’”

Blakely says it was easy for her to get the women on board because the book’s proceeds benefit Christy Turlington Burns’ Every Mother Counts, a non-profit organization dedicated to making pregnancy and childbirth safe for every mother.

“Other moms-to-be were happy to belly up to the cause in support of maternal health,” says Blakely.

As for the creative designs on each belly, Blakely says they were a mix of ideas she had in advance and spur-of-the-moment inspiration.

“Most of the belly art concepts came to me during my best thinking time – on my commute to work or at stoplights,” she says. “Other ideas were a collaboration that evolved once the paint met the bellies.”

She hopes people will enjoy the book, as well as the purpose behind it.

“Moms supporting moms is a wonderful thing,” she says, “and it makes for amazing, fun pictures!”


11 Nov 16
Collateral Beauty, ImagesComments Off on Collateral Beauty Movie Posters

I have added some posters for Kate’s new film Collateral Beauty to our gallery.

Gallery Links:
Kate Winslet Web > Films > 2016 | Collateral Beauty > Posters & Advertisements

11 Nov 16
Events, ImagesComments Off on Transform Now Video Series Launch

This week Kate attended the launch of Niki Perry Yoga’s “Transform Now” Video Series and thanks to Claudia we have images from the event in our gallery!

Gallery Links:
Kate Winslet Web > 2016 > November 9 | Niki Perry Yoga Launches “Transform Now” Video Series With Kate Winslet

10 Nov 16
Collateral Beauty, VideosComments Off on Collateral Beauty Trailer Two Has Been Released


This December, experience the miracle. Will Smith, Edward Norton, Kiera Knightley, Michael Peña, Naomie Harris, Jacob Latimore, Kate Winslet and Helen Mirren star in #CollateralBeauty, in theaters December 16.

23 Oct 16
Divergent, Images, InsurgentComments Off on Captures from Divergent & Insurgent

Thanks to the wonderful Claudia we have captures of Kate’s portrayal of Jeanine Matthews from Divergent & Insurgent in our gallery!

Gallery Links:
Kate Winslet Web > Films > 2014 | Divergent > Film Captures
Kate Winslet Web > Films > 2015 | Insurgent > Film Captures

15 Oct 16
Articles, Interviews, MagazinesComments Off on Kate Winslet: The Newsweek Interview

Kate recently did an interview for Newsweek Magazine where she talked about her new film The Dressmaker, what her kids think of her films, and more.

“I’m back, you bastards.”

That’s the first line Kate Winslet speaks in The Dressmaker, a melodramatic, revenge-obsessed adaptation of Rosalie Ham’s 2000 novel. And it’s true: Kate Winslet is back. Not that the remarkably skilled British actress ever quite went away—she has appeared in 40 films and counting as of 2016—but with The Dressmaker (in which she plays an accused murderess returning to her Australian town to care for her deranged mother) and Steve Jobs (for which she received an Oscar nod for her portrayal of Jobs’s bespectacled “work wife” Joanna Hoffman) she is determined to upend expectations of what a Kate Winslet performance might look like, to be “unrecognizable,” as some critics described her Jobs role.

“It’s the thing I’m actually proudest of hearing people say,” Winslet says. It’s a balmy Friday in September, and Winslet is sitting in a luxury hotel room in SoHo, where she’s come to talk about a movie she filmed two years ago in “the middle of absolutely nowhere,” Australia. (The Dressmaker, the film in question, has just been picked up by Amazon Studios for U.S. distribution.) Actually, she’s in New York to film an as-yet-untitled project with Woody Allen—she plays a waitress in 1950s Coney Island—but she won’t say a word about that. Nor is she very anxious to talk politics (“Don’t take me there”), though she has lent her voice to a wide range of social causes, from animal rights to body positivity.

The 40-year-old actress sipped tea and fretted over a stain where her daughter spilled toothpaste on her skirt as we discussed the finer points of co-star Liam Hemsworth (“a sweet, humble, very dear person”), Steve Jobs’s commercial flop and last year’s Oscars, where she lost but Titanic partner Leonardo DiCaprio finally won.

You traveled to Australia to film this movie in the desert. You must have really wanted to take on the role.
I loved the character. I loved the script when I read it. I was completely taken by her first line of the movie: “I’m back, you bastards!” It’s just such a brilliant line. When Teddy jumps into the silo, I still almost can’t believe that [director] Jocelyn Moorhouse really kept that in the film. It was very ballsy filmmaking, I thought…. It just so happened that it was a time in my life, and with my little family, that it was possible to go so far away.

Did the villainous side of the character appeal to you?
I never really saw it as a villainous side. I almost resisted her becoming this kind of femme fatale, because that’s very clichéd. It’s also quite easy to do, in terms of the look and the tone. I felt it was necessary [to find] a real person within that. I think the mother-daughter relationship really lends itself to keeping her real and grounded. She is someone’s daughter, after all.

Are you fond of those femme fatale movies? Film noir?
Not crazily so. I’m not a massive movie buff, to be honest. I mean, I’m in films. People often think that I must have a movie knowledge that’s inside out and back to front and very sophisticated. Not really.

You watch new films, though.
I watch new films, yeah. But I’m not an avid, crazy moviegoer. I don’t really have the time, if I’m completely honest.

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22 Sep 16
Interviews, VideosComments Off on Kate Winslet’s message to the mean girls in school who bullied her for ‘being chubby’

Kate Winslet’s new dramedy, “The Dressmaker,” is all about one woman’s mission to exact sweet revenge on everyone who did her wrong in the past, and as it turns out, it’s a topic the actress knows all about in real life.

The Oscar winner sat down with TODAY’s Billy Bush and revealed just how she bested the girls who gave her grief when was just a kid.

“I was kind of bullied when I was younger, actually at school,” she explained. “For being chubby (or), you know, I had girls who were envious of me because I was acting a little bit as a teenager.”

Getting back at them was easy — it just took time.

“This is my revenge,” Winslet said. “This right here, this lovely career I have been blessed with. I have healthy children. You know, I have a really happy life and, to me, it’s like ‘Well, look at me now girls!'”

How could they help but be jealous of all the good fortune that’s come Winslet’s way over the years? Living well really is the best revenge. But the star’s old bullies aren’t the only ones feeling envy for her. Even her oldest daughter, 15-year-old Mia, is a bit jealous of mom — and frankly, so are we.

That’s because Winslet stars alongside a couple of easy-on-the-eyes leading men in her upcoming flicks. In the “Dressmaker,” the 40-year-old romances a character played by 26-year-old Liam Hemsworth — not that she was aware of his age.

“Because I’m not a Google person, I didn’t even know how old Liam is,” she confessed. “I mean I know he’s not 30, which probably explains why my teenage daughter was so envious of me.”

And if that’s not enough for Mia to fret over, there’s the fact that mom is acting opposite Justin Timberlake in a film set to be released next year.

“It does seem a little mean, doesn’t it?” Winslet said of the situation. “It’s OK, she loves me. She forgives me, and she has said, ‘Mum, if you don’t let me come on to that set, I’m never going to speak to you again.'”

And if that’s the case, Mia may be the one out for revenge soon.

See more from Winslet when “The Dressmaker” opens in select cities Friday.


17 Sep 16
Events, ImagesComments Off on London Fog Presents a New York Special Screening of The Dressmaker

Last night Kate attended the New York City screening of her film The Dressmaker. I can’t wait to see this film!

Gallery Links:
Kate Winslet Web > 2016 > September 16 | New York City Screening of The Dressmaker

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