23 Oct 15
Events, ImagesComments Off on Kate at Elle’s Women in Hollywood Awards

This past Monday Kate attended the Elle Women in Hollywood Awards. She looked gorgeous in a black & blue Stella McCartney.

Gallery Links:
Kate Winslet Web > 2015 > October 19 | Elle Women in Hollywood Awards
Kate Winslet Web > 2015 > October 19 | Elle Women in Hollywood Awards – Ceremony

19 Oct 15
Events, Interviews, Steve Jobs, VideosComments Off on Kate Interviews from the London Film Festival

Kate is interviewed as she walked the red carpet yesterday for the London Film Festival premiere of Steve Jobs. Here are clips from 3 of them.

19 Oct 15
Events, Images, Steve Jobs, VideosComments Off on London Film Festival Steve Jobs Press Conference

Earlier in the day yesterday, Kate joined her castmates for a press conference for Steve Jobs at the London Film Festival. I have added images from the panel to the gallery plus here is a video from the panel.

Gallery Links:
Kate Winslet Web > 2015 > October 18 | London Film Festival – Steve Jobs Press Conference

18 Oct 15
ImagesComments Off on London Film Festival Premiere of Steve Jobs

Tonight Kate attended the premiere of her film Steve Jobs at the London Film Festival. She looked amazing in a floor-length form fitting belted dress with backless detail.

The first images from the event are in the gallery. Will add more as I find them.

Gallery Links:
Kate Winslet Web > 2015 > October 18 | London Film Festival – Steve Jobs Premiere

18 Oct 15
Articles, FamilyComments Off on Kate Winslet on Her Mini-Me Mia: ‘I Love a Forward-Thinking Daughter’

Kate shares with People about her daughter Mia and how she is a great help and quite smart!

Now that Kate Winslet‘s daughter Mia is 15 years old, the Steve Jobs star says she is starting to become just like her.

“Her brain works the same way that mine does now, which is brilliant,” Winslet, 40, tells PEOPLE in this week’s issue. “I love a forward-thinking daughter.”

The mother of three — Mia, Joe, 11, and Bear, 22 months — says having an older daughter helps when it comes to taking care of her younger boys.

After giving birth to Bear in 2014, her son with husband Ned Rocknroll, Winslet says her daughter is “incredibly helpful to me as a woman.”

“I’ll say to her, ‘Mims, can you please have Bear for the next hour? I’m just gonna grab a shower and I got a couple things I got to do,’ ” Winslet says. “She’s like, ‘Yep, sure!’ ”

She adds, “It’s really special in terms of, that’s what families are about. Children should play with each other and look after each other. That’s really what we have and it’s very special and something that I never could have anticipated.”

18 Oct 15
Images, Steve JobsComments Off on New Steve Jobs Stills

I have added some stills that were released from Kate’s newest film Steve Jobs where she stars as Joanna.

Gallery Links:
Kate Winslet Web > Films > 2015 | Steve Jobs > Production Stills

17 Oct 15
Finding Neverland, ImagesComments Off on Finding Neverland Gallery Update

If I had to choose a favorite of all of Kate’s films it would have to be Finding Neverland. The film is probably one of my all-time favorites and I actually rewatched it today and have added images to the gallery from the film.

Gallery Links:
Kate Winslet Web > Films > 2004 | Finding Neverland

17 Oct 15
Style, VideosComments Off on Kate Winslet Acts Out Her Worst Wardrobe Malfunction Ever, Deserves Another Oscar

Such a fun video clip! People asks Kate about her worst wardrobe malfunction … she not only tells the story but acts it out! Thanks to Marie Claire for sharing!

movie star has truly never been so captivating as she is in her most recent short (which also happens to double as a two minute and 18-second video for People.com).

With unprecedented enthusiasm, the 40-year-old puts her comedic chops on display as she acts out her worst wardrobe malfunction ever. Spoiler alert: It all began with a faulty zipper. We’d love to tell you the rest, but really, no one tells the story better than the woman who experienced it all firsthand.

Watch below and just try not to laugh. (Ed. Note: It’s impossible.)



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