Cate Blanchett figured prominently in The Lord of the Rings as Galadriel. But, apparently, the actress was about to give life to another character in the trilogy.
Those who grew up with the trilogy of The Lord of the rings of Peter Jackson, surely they cannot see another actress who is not Cate Blanchett eon the skin of Galadriel. So good was the actress's performance, that she not only played the character in the first three movies but also that she returned to bring her to life in The Hobbit. But did you know that he was about to make another interpretation?
The point is that Cate Blanchett he enjoyed filming so much The Fellowship of the Ring who asked the director and his co-writer, producer and partner Fran Walsh to play a second role: that of a dwarf with a beard. He told it on Marc Maron's ‘WTF’ podcast (via IndieWire): “It happened to me super fast. There are not many aunts in the Tolkien universe. I loved it so much that I told Peter and Fran if I could participate in a banquet scene where there were going to be a bunch of dwarves. I had always wanted to play a woman with a beard, so I said, "Could it be a furry wife when you pan around the dwarf banquet table?" "
Unfortunately they couldn't balance the agendas and Cate Blanchett He had to leave filming before that scene was shot. Carol's actress did have a secret "cameo" at the Eyes Wide Shut orgy, dubbing a masked woman. We will see if the actress achieves a cameo in the series of The Lord of the Rings, which will be able to resume filming very soon.
Mrs. America, the new actress
After working for decades in the world of cinema and having been nominated for seven Oscars (and having won two of them for The Aviator and Blue Jasmine), Cate Blanchett has moved to television twice. He has participated alongside Yvonne Strahovski, Jai Courtney and Dominic West in the Australian series 'Stateless', but now starred in another fiction that is available on HBO Spain.
Mrs. America tells the story of Phyllis Schlafly (Blanchett), a conservative activist who fought in the 1970s against the feminist movement and the Equal Rights Amendment. In the cast there are names of the height of Rose Byrne, Elizabeth Banks, Sarah Paulson, Uzo Aduba, Margo Martindale and John Slattery, and is directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck (Captain Marvel) and created and written by the writer of Mad Men , Dahvi Waller.
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