Never one to play by anyone else’s rules, Kate Winslet has taken her own road to fulfillment, both personally and career-wise.
In her cover story for WSJ magazine, the “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” star confesses she’s struggled for decades with her love life- "No one teaches you, and also no one particularly helps you. It's a very specific thing to ask people to understand. 'So-and-so was mean about me in the newspaper.' 'Oh, just ignore it.' But you can't, because it's not true. I know lots of people who are not in the public eye who have gone through several marriages, I really do, and it's just those are the cards that life dealt me. I didn't plan on its being that way. And f--k me, it hasn't been easy, you know. No one really knows what has happened in my life. No one really knows why my first marriage didn't last; no one knows why my second didn't. I'm proud of those silences. Thank God for [my current husband] Ned [Rocknroll]—really. He's just so incredibly supportive, and he's so much fun. He's absolutely everything to me. And to all of us."
Slated to hit theaters October 9th, the much-anticipated project also stars Kate Winslet, Seth Rogen, Jeff Daniels, Katherine Waterson and Michael Stuhlbarg, all under the direction of Oscar-winner Danny Boyle.
Never short on sex appeal, Kate Winslet was the center of attention at the Odeon Kensington in London last night (April 13) as she premiered her new film “A Little Chaos.”
Slated to hit theaters here in the States on June 26th, the film is about a female landscape-gardener who is awarded the esteemed assignment of constructing the grand gardens at Versailles, a gilt-edged position that thrusts her into the center of the court of King Louis XIV.
There’s all kinds of hype surrounding the forthcoming sequel “The Divergent Series: Insurgent,” and based on the newly-released trailer, it’s going to be a crazy ride.
Earlier today (January 29) Summit Entertainment dropped the preview that will air during the Super Bowl XLIX Pregame broadcast and it’s pretty clear that Kate Winslet's “Jeanine” is in for a beating, courtesy of Shailene Woodley's “Tris.”