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Rooney Mara to Receive Cinema Vanguard Award at Santa Barbara Film Fest Rooney Mara will receive this year’s Cinema Vanguard award from the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, for her performance in Todd Haynes‘ “Carol.” Mara’s co-star in the 1940s lesbian drama, Cate Blanchett, will hand her the prize at a February 12 California ceremony, two hours north of Los Angeles. “From her scene-stealing turn in ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’ to her outstanding performance in his year’s ‘Carol,’ Rooney has repeatedly showcased her talents as one of the most gifted actors of her generation.

Arresting Images And Music Lead New Carol Trailer The Weinstein Company has released a new trailer for the Todd Haynes film Carol. Based on the Patricia Highsmith novel The Price of Salt, the film stars Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara as two women in the 1950s who fall in love despite the mores of the time. The trailer itself is nothing but images and music, revealing little of the plot and zero dialogue.

Watch: Beautiful New Trailer For 'Carol' Plus Anatomy Of A Scene And Listen To Carter Burwell's Full Score Are there any superlatives left for "Carol"? The ravishing drama starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara has been blanketed with praise since its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, and now, audiences can finally check out what critics have been swooning over.

The debacle that was “Pan” this weekend could ultimately set back distributor Warner Bros. and partner RatPac-Dune Entertainment more than $100 million. The  prequel, directed by Joe Wright starring Hugh Jackman, Amanda Seyfried, Garrett Hedlund and Rooney Mara, brought in just $15 million in its opening weekend domestically. That’s just a tenth of its production budget. That means it will likely top out under $50 million in North America, and it appears on course for another $160 million overseas.

Box Office Results: 'The Martian' Soars Into The Top Spot Again Rentrak.com has released the final box-office numbers for this weekend with the winner going to 20th Century Fox's sci-fi film, "The Martian" starring Matt Damon, Jessica Chastain, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Jeff Daniels, Kristen Wiig, Sebastian Stan, Michael Peña, Kate Mara, Sean Bean, and Donald Glover. Director Ridley Scott's "The Martian" claimed first place for both the international and domestic box-office with $95.1 million and $37.0 million respectively.

A new trailer has arrived online for 1950’s love story Carol, Todd Haynes’ tale of forbidden romance between leading ladies Cate Blanchett and Rooney

Rooney Mara & Cate Blanchett in Full Trailer for Todd Haynes' 'Carol' "How many times have you been in love?" The Weinstein Company has debuted a new full-length trailer for Todd Haynes' Carol, which first premiered at the Cannes Film Festival and just played at the Telluride Film Festival this past weekend. I've been hearing rave reviews about this ever since Cannes, and it still seems to be getting strong buzz. Rooney Mara and Cate Blanchett star in this film set in the 1950s in New York. The cast includes Sarah Paulson, Kyle Chandler, Cory Michael Smith, John Magaro and Carrie Brownstein. This is a strikingly beautiful trailer that totally sells me on this.

Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara meet in '50s drama Carol StudioCanal has dropped the first teaser trailer for period flick Carol. Director Todd Haynes appears to be shooting for Oscar glory with his '50s-set

Teaser Trailer For Todd Haynes' Carol And it's set for a BFI London Film Festival gala premiereWe got a look at – and liked what we saw of – Todd Haynes’ new film, Carol, back at this years Cannes festival. Now UK audiences have their chance, with the film announced for a gala screening at the BFI London Film Festival and a November release date. The teaser for the film is online, and you can watch by clicking below. Adapted by Phyllis Nagy from Patricia Highsmith’s 1952 novel The Price Of Salt, Carol stars Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara in a story of unexpected love.

Pan Comic-Con Trailer: Holy Pootie! Here’s the trailer shown at Comic-Con (or, apparently, close enough) that nobody was seeking out in bootleg form. I’m not sure why it didn’t just arrive immediately online. I’m also not sure why there was no address during the movie’s panel of the controversy regarding Rooney Mara‘s white-wash casting as Tiger Lily. Maybe there’s just that little interest in Pan that it’s not garnering much passion either way. But honestly, it doesn’t look that bad in this colorful, adventure-driven trailer.

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