blue jasmine


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Noun1.blue jasmine - climber of southern United States having bluish-purple flowersblue jasmine - climber of southern United States having bluish-purple flowers
clematis - any of various ornamental climbing plants of the genus Clematis usually having showy flowers
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Carol and Blue Jasmine star Blanchett talks to Curran and Marber about "their experience of gallstones, and vomiting while offering advice on getting through the night", the BBC said.
The Hollywood star, who has scooped two Oscars for her roles in Blue Jasmine (Best Actress) and The Aviator (Best Supporting Actress) will appear opposite Stephen Dillane (Game of Thrones, The Tunnel) in When We Have Sufficiently Tortured Each Other, 12 variations on Samuel Richardson's Pamela.
Since then, she has been nominated for and won multiple acclaimed awards, including winning two Academy Awards for her roles in "The Aviator" and "Blue Jasmine", and three Golden Globes for her roles in "Elizabeth", "I'm Not There" and "Blue Jasmine" again.
A head-strong young staffer working on Governor Mike Morris's presidential bid is tested when the campaign Liam Neeson stars in Taken 3 Cate Blanchett stars in Blue Jasmine hits a bump in the road and he is head-hunted to join the team of a rival candidate (2011) ***
CAFE SOCIETY (12A) HHH HH WOODY ALLEN'S uneven patch continues with a movie not quite as good as Blue Jasmine but nowhere near as bad as, say, Match Point or Whatever Works.
Summary: 'Blue Jasmine' star would play another troubled middle-class matriarch in adaptation of Maria Semple's acclaimed novel
The Australian actress, who has won two Academy Awards for her performances in Martin Scorsese's The Aviator and Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine, was presented with the Fellowship prize by her former Lord Of The Rings and The Hobbit co-star at the BFI London Film Festival Awards in London's Banqueting House.
The network signed Woody Allen, the controversial, critically acclaimed director of film like Annie Hall and Blue Jasmine, to create his first ever television series.
Downton Abbey's Bonneville and Blue Jasmine's Sally Hawkins star as Mr and Mrs Brown, the family who take in Paddington, while Kidman plays the film's villain, Millicent, a sinister taxidermist with her eye on the beloved bear.
Their films--including "Blue Jasmine," "Amour," "Capote," "Flowards End," "An Education" and "Babette's Feast"--have racked up an astonishing 140 Academy Award nominations, including several for best picture, and scored 32 wins.
career, said his 9-month-old daughter has helped him "mellow" down, and advised the 'Blue Jasmine' star to chill out and enjoy his time with his family.
Nor were there any surprises as Matthew McConaughey (Dallas Buyers Club, 2-9) and Cate Blanchett (Blue Jasmine, 1-25) took the best actor and actress awards.