Ladies and Gentlemen, Our New Cover!

pf_main_covercate.jpgOUR BRAND-SPANKING NEW COVER: All hail the Queen of England and the King of Folk, right.

From New York Post‘s Page Six:

BOB’S DUPLI-CATE

September 17, 2007’Cate Blanchett may play Bob Dylan in the new film I’m Not There, but the Oscar-winner looks just like a woman’a hot one’as she strikes this hard-rocker pose for BlackBook magazine.

The native Australian says gender-bending roles are nothing new to her.

“I’ve always loved a well-cut suit. I was tall. I played all the boy parts at school,” she tells the mag. “Androgyny can be a useful thing.”

Blanchett explained the wave of superstar Australian actors such as Russell Crowe and Nicole Kidman by speculating, “Curiosity, and, maybe, on a deep level, having to prove ourselves to ourselves.”

For the original Page Six item, click here!

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