Cate Blanchett graces the cover of W Magazine's October 2007 issue in which she opens up how she became Hollywood's most wanted woman.
Balancing her high rising acting career and the family life is not an easy job. But Cate Blanchett is good at it. Maybe that's one reason why she has become one of Hollywood's most wanted women. And she's kind enough to reveal the secrets on how to earn the predicate, shares some details to W magazine.
Graces the cover of the magazine's October 2007 issue, the actress addressed on some issues surrounding her life, including that of her taking part in the highly anticipated Bob Dylan biopic "I'm Not There" and her two sons, Dashiell John and Roman Robert.
When being asked on why she's not being easily persuaded to accept the role of young Dylan in the drama flick, she said "The script was verging on impenetrable. It's like an algebraic equation. You think: This makes sense in the mind of the mathematician. I knew that if you assembled it, somehow Bob Dylan would emerge, but only Todd knew how."
Acting aside, Blanchett who called her little boys "sweet-smelling little dumplings," is keen to have more children, saying "We're not going to wait forever. God, I'd love it to be now. I'd love it to be next week." Read W magazine to read the full interview.