Next Sunday, Cate Blanchett goes up against Sandra Bullock, Kate Winslet, Emma Thompson and Judi Dench for the Best Actress in a Drama Golden Globe for her starring role in Woody Allen's "Blue Jasmine," the story of a socialite who can't come to terms with losing her entire fortune. Appearing on the cover of Vogue's Australian February issue, though, Blanchett says she had no trouble separating herself from her character after work each day while shooting the film.
"I have three sons who need me to feed them, help them with homework and chase them into bed," she explains (via the Herald Sun). "They are an instant reality check. They would simply not allow Jasmine French to read them a bedtime story."