LOS ANGELES, California (AP) — It seems no iconic figure is beyond Cate Blanchett, who shot to stardom as Queen Elizabeth I, won an Academy Award as Katharine Hepburn and enchanted audiences as the mythic elf Galadriel in “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy. In “Elizabeth: The Golden Age,” which opened Friday, Blanchett reprises her role as the long-reigning queen during her epic struggle to protect England amid a holy war with Spain. A month after “The Golden Age” comes “I’m Not There,” with Blanchett one of six actors embodying an icon of modern times — Bob Dylan. Blanchett plays an incarnation of the musician during the Dylan-goes-electric uproar in the mid-1960s, when fans of his early acoustic sound renounced him for plugging in.The many faces of Cate Blanchett