Don’t forget to tune in for The Graham Norton Show tonight at 22:45 on BBC One, where Helena will be joined by co-stars Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Sarah Paulson, and Rihanna to discuss Ocean’s 8. The ladies will be setting a record for the most female guests Graham Norton has ever had on his show in twenty years.
Helena wears Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood.
Helena was interviewed for the LA Times about Ocean’s 8.
There’s no reason we were stretching credibility in being con artists,” Helena Bonham Carter says of “Ocean’s 8,” a new addition to the stylish “Ocean’s” franchise that sees eight women planning and executing a heist at the Met Gala.
The actress is sitting in a private room at London’s Soho House, stretched out on the couch as she reflects on her experience. “We can be as morally bankrupt as men,” she says and laughs. “That’s all we want to prove.”
Bonham Carter plays Rose Weil in the film opening Friday, a down-on-her-luck fashion designer whose financial troubles mean she’ll do anything — including join a crew of criminals planning to steal a Cartier necklace during fashion’s biggest night.
The first promotional poster for 55 Steps has been released – albeit under a different name! The film will be titled Eleanor & Colette when it is released in Germany in May. Interestingly, this was the intended title of the film when it was initially offered to Helena in 2006 – Helena was set to play Hilary Swank‘s role of Colette, while Susan Sarandon would play Eleanor.
Helena has narrated a film entitled Saying Goodbye for this year’s Children In Need.
Saying Goodbye features the stories of a group of children and young people in the UK dealing with the terminal illness or death of a parent.
The King’s Speech actress said: “It’s a privilege to be able to be involved with such a heart-rending film which shares such honest and important stories from children and young people as they cope with death of a parent or are facing this possibility.
“I hope this film strikes a chord with people across the UK and encourages them to donate to BBC Children In Need to enable the charity to continue to support children and young people who need it most.”
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