I have added 132 images of Helena in Part 1 of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and a further 218 images of her in Part 2! Enjoy!
I have uploaded 1,561 screencaps of my favourite film, The Heart of Me, plus an additional 98 of the deleted scene bonus feature. Oh, and look out for Helena’s niece, Rosie who also stars!
Having admired Helena’s beautiful features for the past five hours, I am please to say that I have just uploaded 2,011 screencaps of Helena as Elizabeth Taylor in Burton and Taylor. I am now in the processing of sorting through Sweeney Todd and Enid caps, so hopefully they’ll be up at the weekend. You can keep voting for which films you want to see capped next in our poll.
We only have a small number of Helena’s films screencapped in our gallery, which I am hoping to change! Which films would you most like to see screencapped? Click ‘read more’ to vote in the poll.
British photographer, Andy Gotts, MBE will join forces with BAFTA to put on a special exhibition Behind the Mask at Somerset House, London from 20th January to 7th February. The collection showcases over 100 portraits of actors who have won or been nominated for a BAFTA since 1954. I suggest you take a look at Andy Gotts’ website as well as the press release because I cannot put into words how significant this exhibition really is – a real treat for whoever gets to see it!
We were having a coffee in her house. In the corner was a hatstand with a jester’s hat on. She put it on and started playing the fool. Then she stopped and yawned, and I took this picture. It was spontaneous and unposed.
Another year is drawing to a close, and we would like to share with you our highlights. Feel free to share your own memories of 2013 with us on the chatboard – they can be Helena-related or personal!
Happy New Year fellow Helena-fans, we hope that 2014 will be a great year for you all! And of course, Happy New Year to Helena & family xxx
Well, there were very few actual magazine interviews this year, but we did get treated to a wonderful edition of Vogue, filled with stunning shots by Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott. I also loved the short-but-sweet interview in the Guardian Weekend magazine, with Burton and Taylor co-star, Dominic West (photographed by Gustavo Papaleo).