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Release Date: 11th September 2015
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Sky viewers vote Helena!

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Despite losing out to The Fighter‘s Melissa Leo in the race for the Best Supporting Actress Oscar at the Academy Awards, BAFTA-winner Helena Bonham Carter has been named as the most powerful actress in Hollywood in a poll conducted by Sky Movies as part of their Women In Film season.

Collecting 10.8% of the public vote, The King’s Speech actress takes pole position ahead of Natalie Portman (8.3%) and Helen Mirren (8.1%), with Hollywood A-listers and Oscar-winners Angelina Jolie (6.4%) and Julia Roberts (5.8%) rounding out the top five. Other names to make the list include rom-com favourite Jennifer Aniston, two-time Academy Award winner Meryl Streep and Oscar host Anne Hathaway, who presumably finds herself included due to her recent casting in The Dark Knight Rises.

Take a look at the full list of results…

1. Helena Bonham Carter (10.8%)
2. Natalie Portman (8.3%)
3. Helen Mirren (8.1%)
4. Angelina Jolie (6.4%)
5. Julia Roberts (5.8%)
6. Jennifer Aniston (4.8%)
7. Meryl Streep (4.5%)
8. Cameron Diaz (4.3%)
9. Drew Barrymore (3.9%)
10. Anne Hathaway (3.5%)

Others (39.6%)

Source: Flickering Myth

2011 Best Oscar Purse

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As for bags and accessories, Helena’s fan-shaped purse has been selected as the 2011 Best Oscar Purse, by staffs from www.thatbagshop.com and other online companies.

The world witnessed a grant Academy Award on the night of Feb. 27th, 2011. Best Actor Colin Firth for The King’s Speech and Best Actress Natalie Portman for Black Swan were the big winners for 2011 Oscar. But after the Award, fashion elites from all walks of life are racing on the post-Oscar awards for the celebrities’ fashion looks.

For people whose focus is fashion handbags and accessories, they pay great attention to the ladies purses. Fashion news writers with www.thatbagshop.com have done a small investigation about the purses worn by the ladies on Oscar night. The statistics showed that people were very interested in Helena’s fan-shaped purse. Even leather handbags designers of Thatbagshop.com think it should be the best purse for the night.

“I think people are looking for some fresh elements after seeing so many celebrities wear the long-size square cluthes.” Said Leo, handbag designer from Australia. “It is not that the fan-shaped purse surpasses designs of all other cluthes, but that it is special enough with fresh visual effect.”

Source: Online PR Media

Picking Billy and Nell up from School

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Helena was snapped by the paparazzi on Thursday (03rd March) picking up her children, Billy Ray and Nell, from school. My, my, Nell has grown! Thanks to HelenaBC I have added 10 images of the three of them, to the gallery. If you would like to view the images, then you must login!

Keep Voting!

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As I’ve mentioned, the nominations for this year’s Jameson Empire Awards have been announced and Helena has been nominated for her fourth award! She’s nominated in the Best Actress category for her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth in The King’s Speech. You can vote via the link below!

Gallery Update

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I have added several images of Helena and Elena boarding and exiting a plane at both the LAX Airport and Heathrow Airport, respectively, after leaving the 83rd Annual Academy Awards, yesterday. There are 17 images of her in London, and thanks to Bonham-Carter.org for some of the images, we have 29 images of her in Los Angeles. If you would like to view the images of the pair of them, you must login to the gallery.

Also, Liane has lots of pictures from the Academy Awards saved on her laptop, but is having a few difficulties at the moment, she will upload the rest of the images as soon as she can, but until then, you can view the others in the gallery!

‘People like you more if you lose’

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The actress lost out on an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress at this year’s Oscars. She was nominated for her role as Queen Elizabeth I in The King’s Speech, which picked up an impressive four gongs including Best Director, Best Picture, Best Screenplay and Best Actor for Colin Firth.

Helena, 44, believes that it’s not the winning that counts as she feels more popular after missing out on an Academy Award.

“To be honest, I do think people like you more if you lose. That’s my theory,” the actress told BBC News.

The British actress – who was also nominated for a best actress Academy Award for her role as Kate Croy in 1997 film The Wings of the Dove – says that it’s natural to feel disappointed if you lose. However, she realises there are other talented nominees who failed to win and feels she is in good company.

“To be honest, you always have a little dip, but then you get over it,” she added. “You can see other losers, and you look at the other losers and there’s Michelle Williams, there’s Amy Adams – you’re in a good club.”

The coveted best supporting actress prize went to Melissa Leo for her role in The Fighter, which was also honoured with a Best Supporting Actor award for Christian Bale.

Source: Music Rooms

Helena and Helen Mirren

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Helena Talks About Dark Shadows

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Helena spoke briefly about Tim Burton’s upcoming film Dark Shadows, the the part she has been approached to play.

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Its Not About The Winning

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Speaking to Daybreak‘s Kate Garraway, Helena said that she was there to set an example to her children by saying “Its not about the winning”. When asked about her reaction to Melissa Leo picking up the award for Best Supporting Actress she replied “I’m actress – you’ve got to look pleased when someone else is winning”.

Tim Burton jokingly said that he wasn’t disappointed that Helena lost out to Melissa Leo – because he ‘could not have bore her success’ had she won. Helena’s mother, who attended the event with her, said that she was ‘hugely proud’ of her daughter.

Helena also revealed that beneath her seemingly ordinary red carpet gown, she was wearing Union Flag’s around her ankles as she had been told that wearing a full on flag would be ‘too much’. She also had a hankercheif with an acceptance speech printed on the back especially for the Oscars.

Academy Award Result

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Unfortunately Helena lost out on the Academy Award to The Fighter actress Melissa Leo. We would like to give a big congratulations to Melissa and all the winners of the evening. Hopefully Helena will win one soon!
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