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Suffragette

Role: Edith New
Release Date: 11th September 2015
Status: Post-Production

Cinderella

Role: Fairy Godmother
Release Date: 13th March 2015
Status: Post-Production

Through the Looking Glass

Role: The Red Queen
Release Date: 27th May 2016
Status: Filming

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55 Steps

Role: Eleanor Riise
Release Date: TBA
Status: Confirmed

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The Guns of August

Role: Margot Asquith
Release Date: TBA
Status: Confirmed

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Codes of Conduct (television series)

Role: Esther Kaufmann
Release Date: TBA
Status: Confirmed

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Celeb Mums on Breastfeeding

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Ahead of BBC Three‘s documentary Is Breast Best?, a list of 10 famous women who breastfed their babies – and how they felt about it.

8. Helena Bonham Carter
“You know you’re providing a real service,” said Bonham Carter, who has two children. “After carrying around your boobs for so long, it’s nice to know they have an actual purpose.”

Source: The Telegraph

New Deathly Hallows Promo

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A brand new promotional image for the upcoming film Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II has been released and thankfully posted on the tagboard by Morgan! It shows Bellatrix and the Malfoys in Malfoy Manor! View it in the gallery!

Stylist Magazine Interview

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National treasure is an overused phrase, but one that’s impossible to shut out of your brain when meeting Helena Bonham Carter. Wearing a cleavage-heaving jacket and waistcoat by Vivienne Westwood and with her trademark bird’s nest of brown curls piled up on top of her head, she’s the epitome of both the elegant and eccentric. Sitting with her in a boardroom at the Hotel Adlon in Berlin, I’m reminded of an observation her co-star in the 2002 film The Heart Of Me, Paul Bettany, once shared with me. “Barking mad, keen as mustard and funny as f***,” he said about the actress, and I’m inclined to agree.

Her most recent role as the late Queen Mother in The King’s Speech has endeared Helena to the world more than ever. Picking up four Oscars, seven BAFTAs and a Golden Globe during awards season last month, it’s perhaps the most successful film Helena has ever been in.

You sense that she’s partly sad and partly relieved that the marathon press run and awards season appearances for the film has now ended. Instead, she’s here to discuss a previous release, the BBC drama Toast which aired at Christmas and comes to DVD this week. Based on food writer Nigel Slater’s childhood memoirs, it sees Helena star as his wicked stepmother Mrs Potter, a chain-smoking Brummie who’s somehow charming, coarse, sympathetic and sexy, all at once.

You’ve just been through awards season with The King’s Speech. Are you looking forward to getting back to normality?
I’m really looking forward to it – it’s been very difficult. The Queen Mother said herself – and it’s good advice – “If you’re in the public eye, don’t complain, don’t explain and don’t ever speak publicly.”

Did the Oscars make you nervous?
Oh, yeah. You could make a complete tit of yourself, and if you do, there are a lot of people watching – so yes, things like that are nerve wracking.

Read the interview…

New Deathly Hallows Still!

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A brand new still from the upcoming final film in the Harry Potter series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II has been released and it features Helena! It shows Hermione as Bellatrix in the Gringotts bank! Thank you very much to Helena Source for finding this wonderful picture! View it in the gallery!

Emma says bye to Potter

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Stars Paint for Charity

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Stars including Helena Bonham Carter, Thandie Newton and Ronnie Wood have donated unique personal artwork to an auction in aid of Britain’s leading children’s hospital.

More than a dozen celebrities, also including former Spice Girls star Geri Halliwell, British singer Cheryl Cole and The Beatles producer Sir George Martin, have crafted their own image of a hare to be sold off to raise cash for Great Ormond Street Hospital in London.

Wood has painted a psychedelic rabbit, Cole has crafted a glittery collage, Bonham Carter went for a simple brown painting with a button for the animal’s eye, and Halliwell included a cartoon heart with the message, “Some bunny loves you”. Three of Cole’s Girls Aloud bandmates – Nicola Roberts, Sarah Harding, and Kimberley Walsh – have also contributed artwork, along with singer Sophie Ellis-Bextor, fashion designer Stella MCCartney, and chef Jamie Oliver.

The signed images will be exhibited in London until 8 May (11) and then auctioned off at an event at the city’s The Dorchester Hotel on 26 May (11). All proceeds will go towards building two new operating theatres at Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Source: Contact Music

At a Party Store with the Family

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Helena was snapped by the paparazzi at the Party Party store in London, with her family on April the 2nd, carrying a whole variety of different balloons, and looking very tired indeed! I have added 33 MQ images of them all to the gallery, some provided by Helga at BurtonLand, but you have to login to view them!

Helena: the ‘best female Doctor’

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Helena Bonham Carter would be the ideal choice to play the first female Doctor Who, according to sci-fi fans. Readers of sci-fi magazine SFX believe The King’s Speech star should be given the role if producers decide to make the Time Lord regenerate as a woman in the future.

Second place went to Tamsin Greig, who has already guest-starred in the show and who is currently starring in Channel 4’s Friday Night Dinner. More than 2,000 fans voted in the poll at the magazine’s website SFX.co.uk.

Harry Potter actress Emma Watson, who has played Hermione Granger throughout the hit film series, was the only actress under 30 to make the top five. Dave Golder, online editor of SFX.co.uk said: “The Doctor has always been an eccentric and actresses don’t come much more eccentric than Helena. Of all the Doctors so far she is probably most like a female Tom Baker, though we can see little bits of Troughton, Tennant and Smith in there too.”

However, thoughts of a female Doctor may be a little premature. At the launch of the latest series last night, actress Alex Kingston who plays the show’s River Song, said: “I think the Doctor will always stay a male. I can’t imagine it.”

Source: The Press Association

The Things They Say

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“They don’t know at the rescue place any of the names of the dogs because they just show up, so they had put them in the computer under Oscar nominees. There was, like, Helena Bonham Carter, Mark Ruffalo and Geoffrey Rush and we adopted Geoffrey Rush. We changed his name to Eddie.”

Oscar winner Helen Hunt has adopted a pup named after the Aussie The King’s Speech star from a pet shelter.

Vote for Helena!

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The nominations for this year’s National Movie Awards have been announced, and Helena is one of the nominees! She has been nominated in the category: Performance of the Year, along with The King’s Speech co-stars Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush! This is Helena’s third nomination, but she’s yet to win, so you have until May to vote via the image below! Get voting!

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