I’ve added 11 MQ pictures of Helena out with Tim, her mother, her neice and other unknown relatives. Currently I don’t know when these pictures were taken, or where they were, so if anyone can help that would be much appreciated! I think they are from last night but I can’t be sure. Perhaps it was X Factor. Who knows. Remember, in order to view the pictures you have to be logged in!
Tim seems to be looking a bit better, which is good! Hope he’s feeling 100% better soon.
Helena has been nominated for another four awards, for Best Supporting Actress and Best Cast (Acting Ensemble), for her performance in the upcoming film, The King’s Speech! She has been nominated for the following awards: Broadcast Film Critics Association Award (Best Supporting Actress and Best Cast), Detroit Film Critics Society Award (Best Supporting Actress) and Houston Film Critics Society Award (Best Supporting Actress)!
The results for the BFCA Awards will be announced on January 14th, with the results of the other two awards being revealed on December 16th and December 18th respectively. We have all our fingers crossed that Helena will win!
Oh.My.God. You would not believe the problems I’ve had with this layout – seriously, it had been horrific. It may not look anything special, but believe me the coding behind it is crazy! We’ve now upgraded to WordPress, which means we can start introducing lots of lovely new features!
There are still lots of things I need to tweak so bear with me. Here’s a brief list:
- Update the menus and create new pages
- Format the posts (you’ll notice theres no spaces between paragraphs)
- Make a registration page for the member login (if you scroll down, there’s a login section! YAY)
- Make some more minor edits
Things you will notice, and can look forward to:
- Comments are back! You have to register and login, but you can comment!
- A member section – I’m still working on this, but it will be fully functioning soon
- A new and improved ‘Career’ section for Helena
- A twitter and RSS feed
Glee‘s Dianna Agron recently sat down for an interview with Teen.com, alongside her I am Number Four co-star, Alex Pettyfer. The interviewer asked the pair who they model their careers on, Alex said that he models his career on Christian Bale, as he is his idol, and Dianna said she models hers on Helena! Read an excerpt from the interview below, and the entire interview via the “continue reading” link!
Teen.com: Do you want to model your career after Christian Bale’s?
Alex Pettyfer: Yes. This guy is my idol. Completely my idol.
Dianna Agron: For me it’d be someone like Helena Bonham Carter. She’s amazing, there are so many people that I love. Meryl Streep is phenomenal. And Diane Keaton, there are so many strong woman in this industry that they have sort of paved the way to greatness and I think just to be a small fish in this pool is really amazing, I’m very grateful for it.
Helena is on the cover of this months issue of Pyschologies magazine – I’ve already got my copy so I’ll scan that for you later tonight!
As we await the release of ‘The King’s Speech’, Helena Bonham Carter tells us why she loves troubled characters, and how she’s not as eccentric as she may seem.
I’ve scanned my copy of the magazine! Although the interview wasn’t very long, it was an enjoyable interview, focusing more on her life than her role in The King’s Speech.
Thank you to Tilena Forever for posting these pictures on the tagboard! Helena looks very happy to have won the awards.
Okay then, campers I’ve added 94 MQ and HQ pictures of Helena at last night’s British Independent Film awards! Helena looks amazing, she’s really rocking those Vivienne Westwood dresses lately. The majority of the pictures are high quality, but I think there’s about forty that are medium quality – hopefully we’ll get them bigger!
Now that things have died down a little, I can catch up on pictures I’ve missed lately. I still have lots of revision and school work to do as I have exams soon, but it isn’t so crazy hectic so I can spend more time on the site! :laughing:
Helena’s upcoming film, The King’s Speech swept tonight’s British Independent Film Awards with Helena, Colin and Geoffrey all winning their acting awards! (Supporting Actor & Actress and Best Actor – as well as Helena’s already announced award, The Richard Harris Award). The film also won the Best Screenplay award, and the Best British Independent Film Award as well! Congrats to all the winners!
Liane and I will be updating the gallery, tomorrow, with plenty of pictures of Helena at the awards, with her mother, Elena. Unfortunately Tim wasn’t at the awards with Helena, as he has kidney stones!
On the 1st December 2010, Helena attended the press screening of her upcoming TV film, Toast, which is due to air at 9pm on BBC One, on the 30th December 2010. We have found 3 MQ images of her there, so view them in the gallery!