Hello folks and here I come to the sad news. It’s been now in my mind since past spring that it was time to part with this site, and I’m to this terms. I want to start the new year without more overthinking on it.
You might have noticed that in the past times the quality of the site has lowered and that, I want to clarify, is not because I’ve lost interest in Helen, at all. She is and she will always be my Queen, but I’ve major things coming up, and possibly other interests too and I feel I need to step back and let the world of fansite deal with this with other.
I want to thank you all for the support, the care, the time spent together, the visits and I want to thank Helen because she has been of a major support to me and the site as well, with her incredible hard working times and her deep wonderful soul. Thanks, from the bottom of my heart.
The good news is nothing is lost because there’s other sources around among which the incredible Helen Mirren Archives.
I wish you all the best, Merry Christmas and a happy 2015!!!
Best actress, comedy or musical
Amy Adams – Big Eyes
Emily Blunt – Into the Woods
Helen Mirren – The Hundred-Foot Journey
Julianne Moore – Maps to the Stars
Quvenzhané Wallis – Annie
I’ve added to the list few images of Helen from the Moet that took place yesterday in London. Enjoy!
Public Appereances > Events From 2014 > Moet British Independent Film Awards
Yesterday in London Helen was up to a charity day event. Thanks to Kikky we’ve got some funny and nice HQ images to add to the gallery.
Public Appereances > Events From 2014 > ICAP Charity Day
A splendid Helen showed up for a little to the London Evening Standard Theatre Awards. I’ve added the few photos I could find around. Enjoy!
Public Appereances > Events From 2014 > 60th London Evening Standard Theatre Awards
In “The Queen”, she clashed with the Labour government of Tony Blair over the death of Princess Diana, but Dame Helen Mirren has now dipped her toe into real-life politics, this time in her adopted home of Italy.
The Oscar-winning actress, who for a decade has owned a holiday home in the picturesque Salento peninsula of Puglia in southern Italy, is backing the election campaign of a Left-wing politician to become the region’s new governor.
The 69-year-old British actress and her American husband Taylor Hackford, 69, a film director, have recorded a video message of support for Senator Dario Stefano.
The 51-year-old politician, from the Left Ecology Freedom party, is hoping to become Puglia’s next governor, with a primary to be held on Nov 30.
If successful, he will replace Nichi Vendola, the current governor, who has held the post since 2005.
A former Communist, Mr Vendola was the first Italian politician to come out as gay and is from the same party.
Dame Helen, who once said of the Conservatives “they’re all just bloody public schoolboys”, said that the Left-wing regional administration had done “some really extraordinary work for the promotion of agriculture and for the environment”, bringing Puglia’s wine and olive oil to global attention.