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EE British Academy Film Awards (Videos)


The videos are all up. The amazing speech Helen did still makes me cry a bit. Enjoy them!

More videos in our archive:
- Dame Helen Mirren at BAFTA Fellowship Recipient (see video here)
- Dame Helen Mirren on Prince William calling her ‘granny’ (see video here)

  posted by Claudia
  posted on Feb 18, 2014
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  filed under: Events,Interviews,Media Alert


Lorraine TV: ‘I think I gave up, to a certain extent, family’


Helen was guest at Lorraine TV two days ago chatting about her film, family, the Queen and her BAFTA Fellowship.

Gallery link:
Public Appereances > Events From 2014 > Lorraine TV

  posted by Claudia
  posted on Feb 16, 2014
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  filed under: Interviews,Media Alert,Talk-Show


Helen Mirren Wins SAG AWARDS 2014 | Acceptance Speech


Helen won the SAG Award and we couldn’t be MORE proud!!!! Enjoy the video of her acceptance speech.

  posted by Claudia
  posted on Jan 19, 2014
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  filed under: Events,Interviews,Media Alert,Show


‘Red 2′ deleted scene


An action movie like RED 2, which is based on characters from Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner’s comic book, isn’t exactly burdened with the restrictions of reality. Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) and his collection of Retired Extremely Dangerous operatives can blow up city blocks, surreptitiously hop-scotch across the globe, and ingeniously escape from the most dire of circumstances; and if some of their Houdini breakouts are borderline unbelievable, well… that’s part of the fun.

In RED 2, which arrives on Blu-ray tomorrow, Moses reunites with aging agents (Helen Mirren and John Malkovich) and his best gal (Mary-Louise Parker) to dismantle a secret cold-war weapon of mass destruction that was built by a semi-crazed physicist (Anthony Hopkins). At one point, time runs out on Mirren’s elegant killer, Victoria, and her MI6 superiors sign her death warrant. Pity the poor neophyte tasked with that assignment. Of course, she beats him senseless, but the movie simply ignored how she went from cold-clocking a would-be executioner to escaping detention and calling Frank from a London pay-phone. In a deleted scene from the new Blu-ray, we at least get to see how Mirren made her daring escape.

Click on the image to see the video.

  posted by Claudia
  posted on Nov 26, 2013
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  filed under: Articles,Media Alert,Movies,Sneak Peek


Dame Helen Mirren wins Standard award for The Audience


Dame Helen Mirren has won another award for her portrayal of the Queen.

Dame Helen, who won an Oscar for The Queen in 2007, was named best actress for her performance as the monarch in West End stage play The Audience at the London Evening Standard Theatre Awards.

The best actor prize was given jointly to Adrian Lester and Rory Kinnear, for their performances as Shakespeare’s Othello and Iago at the National.

Dame Maggie Smith and Lord Lloyd-Webber received special awards.

The former was presented with the Evening Standard Theatre Icon award by actress Kristin Scott Thomas, while the latter was recognised for his contribution to musical theatre.

An emotional Dame Maggie received a standing ovation as she collected her fifth Evening Standard theatre award.

“I know how long I’ve been working because I saw The Mousetrap before it came into London,” observed the actress, who turns 79 next month.

The veteran performer admitted to being “astonished” by the length of her career but said she was “very sad” not to have worked on the stage more often in recent years.

The experience of participating in the National Theatre’s 50th anniversary gala earlier this month, she said, “made my heart ache, because I’ve missed it an enormous amount”.

Before the ceremony, Dame Helen said she thought the praise she had received for The Audience was as much for the Queen as for her.

“I did feel very much that the response to the play was as much a response to that person, that extraordinary woman, as it was to my performance,” she told reporters.

Other honours were presented to actor Kevin Spacey for his work at London’s Old Vic theatre, and to David Walliams for his performance as Bottom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

The Little Britain star received his honour from Dame Edna Everage, who congratulated him on “overcoming a difficult background – parents who couldn’t spell Williams”.


  posted by Claudia
  posted on Nov 18, 2013
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  filed under: Articles,Interviews,Media Alert


“Phil Spector” HD Trailer


A drama centered on the relationship between Phil Spector and defense attorney Linda Kenney Baden while the music business legend was on trial for the murder of Lana Clarkson.

  posted by Claudia
  posted on Sep 22, 2013
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  filed under: Media Alert,Movies,Trailers


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