Best Movie Italy had an excerpt with Helen for Hundred Foot Journey.
Magazines & Scans > Scans From 2014 > Best Movie – October 10, 2014
Helen was such beautiful at Deauville American Film Festival to promote The Hundred Foot Journey with a photocall and a premiere.
Public Appereances > Events From 2014 > 40th Deauville American Film Festival: ‘The Hundred Foot Journey’ Photocall
Public Appereances > Events From 2014 > 40th Deauville American Film Festival: “The Hundred Foot Journey” Premiere
Today the site turn 3! It seemed yesterday that I started this marvellous project. I still remember the time I talked to my friends years ago how much I respect and love Mrs. Mirren. I take this little moment to thank Helen for her marvellous person and her career choices, I thank all of you too for being always so supportive and caring of this site and visiting. Thanks for sharing this joy with me!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY MIRROR ON MIRREN!!!
I’ve added to the gallery HQ photos of Helen at the London Screening of The Hundred Foot Journey. Enjoy them!
Public Appereances > Events From 2014 > “The Hundred Foot Journey” London Screening
I’ve added to the gallery HQs of Helen during the photocall in Londond for The Hundred Foor Journey. The premiere is happening right now so later I’ll hopefully have a few pictures for you.
Public Appereances > Events From 2014 > “The Hundred Foot Journey” London Photocall
Playing Madame Mallory, a haughty restaurateur in Lasse Hallström’s The Hundred Foot Journey, was a chance for Mirren to indulge her love of France and its food.
Helen Mirren has been famous for 40 years now. In the compressed timeline of modern celebrity, that feels like an eternity: it’s one thing to achieve fame, but quite another to hold on to it, especially while keeping it manageable and at arm’s length from a civilised private life.
Yet Mirren does all of that, if not effortlessly, then with understated grace, and without apparent calculation. Unquestionably she is still at the top of her game; at 69, she is a bigger name now than she has ever been.
In her time she has won an Oscar, four Baftas, four Emmys and an Olivier, not to mention 17 further nominations from those award bodies. This year’s televised presentation of a Bafta Fellowship to her (by Prince William) also confirmed her as an industry ambassador with heft and influence.
Nor does her career offer the cosy shorthand recognition of typecasting. True, she has played real queens in her time (including Elizabeths I and II), classical stage roles (Phaedra, Cleopatra, Lady Macbeth), and she has repeatedly returned to play Jane Tennison in the television series Prime Suspect over a 15-year period.