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Topic - Helena Bonham Carter
Helena Bonham Carter apparently shares more with Victor Hugo than just a role in the film based on his novel.
British actress Helena Bonham Carter apparently shares more with French writer Victor Hugo than just a role in a film based on one of his novels.
Johnny Depp's gothic comedy "Dark Shadows" is creeping into London for its European premiere.
Actress Helena Bonham Carter, whose regal roles include the Red Queen in "Alice in Wonderland" and the mother of Queen Elizabeth II in "The King's Speech," has been honored by the British monarch for services to drama.
Russell Brand is divorcing Katy Perry after 14 months of what appeared to be a storybook marriage.
Oscar-nominated actress Helena Bonham Carter, famed for playing quirky characters as well as British royalty, joins a former prisoner, a reality TV guru and several Olympics organizers on the list of people being awarded honors by Queen Elizabeth II this New Year.
The director of Academy Award best-picture favorite "The King's Speech" says taking home an Oscar would be "fantastic."
A film of British food writer Nigel Slater's memoirs gave Helena Bonham Carter a handy new dessert recipe _ and a chance to explore a working-class role.
Royal drama "The King's Speech" was crowned the big winner Sunday at Britain's top film awards _ a sign that it may reign again at Hollywood's Academy Awards in two weeks' time.
Royal drama "The King's Speech" faced off Sunday against a ballet thriller, an Internet drama and a tine-twisting sci-fi tale for Britain's top film prizes _ a foretaste of the Academy Awards in Hollywood later this month.
"I thought it was great," she said.
“It’s much better than we had to work with,” Helena Bonham Carter said on "Today."