January 10, 2023 Leave a Reply

The episodes keep getting more and more intense and I’m loving Helen Mirren presence a lot.
Enjoy the one HQ still and the HD screencaptures from the fourth episode of 1923.




January 3, 2023 Leave a Reply

Another episode of 1923 and it’s getting more and more intense for Dame Helen Mirren. Enjoy!




December 27, 2022 Leave a Reply

The second episode of 1923 aired on Christmas Day but there was not much (or enough) Dame Helen Mirren to my taste. However, I have screencapped it and added to the gallery with a new poster and photo stills from the first episode. Enjoy!




December 26, 2022 Leave a Reply

“I’ve sort of caught up with him,” Helen Mirren said of her 1923 costar Harrison Ford.

Helen Mirren says her working relationship with 1923 costar Harrison Ford was “obviously very, very different” when they first worked together in 1986.

“The relationship was obviously very, very different then because Harrison was already an enormous movie star and I was a theatre actress out of London and nobody had heard of me,” Mirren, 77, told the U.K.’s The Times in an interview published Thursday of acting with Ford, 80, in the 1986 movie The Mosquito Coast.

“Now our relationship is very different because I’ve sort of caught up with him,” the Academy Award-winning actress told the publication. “Well, I’ll never catch up with him completely but I’m a little bit closer than I was.”< Asked whether Mirren may still be “intimidated” by working with him decades later, Ford simply told The Times: “No, I think she’s over that.”

Decades after The Mosquito Coast, Ford and Mirren find themselves starring together again in Taylor Sheridan’s Yellowstone prequel series 1923. Ford told the outlet the two are “havin’ a good time” working together.

“She’s not precious at all — a member of the acting troupe,” the Indiana Jones star told The Times of Mirren. “She throws herself into everything without any hesitation.”

Asked how different Mirren remembers Ford in the 1980s compared to working with him today, the actress said he was “quite different” back in the day.

“He had that carapace which is essential for people who have reached that level of popular stardom,” she said of Ford. “It’s so full-on, you have to develop some sort of defensive armor. He was always lovely to kids; grown-ups, not so much.”

Mirren went on to recall an incident in Belize while filming The Mosquito Coast in which Ford dealt with a rude person at a party “with great grace.”

“We went to this party and this woman put her face in his face and said, ‘I’m sure you think I know who you are, well I don’t,’ ” she told the outlet. “It was just so rude and thoughtless and horrible, and that’s the sort of thing he had to deal with. He dealt with it with great grace, I have to say. He was just like, ‘Well, OK.’ ”

In working with Ford on the new series, Mirren complimented the actor’s sense of professionalism to this day.

“It’s rather British actually — don’t make a fuss, just get on with it,” she told The Times. “He never disappears into his trailer, the set is never waiting for him. I think he loves the whole business of film-making.”

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December 23, 2022 Leave a Reply

The series has started really great and I’m totally hooked. Hoped you had a chance to see it and enjoy the HD screencaptures of Dame Helen Mirren.




December 17, 2022 Leave a Reply

Kendrick Lamar gets deep in his feelings with the one and only Helen Mirren in the new music video for “Count Me Out.” Lamar directed clip with his frequent collaborator Dave Free.

Mirren plays Lamar’s therapist in the latest Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers visual, which opens in the middle of a session. After Lamar shares an anecdote about swooping in and stealing a woman’s parking spot, he cops to a late-night text to his analyst — “I feel like I’m fallen” — and then proceeds to unload his feeling.



Check out screencaptures from the video clip in our gallery.


December 15, 2022 Leave a Reply

There’s a moment near the start of 1923‘s first episode in which Helen Mirren‘s Cara Dutton tilts her head to the heavens and screams. In order to avoid spoilers (and so as not to bring the Taylor Sheridan industrial entertainment complex down upon our heads), we’re not at liberty to say what leads up to this harsh cry. But we can tell you that the moment — which is on full display in the Paramount+ series’ trailer — is an outlier for Mirren’s character: a capable, pragmatic Dutton matriarch keeping the family ranch going nearly a century before the events of Yellowstone.



Which isn’t to say that Cara, nor husband Jacob (played by Harrison Ford), are immune to the harsh realities of life in rural Montana in the first part of the 20th century. After all, it’s right there in the prequel’s official logline: We’re entering an era in which “pandemics, historic drought, the end of Prohibition and the Great Depression all plague the mountain west and the Duttons who call it home.”

When TVLine got the chance to speak with Mirren ahead of 1923‘s premiere Sunday, she elaborated on the challenges facing John Dutton III’s forebears.

“Certainly, there are storm clouds gathering around them. Cara, as you very rightfully pointed out, is well balanced, is fundamentally peaceful, and what brings her to this point of extremity?”


December 4, 2022 Leave a Reply

Three events, possibly connected to each other, but three different events that Dame Helen Mirren attended yesterday as part of the promotion for “1923”.




December 3, 2022 Leave a Reply

WHAT A QUEEN! Helen Mirren showed up at the LA Premiere of “1923” in a perfect total black look. Damn she’s awesome! Enjoy the over 300 HQ photos




December 2, 2022 Leave a Reply

HQ photos of Dame Helen Mirren at yesterday’s L’Oréal Paris’ Women Of Worth Celebration event have been added to the gallery. Enjoy!