April 3, 2020 / Leave a Reply / Magazines

Have a first look at Vogue Germany May 2020 issue with several covers among which one with Helen Mirren. The issue will be out on newsstands on April 7th.





During these sensitive times, during which I’m hopeful no events will be organized, we can focus on career project and keep going on filling the gallery with missing images.
Starting from HD screencaptures of Helen Mirren in the TV Movie “Phil Spector”. Take a look and enjoy!

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.





I updated the video vault with 3 videos – two commercials and one bts interview – of Helen Mirren for the new L’Oreal Paris. Take a look and enjoy!




The Oscar-winning Queen muses on the theater of politics, the trap of stereotypical glamour, and why age-appropriate makeup calls for subtlety and, occasionally, over-the-top false lashes: “I’m not a rule maker myself.”

n a season of uncertainty, it’s wise to consult the oracles. Prince Harry sought out Queen Elizabeth’s company last weekend, mending the road out of senior-royal life over cups of tea. A few days later, as America braced for Super Tuesday, Helen Mirren—also The Queen, per her Academy Award–winning performance in the 2006 film—had wise words of her own. “Everything changes. Everything is cyclical,” the 74-year-old actress said in a phone call from Los Angeles, referring to the tumultuous politics on both sides of the Atlantic. “It’s just an exciting and sometimes depressing—but at the same time fascinating—element of getting older: watching life change in the most unexpected ways.”

Mirren has seen it all; we have all seen Mirren. Since playing Cleopatra at 20 at London’s Old Vic, she has carved out her place as an indomitable monarch, the most recent example being HBO’s 2019 miniseries, Catherine the Great. “History really doesn’t want women to be successful,” the actress told Vanity Fair last fall, speaking about the warped mystique around the ruler. “And if they are, they have to have gotten their success through sex, basically.” (You can imagine how Mirren felt about the magazine headline that ran during her early Royal Shakespeare Company days: “Stratford’s very own sex queen.”)

Read the full interview/article in our press library.



March 7, 2020 / Leave a Reply / News & Articles

“Helen is fine,” Dame Helen Mirren assures me warmly as she sweeps into the room wearing a full black skirt and crisp white shirt. We’re on the second floor of a Beverly Hills mansion to celebrate the launch of the new L’Oréal Paris Age Perfect makeup line. It seems a fitting place to meet someone I’ve seen portray more queens than a deck of cards. In real life, she isn’t royal. But she does have a fancy title, bestowed upon her by Queen Elizabeth II. As Mirren’s title would suggest, she has been inducted into a special order of female knighthood for her acting talents. As her title would not suggest, her beauty routine is more hipster than high society.

For one, she never uses heat on her hair — she only air-dries it, unless she’s being styled for an event. She never had to deal with a gnarly transition to silver hair — because she never colored it in the first place.

“I was always too lazy to color my hair. I just couldn’t be bothered, honestly,” Mirren tells me.

Read the full interview/article in our press library.



Helen Mirren and Viola Davis joined L’Oréal Paris to celebrate the launch of Age Perfect Cosmetics. Take a look in the gallery for HQ pictures and enjoy!