The gallery has been updated with over 230 HD screencaptures of Helen Mirren from 2001 movie “Gosford Park”, in which she played Mrs. Wilson. Take a look and enjoy!
Sir William McCordle and his family plan a shooting party over a weekend. Their family secrets, lies and deceptions come tumbling out when Sir William gets murdered.
Helen Mirren is a terrible liar. “I’m a very bad liar in real life. I’m hopeless, I go bright red if I try to lie,” she says over the phone from a “posh hotel” in London near Trafalgar Square. “But I do know how to keep a secret.”
Case in point: this interview. We’re here to chat about her new film The Good Liar, in which Mirren, 74, plays a vulnerable and naive widow opposite Sir Ian McKellen’s con man. It’s a thriller in every sense of the word: suspenseful and unassuming with a stellar twist right at the end. Five minutes into our conversation, we make a pact. Mirren asks for my help to keep the ending of the film a secret and we symbolically shake hands over the phone.
With over 50 years’ experience and more than 80 films under her belt, Mirren says she is still excited by the same things: a great script, a great actor and a great director. The Good Liar ticked all of her boxes with stunning writing, co-star McKellen and powerhouse director Bill Condon. “As you get older, very often the scripts you get are about getting older. And this script was not about that, it was a thriller story that happened to be about two older people. I love a thriller, and this is exactly the kind of movie I want to see,” she says.
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The gallery has been updated with over 200 HD screencaptures of Helen Mirren from 2009 movie “State of Play”. Take a look and enjoy!
Congressman Stephen Collins is a rising star in Washington; handsome, unflappable and seemingly honorable, he’s seen as his party’s next presidential nominee. Until, however, his research assistant/mistress is found murdered and damaging secrets come pouring out. Journalist Cal McAffrey, Collins’ old friend, must investigate the murder, and walks headlong into a massive cover-up involving some of the nation’s most promising political and corporate figures.
Here below you can find links to some carpet interviews of Helen Mirren from the Golden Globes. Enjoy!
The first event of 2020 must be a glamorous one. Helen Mirren showed up at the Golden Globes in a red Christian Dior Haute Couture dress with a diamond necklace, worthy of a Queen/Empress. Take a look at the gallery for over 100 HQ photos.
The gallery has been updated with over 4000 HD screencaptures of Helen Mirren as (Queen) Elizabeth I from the mini-series with the same name. Take a look and enjoy!