L’Oréal Paris celebrated 10 extraordinary women who are championing a breadth of social causes at the 14th annual L’Oréal Paris Women of Worth gala this evening. Inspired by the L’Oréal Paris tagline, “Because You’re Worth It,” L’Oréal Paris Women of Worth honors the intrinsic beauty and worth of women who are positively impacting their communities through philanthropy. With diverse stories born from personal experiences, the 2019 L’Oréal Paris Women of Worth represent a range of causes including bringing musical expression to special needs children, empowering at-risk teenage girls to build literacy and life skills, improving the lives of youth in foster care through educational coaching and technology, and working with communities to reduce food waste. Pictures from the ceremony have been added to the photo gallery.
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2019 – 14th Annual L’Oréal Paris Women Of Worth Awards
During an onstage chat at the “Helen Mirren and Hawk Koch Discuss The Magic of Movies” event on Friday hosted by the SAG/AFTRA Foundation and the Producers Guild of America, Mirren regaled the audience with the story of being invited to tea at the Queen’s Sandringham estate, as reported by People. “She invited me for tea,” said Mirren, assuming she would be attending a large event. “I thought it was going to be in a room with 200 other people, which it often is. I’ve met her once before and it was in a room with 200 other people. So I said, ‘Oh well I can manage that.’ So it was at the horsey place and the message came to me that the Queen would like to invite you to tea, she knows you’re here. So I walk in, and there’s like eight people sitting around a table. Prince Philip, the Queen, a Sheik of somewhere or other and a couple of horsey people. I know absolutely nothing about horses, at all, and the Queen knows everything about horses. Then I got a cup of tea and the Queen, in particular, was having a very intense conversation about what’s in the sandwiches with Prince Philip, very important. ‘What is this? What’s in here?’” Mirren explained. “The milk is on the other side of Prince Philip and I want some milk in my tea, but my brain goes completely dead and I cannot remember how to address Prince Philip. I mean, is it sir? Is it your majesty? Is it your highness? Is it rude to ask him to pass the milk? Or should I just ask for a lackey? I finished up not having any milk. I just couldn’t sort it out. It’s a lesson in embarrassment, but they were lovely, they were utterly gracious,” she said. Pictures from the discussion panel have been added to the photo gallery.
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2019 – SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s Discussion Panel
A big batch of video clips have been added to the archive, compiling all of this week’s released press junket interviews from the promotional tour for “The Good Liar” in the United Kingdom as well as all the recent appearances and interviews in the United States. For a complete list of uploads, check out the full list below. Screencaptures from all appearances have been added to the photo gallery as well. Enjoy! And don’t forget to see “The Good Liar” in UK theaters today.
Video Archive – News Segments – Entertainment Tonight (2019)
Video Archive – Talkshows – The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (2019)
Video Archive – Talkshows – The Today Show (2019)
Video Archive – Career Videos – The Good Liar – Press Junket Interview 03
Video Archive – Career Videos – The Good Liar – Press Junket Interview 02
Video Archive – Career Videos – The Good Liar – Press Junket Interview 01
Video Archive – Career Videos – The Good Liar – Featurette
Video Archive – Miscellaneous – Buzzfeed – Two Truths And A Lie With Helen Mirren & Ian McKellen (2019)
Video Archive – Miscellaneous – Helen Mirren texts with theSkimm (2019)
On Wednesday, Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen participated in an extensive press tour in New York to promote the theatrical release of “The Good Liar”. Check out the next update for many new video clips, news segments and talkshow appearances. But first, pictures from the New York premiere have been added to the photo gallery, alongside even more pictures from the film’s New York press conference, tapings of “The Today Show”, “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” and an visit to “Fractured Worlds: The Art of Death Stranding”.
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2019 – “The Good Liar” Premiere (New York)
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2019 – Taping of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2019 – Taping of “The Today Show”
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2019 – “The Good Liar” Press Conference (New York)
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2019 – Fractured Worlds: The Art of Death Stranding
To promote their new film, the actors took to the Broadway stage, and the cast turned their cheeky banter into an impromptu love song. “We are so outside of our comfort zones,” Helen Mirren was saying as she sat with Ian McKellen onstage at the Booth Theater on Sunday night. The two are no strangers to the New York stage; Mirren, 74, and McKellen, 80, played opposite each other in a Broadway production of “Dance of Death” in 2001. But this time, they were the surprise guests at “Freestyle Love Supreme,” the improvisational hip-hop comedy show that was co-created by Lin-Manuel Miranda. The esteemed British actors, co-stars in the forthcoming film “The Good Liar,” didn’t rap; instead, they were interviewed by the show’s M.C., Anthony Veneziale, about their personal and professional camaraderie, and the result was turned into an impromptu love song by the regular cast onstage. The fact that “Helen” and “McKellen” rhyme was not lost on the rappers. A complete bit on the evening can be read over at The New York Times, while pictures have been added to the photo gallery.