Mar 11
2021

Reflecting on diversity and gender equality in the entertainment industry, Dame Helen Mirren said there has been “exponential change” since she stared her career, particularly in the past five years, but there is still a ways to go. “If it’s climbing [Mount] Everest, when I started we were at the bottom of Everest and now I would say we are maybe three-quarters of the way up, still a long way to go,” Mirren said. “I’m kind of pissed off that I wasn’t born 20 years later, not because I particularly want to be younger but…I would love to have experienced this world as a young woman.” As Yahoo! reports, Mirren was the host of the L’Oréal Paris Women of Worth Awards Gala on March 8, part of the Women of Worth initiative, which provided $110,000 in charitable grants to 10 Canadian women who have created innovative programs to provide important supports for their communities. This includes supporting BIPOC entrepreneurs, mental health education for marginalized communities, supports for survivors of human trafficking and gender-based violence, and assistance for newcomer and low-income Canadian families. “They work sometimes in very difficult circumstances, it’s not, as you call, glamorous work, it’s real, grassroots, community based work and these women are incredible heroines,” Mirren said. “I applaud L’Oréal so much for doing this.” Supporting this initiative is very much aligned with how Mirren explained she has tried to live her life, “in a way that is inclusive and recognizing of other people’s abilities and brilliance.” She does also recognize that throughout her career, she has been “ahead of the game” in terms of speaking up as a woman in the entertainment industry. “I would like to have shown more courage, when I think of people like Jane Fonda who exhibited such bravery in her life and her life’s choices,” she revealed. “But…I always was an argumentative person, I was always annoyingly argumentative saying, ‘no why should I, just because I’m a women I’m not going to do that.'”

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Feb 26
2021

Helen Mirren has joined the cast of Marc Forster’s White Bird: A Wonder Story. Based on Palacio’s 2019 graphic novel, the story centers on Julian Albans, the 11-year-old bully who left Beecher Prep, who is still waiting for the insight of how kindness has the power to save lives when he is visited by his Grandmère from Paris and is transformed by her remarkable story of compassion and courage. Grandmère’s fairy-tale life before the war abruptly changes as the Nazis occupy France, and the outcast classmate who she once shunned becomes her savior and best friend. Alongside Mirren, who joins previously cast Emmy winner Gillian Anderson, the cast has also seen the additions of Ariella Glaser, Bryce Gheisar and Orlando Schwerdt. Gheisar will be reprising his role from the first film as Julian while Mirren will star as Grandmère, Julian’s Parisian grandmother, Glaser as Sara, the younger version of Mirren’s character in Nazi-occupied France, and Schwerdt as Julien, a classmate who chooses to hide Sara from the Nazis along with his parents, his mother who is being played by Anderson. “I am deeply honored to have Helen Mirren join us on this journey,” Forster said in a statement. “Beyond being a brilliant actress, Helen brings an immeasurable level of depth, humanity, and empathy to her roles, elevating any project she is a part of. She is a true artist and I couldn’t be more excited to have her alongside our incredibly talented cast.” The script for the adaptation is being penned by Mark Bomback (The Art of Racing in the Rain, War for the Planet of the Apes), with the film set to be produced by Mandeville Films’ David Hoberman and Todd Lieberman, who produced the original film, alongside Palacio, with Renée Wolfe attached to executive produce with Alex Young.

“Helen Mirren is a screen legend – one of our industry’s most accomplished and talented actresses – so, obviously, it’s hugely exciting to know that she loves this story as much as we do and wanted to be a part of it,” Nathan Kahane, President of Lionsgate Motion Picture Group, said in a statement. “We’re equally excited to showcase Ariella and Orlando’s talents – as they take on their first major roles, they’ll bring heart, emotion, and magnetism to their performances and we are thrilled Bryce will return to bridge his role from Wonder. White Bird: A Wonder Story is the kind of movie that the world needs now and it’s a thrill to have these incredible actors bringing to life this story of compassion, empathy, kindness, and hope.” Wonder, directed by author-turned-filmmaker Stephen Chbosky (The Perks of Being a Wallflower), starred Owen Wilson (Loki), Julia Roberts (Homecoming) and Jacob Tremblay (The Little Mermaid) and received rave reviews from critics and audiences alike and was a box office hit for the studio, grossing over $305 million at the global box office on a $20 million budget.

Feb 14
2021

We conclude the magazines scans update with lots of additional articles and interviews from 2017 to 2020, featuring more from the extensive “Catherine th Great” promotion and some very nice career tributes from magazines including Total Film. Enjoy the new updates and have fun reading.


Related Media:

Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – Closer Weekly (USA, August 03, 2020)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – OK Magazine (United Kingdom, May 12, 2020)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – People Magazine (USA, November 25, 2019)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – Point de Vue (France, November 20, 2019)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Scotsman (United Kingdom, November 19, 2019)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – Closer Weekly (USA, November 18, 2019)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Evening Standard (United Kingdom, November 08, 2019)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Evening Standard (United Kingdom, October 03, 2019)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Daily Mail (United Kingdom, October 03, 2019)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – Best Magazine (United Kingdom, October 01, 2019)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Evening Standard (United Kingdom, September 24, 2019)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Daily Mail Weekend (United Kingdom, September 21, 2019)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – OK Magazine (United Kingdom, May 18, 2019)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – Yours (United Kingdom, October 23, 2018)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – Who Weekly (Australia, June 18, 2018)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – Total Film (Australia, March 09, 2018)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – Parade Magazine (USA, January 14, 2018)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Irish Daily Mail (United Kingdom, January 01, 2018)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – Closer Weekly (USA, September 29, 2017)

Feb 14
2021

On we go with scans from 2011 to 2017, covering the international promotions for “The Hundred-Foot Journey” and “Woman in Gold”, as well as the UK and US run of “The Audience”.


Related Media:

Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – Closer Weekly (United Kingdom, September 01, 2017)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Scottish Daily Mail (United Kingdom, August 15, 2017)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Mail on Sunday (United Kingdom, February 26, 2017)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – Closer Weekly (United Kingdom, January 06, 2017)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Evening Standard (United Kingdom, April 10, 2015)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – TV Soap (Australia, June 04, 2015)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – SuperTele (Spain, April 11, 2015)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Evening Standard (United Kingdom, March 03, 2015)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – Weekend Herald Magazine (New Zealand, Aug 30, 2014)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Scotsman Weekend Life (United Kingdom, Aug 23, 2014)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – Der Kurier (Austria, August 14, 2014)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – Daily Mail Weekend Magazine (United Kingdom, July 19, 2014)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Evening Standard (United Kingdom, November 19, 2013)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Mail on Sunday Event (United Kingdom, July 21, 2013)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Evening Standard (United Kingdom, March 06, 2013)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Daily Mail (United Kingdom, February 07, 2013)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – Parade Magazine (USA, November 25, 2012)

Feb 14
2021

During the Winter Holidays I have sorted and uploaded even more fantastic magazines scans, ranging from 2006 to 2020. And since I completely forgot to make an update about it, I’ll gladly list them now as a very late Christmas present 🙂 Since there are so many new additions, I have split the updates into three parts. The first batch includes scans from 2006 to 2011, featuring some great cover stories while promoting “The Queen” and lots of old pictures during the book promotion for “In the Frame”.


Related Media:

Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Evening Standard (United Kingdom, August 02, 2011)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – Scotland on Sunday (United Kingdom, March 06, 2011)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Mail on Sunday (United Kingdon, November 14, 2010)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The New Zealand Herald (New Zealand, October 28, 2010)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Daily Mail (United Kingdom, July 17, 2008)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Herald Magazine (United Kingdom, June 14, 2008)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – New York Daily News (USA, March 20, 2008)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Daily Express (United Kingdom, December 27, 2007)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Sunday Independent (Ireland, October 27, 2007)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Sunday Star-Times (United Kingdom, October 21, 2007)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Daily Mail Weekend (United Kingdom, September 15, 2007)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Sunday Mirror (United Kingdom, May 27, 2007)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Mail on Sunday (United Kingdom, March 04, 2007)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Daily Mail (United Kingdom, March 03, 2007)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Mail on Sunday (United Kingdom, February 18, 2007)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – Wysokie Obcasy (Poland, January 20, 2007)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – Scotland on Sunday (United Kingdom, September 10, 2006)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Herald Magazine (United Kingdom, September 02, 2006)
Photo Gallery – Magazine Articles & Scans – The Sunday Express (United Kingdom, August 26, 2006)