BY Audrey Cerchiara
on Oct 30, 2014
“The weird thing is,” says Dame Helen Mirren, “you get more comfortable in yourself, even as time is giving you less reason for it. When you’re young and beautiful, you’re paranoid and miserable. And then you’re older and it’s ironic.”
According to The Guardian, in five years time half of all women will be over fifty years old and the cosmetics industry is not taking any chances losing touch with their consumers. Read More
It's a damn shame that women still feel any sort of external pressure to procreate, especially when it's a totally independent decision. Yet, here we have a few dozen paparazzi and interviewers demanding an explanation from twenty-five female celebrities sans children. Zooey Deschanel had us all nodding with her quick rebuttal to the question: “I'm not going to answer that question. I'm not mad at you for asking that question, but I've said it before: I don't think people ask men those questions. Read More
Dame Helen Mirren knows sexism.
The 67-year-old, Oscar-Winning actress got her start in film adaptations of Shakespeare plays, but says that gender relations back then were no better than in the time of the Bard.
“The ‘60s and ‘70s were pretty ghastly, I think,” said Mirren in an interview with the Daily Mail. “And into the ‘80s, as an actress, you would be the only female on set, apart from the continuity person, who was always a woman, and maybe your own personal wardrobe person. Read More
BY Samantha Vincenty
on Dec 22, 2011
Helen Mirren has thrown her hat in the ring to become the twelfth Time Lord in the Doctor Who series, and I would really love to see this happen. I started watching Doctor Who this year, and its Buffyesque “Big Bad of the Week” formula sucked me in almost immediately. So far I’ve only seen the 10th and 11th Doctors’ seasons, and both David Tennant and Matt Smith were fantastic. Read More
BY Larissa Dzegar
on Oct 04, 2010
BUST cover woman Helen Mirren promoted more than just her upcoming film, "Red", when she went on NBC's show "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" recently. Fallon challenged our Dame to the popular college game of beer-pong, and she proved to be a great sport as she poured three cups into one and dutifully "chugged" when Fallon scored.
"He nearly got my other cup," she joked when Fallon missed a play that hit her on the chest, followed by, "I'm never very good with balls," which was met with enthusiastic audience laughter and applause. Read More
BY Intern Brittany J.
on Aug 10, 2010
Uh oh. Looks like California Gurls are no longer good enough for Russell Brand. And by that I mean, I'm sure he and Katy Perry are fine. Russell just tweeted this pic from the set of their remake of Arthur with the words, "At last. A bath from Helen Mirren. Never has getting clean been more dirty." It obviously worked to get the word out because I had no clue about the movie until this moment. Oh well, I guess everywhere's just a Love Ranch to Helen now. Read More
BY jodi sh doff
on Jun 22, 2010
Helen Mirren has come a long way since her first acting role as the Virgin Mary in a convent school play, posing sans sackcloth in New York Magazine, to promote the upcoming Love Ranch. She's been a household name (in really smart houses) since the award winning Masterpiece Theater TV series, Prime Suspect. Netflix it if you haven't seen it. Netflix it even if you have.
Although the convent school nuns probably won't agree, Love Ranch may become my favorite Helen Mirren performance, ever. And that's saying something. Read More