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Helena Bonham Carter
UPDATED: Katie has released a statement thanking her fans: “I am thrilled and honored to have been named BBC America’s Anglo Fan Favorites, Woman of 2012. It is humbling to even be considered, thank you so much to everyone …
I wasn’t going to make any explicit link between the cast of this, director Mike Newell’s new adaptation of the startling Charles Dickens story Great Expections, and the cast of the Harry Potter films. There are a great many …
It was monkey see, monkey do, monkey fall in love when Helena Bonham Carter first flipped for director Tim Burton while starring in his 2001 remake of Planet of the Apes.
If you’ve been watching BBC America on Friday nights, you may have stumbled upon an enchanting, stunning British beauty named Asha Leo gabbing it up with some A-list celebs.
Helena Bonham Carter has been crowned the winner of the first Anglo Fan Favorites women's tournament. We've collected some photos of the two-time Oscar nominee over the years and asked her fans to offer tributes in their own words. Check out our gallery.
She’s been a critics’ darling and a fashion fascination for three decades. And now actress Helena Bonham Carter, 45, is the very first winner of the Anglo Fan Favorites women’s tournament, pulling out a 55-45 percent …
Once again, here we are on Center Court. Two strong competitors have survived the test of four weeks and thousands of votes. Either contender will wear the name “champion” with honor and dignity. But only one will be the Anglo Fan Favorite of 2011.
We've crowned the men's champion. Now let's move on to the ladies. 32 fabulous British women vie for the title. Pippa Middleton or Karen Gillan? Helen Mirren or Joanna Lumley? Start your fan campaigns now and vote!
• Kate Winslet, Emma Thompson and Rachel Weisz have bonded over the issue of plastic surgery for female actresses. They have formed what they’re calling The British Anti-Cosmetic Surgery League, and resolve never to fall prey to …