Author: · Date: 2015/04/25 · Filed under: Candids, Photos

Helena was photographed by some paparazzis arriving at Chiltern Firehouse for an evening with friends. She looked happy and wore a sparkly gold top over a black dress, in which she was stunning.

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Author: · Date: 2015/04/23 · Filed under: Candids, Photos

Helena was seen the past day (April 22) running errands in North London with her son Billy. Check out 9 UHQ images below.

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Author: · Date: 2015/04/23 · Filed under: Site

Hello dear Heleanist! We are so glad to tell you that we are back and with a new design, made by the talented and a great friend of mine, Reynaldo ( We hope you like the design as much as us. We also inaugurate a new part of the site, I’m talking about the ‘media center‘ (Design by, where you’ll find icons, gifs, headers for your Twitter and facebook covers. It’s a little empty right now but I’ll add a lot of graphics very soon. And if you want, you can send your creations to and I’ll add them too.


Author: · Date: 2015/04/16 · Filed under: Movies, Suffragette, Videos

Author: · Date: 2015/03/29 · Filed under: Uncategorized


The British actress, who is currently appearing as the Fairy Godmother in Disney’s new live-action version of Cinderella , is a big fan of classical music for its calming influence.

When she was pregnant with her two children, Bonham Carter says she made use of the Tomatis Method, based on a theory that information coming into the foetus’s ear guides the development of the brain.

I basically played Mozart and violin concertos again and again because it stimulated the inner ear of the unborn baby,” she says on this week’s edition of Charlotte Green’s Culture Club, (Sunday 29 March, 3pm). “And everything that they promised happened to both my children. They came out alert, unbelievably clever, and very relaxed.

Listen to a preview of Helena Bonham Carter’s interview with Charlotte Green

I love classical music,” Bonham Carter tells Charlotte Green. “In fact I often listen to Classic FM. It’s the soundtrack to my daily life because I find it really genuinely de-stresses, and I feel it can be a genuine healthy drug.

The actress’s eclectic taste in music ranges from the Baroque “Bach’s piano preludes for just getting a sense of equilibrium” to Edith Piaf and American folk rock band, The Lumineers.

She is also passionate about film scores. “I love Patrick Doyle ‘s music,” she says of the composer of the score for Cinderella . “He’s so great at finding a simple melody.

Author: · Date: 2015/03/27 · Filed under: Cinderella, Interviews

Being “turned on” might bring all sorts of connotations for some, but for Helena Bonham Carter the phrase describes her daily routine on set as she revealed the crew had to physically turn on all the LED lights on her costume.

As Fairy Godmother in Disney’s latest offering ‘Cinderella’, the star dazzles in a white and silver ball gown electronically wired with over 400 LED lights which added a magical touch to her costume.

Talking about her awkward encounters with the wardrobe department, she told Heart Showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes: “I got turned on by Florence who literally switched me on because i was a waking lamp!

She laughed: “I had about 400 LED lights on my dress…and it had to be switched on for every take! So I literally had [the crew] up my skirt.