Founder David Schiff made the announcement with partners Courtney Kivowitz and Christian Donatelli
Helena Bonham Carter News, Movies and Background
Disney’s live-action re-telling of the classic fairy tale stars Helena Bonham Carter as the Fairy Godmother
‘The Talk’ Co-Host Sheryl Underwood Bravely Discloses ‘Bladder Leakage’ During Emmys Commercial (Video)
The comedienne is a spokeswoman for Depend — the company behind absorbent, disposable underwear for adults experiencing incontinence
Dark Horse Comics will publish a 10-issue series set to take place a decade after the events of the first book, with the protagonist now...
James Bobin is directing the sequel, which will co-star Sacha Baron Cohen as the villain
James Bobin is directing the sequel for Disney
CinemaCon 2014: Instead of special effects, Disney lets ballgowns do the talking
BBC America hopes that its "Burton and Taylor" rights the wrongs of Lindsay Lohan's "Liz & Dick"
The cast also includes Cate Blanchett and Richard Madden
Helena Bonham Carter and Dominic West try to make the world forget all about that Lindsay Lohan thing last year
Jean-Pierre Jeunet's first 3D movie co-stars Helena Bonham Carter and Kathy Bates
The two stars of the film also answered live questions during Disney's panel in Las Vegas
Helena Bonham Carter may help you forget "Liz & Dick"
Johnny Depp’s courtly vampire provides the only laughs in this leaden misfire of the "Dark Shadows" pop-culture reboot
Sure, it looks like a done deal in many categories, but just ask David Fincher, Annette Bening and “The King’s Speech,” there’s still plenty of...
Oscar-nominee in talks to play a reclusive matriarch in the big screen adaptation of the horror soap opera
From the press room: James Franco, Natalie Portman, Nicole Kidman and the rest of the leading contenders on what they’re looking forward to on Hollywood’s...
Rupert Murdoch makes surprise appearance to praise Cowell
Voters are invited down the rabbit hole, and the Supporting Actress field takes a beating
Helena Bonham Carter wins a prize, and the Guardian asks a lot of questions