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Review: ‘Collateral Beauty’ Starring Will Smith, Kate Winslet, Helen Mirren, Edward Norton and Michael Peña

There’s sadness and plenty of humor and but the movie tries so hard to be uplifting and deep, that it just gets in the way of itself.

Watch: SAG Conversations with Helen Mirren

The nearly hour-long interview spans Mirren's entire career, encompassing her work on both stage and screen.

Screenplay: ‘Woman In Gold’

Sixty years after fleeing Vienna, Maria Altmann (Helen Mirren), an elderly Jewish woman, attempts to reclaim family possessions that were seized by the Nazis.

Watch: Conversations with Helen Mirren of ‘Trumbo’

The Oscar-winning actress speaks about playing Hedda Hopper, working with directors, and her entire career experience in film.

Watch the Oscar Actress Roundtable Featuring Jennifer Lawrence, Cate Blanchett and Helen Mirren

Take a look at The Hollywood Reporter's great new actress roundtable interview featuring Jennifer Lawrence (Joy), Cate Blanchett (Carol, Truth), Helen Mirren (Trumbo, Woman in Gold), Kate Winslet (Steve Jobs), Carey Mulligan (Suffragette), Jane Fonda (Youth), Brie Larson (Room) and Charlotte Rampling (45 Years).

Screenplay: ‘Trumbo’

Download the screenplay to 'Trumbo', starring Bryan Cranston

Helen Mirren Talks Starring On Broadway: “We all have to live like nuns”

"I’d like to go to a bar or a restaurant. I can’t do that now. I am onstage for two hours every night. I can’t go out." - Helen Mirren

Helen Mirren on Reprising her Role as Elizabeth II in ‘The Audience’: “I was determined not to do it”

"When I took my bow at the end, they were not applauding me. They were applauding the queen." - Helen Mirren

Helen Mirren on Winning an Oscar: “It’s an indescribable moment”

"It’s hard to say, because you don’t know what would have happened if you hadn’t won" - Helen Mirren When Asked If Winning an Oscar Changed Her Career

McConaughey, Cranston, Leto and More! Watch the Interviews from the SAG Awards Press Room

Here’s all of the winners backstage in the SAG Awards press room. Most of them are around 3 minutes and they’re all pretty good. Matthew McConaughey’s is my favorite but you can be the judge on that one.  Check them all out below! Jared Leto, Male Actor In A Supporting Role   Lupita Nyong’o, Female Actor In A Supporting Role   Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Female Actor In A Comedy Series   Michael Douglas, Male Actor In A Television Movie Or Miniseries   Helen Mirren, Female Actor In A Television Movie Or Miniseries   Cate Blanchett, Female Actor In A Leading Role ... Read more

Helen Mirren on Learning about Action from Bruce Willis: “I didn’t ask him for tips but I watched him. I watched him like a hawk”

I’ve been looking forward to Red 2 because I got a kick out of the first one.  It was a lot of fun seeing older actors take a crack at action roles, especially the usually regal Helen Mirren.  Mirren spoke to Moviefone about her roles in Red 2 and Monsters University and whether she learned anything about taking a few hits from Red series co-star Bruce Willis. When asked if she ever expected that should be starring in two summer blockbusters in one year, she replies, “No, of course not. That’s the great fun of my job — you never ... Read more

Al Pacino: “When you have access to real character, it stimulates the imagination. It’s something to take off from”

It's no secret that Al Pacino's best work in recent years has been on television. While his recent films have been awful to mildly disappointing, he has won Emmys for his roles in Angels in America and You Don't Know Jack.

Corgi Replaced in West End Play When She Wouldn’t Respond to Star Helen Mirren’s Commands

Screwing up your big scene on stage with Dame Helen Mirren once might be forgivable. Twice is definitely pushing it. But sixteen times? Yeah, you shouldn't be surprised when you're told to not let the door hit you on the way out.

Helen Mirren on Why She is Playing Queen Elizabeth Again in the New Play, ‘The Audience’

Helen Mirren still worries about being typecast.  But that hasn’t stopped her from returning to once again depict Queen Elizabeth in a new play, The Audience. “I didn’t want to do it,” the actress confessed in an interview with The Telegraph.  “The first thing I emailed [writer Peter Morgan] was ‘You b——.’  [As an actress] you want to go forward and not be stuck with a character for the rest of your life.  I always think of the obituary, you know?  It was Prime Suspect for ages: ‘Jane Tennison has been sadly knocked over by a bus.’” So one can ... Read more