Helena Bonham Carter could get her crowningmoment…
The nominations have been announced for this year’s BAFTA Television Awards, with the 54-year-old part-Spanish actress earning a nod.
Bonham Carter, previously nominated twice, is nominated in the Supporting Actress category for her performance as Princess Margaret in Netflix’s The Crown.
The nominations and awards themselves have been delayed by the coronavirus pandemic. The main BAFTA Television Awards were due to take place on May 17, but will now be held virtually on July 31.
Here’s a look at the nominees in the Supporting Actress category:
SUPPORTING ACTRESS HELEN BEHAN – The Virtues– Warp Films, Big Arty Productions/Channel 4 HELENA BONHAM CARTER – The Crown– Left Bank Pictures Sony Pictures/Netflix JASMINE JOBSON – Top Boy– Cowboy Films, Easter Partisan Films, DreamCrew, SpringHill Entertainment/Netflix NAOMI ACKIE – The End of the F***ing World– Clerkenwell Films, Dominic Buchanan Productions/Channel 4
Helena Bonham Carter has some serious royal s(w)ag…
The 53-year-old part-Spanish actress picked up the second Screen Actors Guild award for portraying a British royal at Sunday’s awards ceremony, which was held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
Bonham Carter and her The Crown cast mates were named the winners in the Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Seriescategory.
Bonham Carter, who portrays Princess Margaret in Season 3 of the Netflixseries, had previously earned a SAG Awardalongside her The King’s Speech in the Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture category. She portrayed Queen Elizabethin that film.
SAG-AFTRApresented awards in 15 categories honoring the year’s best film and television acting performances.
Here’s the full list of winners:
Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Parasite HYAE JIN CHANG / Chung Sook YEO JEONG CHO / Yeon Kyo WOO SHIK CHOI / Ki Woo HYEON JUN JUNG / Da Song ZISO JUNG / Da Hye JUNG EUN LEE / Moon Gwang SUN KYUN LEE / Dong Ik MYUNG HOON PARK / Geun Se SO DAM PARK / Ki Jung KANG HO SONG / Ki Taek
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role Joaquin Phoenix, Joker
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role Renee Zellweger, Judy
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role Brad Pitt, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role Laura Dern, Marriage Story
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series The Crown MARION BAILEY / Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother HELENA BONHAM CARTER / Princess Margaret OLIVIA COLMAN / Queen Elizabeth II CHARLES DANCE / Lord Mountbatten BEN DANIELS / Lord Snowdon ERIN DOHERTY / Princess Anne CHARLES EDWARDS / Martin Charteris TOBIAS MENZIES / Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh JOSH O’CONNOR / Prince Charles SAM PHILLIPS / Equerry DAVID RINTOUL / Michael Adeane JASON WATKINS / Harold Wilson
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel CAROLINE AARON / Shirley Maisel ALEX BORSTEIN / Susie Myerson RACHEL BROSNAHAN / Midge Maisel MARIN HINKLE / Rose Weissman STEPHANIE HSU / Mei JOEL JOHNSTONE / Archie Cleary JANE LYNCH / Sophie Lennon LEROY McCLAIN / Shy Baldwin KEVIN POLLAK / Moishe Maisel TONY SHALHOUB / Abe Weissman MATILDA SZYDAGIS / Zelda BRIAN TARANTINA / Jackie MICHAEL ZEGEN / Joel Maisel
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series Peter Dinklage, Game of Thrones
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series Jennifer Aniston, The Morning Show
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series Tony Shalhoub, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Fleabag
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series Sam Rockwell, Fosse/Verdon
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series Michelle Williams, Fosse/Verdon
Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture AVENGERS: ENDGAME
Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Comedy or Drama Series GAME OF THRONES
Helena Bonham Carter is ready for her crowning moment…
Netflix has announced that the third season of its royal drama The Crown, starring the 53-year-old part-Spanish actress, will premiere on November 17.
This comes nearly two years after the airing of the second season of the British drama, which launched on December 8, 2017.
Season 3 of The Crown starts in 1964 and will cover events such as the rise of the Beatles and England winning the soccer World Cupin 1966. Characters such as Camilla Parker Bowleswill also start to emerge in the next season.
Written by Peter Morgan, the third season will have a new cast from the previous two seasons.
Oscar winner Olivia Colman stars as Queen Elizabeth II, taking over the role from Claire Foy. Tobias Menzies, Ben Danielsand Bonham Carter will play Prince Philip, Lord Snowdonand Princess Margaret, respectively.
Parker Bowles is played by Emerald Fennelland Prince Charlesby Josh O’Connor. Marion Baileyplays The Queen Mother.
Erin Dohertystars as Princess Anne and Jason Watkins as Prime Minister Harold Wilson in the series, which runs through 1977.
Helena Bonham Carter may have a new crowning achievement on her resume…
The 51-year-old part-Spanish actress is in talks to portray Princess Margaret on the upcoming third season of Netflix’s The Crown, according to sources.
Netflix had no comment.
Carter would take over the role played in the first two seasons by Vanessa Kirby.
The second season premiered December 8 on Netflix. In it, Margaret married Antony Armstrong-Jones, the Earl of Snowdon (Matthew Goode) and the season ended with her pregnant with one of their children.
The Crown, created by Peter Morgan, tells the inside story of Queen Elizabeth II’s early reign as the fragile social order established after World War II breaks apart.
It was announced earlier that Olivia Colman would be replacing Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth in the upcoming third and fourth seasons, which have not yet been ordered but are expected. Morgan previously said he intended to replace key cast members in later seasons, to better portray the characters as they aged.
Carter, star of Sweeney Todd: The Demon of Fleet Street and Alice in Wonderlandamong others, will next be seen in Warner Bros.’Ocean’s 8, the female-driven caper spinoff directed by Gary Ross. She’s also the voice of Margaret Conroy in Fun Academy Motion Pictures’ first animated family filmSgt. Stubby: An American Hero.