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The Tim Burton-produced Alice In Wonderland: Through The Looking Glass is set for principal photography this week, which means the cast is on lock.
The sequel to Disney's 2010 live-action feature is set for release in May of 2016, so it's still going to be a while until we get to see what the interesting cast of characters is up to.
The Wizarding World Of Harry Potter just got a lot bigger- and a lot more magical!
The long awaited Diagon Alley opened its doors to the public for the first time on Wednesday night, with a whole Knightbus full of stars from the movies!
Weeks before the grand opening date of July 8, you can experience the drama, the pyrotechnics, and the pure magic of the park …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Oh how royally embarrassing!
Quite the opposite!
She explained that she walked up to the heir to the British throne and asked him a question, saying:
Strong women in strong roles!
But what makes these three working together even better is that they're working on the movie Suffragette, which is about the British suffragette movement that helped women acquire the right to vote.
And while we know this movie will probably be great, we're happy to get a few glimpses of the ladies on set to prove it's going to be great!
The three were spotted in London looking totally fierce in their vintage garb.
We hope to get plenty more sneak peeks because with these three together it's just triple the goodness!
[Image via WENN.]
Helena Bonham Carter stepped out for a good cause on Wednesday night — she hosted A Night of Reggae for Save the Children UK in London!
Since the theme of the night was obviously reggae, Helena decided to rock the most impressive set dreadlocks she could find.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen Helena with dreads, but her last set was far more tame!
The ones she chose for this particular event were large and in charge. Also, they incorporated the classic Rastafarian colors of red, gold, and green.
Way to own the theme, gurl!!
[Image via Jeff Moore/Save the Children/WENN.]