Helen Mirren wears an all-pink costume to promote action movie Fast & Furious 9 at McLaren in Beverly Hills
Helen Mirren wears an all-pink suit and green heels to promote action movie Fast & Furious 9 at McLaren in Beverly Hills
Helen Mirren guaranteed to grab some attention as she promoted Fast & Furious 9 on Wednesday in a cute pink outfit in Beverly Hills, Calif.
The 75-year-old British actress gave an interview for the upcoming action flick as she stood outside the McLaren dealership in the bright outfit.
Showcasing her impeccable style credentials, Helen also donned a green top and brightly colored matching heels.
Pink power: Helen Mirren promoted Fast & Furious 9 on Wednesday in a cute pink outfit in Beverly Hills, Calif.
She accessorized with a necklace and earrings and had her hair pulled back and gathered with a blue scarf.
The Oscar-winning actress will play Magdalene “Queenie” Shaw in the ninth installment of the Fast & Furious franchise.
Helen previously portrayed the character in 2017’s Fast & Furious 8 and also appeared in the 2019 spin-off Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw, starring Jason Statham and Dwayne Johnson.
And this time Helen will be behind the wheel for the first time as she gets to drive a £200,000 supercar.
Action movie: The 75-year-old British actress gave an interview for the upcoming action movie as she stood outside the McLaren dealership in the bright outfit
In the latest film, Vin Diesel is back to fight for his family while John Cena makes his debut as Dominic Toretto’s long-lost brother, Jakob.
The trailer, released in April, shows Helen sitting behind the wheel of her super purple car with her neck adorned with diamonds offering advice to Vin Diesel.
She says, “There is nothing more powerful than family love but you turn it into anger and there is nothing more dangerous.”
And speaking of the supercar, Helen said: “It’s a match made in heaven for me.”
Villain: The Oscar-winning actor will play Magdalene ‘Queenie’ Shaw in the ninth Fast and Furious film and got to drive a £200,000 supercar
Meanwhile, Vin Diesel raved about the Oscar winner’s ride and said: ‘She can work that wheel. The boys have nothing against her.
The actress then kissed him on the cheek for praising his driving, according to the shimmer.
Speaking about her appearance in Fast and Furious 8, Helen revealed, “My role in F and F 8 was born because I begged it.
“I almost got down on my knees. Not quite… But I knelt metaphorically with Vin [Diesel] and to everyone.
Back: Helen previously starred in 2017’s Fast & Furious 8 and also appeared in the 2019 spin-off Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (pictured with Vin Diesel in the upcoming film)
High-speed pursuit: Living up to the film’s title, the star’s impressive death-defying race can go from 0-120 mph in just nine seconds
Always in style: Helen will hit the streets in zebra-print boots and a 64-carat diamond and emerald necklace
‘I always…I just wanted to be in one of those movies. So the word got out that I wanted to be in it and they very kindly gave me a part in it. So I was very excited.
Fast & Furious 9 was originally slated for release in May 2019, but it was pushed back in part due to the coronavirus pandemic and was released in May in Hong Kong and South Korea.
The film is set to be released in the United States on June 25.
Helen won the Best Actress Oscar in 2007 and a BAFTA Film Award for her performance in The Queen.
Coming soon: Fast & Furious 9 was originally scheduled for release in May 2019, but was pushed back in part due to the coronavirus pandemic
She also received the Olivier Award for Best Actress and a Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play for her role in The Audience.
The Fast And The Furious starring Vin Diesel, 53, and the late Paul Walker was first released in June 2001.
Paul died in November 2013 at the age of 40 in a single-car crash in Santa Clarita, California.
Long wait: The new movie will see John Cena play Dominic Toretto’s long-lost brother, Jakob (Vin and John are shown in an F9 still set for a US release on June 25)