Helena Bonham Carter: SAG Nom 'Means More' Than Golden Globe
She says her supporting actress nomination "comes from the very people I crave approval from: other actors."
Helena Bonham Carter is more excited about being nominated for a SAG Award than a Golden Globe.
"The SAG nomination means particularly more to me because it comes from the very people I crave approval from: other actors," The King's Speech star, nominated for supporting actress early Thursday morning, told The Hollywood Reporter in a statement.
Carter received her sixth Globe notation on Tuesday.
“These awards make a big difference to the small independent films and gets them an audience that normally wouldn’t see them,” she told THR from her home in London that day. Read what other stars had to say about Globe noms.