Helen Mirren Finds Her Inner Peace in ‘1923’

CAP D'ANTIBES, FRANCE - MAY 19: Helen Mirren attends the amfAR's 23rd Cinema Against AIDS Gala at Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc on May 19, 2016 in Cap d'Antibes (Photo by Venturelli/WireImage)

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Less than a month remains until Paramount+ unveils the last show in its ever-expanding Yellowstone universe. Starring Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford, the spinoff cast alone is a testament to the hugely popular franchise’s dominance.

Check out the trailer for 1923, which is a prequel to Yellowstone and a sequel to 1883.

Helen Finds Inner Peace

Now, the 77-year-old actor says she’s found a new sense of peace in her life — thanks in part to living in the never-ending environs in Montana.

Mirren spent some of her time with AARP magazine grousing about technology — a complaint that is not age-restrictive, by the way. But for the most part, she shared pearls of wisdom and reflected on why she isn’t disillusioned by romance.

“Well, the thoughts that you have when you’re 16, you have exactly the same thoughts when you’re 76, which is very annoying,” she said.

Following a pause, she runs on. “And every year, I make the same New Year’s resolutions: I will not procrastinate. And every year, I procrastinate. I will be more communicative. And every year, I fail to be communicative. Certain character failings stay with you forever, it seems to me.

“But in another way, we change totally,” Mirren added. “I mean, I am a completely different person compared to the person I was at 22 or 23. Even your skin changes. Your body changes. How you think changes. I mean, you and I have got to learn how to work with these damned phones, you know.”

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