It is nothing new for a Hollywood couple to split up, as it is more common for couples in the business to split up, with very few Hollywood relationships lasting the test of time. Actress Helena Bonham Carter and director Tim Burton had been together for over 13 years, when it was revealed that they had decided to bring their marriage to an end, which is actually a long time in terms of Hollywood relationships.
However, since Helena Bonham Carter and Tim Burton met, the couple have worked on a lot of movie projects together, so will the actress see her movie roles drop, with Tim turning to a new leading lady in the future? We are sure that Tim will now look at other actresses for his movies, so there will definitely be a few roles that Helena will miss out on in the future.
Tim Burton cast Helena Bonham Carter in the 2001 movie Planet of the Apes, with the couple then teaming up again for the 2001 film Big Fish. Following that, Helena appeared in the 2004 Tim Burton movie Lemony Snicket's: A Series of Unfortunate Events, as well as the 2005 stop-motion animated movie Corpse Bride.
The next movie that we saw Helena Bonham Carter and Tim Burton work on together, was the 2005 movie Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, before then working on the 2007 film Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. In 2010, we saw the couple team up again for the movie Alice in Wonderland, and then in 2012 they worked on the film Dark Shadows.
Finally, we will next see Helena Bonham Carter reprising her role as the Red Queen in the upcoming Tim Burton movie sequel Alice in Wonderland: Through the Looking Glass, which finished principal photography in October 2014 and has a release date set for May 27, 2016. It will be the last movie that Tim Burton and Helena Bonham Carter worked on together as a couple.
While we expect to see Tim Burton now turning to other actresses to star in his movies, Helena Bonham Carter is still a hugely talented star and will still land plenty of interesting and exciting roles in the future.