British actress Helena Bonham-CARTER was shocked her three-line appearance in the forthcoming Harry Potter movie took six weeks to film. The star, who plays character Bellatrix Lestrange in Harry Potter and the Order of The Phoenix, admits the excessive waiting time was frustrating as she had such a small part. She says, "I had five lines in that. I think they cut three of them - and I was there for six weeks. "I don't know quite how, still, to this day, I was there for that long. It really is 90 per cent waiting. I mean, nice waiting - waiting's OK if you have a nice trailer. And Bonham-Carter insists that while it was an enjoyable experience working alongside veteran UK stars Alan Rickman, Richard Griffiths and Gary Oldman on the movie, it wasn't a career-defining moment. She explains, "It's like a rest home for British Equity, and we're all lying around and chatting. You can't look to huge job satisfaction, but it's nice to be part of it."