October 11th, 2015
We're up to day... uh... five? six? of BFI London Film Festival now, and today is Sunday which ordinarily might have seen me disinclined to make the trip into London for a mere second weekend premiere in two days. However this was a Johnny Depp + Benedict Cumberbatch premiere... surely something worth attending. Even if the realities of webite hits suggest 1x Hiddleston premiere is much greater than probably 8x (Depp + Cumberbatch) for some reason.
Here's how it went down:
Anyway, with all (ie. one major) distractions off the red carpet.. probably time to photograph the people from the movie itself. (While (obviously) keeping a weather eye on the Odeon Leicester Square entrance to see if Amber Heard fancied rejoining festivities)
So... that's a fourth premiere in as many days, starting with Trumbo (with Bryan Cranston, Helen Mirren and John Goodman), then the insanity of High-Rise (with Tom Hiddleston, Sienna Miller, Sienna Guillory and the lovely Elisabeth Moss), and yesterday's low-key 'The Program' (with Ben Foster and Chris O'Dowd and director Stephen Frears and his tie). And there's still a week to go!
Until next time!