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The Red Carpet

Last night London celebrated the American Airlines BFI London Film Festival Gala screening of GRAVITY, which is released nationwide on 7th November.  With lead actress Academy Award® winner Sandra Bullock, director Oscar® nominee Alfonso Cuarón, producer David Heyman and Oscar®-nominated visual effects supervisor Tim Webber all in attendance.

It is an incredible film that I cannot recommend hightly enough! Cheacl out our review, and book your tickets for November 7th!

Sandra Bullock on the red carpet

Last night the stars hit the red carpet for the UK Premiere of this Christmas' hotly anticipated masterpiece based on Yann Martel's novel, Life of Pi

London's Leicester Square saw Academy Award winning director Ang Lee out to take a bow for his incredible accomplishment, celebrating with stars Rafe Spall (Prometheus), Irrfan Khan (Slumdog Millionaire), Gérard Depardieu (Last Holiday) and the fabulous newcomer Suraj Sharma.

Ang Lee

Last night Cinema Scoop hit the red carpet alongside the stars attending the BFI London Film Festival screening of Ben Affleck’s newest directorial venture Argo. Having already gained massive critical acclaim for his latest film Argo- Ben Affleck (who is also the lead man) made his way along with other cast members Bryan Cranston and John Goodman to The Sanderson Hotel in Soho to continue the celebrations after the screening at a bash sponsored by CIROC Ultra-Premium Vodka.

Bryan Cranston, Ben Affleck and John Goodman

Last night Cinema Scoop donned their high heels to walk the red carpet once again for the London Film Festival for Brit Flick Song For Marion.

Star Gemma Arterton looked every inch a film star in a black jacket style dress paired with beige Prada wedges. When speaking about what drew her to this film Gemma said "I was working on a violent badass film when I discovered this script and I thought it was beautiful."

Sir Terrence Stamp and Gemma Arterton on the LFF Song For Marion Red carpet
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