Wow, what a glamorous evening. In keeping with the typical English rain, the James Bond No Time To Die premiere took place in London.
At such film premieres, it is common for superstars to appear on the red carpet. No question.
THE GUESTS OF THE JAMES BOND NO TIME TO DIE PREMIERE
Director and screenplay writer Cary Joji Fukunaga was of course also present.
At the No Time to Die Premiere, the Briton retired from active service as James Bond in a berry-hued velvet jacket by Anderson and Shepherd. Henry Poole designed the black trousers. Like others on this evening, he wore an Omega watch.
After Tracy (and thus 52 years), Madeleine Swann is the first woman who has entered James Bond’s life permanently. And the wonderful French actress Léa Sedoux has also been a testimonial of the Louis Vuitton brand for a long time. So it was not surprising that she appeared at the No Time To Die premiere in a dreamy white robe by Louis Vuitton. The jewelry came from Chopard.
ANA DE ARMAS
We know Ana de Armas from Blade Runner and Knives Out. In the latter movie, she already showed us her great talent at Daniel Craig’s side. At the No Time To Die premiere, the enchanting Cuban-Spanish actress also appears in Louis Vuitton. The silky black dress is reminiscent of what she wears in the film. She also complimented it with jewelry from Chopard.
In James Bond, the British actress plays the first black female 00-agent in Her Majesty’s Secret Service. On the red carpet at the No Time To Die premiere, she appeared in a yellow and black gown by Vivienne Westwood. The jewelry came from Ara Vartanian, Jessica McCormack, and Shaun Leane.
The beautiful English actress shone in dreamy white. A delicate chain that adorned Naomi’s hair complemented the Michael Kors column dress.
Jason Momoa (Aqua Man) & Rami Malek (Lyutsifer Safin)
Rami Malek plays the nasty villain Safin in No Time To Die. At the premiere, he met his buddy Jason Momoa. We know him from the movie Aqua Man.
Dame Judi Dench
The grand Dame Judi Dench performed M, the head of the MI6, for years. Thereby, the likable Lady always stood up to James Bond (Pierce Brosnan).