TV and Showbiz / 13-10-2019

Andrea Riseborough dazzles in a plunging silver gown for The Irishman premiere

She's been keeping busy filming for her upcoming films Grudge, Possessor and Louis Wain.

Yet Andrea Riseborough found a moment of free time to attend the London premiere of  The Irishman at the Odeon Luxe in Leicester Square on Sunday. 

The stunning actress, 37, looked every inch the English rose as she graced the red carpet on the evening. 

Andrea Riseborough dazzles in a plunging silver gown for The Irishman premiere

Busy: Andrea Riseborough found a moment of free time to attend the London premiere of The Irishman at the Odeon Luxe in Leicester Square on Sunday

Andrea was dressed to impress for the night as she slipped into a shimmering silver gown with a low-cut neckline. 

Adding to the glamour, the fishtail dress featured swathes of grey mesh that flared out behind her on the red carpet. 

Andrea completed the look by styling her ice blonde locks in a chic chignon bun and painting her lips a bold style of scarlet.  


Dressed to impress: The stunning actress, 37, looked every inch the English rose as she graced the red carpet on the evening

Turning heads: Andrea was dressed to impress for the night as she slipped into a shimmering silver gown with a low-cut neckline

Although she is currently working on several projects, Andrea will next be seen on screens in ZeroZeroZero. 

Adapted from the book by Roberto Saviano, the upcoming eight-part series - set to premiere next year - follows the fight for control over the cocaine trade between the Americas to Europe.

Andrea has teamed up with the likes of Dane DeHaan and Gabriel Byrne in the series, which Amazon is selling in the US and Spain, and StudioCanal is selling internationally.

It's all in the details: Adding to the glamour, the fishtail dress featured swathes of grey mesh that flared out behind her on the red carpet

Meanwhile, The Irishman, which hits UK screens on November 8, is the latest gangster film from celebrated director Martin Scorsese. 

The film is the ninth feature collaboration between Robert De Niro and filmmaker Martin and their first since Casino in 1995.

In the movie, Robert portrays the role of Sheeran, a mafia hitman and high-ranking Teamster official.

Though the film's genre and cast has led some to expect a gangster thriller in the mould of GoodFellas or Casino, The Irishman is a more reflective, less flashy rumination on morality, violence and American power.

Blonde bombshell: Andrea completed the look by styling her ice blonde locks in a chic chignon bun and painting her lips a bold style of scarlet

 

 



13-10-2019 20:00, source: dailymail, by James Foster
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