Stars Come Out for "Saving Mr. Banks"
Attracting Hollywood’s finest today (October 19), the biggest names in the business attended the long-awaited premiere of the biography/comedy/drama, “Saving Mr. Banks” at the 57th BFI London Film Festival.
“Brave’s” Emma Thompson and legendary actor, producer, writer and director, Tom Hanks took a few photos together, walking down the red carpet. Thompson, playing the film’s own P. L. Travers wore a lovely tree-patterned blouse with a black skirt. Hanks, as the movie’s adaptation of Walt Disney, stood beside her smiling in a stylish black suit and tie.
“Miami Vice’s” Colin Farrell also made an appearance on the red carpet, showing up in a dashing gray three-piece suit, and taking a few pictures with the cast.
“Pitch Perfect’s” Lily Allen appeared as well, sporting lovely yellow fingernails and a black and white frilly dress that hit the floor. She held a white and blue clutch, all smiles for the cameras and fans.
According to the synopsis, “Author P. L. Travers reflects on her difficult childhood while meeting with filmmaker Walt Disney during production for the adaptation of her novel, Mary Poppins.”