A trans-Atlantic influx of Hollywood's finest descended upon London Sunday night, accompanied by rain, sleet and snow, for the annual British Academy Film Awards.
Arnold Schwarzenegger was back, and sticking around a freezing Leicester Square in London for the European preem of Lionsgate's "The Last Stand" on Jan. 22.
Twenty-four hours prior to a proposed Brit blizzard, the crew of Paramount's "Flight" safely touched down for Thursday's U.K. take-off.
Quentin Tarantino donned his thermals Thursday, for the chilly U.K. bow of the Weinstein Co.'s "Django Unchained" at Leicester Square's Empire.
The threat of a little snow could hardly hurt the world premiere of Universal's "Les Miserables" Dec. 5 at Leicester Square's Odeon.
Officials were battening down the Leicester Square hatches on Nov. 14, for the final vampire vendetta of Summit's "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn 2."
The con was on for the Nov. 7 world preem of "Gambit" at Leicester Square's Empire in London.
Helen Hunt and John Hawkes stepped out onto London's Leicester Square red carpet, exposing surprisingly little flesh for the Oct. 16 preem of Fox Searchlight's "The Sessions."
Tackling Olympic road closures, in the rain, without the Bat Signal to guide you doesn't faze a true Londoner like Christopher Nolan, who obviously would and could do anything for the Euro bow of…
The crew of "Prometheus" landed Thursday evening, disembarking in London's Leicester Square for Fox's primary Earth bow.
The good guys dress in black, remember that, with the exception of Darth Vader.