Just happened to be in the area with my Fuji snap camera which was handy and stumbled upon the “Now is Good” premiere taking place in Curzon Street Mayfair so joined the crowds. A smallish event held at the Curzon Cinema but these can often be good. Crowds about 1-2 deep and about 50 or 60 people.
This has to be the only premiere that I have been too that has had Black Cabs in the middle of it, Bin lorries emptying bins just outside 5 minutes before the event and an evening rush hour going right through the middle of it not giving a damn. Totally bizarre but fun event?
The main stars were Jeremy Irvine and Dakota Fanning who were present at the event but with the traffic chaos at this event it was difficult to get a shot, there she is…no van in the way, hang here she is no black cab blocking the view. See our Tumblr later today for a reject from the back shot of Dakota Fanning after which I promptly gave up and went home. A disastrous photo session!
Photo above is Olivia Williams, a Camden, London born actress who plays the mother in this film Now is Good
She’s also been associated with films such as X-Men: The Last Stand and The sixth Sense with the more recent roles being Anna Karenina where she plays Countess Vronskaya and lead names in this film include Keira Knightley, Jude Law, and Aaron Taylor-Johnson..
Camera: Fuji S602 3MP
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