Nicole Kidman shone in the center of attention during the debut of The Killing of a Sacred Deer on Thursday. The Aussie artist has walked the honorary route from the screening of Yorgos Lanthimos’ Shock Spine Chiller to the Film Odeon in Leicester Square, held as part of the 2017 BFI London Film Festival. Demonstrating her flair for design once again, Nicole opted for a silver sequined strapless outfit from Prada for the occasion, with the dress featuring delicate gold and silver beads hanging from the shoulders. The 50-year-old, who portrays the personality of Anna Murphy in the film, adorned in glittering silver high heels and piled on the gems – ending her gathering with thin hoops of luminaries, a stack of gemstone rings and a silver arm band.’

In The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Colin Farrell takes on the lead role of Steven, an attractive specialist, who is forced to do unfathomable penance after his life begins to fall apart. The Irish entertainer also took the honorary route and decided to prepare with exemplary dark clothes and a white shirt. Young actors from the film also ventured out for the slam, including rising star Barry Keoghan, who wore a savvy dark suit. While Raffey Cassidy offered a fashion statement in a designed blue and green shift dress which she coordinated with dark patent leg boots. In the meantime, artist Emma Stone has also come forward on the occasion. The artist, who is currently presenting her realistic dramatization Battle of the Sexes, in which she plays tennis star Billie Jean King, wowed the group by brandishing a dark jumpsuit with disturbing details by Givenchy. Emma polished off her look with embellishments by Repossi and pointed dark high heels, and flaunted her fair hair in a sleek bun hairstyle.

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