Julia Roberts is the most beautiful woman in town wearing a thigh-length minidress and dazzling silver shoes
On Wednesday night, Julia Roberts embodied the definition of a beautiful woman as she attended the UK premiere of the recently released film Leave The World Behind in London.
The 56-year-old Oscar-winning actress warmed up the crowd outside Curzon Mayfair on a chilly London night by showing off her thigh-skimming miniskirt and stunning silver embellished heels.
As she entered the venue, a diamond-encrusted necklace matched her unique shoes and a powder pink double-breasted blazer completed the ensemble.
At Curzon Mayfair, Roberts was accompanied by director Sam Esmail and co-star Myha’la Herrold in anticipation of the psychological thriller’s December 8 official UK release.
However, Mahershala Ali, Ethan Hawke, and Kevin Bacon—her co-producer for the most recent film—were not present.
Roberts claims that her new movie, a multi-layered thriller about a disaster, gave her the opportunity to play a very different character from herself.
Based on Rumaan Alam’s best-selling novel of the same name, Mr. Robot is a film written and directed by Esmail, with executive production from former US President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama.
In it, Roberts’s character Amanda, along with her spouse and two kids, embark on an unplanned vacation in a tiny Long Island town.
When a man and his daughter (Mahershala Ali and Myha’la Herrold) show up on their doorstep claiming to be the owners of the upscale home and asking to stay the night, their getaway is cut short.
Strange things begin to happen around the two families as tension between them grows, and they find themselves living under one roof while attempting to make sense of the mayhem outside.
In every scene, there are approximately seventeen and a half things happening at once for each individual.
At the film’s Wednesday London premiere, Roberts told Reuters, “It was just all the layers of the people and the circumstances.”
The actress from Hollywood loved the challenge of portraying Amanda, the cynical advertising director.
The idea was to portray a character who is somewhat prickly and suspicious by nature—something that is not my style—while still managing to make her likeable and relatable.