Lucy Boynton exudes sophistication in a ruffled lace navy dress as she attends a screening of The Pale Blue Eye at the Ham Yard Hotel
She is known for her sophisticated sense of style.
And Lucy Boynton once again cut a chic figure as she attended a special screening and Q&A for The Pale Blue Eye at London’s Ham Yard Hotel on Thursday.
The 28-year-old actress opted for a sheer ruffled navy dress as she joined her co-stars Christian Bale and Gillian Anderson at the event.
Nice to watch! Lucy Boynton cut a chic figure again as she attended a special screening and Q&A for The Pale Blue Eye at the Ham Yard Hotel in London on Thursday
Showcasing her flawless beauty, Lucy channeled the 1920s in a dark blue dress with a ruffled lace effect and vintage-inspired leather neckline.
The Bohemian Rhapsody star’s dress featured a pretty bow and maxi skirt as she posed for snaps at the event.
Completing her look, Lucy swept her strawberry blonde tresses into a simple bun.
Flawless: The actress opted for a sheer ruffled navy dress as she joined co-stars Christian Bale and Gillian Anderson at the event
Perfect: Lucy channeled the 1920s in a dark blue dress with a ruffled lace effect and vintage-inspired leather neckline as she posed with co-star Harry Melling
Glam: Gillian wore a simple dark blue midi dress with a long ruffled skirt and strappy heels
Chic: The Sex Education star beamed posing for pictures at the event to promote the film’s release next month
Also in attendance was the film’s central star Christian, who cut a relaxed figure in a navy ensemble.
Gillian also donned a simple navy ruffled maxi dress as she joined her co-stars for the screening.
The Pale Blue Eye will follow Christian’s world-weary detective as he is hired to investigate the murder of a West Pont cadet, bringing in famed fiction writer Edgar Allan Poe.
Relaxed: Also in attendance was the film’s central star Christian, who cut a relaxed figure in a navy ensemble
Here they are! The actors (LR Christian, Harry, Timothy, Lucy and Gillian) all created a storm together at the event
Drama: The Pale Blue Eye will follow Christian’s detective as he is hired to investigate the murder of a West Pont cadet, bringing in famed fiction writer Edgar Allan Poe
Christian’s next film sees him lead an all-star cast with Gillian Anderson, Robert Duvall and Timothy Spall.
The new horror movie hits select theaters on December 23, before releasing exclusively on Netflix the following month.
The Pale Blue Eye is the latest in a long line of films to be funded and released by the streaming service, as the highly anticipated Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery hits theaters later in November before airing in December. .
The upcoming film will be the third collaboration between Christian and director Scott Cooper.
Co-stars! Christian was joined by fellow guest Louis Partridge for the film’s pre-release event
Suave: Star Timothy also looked sharp in a navy three-piece set
Back together: Christian and Scott Cooper previously collaborated on Out of the Furnace in 2013 and Western Hostiles in 2017
Christian and Scott first collaborated in Out of the Furnace (2013) before working together for the second time as Christian starred alongside Rosamund Pike and Wes Studi in the western Hostiles (2017).
The release of The Pale Blue Eye comes just weeks after Christian’s previous film, Amsterdam, bombed at the box office.
David O. Russell’s star-studded film starring Margot Robbie and Rami Malek earned just $28 million at the worldwide box office on an $80 million budget.
Despite the star power, audiences failed to turn out in droves in the opening week, with a paltry US per-screen average of $2,163, for one of the worst debuts of the career of director of Russell.
Lucy is also set to play Marie Antoinette in Chevalier, which had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival last month and is set to hit theaters on April 7, 2023.
The actress is also coming off a pair of miniseries; The Ipcress file and why didn’t they ask Evans?
Insightful: Before the screening, the stars of the film took the stage to discuss the film