Talulah Riley and her beau Thomas Brodie-Sangster looked beloved as they attended the UK premiere of their new Sex Pistols drama Pistol on Monday.
Thomas, 31, who plays music director Malcolm McLaren in the drama, looked dapper in a striped suit and black top as he stood arm in arm with Talulah, 36, who is the ex -wife of Tesla billionaire Elon Musk, 50.
Talulah, who plays fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, brought the glamor in a strapless black PVC dress, paired with stiletto heels.
Fun: Talulah Riley and her beau Thomas Brodie-Sangster looked loved up as they attended the UK premiere of their new drama Sex Pistols Pistol on Monday
She opted for gothic makeup and slicked back locks.
They began dating while filming over the summer and their relationship went undetected until The Mail on Sunday learned that Talulah’s previous romance with Matthew Rice had come to an abrupt end.
“Talulah and Matthew have been together for a long time, but it seems the romance was dropped to make room for Thomas,” a source said.
“Talulah was dating Matthew until spring, and he’s still a bit shocked and saddened that it all ended between them.”
Couple: Thomas, 31, who plays music director Malcolm McLaren in the drama, looked dapper in a striped suit and black top as he stood arm in arm with Talulah, 36, who is the ex-wife of Tesla billionaire Elon Musk, 50
Dapper: The star embodied her rock persona in the stylish look
Iconic: Thomas plays svengali music Malcolm McLaren in the drama (pictured R)
Matthew confirmed the split when approached, saying, “She’s a wonderful, amazing girl, she’s utterly gorgeous.” Whoever gets to be with her, whether famous or not, is a lucky man.
“It’s such a shame that it ended. I was so lucky to be in his presence for a bit. It was on and off for a long time and it finally ended without any arguments. We are still friends but we are no longer in regular contact.
She married £180bn PayPal and Tesla tycoon Elon in 2010. They divorced two years later, remarried in 2013 and separated again in 2016.
At the time, Elon said, “We took time off for several months to see if absence makes the heart grow fonder, and sadly it doesn’t.”
The Diminutive Thomas star has been on the rise since her acclaimed role in Netflix chess drama The Queen’s Gambit in 2020.
Based on Steve Jones’ 2018 memoir Lonely Boy: Tales from a Sex Pistol, the Oscar-winning series from Boyle, who also serves as executive producer and director, was created by Craig Pearce and written by Pearce and Frank Cottrell. Boyce.
In a statement confirming the series last January, Nick Grad, President, Original Programming, FX Entertainment, said, “It’s great to be back in business with Danny Boyle, an exceptional artist responsible for so many great feature films. and television series.
“Steve Jones was at the center of the storm that rocked the rock establishment and we’re thrilled to have Danny and the rest of the creative team tell his story as a member of one of music’s most notorious bands – the Sex Pistols.”
Boyle added: ‘Imagine stepping into the world of The Crown and Downton Abbey with your friends and shouting your songs and your fury against all they stand for. This is the moment when British society and culture changed forever.
“It was the tipping point of British street culture… where ordinary young people took the stage and exhaled their fury and their fashion… and everyone had to watch and listen… and everyone feared them or followed them.”
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Coming soon: Fans got a taste of what to expect from Pistol, a six-part drama set to air on digital channel FX later this year.
“The Sex Pistols. At its center was a charming young illiterate kleptomaniac – a hero for the times – Steve Jones, who became in his own words, the 94th greatest guitarist of all time. That’s how he got there.
Steeped in the Jones memoir, which offers a fascinating new perspective on one of rock’s greatest stories, Pistol moves from the townships of West London to Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren’s famous Kings Road SEX store, to the international controversy that accompanied the release of Never Mind the B*llocks.
Their single God Save the Queen was banned by the BBC and reached number 1 on the UK’s NME chart, but appeared at number 2 on the official UK singles chart, leading to accusations that the song had been voluntarily excluded from the first place.
Boyle had an acclaimed television and film career. His 2008 film Slumdog Millionaire was nominated for ten Oscars and won eight, including Best Director.
His new series will also star Louis Partridge as Sid Vicious, Christian Lees as Glen Matlock, Anson Boon as Johnny Rotten and Emma Appleton as Nancy Spungen.
Pistol is set to release on FX in the US and Disny+ in the UK on May 31.
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Uncanny: Louis Partridge, left in character, and bassist Sid Vicious, pictured right in 1978
Wow: Anson Boon, pictured left in character, and Johnny Rotten, pictured right, in 1976
Character: Toby Wallace, left in character, and guitarist Steve Jones, pictured right in 1978
Role: Jacob Slater, left in character, and drummer Paul Cook, pictured right in 1978
Photos released from the set of Pistol show actress Emma Appleton, who plays Nancy, arm in arm with the actor playing guitarist Steve Jones (left). Jones claims to have had sex with Nancy, but it is for her relationship with Sid (just in 1978) that she will be forever remembered.
Exciting: Iris Law (L) will follow in her father Jude’s acting footsteps by making her screen debut as Soo Catwoman (R) in the drama Sex Pistols
The man behind the group: Thomas Brodie-Sangster (L) is set to take on the role of Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren (pictured right in 1978)
Actress Sydney Chandler (left) plays rocker Chrissie Hynde (right)