Pulling off The Impossible: Naomi Watts looks every inch the Hollywood superstar in daring gown at film premiere

Pulling off The Impossible: Smiling Naomi Watts looks every inch the Hollywood superstar in daring gown at film premiere | UPDATED: 21:36 GMT, 19 November 2012 She's currently playing the lead role in a biopic of Lady Diana Spencer, so it was unsurispring to see Naomi Watts pull off a gentle Royal wave as she walked the red carpet on Monday night. However, it was more surprising to see acres of flesh revealed by the subtle movement of her arm as the actress pulled off one of her most daring fashion choices to date. Australian Naomi was at the UK premiere of her new film The Impossible at the IMAX cinema in London when her bold dress made itself known.

My Brother The Devil review: Brotherly love turns this tale of London"s hoodies devilishly good

Brotherly love turns this tale of London's hoodies devilishly good | UPDATED: 08:20 GMT, 9 November 2012 MY BROTHER THE DEVIL (15) Verdict: Huggable hoodies My Brother The Devil is a very promising debut by Sally El Hosaini — who’s from Welsh-Egyptian stock — with an eye-catching central performance by James Floyd, also of mixed British parentage. It tells the story of two Anglo-Egyptian teenage brothers growing up on a high-rise council estate in Hackney, East London. These young and relatively huggable hoodies encounter lots of things familiar in dozens of other British movies: gangs, the lure of peddling drugs, unemployment.

Brotherly love turns this tale of London"s hoodies devilishly good

Brotherly love turns this tale of London's hoodies devilishly good | UPDATED: 00:28 GMT, 9 November 2012 MY BROTHER THE DEVIL (15) Verdict: Huggable hoodies My Brother The Devil is a very promising debut by Sally El Hosaini — who’s from Welsh-Egyptian stock — with an eye-catching central performance by James Floyd, also of mixed British parentage.

Blooming Fearne Cotton shows support for her baby"s future grandfather at his Rolling Stones premiere

Blooming Fearne Cotton shows support for her baby's future grandfather at his Rolling Stones premiere | UPDATED: 01:00 GMT, 19 October 2012 Fearne Cotton looked blooming beautiful in a floral dress at the premiere of The Rolling Stones documentary Crossfire Hurricane. The 31-year-old radio and TV star showed off her huge baby bump while on the red carpet at the event at Leicester Square's Odeon Cinema

BFI London Film Festival 2012: Antonia Campbell-Hughes displays her VERY gaunt frame in a sheer dress

Taking method acting too far: Kampusch actress Antonia Campbell-Hughes models VERY gaunt frame in sheer dress at London Film Festival | UPDATED: 00:27 GMT, 11 October 2012 Her latest role sees her play Austrian Natascha Kampusch who was held in captivity for eight years, and Antonia Campbell-Hughes has certainly taken the job seriously. The 30-year-old actress arrived at the film premiere of Frankenweenie on Wednesday night showing off a very gaunt and fragile figure. Despite her drastic weight loss being down to method acting, Antonia opted against keeping her bony body covered up and instead appeared to be embracing it.

Benedict Cumberbatch and Liv Tyler spark dating rumours after cinema outing

Sherlock Holmes and the case of a new romance Benedict Cumberbatch and Liv Tyler spark dating rumours after cinema outing | UPDATED: 17:19 GMT, 26 September 2012 They're rumoured to be starring alongside each other in upcoming independent movie Phoenix. But it seems that Benedict Cumberbatch and Liv Tyler could be more than just co-stars, as the pair were seen enjoying a cinema date in Hollywood on Tuesday night. While the pair attempted to keep their distance as they strolled out of the Arclight Cinema, they both appeared to be in good spirits following the movie

And this year"s Oscar won"t be going to… cheesy and clichd Untouchable

And this year's Oscar won't be going to… cheesy and clichd Untouchable | UPDATED: 23:46 GMT, 20 September 2012 UNTOUCHABLE (15) Verdict: Too much fromage Having charmed global audiences with Oscar winner The Artist, movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is hoping to strike gold again with his latest investment in French cinema.

The Sweeney film review: Ray Winstone"s Sweeney isn"t much cop

CHRIS TOOKEY: The Sweeney: An idiot plot mean Winstone's Sweeney isn't much cop | UPDATED: 09:04 GMT, 14 September 2012 The Sweeney (15) Verdict: Shut it! Nick Love, the destitute man’s Guy Ritchie, prides himself on being the hard man of British cinema with a long series of cliched, simplistic films glamorising gangsters, crime and hooliganism. Here he turns his evidently limited attention span to updating the Seventies TV hit The Sweeney to the 21st century

Chandeliers for dogs and champagne fridges in the walk-in wardrobe are must-haves for residents of Marbella

Who would live in a house like this babes Chandeliers for dogs and champagne fridges in the walk-in wardrobe are must-haves for the super rich residents of Marbella | UPDATED: 14:25 GMT, 10 September 2012 With 300 days of sunshine a year, 26km of sunny Mediterranean beaches, stunning views, and an expat community of over 300,000, it is no wonder that Marbella is the place where so many Britons aspire to own property. And ever since The Only Way Is Essex shipped it's gang of fake-tanoholics from Sugar Hut to the Ocean Club for the series special of The Only Way is Marbs, Marbella became the hottest holiday destination faster than Joey Essex said 'reem'.

A flaming travesty: Why was a British hero dubbed the Mighty Atom denied the ultimate accolade in 1948?

A flaming travesty: Why was a British hero – dubbed the Mighty Atom – denied the ultimate accolade in 1948 | UPDATED: 21:56 GMT, 27 July 2012 To the British public after the Second World War, Sydney Wooderson was a hero.