The Venice Film Festival continues to delight moviegoers and fans of social events with premieres. So, yesterday in the main competition were presented films “Spencer: The Secret of Princess Diana” and “The Lost Daughter”, and Kristen Stewart, Dakota Johnson, Olivia Coleman, Alessandro Michele and other stars appeared on the red carpet.
The greatest excitement was caused by the premiere of the film “Spencer” by Pablo Larrain about several days in the life of the late Princess Diana, played by Kristen Stewart. The plot focuses on three days of Christmas holidays that Diana spends with the royal family in Sandringham – a time when she reimagines her life, her marriage to Prince Charles, her role in the royal family …
Pablo Larrain and Kristen Stewart
Kristen Stewart and the Spencer Film Crew
Kristen Stewart, contrary to stereotypes about herself, willingly posed for journalists – either on the photocall or on the red carpet, fooling around in front of the cameras and smiling radiantly. Alas, her girlfriend and potential bride did not keep her company at the festival, but this did not affect the mood of the actress.
The star of the next film in our collection – “The Lost Daughter” – Dakota Johnson also posed for photographers alone (except for the film team and designer Alessandro Michele). However, she and Chris Martin, it seems, do not seek to display their relationship in public space.
Alessandro Michele and Dakota Johnson
Olivia Coleman, Dakota Johnson and Maggie Gyllenhaal
At the Venice Festival, the star of the BDSM trilogy “Fifty Shades of Gray” arrived to present the film “The Lost Daughter”, in which she played the main role. This film is the directorial debut of actress Maggie Gyllenhaal, so it is not surprising that Maggie's brother, Jake Gyllenhaal, supported her at the festival premiere. Together, they do not appear in public as often as the photographers would like, and the reporters had a rare chance to make cute shots, because both did not skimp on hugs and touching glances.
Maggie and Jake Gyllenhaal
The film “The Lost Daughter” is based on the novel of the same name by the famous Italian writer Helena Ferrante (although until now no one knows for sure who is hiding under this name). In the center of the plot is a college professor (Olivia Colman), who comes on vacation to Greece on a secluded island and encounters an unimaginably noisy American family there. And new circumstances force her to rethink her life.
Dakota Johnson and Maggie Gyllenhaal
Olivia Colman and Dakota Johnson
Dakota Johnson and Luca Guadagnino