Ryan Gosling will be promoting his directorial debut Lost River in London next month.
It looks like London will be welcoming the cast and crew of the Hunger Games fiom’s one final time this November.
British acting legends Dame Judi Dench and Dame Maggie Smith will walk the red carpet at the world premiere of The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel in London on February 17.
The acting Dames will be joined by co-stars Richard Gere, Celia Imrie and Ronald Pickup as well as members of the royal family for the event which is this year’s Royal Film Performance.
Here’s a behind the scenes video featuring interviews with the cast including both of the Dames and Richard Gere: http://youtu.be/IGZ5xqAfIa4
Oscar nominee Julianne Moore will be discussing her film at a special screening in London next month.
The actress, who is the favourite to walk away with the Best Actress Academy Award, will promote Still Alice at a special screening at the Curzon Chelsea on February 6.
That’s the Friday before the BAFTA’s so I think it pretty much guarantees Moore will be attending the awards on February 8.
The Hobbit star Aidan Turner will attend a special preview of his new BBC drama series Poldark next month.
Turner will join co-star Eleanor Tomlinson at the screening at the BFI Southbank on February 23.
Tickets go on sale to the public at 11.30am on January 20.
The series is set in Britain in 1783 as Ross Poldark (Turner) returns from the American War of Independence to his beloved Cornwall to find his world in ruins: his father dead, the family mine long since closed, his house wrecked and his sweetheart pledged to marry his cousin.
Alicia Vikander will attend a special screening of her new film Testament of Youth at the BFI Southbank on Monday January 12.
Colin Firth will be joined by Take That at the premiere of his new film Kingsman: The Secret Service on Wednesday January 14.
Johnny Depp will walk the red carpet in London on January 19 for the UK premiere of his new film, Mortdecai. He’ll be joined at the premiere by co-star Paul Bettany and the film’s director David Koepp. The premiere takes place at the Empire Leicester Square.
Jeremy Irvine and Phoebe Fox will attend a screening of the new film The Woman in Black: Angel of Death at the BFI.
The screening takes place on December 11.
The new film is set 40 years after the events of The Woman in Black, with Eel Marsh House acting as a school for children during the Second World War.
Meanwhile Steve Pemberton and Miranda Richardson will be at the BFI on December 10 for the screening of their drama, Mapp and Lucia.
The BBC drama, which is due to be shown over Christmas, also features Anna Chancellor and Mark Gatiss.