Guest writer Briggon Snow reports from the red carpet in LA, where Bond alumni Pierce Brosnan and Olga Kurylenko celebrated release of their new picture
Hollywood Boulevard was lined with fans Wednesday night anticipating the arrivals for the world premiere of "The November Man" at the famed Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. The red carpet leading west down the boulevard and into the plaza entrance of the theatre cushioned the footsteps of the cast of the soon to be release action-spy-thriller.
Pierce Brosnan arrived to roars from the onlooking crowd and press. The ex James Bond actor posed for photos with his sons Dylan and Paris before walking across the street to greet and sign autographs for fans who had been patiently waiting in the hot LA sun since earlier that afternoon. Olga Kurylenko, a recent veteran of the Bond films with "Quantum of Solace", arrived beaming with her parents.
Director Roger Donaldson, having last collaborated with Brosnan in the 90's "Dante's Peak", arrived and posed for press photos with his cast. Other stars is attendance were Ben Kingsley, Martin Campbell, Simon Baker and Ed Begley Jr.
The arrivals were electric, and the excitement continued through the screening and late into the night at the small after party at Soho House.
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