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Paddington premiere in Leicester Square

Hugh Bonneville is one of the stars of the new Paddington film Credit: http://www.paddington.com/gb/the-movie/

New film Paddington will have its world premiere in the capital this afternoon, after it was controversially given a PG rating for sexual references and dangerous behavior.

Stars will be at the Odeon Leicester Square for the first showing of the movie, which follows the comic misadventures of Paddington, who travels to London in search of a home.

Ben Whishaw voices the Peruvian bear in the live-action film, which also stars Hugh Bonneville, Peter Capaldi, Julie Walters and Nicole Kidman.

ITV London will be at the premiere. Don't miss Helen Plint's report at 6.30pm on ITV1.

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Harvey Weinstein: You never get tired of movies

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Sir Alan Parker awarded Bafta Fellowship

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He said: "When you're halfway through your first film you're sure it's going to be your last then you blink and 40 years have gone by and you've made 14 films."

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