Lucrezia Millarini spoke to actor Jai Courtney at the premiere of 'A Good Day To Die Hard' in Leicester Square. He plays the son of cop John McClane, played by Bruce Willis, in the latest Die Hard blockbuster.
Martin Freeman talks compliments from Sir Peter Jackson, starring as Bilbo Baggins and hobbit feet at the UK premiere of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey at London's Leicester Square:
The movie is an epic fantasy-adventure film directed, co-written and produced by Peter Jackson and based on J. R. R. Tolkien's novel The Hobbit.
They'vewaited almost a decade and now fans of Middle Earth are just hours away from their next fix of Wizards, trolls and (of course) Hobbits!
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Adventure is the highly-anticipated prequel to the Lord of The Rings trilogy and premieres in Leicester Square this evening ahead of its UK release tomorrow.
Unlike it's predecessors this film is in 3D. Director Peter Jackson also uses a 48 frames per second format which has divided the critics.
We'll be live on the red carpet with London actor Martin Freeman who plays the lead character Bilbo Baggins. The rest of the cast will also be braving the cold, including Sir Ian McKellan, Andy Serkis and Cate Blanchett who are back as Gandalf, Gollum and Galadriel, respectively.
You can see this exclusive look into the mind of the man behind Bilbo on our programme from 6pm tonight.
The Duchess of Cambridge will not be attending the UK Premiere of "The Hobbit" tonight, as she is still recovering from acute morning sickness.
Her husband William, however, is expected to walk the red carpet in Leicester Square with the stars of the film, including Martin Freeman, Sir Ian McKellen and Cate Blanchett.
The premiere of the first film in The Hobbit trilogy is being held in Leicester Square tonight. The movie which is subtitled An Unexpected Journey stars Martin Freeman and Sir Ian McKellen.
The Spice Girls were the star attraction at the launch of the new musical Viva Forever which is based on their music. It's being staged at the Piccadilly Theatre in the West End and was written by the comedian Jennifer Saunders.
The Rolling Stones turned up at the premiere of a new documentary film about the band in Leicester Square this evening. 'Crossfire Hurricane' is being shown as part of the London Film Festival. They were joined on the red carpet by former member Bill Wyman.
The premiere of The Hunger Games was held at the O2 this evening. The film is based on a best-selling book by Suzanne Collins where teenagers are forced to fight to the death on live television. Lucrezia Millarini spoke to the producer Nina Jacobson.