The stars of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 lined up in central London tonight for the film's world premiere.
Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone and Jamie Foxx were joined by director Marc Webb in Leicester Square.
Ahead of the premiere Garfield, who plays Peter Parker, said he was very pleased to be in the city where his mother was born.
"I'm delighted to see the world premiere of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 take place in my home town. I can't wait to present this movie to audiences across the UK," he said.
The trailer for the reboot of Broadway smash Annie has been released, giving a sneak peek at Cameron Diaz as the dastardly Miss Hannigan.
In the updated version, Annie is played by 10-year old Oscar-nominated actress Quvenzhane Wallis.
.Instead of Daddy Warbucks, Jamie Foxx plays Benjamin Stacks, a political candidate who is hoping to win over voters by taking in an orphan.
The film is due to be released in the UK in February 2015.
Hollywood star Jamie Foxx expressed his support for the family of black teenager Trayvon Martin, after George Zimmerman was acquitted over his death. Foxx addressed the issue at Comic-Con in San Diego.
According to the Washington Times, the actor met the teen's mother Sybrina Fulton at an awards show. He said: “She’s always been courageous in saying this has never been about race. She said it’s about 17-year-old kids. We have to protect our kids. So I stand with her forever.
“There’s something wrong when a 17-year-old child is on his way home and someone with a gun pursues him and he ends up losing his life".