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Nicole Kidman sparkles in silver at The Killing of a Sacred Deer premiere

The actress wore a dazzling Prada number


Nicole Kidman sparkled in the spotlight at The Killing of a Sacred Deer premiere on Thursday. The Australian actress walked the red carpet of the preview screening of Yorgos Lanthimos' horror-thriller film at the Odeon cinema in Leicester Square, held as part of the 2017 BFI London Film Festival. Proving her flair for fashion once again, Nicole opted for a strapless silver sequinned gown from Prada for the event, with the dress featuring delicate gold and silver beading draped off the shoulders.

The 50-year-old, who portrays the character of Anna Murphy in the film, accessorised with shiny silver high heels and piled on the jewellery – completing her ensemble with fine chandelier earrings, a stack of diamond rings and a silver bangle bracelet.

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Nicole Kidman dazzled in a silver Prada dress

In The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Colin Farrell takes on the lead role of Steven, a charismatic surgeon, who is forced to make an unthinkable sacrifice after his life starts to fall apart. The Irish actor took to the red carpet too, and chose to suit up in classic black attire and a white shirt.

Young castmembers of the film also stepped out for the bash, including rising star Barry Keoghan, who wore a smart black suit. While Raffey Cassidy made a sartorial statement in a patterned blue and green shift dress which she matched with patent black ankle boots.

The actress, 50, with her co-star Colin Farrell

Meanwhile, actress Emma Stone made a surprise appearance at the event as well. The actress, who is currently promoting her biographical drama Battle of the Sexes, in which she plays tennis star Billie Jean King, wowed the crowd by sporting a black jumpsuit with ruffle detail from Givenchy. Emma finished off her look with jewellery from Repossi and pointed black high heels, and swept her blonde hair in a chic chignon hairstyle.

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