Lupita Nyong'o dazzled on the red carpet (as always) for the premiere of her latest film "Queen of Katwe" at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival.
While her dress and jewelry were absolutely stunning, we have to say one of her dates stole the show.
Our absolute favourite photo, though, was of Omolara dancing away with the cast and her dad.A source told ET that the 22-year-old pop star has been relaxing in Los Angeles, California before he returns to touring, and met the 21-year-old actress at the West Hollywood hot spot, Nice Guy.WATCH: Justin Bieber Says He's 'Done Taking Pictures' With Fans in New Rant -- 'I Feel Like a Zoo Animal' After getting her phone number, the source says Bieber asked Peltz out on a date, and while she was hesitant at first, last week she did agree to go miniature golfing with him.After a dozen or so films, did the public have a better idea of Gary Oldman's own personality than before he began?That is not ingratitude, merely a way of observing that Oldman seems like a blank, anonymous passerby (like someone in Dallas on November 22, 1963, running interference for a real Lee Harvey Oswald), who waits to be occupied by demons.
He is a suit hanging in a closet, waiting to be possessed, which means that he brings an uncommon, self-effacing service to his roles.
Part of that attitude is his complete and easy readiness not to be liked.
So he is both vacant and uningratiating: it will be intriguing to see how long such a career can last.
Gary Oldman autographs, dvds, photographs, dvds and more @ (direct link to signed items) - just checked and a bigger selection than I have seen everywhere else He had done a good deal of theatre in England, and a few modest movies(87, Stephen Frears) was dazzling proof of a genius for impersonation.
Since then, Oldman has had to put up with a lot of poor roles roles and bad films.
Yet his reticence, mixed with his great facility, makes it unlikely that he will ever be more than the victim of whimsical, or desperate, casting calls:(94, Bernard Rose) and when does a modern actor realise that you don't play Christ, Beethoven, or Francis of Assisi?