She’s known for her funky sense of style. Sophie Turner made a bold statement in a fuchsia pink bomber jacket and black culotte trousers as she arrived for the photocall of her film Heavy at the 45th Deauville American Film Festival in France on Saturday.
The Game Of Thrones star, 23, cut a stylish figure in the cropped jacket with her all-black look as she arrived for the launch of the film based around the chaotic New York drugs scene. Sophie sported the quirky combination of a black turtleneck jumper and culotte shorts as she walked the blue carpet in France.
The acclaimed star teamed the combo with the cropped pink jacket and patent lace-up boots as she arrived for the premiere. Sophie highlighted her slender waist with a black leather belt and styled her blonde tresses into loose curls with a coiffed front.
Heavy is a revenge thriller that centres on a crazy couple embroiled in the New York drugs scene, with Sophie taking on a lead role. The film is directed by Jourit Smit, who has previously fronted the documentary LA Breakfast and the shorts Candyland and The Brothers Kowalski.
Sophie was in high spirits as she joined the Dutch director Jourit for the photocall, and also stars Matias Varela from Sweden and Alexander Eling. Elsewhere at the festival Pierce Brosnan, 66, cut a casual figure as he attended a photocall after being honoured with an award the previous evening.
The former 007 star sported a simple black padded jacket and dark blue scarf combo as he showed off his greyed hair on the outing. Pierce was seen without his stunning other half, Keely Shaye Smith. They have been together for twenty-five years and are parents to sons Dylan, 22, and Paris, 18.
The couple first met in 1994 in Mexico and married in 2001 at Ballintubber Abbey in County Mayo, Ireland. Known for playing James Bond, Pierce starred in the films GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies, The World Is Not Enough and Die Another Day.
With Daniel Craig currently filming the as-yet unnamed Bond 25 film, Pierce recently spoke about the latest generation of the franchise. The actor said Daniel’s brooding portrayal had to be more serious because the franchise was forced to reinvent the character as ‘more muscular’ and solemn.