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Photos: Flight UK Premiere Touches Down
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18 January 2013  |  Written by Amar Vijay  

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The newly Oscar-nominated star of Flight, Denzel Washington, cut a typically impressive figure on the red carpet last night, staring down the photographers with with a gaze few other Hollywood stalwarts could dream of.

Joining him were the film's director, Robert Zemeckis, as well as the glamourous Kelly Reilly in a stunning red dress and Zane Lowe, casually photobombing the Forrest Gump director and his other half.

For more than just pictures of the event, take a look at, um, a video of the event, which you can handily check out below.

 

Flight lands in UK cinemas on January 25.


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