She is one of the most requested actresses in Hollywood.
And Olivia Colman stole the show again as she walked the red carpet at the world premiere of her new film Empire of Light at the Toronto International Film Festival on Monday.
The 48-year-old actress beamed in a high-neck sequined dress as she appeared on the red carpet with co-star Michael Ward – who made the British star beam when he planted a friendly kiss on her cheek.
Sparkling: Olivia Colman dazzled in a high-neck sequined gown at the world premiere of her new film Empire of Light at the Toronto International Film Festival on Monday
Olivia looked stunning in a sparkly ensemble that had a tight waistline that accentuated her hourglass figure.
She added height to her frame with a pair of black heels, and tied her short brown locks with neat curls.
Olivia completed her look with a light makeup palette, including a layer of blush and nude lipstick.
Her co-star Michael was super excited for the appearance – looking glamorous in a navy suit.
Peck: The actress beamed as she hit the red carpet with co-star Michael Ward – who made the UK-born star beam with a smile as he planted a friendly kiss on her cheek
Directed by Sam Mendes, Empire Of Light is a love story ‘set in a beautiful old cinema on the south coast of England in the 1980s’.
This project marks the first time that director Sam is set to direct a film he hasn’t penned with the help of a co-writer.
Along with Olivia and Michael, Empire Of Light also stars Colin Firth, Toby Jones and Crystal Clarke.
Empire Of Light will open in UK cinemas on January 13, 2023.
Dapper: Her co-star Michael was overjoyed for the appearance – looking glamorous in a navy suit
Refined: Olivia looked stunning in a sparkly ensemble that had a cinched waist that accentuated her slim figure
Standout: Olivia turns her head while working on the premiere red carpet
Olivia’s appearance at the festival comes after she praised King Charles III’s speech to the nation following the Queen’s death.
While promoting her new film at Variety Studio, she told the publication that the King gave his speech ‘so amazing’.
Olivia, who played Queen Elizabeth II for two seasons on Netflix’s The Crown, spoke about the long-serving monarch and still dealing with devastating news.
Radiant: Olivia completed her look with a light makeup palette, which included a splash of blush and nude lipstick
Hollywood glamor: Olivia exudes elegance in the night
Fantastic Five: (LR) Roger Deakins, Michael Ward, Sam Mendes, Olivia Colman and Tanya Moodie attended the premiere
One to watch: Directed by Sam Mendes, Empire Of Light is a love story ‘set in a beautiful old cinema on the south coast of England in the 1980s’
Speaking of the Queen, Olivia said: ‘She made a promise as a young woman and she absolutely keeps it with such dignity. We were all very impressed with what she did. ‘
She then went on to compliment King Charles III’s recent televised speech: ‘From the British point of view, he did it wonderfully. He did it out of love and tolerance and tenderness, and that is what she always wanted and she accomplished.
She continued, ‘From the outside world looking at the UK, at the moment, we have some comedy going on on one side – politics – and something dignified. I feel proud to be British. I think he will do his job well. ‘
Praise: Olivia’s appearance at the film festival comes after she praised King Charles III’s speech to the nation following the Queen’s death
The king’s death has been confirmed and a Buckingham Palace spokesman said: ‘The Queen passed away peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon. The King and Queen will stay at Balmoral this evening and will return to London tomorrow’.
Her son, Charles, the former Prince of Wales, is now King Charles III, as the world mourns his mother, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch.
And when her son ascends to the throne, there will also be a 70th anniversary of her historic reign, which will see her achieve a Platinum Jubilee this year – a milestone hard to achieve by a single person. English king.
Charles, the King, said: ‘The death of my beloved mother, the Queen, was a moment of greatest grief for me and all members of my family.
‘We deeply mourn the passing of a revered king and very loving mother. I know her loss will be deeply felt across the country, Kingdom and Commonwealth, as well as countless people around the world.
‘During this time of mourning and change, my family and I will be comforted and sustained by our understanding of the deep respect and affection with which the Queen has been so much loved.’
Award-winning: Oscar winner Olivia (L) played Queen Elizabeth II (pictured at right in 1964) in series three and four of The Crown
Source: | Dailymail.co.uk