“Luther: The Fallen Sun” premiere was held in London on Wednesday, and expectedly, the cast members graced the event. Andy Serkis and Lorraine Ashbourne were one of the two who made an unforgettable entrance.
There has been much anticipation about the “Luther: The Fallen Sun” premiere. Fans and celebrities — film stars- shared their hopes about it.
Andy Serkis is a multifaceted star who played David Robey, a tech-savvy individual. He made money from crypto and yearns to shoot down Luther for hypocrisy.
The 58-year-old raved on about his time working with Idris Elba, the lead character. Serkis is of the opinion that Elba played the part excellently.
For the “Luther: The Fallen Sun” premiere, which was held on March 1. Andy Serkis and Lorraine Ashbourne turned up looking dashing.
Andy Serkis and Lorraine Ashbourne At the “Luther: The Fallen Sun” Premiere
Andy Serkis found joy in bringing his wife to the star-studded event. The duo, who teamed up for a stylish appearance, refused to untangle as they cozied next to each other.
The actor flaunted his handsomeness in a black silk shirt trapped in sharp-looking tailored pants, adding black glossy shoes to the mix.
Andy’s statement-worthy look was completed with a green unbuttoned coat featuring frock patterns and a bright smile that lighted his face.
Next to the charming star was his ageless wife, who slipped into a wide-legged jumpsuit featuring a lace hem at the top.
Ashbourne decked a black blazer buttoned in the middle. The 62-year-old had her blonde pixie cut styled with some tresses fringing her forehead.
She had very nice makeup, which didn’t take away her natural glow. Andy’s other half pulled on a trendy trick by adorning only one ear with dangling earrings, leaving the other bare.
Andy Serkis Almost Did Not Take The Part
Before the “Luther: The Fallen Sun” Premiere, the seasoned actor almost didn’t accept the role because “it was one of the darkest parts I’ve ever been offered.”
After reading the script, he took a bath because of how horrific his character seemed. Despite the horror, Andy noted that it was a reflection of the world’s reality.