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In the movie, which already premiered at Sundance, the two actors play Oliver and Elio, who have a summer romance.

In a new interview, the actress opened up about growing older and dating after losing her husband of 30 years, Michael Williams, to cancer in 2001.

"It’s wonderful to be in love," she gushed of her conservationist boyfriend, David Mills.

'Molly's Game' star Jessica Chastain works the red carpet Friday at the film's premiere.

She plays Molly Bloom, the real-life world-class skier who ran a high-stakes poker game investigated by the FBI.

And to see them be as goofy and as wonderful as you hope they would be.

Michelle Pfeiffer (Caroline Hubbard) She does have this effortlessness about it, and I’m so jealous (laughs). And maybe she is, too, but she certainly makes it look easy. Penélope Cruz (Pilar Estravados) Some mornings, Kenneth would come in and test us about Shakespeare—what is the play that starts with a monologue by a female, for example. All of us were like, “We cannot compete with the two of you (Judi and Kenneth) when you’re talking about Shakespeare.

Star Halle Berry walked the red carpet at the world premiere of 'Kings' Wednesday.

Diane Lane, worked the red carpet at the premiere of 'Mark Felt - The Man Who Brought Down The White House.' She plays the wife of former FBI agent Mark Felt (played by Liam Neeson), whom history would remember as Deep Throat.

So, there was a lot of this and this and this (shows different suspicious stares). On the screen, you see some noses crinkling a little bit.

I looked at my costars and went, “You know what this is, don’t you? ” I go, “All you have to do is think to yourself, who is it that just farted (laughs)? It’s such a gift to be able to work alongside people like Judi whom you have admired from an early point in your life and career.

On Friday, Stanley Tucci was interviewed along with Emma Thompson, with whom he co-stars in 'The Children Act.' The movie is an adaptation of Ian Mc Ewan's novel about a female judge deciding whether to force a teenage boy (Fionn Whitehead, 'Dunkirk') to undergo a blood transfusion forbidden by his religion.