“It required a level of stillness, a kind of comfortableness, that took a while to get.” In Lion, your character, Saroo Brierley, develops a somewhat unhealthy, if wholly understandable, obsession with Google Earth. I’ve had a tumultuous relationship with technology. My granduncle passed away, and he had all these family pictures of life back in Kenya—with my mum in a little blue frock. I’m a very active human, so the idea of sitting down behind a desk or being on a computer, it kind of takes away from that human interaction—which is why I’m doing what I’m doing, you know? [Her face] is so watchable; you’ll forget your lines when you’re in front of her. All my granddads look like either Elvis Presley or James Brown. I put them in [my mum’s] room so it would make her feel at home. Mary is transfixed by the charismatic leader, portrayed — with a sense of awe — by Joaquin.

The actress is something of a muse to French design house Givenchy, so it's no surprise to see she's wearing the label here.

The star donned a pair of simple high-waisted black trousers by the esteemed brand, teamed with a top that was anything but simple!

Written by Helen Edmundson and Philippa Goslett, the film will be released in the UK on March 16 before arriving in US movie theaters March 30.

The Daily Mail's Baz Bamigboye reported of the movie that Helen and Philippa capture Mary of Magdala, the village on the shore of the Sea of Galilee where she was raised, as a strong, soulful woman who is seen helping a sibling who is giving birth, and tending nets on the shore.

The 58-year-old former royal wore her trademark flame-red tresses in a half up-half down style with the top teased into a coiffed beehive.

The director of this film is Garth Davis, who also helmed the 2016 awards show contender Lion headlined by Dev Patel and Nicole Kidman. Producer Liz Watts, Charles Babalola, director Garth Davis, Joaquin Phoenix, Rooney Mara, Tahar Rahim, Chiwetel Ejiofor, writer Philippa Goslett, Hildur Guonadittir and producer Iain Canning (left-right) turned up to unveil the movie Joaquin told Bret he came aboard the project because 'I was looking for something meaningful. I was friends with Rooney.'Mary Magdalene will also, of course, feature apostles, including Chiwetel Ejiofor as Peter, Charles Babalola as Andrew, Tawfeek Barhom as James, Zohar Shtrauss as John, Michael Moshonov as Matthew and Tahar Rahim as Judas.

'Nudity is such a huge part of the character in the book, so I never thought twice about it. I didn’t have time to second-guess anything or be scared; I just showed up and was comfortable,' she explained.

Ice queen: Mara looked stunning in her long lace and chiffon white dress as she arrived at the UK premiere of The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, before changing into a black jumpsuit for the Stockholm premiere In keeping with the novel, the original is quite a dark and violent film and Fincher said he wasn't planning the softly-softly Hollywood approach for his version, which has been rated 18 in the UK and R in the U.

Instead, he opts to sit outside, where he spots Boomerang, the resident cat, walking across the lawn. The actor’s buoyant mood contrasts sharply with his role in Lion, a profound, emotional drama in theaters November 25.