Here’s a collection of this week’s best photos from the world of television and film.
The past seven days have seen a slew of special screenings and premiere events, with huge stars photographed at top-notch events around the world, and we got our very first look at the 15th Doctor.
The best film and TV pictures of the week…
The world premiere for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (Released November 11) took place in LA on October 26, 2022. Superstar Rihanna was among the many stars in attendance after making headlines when she announced her return to music with “Lift Me Up.” The song will be the lead single for the latest Marvel film and marks the singer’s first new track in six years.
It was a great week for Doctor Who fans. When The Power of the Doctor finally aired on October 23, outgoing Doctor Jodie Whittaker endured her final battle and transformed (again) into the 14th Doctor, David Tennant, setting a new mystery for the Doctor Who 60th anniversary next year.
The special will also host our next mainline Doctor, Ncuti Gatwa, who will appear at the 60th Anniversary Celebration before fully serving as Doctor #15 for the 2023 Christmas Special.
The premiere for the upcoming Netflix sequel, Enola Holmes 2 was held at the Paris Theater in New York City on October 27, and starring Millie Bobby Brown (who plays the teenage detective title) wowed viewers alongside her co-star Henry Cavill.
This week also marked the end of HBO’s house of the dragon which reached its dramatic climax on October 23 (24 in the UK). Aegon (Tom Glynn-Carney) performed at the premiere of the final episode at the Cine Capitol in Madrid, Spain on October 24th.
The whale has received rave reviews, with many critics citing Brendan Fraser’s performance as particularly outstanding. The film screened at this week’s Montclair Film Festival in New Jersey and Fraser was in attendance for a Q&A with Stephen Colbert on October 23, where he received a further standing ovation for his role as lead actor Charlie.
Netflix’s latest true crime hit came in the form of the good nurse, a dark crime drama based on real-life serial killer Charles Cullen (played here by Eddie Redmayne). The film screened at the SCAD Savannah Film Festival on October 23, where Redmayne received the Virtuoso Award.
Henry Cavill also made a lot of headlines this week after returning as Superman Black Adam. Here he also talks about his return the witcher, and Enola Holmes 2 in a conversation with Josh Horowitz for a live edition of Happy sad confused (opens in new tab).
Hugh Jackman and Laura Dern were all seen smiling at the Sony Pictures Classics & Cinema Society special screening The son at New York’s Crosby Street Hotel on October 24.
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Peter Capaldi and Jessica Raine were in London on October 25 for the global premiere of the new Prime Video exclusive The devil’s hour, A twisted psychological thriller available to stream now.
Finally an LGBTQ+ romantic comedy brothers was given a special screening ahead of the film’s UK release on October 28, and the stars were obviously very happy to be at Picturehouse Central in London.