Looking sharp in a black suit and tie, it was hard to think the newest Peter Parker in the hit Spider-Man franchise could be outshone by anyone. But he was: Stone wowed on the carpet at Leicester Square, donning a plunging sequined top and black suit pants.
And the 23-year-old had a special message for her boyfriend and fans:
The famous funny girl said working with Garfield, 28, as well as the rest of the cast, was a wonderful experience.
“It was really, really special,” Stone, who plays Peter Parker’s first love Gwen Stacy, said. “I learnt a lot.”
No wonder it was such a special experience, as the young Hollywood A-listers met and fell in love while on the set.
Stone also said she hoped the film — which hits cinemas July 3 — inspires its audience.
“It is filled with humanity and deep connections as Spider-Man is our most human superhero,” Stone said.
“I just hope (the audience) enjoy themselves.
“That is what movies did for me, they always made me feel more understood so I hope this makes people stronger and happier.’’
Also walking the carpet was Welsh actor Rhys Ifans, 43.
Most movie fans know Ifans as the odd-ball character Spike from Julia Roberts‘ flick Notting Hill, but this time round the audience will see a very different side of the actor as supervillian, the Lizard.
Alongside Ifans was his girlfriend, actress Anna Friel, 35, who wore a traffic stopping purple gown with not one — but two — leg-revealing splits.
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