Sienna Miller Goes For Gold At Foxcatcher Premiere

The little black dress seems to have been officially replaced with gold. First Xtra Factor actress Sarah Jane Crawford wears gold to a make-up event in London where I interviewed her and now Sienna Miller is looking stunning in a gold maxi dress at the London film festival premiere of her movie Foxcatcher.

Foxcatcher is the story of Olympic Wrestling Champion Mark Schultz and how a man with paranoid schizophrenia, John du Pont, killed Schultz’s brother, Olympic Champion Dave Schultz. Sienna plays the grieving widow, a role which gets to show off a range of emotions. No wonder she wanted to glam up for the premiere after playing such a draining role!



The film has already received tons of positive ratings. It had its debut in Cannes in May, where it was nominated for a Palme D’or award. After that it had a premiere in New York, where Sienna turned up in a metallic and sequin black skirt. There was some gold in there too in her necklace – classic! It’s like the chunky statement Kardashian Kollection chain necklace that you can get at Very.


The New York premiere was a family affair as Sienna was posing with her hot husband, Tom Sturridge.

Also, Channing Tatum took his wife Jenna Dewan, who looked really pretty in a floral dress with a lace twist. Lace is another hot trend this season.


Foxcatcher has eye candy for the girls in Channing Tatum while Sienna Miller is a draw for the men and the movie is directed by veteran actor Steve Carrell. Talk about an A’list cast. What’s unique about this is that the cast also have chemistry and the film is intense from beginning to end as you’re genuinely not sure about what will happen during the chase. Sienna wearing gold turns out to be appropriate as I’d give this film gold stars. Perhaps not a gold Oscar, but definitely top marks if you want an interesting night at the cinema.

Love Zoex

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17th October 2014
Written by Zoe Griffin

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