The cast and crew of Warner Bros. Pictures film “Cloud Atlas” gathered at Grauman's Chinese Theatre on October 24, 2012 in Hollywood, California.
Actors, , , , James D'Arcy, Zhu Zhu, David Gyasi, Keith David, Doona Bae, and directors , Lana Wachowski, Andy Wachowski were present.
Halle Berry looked glamorous in her strapless silver lace bodycon dress, accessorized with dangling earrings that touched her shoulders and matching grey pumps.
Tom Hanks looked charming in his grey suit that had a striped finish, teamed with a black and grey harlequin patterned tie. Costars James D'Arcy and Xun Zhou too were in grey! All that grey was in keeping with the “cloud” theme…
Tom’s wifelooked lovely in her LBD (little black dress), accessorized with black heels and matching black clutch, as did actress Doona Bae in her off-the-shoulder flared LBD and black pumps and director Lana Wachowski in her hot pink hair and polkadot stockings...
More pink on actress Georgia King in the way of a pretty sleeveless blush-pink dress, teamed with grey pumps (thinking of fluffy pink clouds with a silver lining).
Susan Sarandon on the other hand went with the white cloud look in her ivory colored dress and gossamer thin ivory wrap.
Actor, who plays the multiple roles of Reverend Giles Horrox, a hotel heavy, Lloyd Hooks, Denholme Cavendish, Seer Rhee and Kona Chief, was apparently not attending. (However, actor was…)
In fact, it would be safe to say that many of the actors play multiple roles since “Cloud Atlas” has a most intriguing plot: it deals with the controversial topic of reincarnation… The premise of the film is that everything is connected.
The official synopsis of Cloud Atlas says that it is an “epic story of humankind in which the actions and consequences of our lives impact one another throughout the past, present, and future as one soul is shaped from a murderer into a savior and a single act of kindness ripples out for centuries to inspire a revolution.”
Cloud Atlas also had a budget of $102 million to which Warner Brothers paid $15 million to secure the North American rights – a smart move, no doubt since the film sounds fascinating!
Can’t wait for the film to hit theaters. Meanwhile, enjoy the slideshow of the Cloud Atlas premiere…