“Malavita/The Family” Europe Promotions!
The promotion of Luc Besson’s “Malavita/The Family” in Europe is now begin as the movie will be showing in different parts of Europe from now till end of November.
Just the last two days Michelle has fly to London (Oct 14, 2013) and Berlin for the movie premiere (Oct 15, 2013) before heading to France!
Michelle Pfeiffer looks younger than ever as she joins Robert De Niro for photocall
SHE may have turned 55 this year, but Michelle Pfeiffer had women half her age green with envy as she arrived in London yesterday.
The Hollywood actress looked absolutely stunning as she attended a photocall for her latest movie ‘The Family’ at the Dorchester Hotel.
Showing off her slender figure in a pair of black flared jeans and a blue and black patterned blouse, Pfeiffer looked ten years younger and was glowing as she posed for photographs.
She completed her look with a black leather belt and matching shoes, whilst wearing her blonde hair in a loose wave.
The mother-of-two was joined by her co-stars in the film, Robert De Niro and Dianna Agron.
Pfeiffer and De Niro play husband and wife Maggie and Fred Blake in the action crime comedy which tells the story of the Manzoni family.
The film follows the notorious mafia clan as they are relocated to Normandy, France, under the witness protection program, where fitting in soon becomes challenging as their old habits die hard.
Source: Kirsty McCormack, Express
Michelle Pfeiffer Is Super Chic In Shirt And Flares For The Family Photocall
Michelle Pfeiffer is in London town promoting her latest flick The Family alongside THE Robert De Niro – and man, the lady is looking good.
Opting for an understated ensemble – a blue floral print shirt and black flares – Michelle was pretty smart for the photocall at The Dorchester Hotel. That’s right, she’s bringing back flares in a way we can all get onboard with.
Keeping up that breezy, super chic style – Michelle wore her hair down in that untouched-effortless kinda way. The texture, the volume, the middle parting – it all just works.
She’s still got it! Michelle Pfeiffer, 55, holds her own against co-star Dianna Agron, 27, at UK press call for new Mafia flick The Family
When actresses reach a certain age, they tend to get demoted from leading lady to playing their much-younger co-star’s mother in Hollywood’s often fickle, age-obsessed industry.
But one woman who can still hold her own in a town full of up-and-coming young starlets is Michelle Pfeiffer, who at 55 is looking as fresh-faced as ever.
So while she may indeed play 27-year-old Dianna Agron’s mother in new flick The Family, she’s no shy and retiring wallflower in this action-packed Mafia crime comedy.
On Monday, the three main castmembers gathered for a photo call at London’s Dorchester Hotel ahead of the film’s UK release on November 22.
Not only did Michelle, Dianna and Robert De Niro look like they could be related, but they also clearly got on like a house on fire as they shared a laugh while promoting their film, which was released in the US on September 13 and continues to show in some cinemas across the country.
The mother-of-two showed off her still-enviable figure in dark blue bootcut Raven Denim jeans, which almost entirely hid her black shoes underneath, and a blue and black patterned long-sleeved Rebecca Taylor blouse which featured a deep V-neck.
The blonde wore her shoulder-length hair down in soft curls and accentuated her features with minimal, flawless make-up.
Dianna, meanwhile, looked flirty and feminine in a Dolce & Gabbana maroon knee-length dress, which featured a sheer overlay with delicate sleeves and pretty embroidered detail.
Sheer black stockings helped ward off the cool London weather, while she completed her ensemble with black T-bar Christian Louboutin heels with gold studded toes.
The Glee actress looked picture-perfect with her complementary-hued make-up and her blonde tresses swept back into a chic low ponytail with sideswept fringe.
Veteran Hollywood actor and two-time Oscar-winner De Niro stuck with his signature casual jeans, brown shoes, green polo shirt and beige blazer combo.
The film sees the notorious Manzoni Mafia family relocate to Normandy, France under witness protection after they find targets on their heads. An hilarious series of events ensues as the clan struggle to ditch their old habits.
Source: JULIET PAYLOR, Mail Online