The stars were out in force at the weekend for the UK premiere of The Adventures of TinTin: Secret of the Unicorn, directed by Steven Spielberg.
For his take on the tale, Spielberg uses motion-capture techniques similar to those used in Lord of the Rings, King Kong and Avatar, where actors wear special suits which record all movement.
The data is then transformed into a computer-generated three dimensional image.
Take a peek at the celebrities who turned up to support the launch of the new TinTin film now, with our look at the premiere...
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