The five-star venue hosted a press conference for her new project The Counselor in which she stars alongside real-life husband Javier Bardem. Wearing a stunning red suit by Armani, which featured an over-sized bow, the 39 year-old looked elegant and timeless as she posed for photographs with her fellow cast-members. Classic Hollywood style: Penelope looked stunning in her bright red two-piece by Armani Her brunette hair was neatly contained in a loose bun, while she opted for contrasting black shoes with a simple black clutch bag. Meanwhile, her husband complimented the look with a blue jacket and shirt ensemble, worn with jeans. Acclaimed director Ridley Scott opted for a more casual look in a long-sleeved black T-shirt, while Fassbender sported a classic black-and-white combo. Longevity: The Spanish actress and model has been working consistently since she was sixteen Leading Lady: Cruz plays the fiance of Javier Bardem’s character, who is a notorious drug dealer While posing for images, Cruz and Bardem looked intimate with a clearly-visible chemistry. Fortunately, the two play a couple in the film. The Counselor sees Cruz takes on the role of his naive fiance Laura, while Bardem plays tough-talking drug dealer Reiner. Clearly in love: One of Hollywood’s most smouldering couples, the pair look stylish and happy as they appear together Also starring the likes of Brad Pitt and Cameron Diaz, the movie marks the first on-screen reunion between husband-and-wife Penelope and Javier since 2008’s acclaimed Vicky Cristina Barcelona. It also reunites Brad with Ridley for the first time since 1991’s cult classic Thelma & Louise and sees leading ladies Cruz and Diaz come together after their triumph in 2001s Vanilla Sky. The Counselor is scheduled for release in the US on October 25, and in the UK on November 15. The Fantastic Four: The only missing cast-member was Brad Pitt, who was unable to attend Cast: Bardem and Cruz with British director Ridley Scott and German-Irish actor Michael Fassbender
Premiership: London Irish 18-13 Harlequins
But they were on top for the best part of the game at the Madejski Stadium and can point to errant kicking for not establishing a firm lead over the hosts. Irish were dealt a setback early on when Kieran Low was taken off with a shoulder injury, but Geragthy soon booted his side in front. Evans levelled things up, before Quins suffered their own injury disappointment as Tom Casson was forced to make way. Geraghty and Evans were once again successful from the tee, but the Irish fly-half missed the opportunity to give his side a half-time lead, opting for a quick tap when presented with a penalty 20 metres out. After Evans and Botica failed to fire between the posts and put the visitors in front, Irish grew in confidence in the pack and Cowan took advantage to drive over for his first try for the club, with Geragthy kicking the extras. And shortly after the restart Quins surrendered possession and Topsy Ojo kicked Lewington through for a well-finished score. England scrum-half Care stepped off the bench and coasted in from 25 metres to bring Quins back into the game and although Evans converted to put Quins into bonus-point territory, Irish, who tackled brilliantly all game, were resolute enough to see it through. London Irish director of rugby Brian Smith: “It was by no means a perfect performance but we found a way to get over the line. “Every time we had a hurdle we found a way to get over it and I am very proud of the squad. “It was a really courageous performance, especially after we lost Kieran Low after three minutes. We knew that they would throw the kitchen sink at us but you don’t beat Quins by surprise or chance so we deserve a lot of credit.” Harlequins director of rugby Conor O’Shea: “In the first half we had nearly all the territory and possession but we had inaccuracies all over the place. “I’m really frustrated by our performance as you can’t go out and play with such lack of precision and control.” SATURDAY’S SQUADS London Irish: Ojo, Yarde, Mulchrone, Sheridan, Lewington, Geraghty, O’Leary, Yapp, Paice, Halavatau, Skivington, Gough, Low, Cowan, Treviranus.