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George Clooney lights up London

Here at Stylist we will never object to a visit from George Clooney, which is why we're thrilled the movie star stopped by London last night (19 October) for the premiere of his latest movie, political drama The Ides of March. The 50-year-old cut a dashing figure alongside co-star Evan Rachel Wood, who recently spoke to to Stylist about her acting career and the importance of self-belief. See all the latest red carpet photos from The Ides of March premiere, below.

Picture credit: Rex Features

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