The Rolling Stones hit Leicester Square last night for the world premiere of Brett Morgen's film CROSSFIRE HURRICANE, the highlight of this year's London Film Festival. Check out photos of the event below!
The festival opened last week with Tim Burton's animated tale Frankenweenie, and closes on October 21st with Mike Newell's Great Expectations, starring Burton's partner Helena Bonham Carter as Miss Havisham.
Celebrating 50 years as the world's biggest rock band, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts still draw the crowds, and Crossfire Hurricane was broadcast simultaneously to cinemas across the UK, along with footage of the stars as they arrived at the premiere.
The film features unseen footage, commentary from the band and interviews from current and former Stones. Live material and news footage sets the scenes of the hedonistic phenomenon that was the rise of history's longest lasting rock band, who were despised and adored in equal measure by authorities and fans.
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