Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 16 April 2014

Sucker Punch stars battle rain

The Sucker Punch cast turned out for the film's LA premiere

Abbie Cornish, Emily Browning, Vanessa Hudgens and the stars of all-action movie Sucker Punch battled the rain to stay glamorous at the film's Hollywood premiere.

Aussie actress Abbie remained cheerful in spite of the downpour, admitting she'd had the best time working on the Zack Snyder film.

She told reporters she'd forever take away "the friendships with the girls and everyone we made the movie with."

"It was really an incredible experience," she explained. "Everyone became like a second family."

Joe Jonas, Emma Roberts and Cheryl Cole's dancer pal Derek Hough numbered among the celeb guests keen to be the first to see the film.

Young heart throb Max Irons, the son of British actor Jeremy Irons, hung out on the red carpet to support his girlfriend Emily Browning.

"It was fantastic," Emily said of her time working with the 300 filmmaker.

Vanessa Hudgens rushed past press to hug her family who'd come out to support the High School Musical star's latest endeavour. Jenna Malone also skipped into the screening early, miming that she had a sore throat to camera crews.

Speaking on behalf of her cast mates, actress Jamie Chung said: "I feel like every single girl brings a unique flavour to this film.

"I think it's really vital when you're working with five girls you bond together."

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