Maisie Williams sizzles in an edgy cut out dress as she lets her hair down at Pistol premiere after party with leggy Sydney Chandler and Thomas Brodie-Sangster
Maisie Williams sizzled in an edgy cut out dress as she let her hair down at the Pistol premiere after party in LA on Wednesday night.
The actress, 25, looked like she was having a great time as she posed with the likes of co-stars Sydney Chandler and Thomas Brodie-Sangster in group shots as the night continued.
Their new miniseries Pistol, a drama about the UK punk band Sex Pistols, is set to premiere on Hulu on May 31. Maisie will portray Pamela Rooke, aka 'Jordan' and Sydney Chrissie Hynde.
Looking good: Maisie Williams sizzled in an edgy cut out dress as she let her hair down at the Pistol premiere after party in LA on Wednesday night (pictured with co-stars Emma Appleton and Sydney Chandler)
Maisie and Sydney stole the show as they arrived to the Vanity Fair and FX premiere earlier in the night.
The actresses both rocked long black dresses with distinctive cutouts as they graced the red carpet.
Continuing their fashion alignment, both ladies also punctuated their looks with pointed-toe black heels.
Fun: The actress, 25, looked like she was having a great time as she posed with the likes of co-stars Sydney Chandler and Thomas Brodie-Sangster in group shots as the night continued (L-R: Louis Partridge, Maisie Williams, Anson Boon, Sydney Chandler, Emma Appleton, Talulah Riley, Thomas Sangster, Jacob Slater)
Exciting: Their new miniseries Pistol, a drama about the UK punk band Sex Pistols, is set to premiere on Hulu on May 31. Maisie will portray Pamela Rooke, aka 'Jordan' and Sydney Chrissie Hynde
Stylish: Emma and Sydney stole the show as they arrived to the after party both wearing sleek black dresses
For her part, Sydney's dress was more traditional, featuring a crewneck and asymmetrical sleeves.
There was a diagonal cutout across one side of her chest, exposing a small bit of cleavage.
The figure-hugging number also had a thigh-high side slit, and was accented with large, decorative safety pins.
Laughs: The group looked like they were having a great time as they posed in the fun group shots together
Incredible: Sydney looked great in her figure-hugging dress which had a thigh-high side slit, and was accented with large, decorative safety pins
Dapper: Louis Partridge (left) and Anson Boon both cut very suave figures as they posed at the after party together
Gang: Sydney, Emma, Maisie, Louis all looked great as they posed together at the premiere after party
Night out! They looked like they were having a ball as they laughed and chatted with each other
In character: Maisie transformed into Jordan for her role in the upcoming FX series
She posed alongside one of her costars, Louis Partridge, who attended the function in a mauve suit.
He layered a black turtleneck under his blazer, coordinating the top with glossy black dress shoes.
Emma Appleton, who plays the late Nancy Spungen in the series, showed up in a striking, strapless black onesie.
Larking around: Louis and Anson were having fun
Stars: They all lined up for a group shot
Close: Anson and Louis were spending lots of time together at the after party
Showstoppers: Maisie (left) and Sydney stole the show as they arrived to the Vanity Fair and FX premiere of Pistol earlier in the night
Showing skin: The Game of Thrones alum bared her chest in the outfit, which boasted square and halter spaghetti straps
Colleagues and friends: Sydney posed alongside one of her costars, Louis Partridge, who attended the function in a mauve suit
The entertainer's one-piece showcased her trim waistline while showing off her cool-girl fashion sense.
Emma wore a chainlink necklace around her neck and her bob haircut fell perfectly in line with it. The cut had shaggy face-framing bangs.
She cooly tucked her hands into the wide-leg pants' pockets as she posed for photos before heading inside.
Fashionista: Emma, who plays the late Nancy Spungen in the series, showed up in a striking, strapless black onesie
Anson Boon, who portrays John Lydon in Pistol, arrived wearing a shimmering silver suit with a white tank top underneath.
He matched a silver-toned brooch to a long necklace with a corresponding pendant and walked the carpet in pointed-toe black shoes.
The actor wore his dirty blonde hair strategically disheveled and rocked a small silver-toned earring in one ear.
He looked handsome as he added a classic silver watch on one wrist and a bracelet and ring on the other hand.
Handsome: Anson, who portrays John Lydon in Pistol, arrived wearing a shimmering silver suit with a white tank top underneath
Attendees: Thomas and girlfriend Talulah Riley showed support for the upcoming show as they attended the star-studded gathering
Standing out: Mae McKagan contrasted a silver top and matching high-heeled shoes with a lengthy plaid skirt. Gail Lyon opted to wear a black dress and a pair of white sneakers at the premiere event
Power couple: Guns N' Roses bassist Duff McKagan and his wife, Susan Holmes, kept their arms around each other while posing for a few photos
Thomas Brodie-Sangster and girlfriend Talulah Riley showed support for the upcoming show as they attended the star-studded gathering.
The twosome put on a loved-up display as they stayed close for photo-ops before entering the venue.
Thomas was dressed in a deep blue silk shirt and dark pinstripe slacks with black dress shoes while his counterpart donned a black dress.
The blonde beauty looked ravishing in the getup, which boasted a corset bodice with a deep scoop neck that exposed her pert cleavage.
The skirt had a side slit and she rounded out the red carpet look with a pair of chunky, peep-toe, platform heels.
In love: The twosome put on a loved-up display as they stayed close for photo-ops before entering the venue
Looking good: Danny Boyle, who directed the miniseries, proudly posed for photos in a black suit with a blue dress shirt underneath
Danny Boyle, who directed the miniseries, proudly posed for photos in a black suit with a blue dress shirt underneath.
The English filmmaker belted his trousers and kept his look business casual by adding a pair of black sneakers with a white sole.
He sported rectangular-shaped, black-rimmed eyeglasses before heading inside where his forthcoming show would be shown.
The real deal: Original Sex Pistols band members Sid Vicious, John Lydon, Paul Cook perform in 1977
Exciting: Iris Law (L) will follow in her father Jude's acting footsteps by making her screen debut as Soo Catwoman (R) in Danny Boyle's Sex Pistols drama
The new series - helmed by Boyle, who's an Oscar-winning director - is based on band member Steve Jones’ memoirs and follows the group’s rise to fame.
The Sex Pistols are re-issuing their once-banned 1977 No2 hit God Save The Queen to mark the Platinum Jubilee.
Some 4,000 copies of the punk anthem will be re-released through Virgin, and 1977 copies of the rare A&M version will also be available.
The man behind the band: Thomas Brodie-Sangster (L) is set to take on the role of Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren (pictured right in 1978)
The Danny Boyle directed Pistols is based on the legendary punk band - consisting of John Lydon, Steve Jones, Glen Matlock, Paul Cook and Sid Vicious - and their rise to fame in the 1970s.
Louis Partridge will portray bassist Sid, Jacob will star as drummer Paul, Christian has stepped into the role of the band's first bass guitarist Glen and Toby will play guitarist Steve.
At the time, the country was rocked by widespread strikes which saw rubbish go uncollected in central London during a notorious winter of discontent.
Fashionista: Talulah Riley (L) will play fashion icon Vivienne Westwood (pictured right in 1981)
Iconic: John Lydon, otherwise known by stage name Johnny Rotten, is played by Anson Boon (pictured right in 2019)
Iconic: Sid Vicious is played by Louis Partridge (R), best known for his role as Tewkesbury in the Netflix original film Enola Holmes
The six-episode series began principal photography in March, with Danny Boyle serving as director and executive producer.
Based on Jones' 2018 memoir Lonely Boy: Tales from a Sex Pistol, the supporting cast also includes Sydney Chandler as Chrissie Hynde and Emma Appleton as Nancy Spungen.
Jordan Mooney, real name Pamela Rooke, died in her home town of Seaford surrounded by family on Sunday, April 3.
Leading man: Guitarist Steve Jones (L) is being played by Australian actor Toby Wallace (R)
Bass guitarist Glen Matlock is played by Christopher Lees