Andre Clooney, left, and Nina Northcott at the Isle of Wight charity premiere of Skyfall. Picture by Pete Boam.
Skyfall 'landed’ on the Isle of Wight on Saturday at Cineworld, where the Newport cinema staged a charity première in aid of the Earl Mountbatten Hospice.
There were two Aston Martin Bond-style cars beside a red carpet entrance and vodka-martinis — shaken, not stirred of course — were handed out to the audience, many of whom were in Bond-inspired fancy dress.
The event was staged by the Earl Mountbatten Hospice fundraising team and raised more than £1,000 for the charity.
"All 96 seats in the deluxe screen sold-out and the six of us in the team — including our very own Goldfinger girl, Dani Johnson — took the difficult decision not to watch, so we could raise as much money as possible," said fundraising manager Karen Eeles.
"It was a great night and included prizes for the best fancy dress and a fundraising raffle too."
For more pictures, please see the Isle of Wight County Press on Friday, November 2.