Maisie Williams cut a glamorous figure as she attended the UK premiere of the new Sex Pistols drama Pistol on Monday.

The actress, 25 – who plays model and actress Pamela Rooke, also known as Jordan, in the six-episode limited series – wore a floor-length black dress adorned with shimmering bead detail and shaped hips to accentuate her hourglass figure.

She was joined by Iris Law, 21, who plays Soo Catwoman, with the model giving a glimpse at her underwear through a sheer gold and black Prada dress with yellow flora detail.

She was joined by Iris Law, 21, who gave a glimpse at her underwear through a sheer gold dress

Star-studded: Maisie Williams, 25, looked glamorous in a a floor-length black dress at the UK premiere of Sex Pistols drama Pistol on Monday where she was joined by Iris Law, 21, who gave a glimpse at her underwear through a sheer gold dress

The model wore a white vest top and confidently posed with her hand on her hip on the pink carpet.

She wore a pair of black platform heels to add a few inches to her stature and wore lashings of make-up, while her hair was styled into an edgy bleached blonde do with dyed black tips on the fringe and black extensions.

Maisie left plenty of skin on show, leaving her naked arms and shoulders exposed to the air.

Glamour puss: Maisie, who plays model and actress Pamela Rooke, also known as Jordan, in the six-episode limited series - wore a floor-length black dress adorned with shimmering bead detail and shaped hips to accentuate her hourglass figure

Glamour puss: Maisie, who plays model and actress Pamela Rooke, also known as Jordan, in the six-episode limited series – wore a floor-length black dress adorned with shimmering bead detail and shaped hips to accentuate her hourglass figure

Out on the town: Maisie left plenty of skin on show, leaving her naked arms and shoulders exposed to the air

She posed up a storm at the bash

Out on the town: Maisie left plenty of skin on show, leaving her naked arms and shoulders exposed to the air, posing up a storm at the bash

She added a further touch of glitz to her look by opting for a pair of silver pendulum earrings and went for a dramatic winged black eyeliner look to match her dress.

They were joined by Talulah Riley and beau Thomas Brodie-Sangster who looked loved-up as they posed on the pink carpet.

Thomas, 31, who plays music manager Malcolm McLaren in the drama, looked dapper in a striped suit and black top as he stood arm-in-arm with Talulah, 36, who is the ex-wife of Tesla billionaire Elon Musk, 50. 

Glitterati: She added a further touch of glitz to her look by opting for a pair of silver pendulum earrings and went for a dramatic winged black eyeliner look to match her dress

Iris showed off her behind at the premiere

Glitterati: She added a further touch of glitz to her look by opting for a pair of silver pendulum earrings and went for a dramatic winged black eyeliner look to match her dress, while Iris showed off her behind at the premiere

Edgy style: Iris, who plays Soo Catwoman, gave a glimpse at her underwear through a sheer gold and black Prada mesh dress

Edgy style: Iris, who plays Soo Catwoman, gave a glimpse at her underwear through a sheer gold and black Prada mesh dress

Long locks: The star, who shaved her head last year, styled her hair into an edgy bleached blonde do with dyed black tips on the fringe and black extensions

Long locks: The star, who shaved her head last year, styled her hair into an edgy bleached blonde do with dyed black tips on the fringe and black extensions

Strike a pose: The model wore a white vest top and confidently posed with her hand on her hip on the pink carpet

Strike a pose: The model wore a white vest top and confidently posed with her hand on her hip on the pink carpet

Peachy: Iris gave a glimpse at her underwear and her pert behind as she posed on the red carpet

Peachy: Iris gave a glimpse at her underwear and her pert behind as she posed on the red carpet

Iconic look: Soo Lucas, who dubbed herself Soo Catwoman, is known for her trademark haircut which she created in 1976 to look like she had cat ears

Exciting: Iris is following in her father Jude’s acting footsteps by making her screen debut as Soo Catwoman (pictured) in the Sex Pistols drama

Talulah, who plays fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, brought the glamour in a strapless black PVC dress, paired with stiletto heels.  

She opted for gothic make-up and slicked back locks. 

They began dating during filming over the summer and their relationship remained undetected until The Mail on Sunday learned that Talulah’s previous romance with Matthew Rice had come to an abrupt end.

Happy couple: They were joined by Talulah Riley and beau Thomas Brodie-Sangster who looked loved-up as they posed on the pink carpet

Happy couple: They were joined by Talulah Riley and beau Thomas Brodie-Sangster who looked loved-up as they posed on the pink carpet

All stars: Thomas, 31, who plays music manager Malcolm McLaren in the drama, looked dapper in a striped suit and black top as he stood arm-in-arm with Talulah, 36, who is the ex-wife of Tesla billionaire Elon Musk , 50

All stars: Thomas, 31, who plays music manager Malcolm McLaren in the drama, looked dapper in a striped suit and black top as he stood arm-in-arm with Talulah, 36, who is the ex-wife of Tesla billionaire Elon Musk , 50

Thomas confidently posed with his hands in his pockets

Talulah, who plays fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, brought the glamour in a strapless black PVC dress, paired with stiletto heels

Star quality: Talulah, who plays fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, brought the glamour in a strapless black PVC dress, paired with stiletto heels while Thomas confidently posed with his hands in his pockets

Love story: They began dating during filming over the summer and their relationship remained undetected until The Mail on Sunday learned that Talulah's previous romance with Matthew Rice had come to an abrupt end

Love story: They began dating during filming over the summer and their relationship remained undetected until The Mail on Sunday learned that Talulah’s previous romance with Matthew Rice had come to an abrupt end

Star power: Thomas looked every inch the dazzling screen star as he posed at the event, wearing a black turtle neck top under his jacket

Star power: Thomas looked every inch the dazzling screen star as he posed at the event, wearing a black turtle neck top under his jacket

Strike a pose: Talulah glanced back over her shoulder as she posed, wearing a pair of gold pendulum earrings for the evening

Strike a pose: Talulah glanced back over her shoulder as she posed, wearing a pair of gold pendulum earrings for the evening

Linking up: Talulah stood with her arm over the shoulder of Thomas after they arrived, with the actress wearing a pair of black gloves

Linking up: Talulah stood with her arm over the shoulder of Thomas after they arrived, with the actress wearing a pair of black gloves

Playing the part: Talulah plays fashion designer Vivienne Westwood in her younger days (Talulah seen in Pistol)

Real-life counterpart: Thomas plays Malcolm (pictured in 1978)

Playing the part: Talulah plays fashion designer Vivienne Westwood in her younger days (Talulah seen in Pistol)

Anson Boon, 22, who plays Sex Pistols hell raiser Johnny Rotten, showed off his quirky sense of style by opting for a unique pinstripe suit.

The cropped jacket featured rounded beige lapels with a scrawled black design while he wore a white and red top underneath.

He completed his look by opting for a pair of perfectly polished black cuban heel boots for the evening. 

Stand-out style: Anson Boon, 22, who plays Sex Pistols hell raiser Johnny Rotten, showed off his quirky sense of style by opting for a unique pinstripe suit

Dylan Llewellyn, 29, who plays Sex Pistols founder Wally Nightingale also posed up

Stand-out style: Anson Boon, 22, who plays Sex Pistols hell raiser Johnny Rotten, showed off his quirky sense of style by opting for a unique pinstripe suit, while Dylan Llewellyn, 29, who plays Sex Pistols founder Wally Nightingale also posed up

The real rocker: Johnny Rotten, real name John Lydon, pictured in 1976

Wow: Anson portrays rocker Johnny Rotten in the film (Johnn pictured in 1976)

Man of the moment: Director Danny Boyle, 65, was in good spirits as he arrived at the premiere, wearing a grey suit with a crisp shirt

Man of the moment: Director Danny Boyle, 65, was in good spirits as he arrived at the premiere, wearing a grey suit with a crisp shirt

Dylan Llewellyn, 29, who plays Sex Pistols founder Wally Nightingale, wore a black coat over a white T-shirt which he teamed with a pair of checked trousers and chunky boots.

Director Danny Boyle, 65, was in good spirits as he arrived at the premiere, wearing a grey suit with a crisp shirt.

Meanwhile, Louis Partridge, 18, who plays band member Sid Vicious, looked stylish in a red leather jacket which he wore over a black and white Hawaiian shirt.

Rocking up: Meanwhile, Louis Partridge, 18, who plays band member Sid Vicious, looked stylish in a red leather jacket which he wore over a black and white Hawaiian shirt

Rocking up: Meanwhile, Louis Partridge, 18, who plays band member Sid Vicious, looked stylish in a red leather jacket which he wore over a black and white Hawaiian shirt

Standing strong: He completed his look by opting for a pair of black trousers to match his smart shoes and he confidently posed on the pink carpet

Standing strong: He completed his look by opting for a pair of black trousers to match his smart shoes and he confidently posed on the pink carpet

Greeting his public: Dylan posed for a picture before walking down the pink carpet to greet the paparazzi at the event

Greeting his public: Dylan posed for a picture before walking down the pink carpet to greet the paparazzi at the event

Uncanny: Louis pictured as Sid Vicious

The real rocker: Sid Vicious pictured in 1978

Uncanny: Louis Partridge, left in character, and bassist Sid Vicious, pictured right in 1978

He completed his look by opting for a pair of black trousers to match his smart shoes and he confidently posed on the pink carpet.

The cast members were joined by Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones, with the series being based on his 2018 memoir Lonely Boy: Tales from a Sex Pistol.

He wore a black jacket and trousers and stood with his arm over the shoulders of his good friend, singer Chrissie Hynde, 70.

Hitmakers: The cast members were joined by Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones, with the series being based on his 2018 memoir Lonely Boy: Tales from a Sex Pistol. Steve posed with his good friend, singer Chrissie Hynde, 70

Hitmakers: The cast members were joined by Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones, with the series being based on his 2018 memoir Lonely Boy: Tales from a Sex Pistol. Steve posed with his good friend, singer Chrissie Hynde, 70

Making music: Steve could be seen posing alongside Sex Pistols drummer Paul Cook at the event

Making music: Steve could be seen posing alongside Sex Pistols drummer Paul Cook at the event

The performer looked edgy in a black waistcoat which she teamed with a polka dot tie and a pair of blue denim jeans with black boots. 

Based on Steve Jones’ 2018 memoir Lonely Boy: Tales from a Sex Pistol, the series from Academy Award-winner Boyle, who also serves as Executive Producer and director, was created by Craig Pearce and written by Pearce and Frank Cottrell Boyce.

In a statement confirming the series last January, Nick Grad, President, Original Programming, FX Entertainment, said: ‘It’s great to be back in business with Danny Boyle, an exceptional artist responsible for so many great feature films and TV series.

Going for gold: Actress Claire Sweeney, 51, ensured she caught the eyes of onlookers as she wore a bright yellow trousers suit and a white top

Going for gold: Actress Claire Sweeney, 51, ensured she caught the eyes of onlookers as she wore a bright yellow trousers suit and a white top

Famous friends: Claire carried a gold handbag to match her wedge heels as she posed alongside DJ Fat Tony who wore a suit with the blue and white Willow pattern on it

Famous friends: Claire carried a gold handbag to match her wedge heels as she posed alongside DJ Fat Tony who wore a suit with the blue and white Willow pattern on it

‘Steve Jones was at the centre of the storm that shook the rock establishment and we’re thrilled to have Danny and the rest of the creative team tell his story as a member of one of music’s most notorious bands – the Sex Pistols.’  

Boyle added: ‘Imagine breaking into the world of The Crown and Downton Abbey with your mates and screaming your songs and your fury at all they represent. This is the moment that British society and culture changed forever.’

‘It is the detonation point for British street culture…where ordinary young people had the stage and vented their fury and their fashion…and everyone had to watch & listen…and everyone feared them or followed them.

.Fashion focus: Singer Jesse Jo Stark wore a backless blue PVC dress for the premiere, leaving plenty of skin on show as she turned to give onlookers a full look at her outfit

.Fashion focus: Singer Jesse Jo Stark wore a backless blue PVC dress for the premiere, leaving plenty of skin on show as she turned to give onlookers a full look at her outfit

Fashion focus: Singer Jesse Jo Stark wore a backless blue PVC dress for the premiere, leaving plenty of skin on show as she turned to give onlookers a full look at her outfit

In style: She wore a pink flower in her hair and opted for a pair of black high heels to add a few inches to her stature

In style: She wore a pink flower in her hair and opted for a pair of black high heels to add a few inches to her stature

Fashionista: Britain's Next Top Model star Victoria Clay looked stylish in a purple velvet suit which she wore with a pair of clear heels

Fashionista: Britain’s Next Top Model star Victoria Clay looked stylish in a purple velvet suit which she wore with a pair of clear heels

Fame game: She brought an extra splash of colour to the red carpet with her bright pink hair

She was joined by presenter Edith Bowman

Fame game: She brought an extra splash of colour to the red carpet with her bright pink hair where she was joined by presenter Edith Bowman

Glamour girl: Edith wore a stylish pink hued baby doll dress with puff sleeves and a cinched in waist which she teamed with a pair of green heels

Glamour girl: Edith wore a stylish pink hued baby doll dress with puff sleeves and a cinched in waist which she teamed with a pair of green heels

‘The Sex Pistols. At its centre was a young charming illiterate kleptomaniac – a hero for the times – Steve Jones, who became in his own words, the 94th greatest guitarist of all time. This is how he got there.’

Anchored by Jones’ memoir, which offers a fascinating new perspective on one of rock’s greatest ever stories, Pistol moves from West London’s council estates, to Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren’s notorious Kings Road SEX shop, to the international controversy that came with the release of Never Mind the B*llocks.  

Their single God Save the Queen was banned by the BBC and reached Number 1 on the UK’s NME chart, but appeared at Number 2 on the Official UK Singles chart, leading to accusations that the song was purposely kept off the top spot.

Here we go: The raw energy of punk is reenacted in all its nihilistic glory in the first trailer for Danny Boyle's eagerly anticipated Sex Pistols biopic

Here we go: The raw energy of punk is reenacted in all its nihilistic glory in the first trailer for Danny Boyle’s eagerly anticipated Sex Pistols biopic 

Boyle has had an acclaimed TV and movie career. His 2008 film Slumdog Millionaire was nominated for ten Academy Awards and won eight, including the Academy Award for Best Director.

His new series will also star Louis Partridge as Sid Vicious, Christian Lees as Glen Matlock, Anson Boon as Johnny Rotten and Emma Appleton as Nancy Spungen.

It comes after Paul Cook and Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols attended a screening of Pistol without their former bandmate Johnny Rotten in Los Angeles last week.

Coming soon: Fans have been given an early taste of what to expect from the appropriately titled Pistol, a six-part drama set to air on digital channel FX later this year

Coming soon: Fans have been given an early taste of what to expect from the appropriately titled Pistol, a six-part drama set to air on digital channel FX later this year

Johnny, who has been critical of his ex pals for making the series without him, recently slammed the project over its sleazy content.  

Unimpressed by the content of the miniseries, it is based on the band’s former guitarist Steve’s memoir and goes into detail about his sex addiction.

On steamy moments in the project, an indignant John told The Mirror: ‘It’s upsetting as a lot of it has sexual connotations which are dubious at best.  

‘They have gone for the wrong end of things just to be sensational.

‘I think there is much more quality to the Pistols than that.’  

While John has said he’s not yet seen the show but plans to watch it so he can ‘fact-check’ the band’s history, it is said to touch on Steve’s vast hunger for sex, his steamy relationship with Nancy Spungen, his Pistols bandmate Sid Vicious’ girlfriend, and Steve’s childhood sexual abuse.

John has claimed he was ‘completely ostracised’ from the biopic, insisting: ‘Cutting me out is a shockingly stupid move.’

Throwback: Johnny, who has been critical of his ex pals (Paul, left, Steve, right, pictured in 1978) for making the series without him, recently slammed the project over its sleazy content

Throwback: Johnny, who has been critical of his ex pals (Paul, left, Steve, right, pictured in 1978) for making the series without him, recently slammed the project over its sleazy content

He has previously said his bandmates’ career success was down to him.

In an interview with The Sun , John said: ‘They can all f*** off. I supported them for years and years and years, knowing they were dead wood.’  

John went on to explain that he will watch it when it airs, to see what his former bandmates have said behind his back for the past three years while creating the show.

He continued: ‘I don’t really want to watch it but I will need to fact-check it. I have not seen one single second of it. Not any script, I’ve been completely ostracised.’

Speaking out: John has hit out at the trailer for Danny Boyle's new FX series Pistol, saying it is 'rewriting history' (pictured September)

Speaking out: John has hit out at the trailer for Danny Boyle’s new FX series Pistol, saying it is ‘rewriting history’ (pictured September)

Speaking out: The musician, who has been critical of his former bandmates for making the series without him, is unimpressed by the content of the Disney+ show titled Pistol (pictured 1976)

Speaking out: The musician, who has been critical of his former bandmates for making the series without him, is unimpressed by the content of the Disney+ show titled Pistol (pictured 1976)

John has been kept in the dark during the process and strongly feels that the documentary will not be a true representation of him.

He said: ‘To be misrepresented in such a rude manner is unacceptable. If there was any truth in it, they wouldn’t have kept it from me.’  

The songwriter feels the other Sex Pistol bandmates wouldn’t have a career if it wasn’t for him as ‘they did nothing before, they’ve done nothing since’.

John recently slammed the trailer for Danny Boyle’s new FX series Pistol, saying it is ‘rewriting history’.

The new drama miniseries follows the band’s guitarist Steve Jones and the band’s rise to prominence and notoriety in the 1970s, with Anson Boon portraying John.

Show: The new drama miniseries follows the band's guitarist Steve Jones and the band's rise to prominence and notoriety in the 1970s (Sex Pistols pictured in 1977)

Show: The new drama miniseries follows the band’s guitarist Steve Jones and the band’s rise to prominence and notoriety in the 1970s (Sex Pistols pictured in 1977)

The musician, whose stage name is Johnny Rotten, released a statement on his website where he said his ‘likeness’ was being used to sell the series, despite having no involvement with it.  

He also criticised Disney, which owns FX, for creating a ‘fairytale’ that bares little resemblance to the band’s real experiences.

The statement reads: ‘We were originally led to believe ‘Pistol’ was a Steve Jones story, not a Sex Pistols story. Going by the trailer it doesn’t seem to be the case.

‘John’s ‘likeness’ is clearly being used to sell this series, a series he was not involved in, and was put together behind his back. Putting words in John’s mouth and rewriting history. A middle class fantasy.

‘Disney have stolen the past and created a fairytale, which bears little resemblance to the truth. It would be funny if it wasn’t tragic.’

Pistol is set for release on FX in the US and Disney+ in the UK on May 31.

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Uncanny: Louis pictured as Sid Vicious

The real rocker: Sid Vicious pictured in 1978

Uncanny: Louis Partridge, left in character, and bassist Sid Vicious, pictured right in 1978

Wow: Anson pictured as Johnny Rotten

The real rocker: Johnny Rotten, real name John Lydon, pictured in 1976

Wow: Anson Boon, pictured left in character, and Johnny Rotten, pictured right, in 1976 

Character: Toby pictured as Steve Jones

The real rocker: Steve Jones pictured in 1978

Character:  Toby Wallace, left in character, and guitarist Steve Jones, pictured right in 1978 

Role: Jacob pictured as drummer Paul Cook

The real rocker: Paul Cook pictured in 1978

Role: Jacob Slater, left in character, and drummer Paul Cook, pictured right  in 1978

Betrayal: Toby Wallace as Steve Jones and Emma Appleton as Nancy Spungen

Doomed: Miss Spungen and Vicious

Photos released from the set of Pistol show actress Emma Appleton, who plays Nancy, arm-in-arm with the actor playing guitarist Steve Jones (left). Jones claims to have had sex with Nancy, but it is for her relationship with Sid (right in 1978) for which she will be forever remembere

Exciting: Iris Law will follow in her father Jude's acting footsteps by making her screen debut as Soo Catwoman in Danny Boyle's Pistols drama

Iconic look: Soo Lucas, who dubbed herself Soo Catwoman, is known for her trademark haircut which she created in 1976 to look like she had cat ears

Exciting: Iris Law (L) will follow in her father Jude’s acting footsteps by making her screen debut as Soo Catwoman (R) in the Sex Pistols drama

The man behind the band: Thomas Brodie-Sangster (pictured) is set to take on the role of Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren

Real-life counterpart: Malcolm pictured in 1978

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)

Actress Sydney Chandler plays rocker Chrissie Hynde

Actress Sydney Chandler plays rocker Chrissie Hynde

Actress Sydney Chandler (left) plays rocker Chrissie Hynde (right)



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