Beyoncé Pops Up To Support Jay-Z At ‘The Harder They Fall’ Premiere At BFI London Film Festival + Regina King, Idris Elba & More Hit The Carpet

Beyoncé stepped out to support her husband Jay-Z for the premiere of his all-Black Western Netflix film, The Harder They Fall, at the BFI London Film Festival.

Stars Regina King and Idris Elba, along with the film’s director Jeymes Samuel, producer James Lassiter, actor Jonathan Majors and more were also in the mix…

Netflix’s upcoming Black cowboy film The Harder They Fall premiered at the BFI London Film Festival and it was star-studded as ever.

The Harder They Fall is an all-Black western based on real-life figures from American History. The main charachter is an outlaw – played by Jonathan Majors – who discovers his enemy (Idris Elba) is being released from prison and reunites his gang to seek revenge.

The Harder They Fall opened up the BFI London Film Festival and it brought out some Hollywood heavyhitters that are associated with the film.

Showing support for her man, Beyoncé stepped out to support her husband, Jay-Z, who produced the film and was behind the music score.

 

 
 

 

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Curves ahead!

Mrs. Carter whipped out some photos from her personal stash from the event, which she shared on her social media accounts. She slayed in a custom black Valdrin Sahiti gown that fit her body like a glove, styled by her stylist and Parkwood Entertainment’s creative manager, KJ Moody.

 

 
 

 

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SHEESH!

Meanwhile…

Hov rocked a Tom Ford suit (styled by longtime stylist June Ambrose) as she snapped it up alongside the film’s director, Jeymes Samuel.

 

 
 

 

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Jeymes Samuel, who’s known as singer-songwriter The Bullitts, will make his directorial debut on the project. Jeymes also produced the project alongside Hov, film producer/Will Smith’s long-time business partner James Lassiter and Lawrence Bender. Jeymes collaborated with Boaz Yakin for the film’s script.

 

 
 

 

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During the festival, British personality Julie Adenuga got the chance to ask Hov a question during a Q&A. She asked him if he could ride a horse (like the actors) and he gave a response as if he was rapping over a beat:

 

 
 

 

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"You need to be able to do what you’re asking the actors to do, so Shawn, can you ride a horse?," she asked.

"I can ride uhh…a Porsche. We’ve got horsepower," he responded. Ha! Bars.

On the carpet…

The film’s stars Regina King, Idris Elba and Jonathan Majors snapped it up with producer James Lassiter, and director Jeymes Samuel.

So fine.

In case you missed, check out the film’s trailer below: 

Will The Harder They Fall bring Black cowboys and Jay-Z to the Oscars? We shall see….

Photos: Getty for BFI/AP/Beyonce’s IG

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