Working his magic! Eddie Redmayne looks dapper in quirky checked suit as he promotes Fantastic Beasts with his co-stars in China
He's adorned in fancy 1920s attire while portraying Newt Scamander in his latest hit movie.
And Eddie Redmayne, 34, proved he is just as stylish off screen as he is on during the Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them press conference at the Sanlitun arena in Beijing, China, on Friday.
The Oscar-winning actor ensured he was the star of show as he gave a dashing display in a colourful checkered suit, while continuing his whirlwind promotional tour for the new flick.
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Working his magic! Eddie Redmayne, 34, looked dapper as he attended the Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them press conference at the Sanlitun areana in Beijing, China, on Friday
Paired with a crisp white shirt and matching burgundy tie, the actor looked every inch the Hollywood A-Lister as he enjoyed a Q&A session with his fellow co-stars.
The cast looked in high spirits as they continued their worldwide tour with the protagonist of the movie taking centre stage.
Meanwhile, leading lady Katherine Waterston, who plays Porpentina Goldstein, kept warm in the cool weather, donning an ankle-grazing overcoat.
Wearing a slinky LBD underneath and sky-high black stilettos, the actress looked ready for business as she towered over her co-stars.
Check mate! The Oscar-winning actor ensured he was the star of show as he gave a dashing display in a colourful checkered suit, as he continued his whirlwind promotional tour
Dream team: The cast looked in high spirits as they continued their worldwide tour with the protagonist of the movie taking centre stage
Leading lady: Meanwhile, Katherine Waterston, who plays Porpentina Goldstein, kept warm in the cool weather, donning an ankle-grazing overcoat
Alison Sudol, who plays Queenie in the Harry Potter prequel, dazzled in a floor-length black gown, framed with elegant flower embroidery.
Featuring a plunging neckline and thigh-high slit, the blonde beauty almost stole the attention from lead star Eddie.
Also in attendance was Dan Fogler who plays muggle Jacob Kowalski, the movie's producer David Heyman and director David Yates.
It's been a hectic few days for the Fantastic Beast stars, who hit the red carpet for the world premiere of the new movie in London last week.
Q&A time! Alison Sudgel, Eddie and Katherine all took turns to answer questions from their fans
All smiles: The cast looked in high spirits as they enjoyed their time in Beijing, China
Style Queen-ie: Alison, who plays Queenie in the Harry Potter prequel, dazzled in a floor-length black gown, framed with elegant flower embroidery
Meanwhile earlier this week, The Theory Of Everything star revealed one of the rehearsal tactics he employed to make sure he was delivering a convincing performance for the Harry Potter enthusiasts.
Speaking to Time Out on Wednesday, the star revealed that he spent a lot of time talking to himself whilst travelling on the London underground, pretending to speak to the magical characters that appear in the film.
The actor elaborated on the fact that the creatures in the story were added during post-production.
'Sometimes we’d have almost “War Horse”-style puppets for the rehearsal. But it varied, and sometimes it just involved having little Pickett the Bowtruckle, who is a stick insect, and he would be on my hand.
Well it is almost Christmas! The cast were each gifted with traditional Chinese paintings
Dapper dude: The actor looked every inch the Hollywood A-Lister as he enjoyed a Q&A session with his fellow co-stars
'I’d be on the tube in London, imagining talking to this thing, and suddenly realise I’m being stared at.’
On taking on the role in the mega-franchise, the star of The Theory Of Everything earlier revealed that being offered the role without having to audition excelled the pressure he felt playing the part.
'With the thrill comes the paranoia that you’re going to get fired after day one,' he explained. 'I was convinced I would lose the job. This is how neurotic actors work! But certainly fear is always there. It’s what makes you work harder.'
Hit movie: The producer David Heyman looked deep in thought as he waited to answer a question
Look at mine! The cast admired each other's paintings while they took to the stage in Sanlitun arena
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