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Abbie Cornish: 'Sucker Punch' Australian Premiere!

Abbie Cornish: 'Sucker Punch' Australian Premiere!

Abbie Cornish and Emily Browning head down under for the Australian premiere of their new movie, Sucker Punch, on Sunday (April 3) at Event Cinemas George Street in Sydney, Australia.

The 28-year-old actress wore Alberta Ferretti for the premiere and Bulgari jewelry, while Emily wore Erdem. Both Abbie and Emily hit the red carpet in London earlier in the week in support of their film!

10+ pictures inside of Abbie Cornish and Emily Browning at the Australian premiere of Sucker Punch

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21 Responses to “Abbie Cornish: 'Sucker Punch' Australian Premiere!”

  1. 1
    Catherine Says:

    HEY… CHECK OUT THIS VID…
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAVKNU_5lXQ

  2. 2
    kenny Says:

    Has anyone seen this movie? Is it any good? I see these girls everywhere..

  3. 3
    Jason and Karlie Says:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgqzUXRYfvY I think you will love our show Jared!! It’s called the Jason and Karlie show!

  4. 4
    Sligo lambert ^______^ cute Says:

    If im in youtube to be more handsom

  5. 5
    kaz simply Amaazingg !!!!!!!! Says:

    Ugh girls werid

  6. 6
    Sligo lambert ^______^ cute Says:

    U lestin me

  7. 7
    commonsense Says:

    It’s got to feel like $hit promoting a movie you know is a bomb.

  8. 8
    Kerri Says:

    Where’s vanessa?

  9. 9
    shattered Says:

    @Kerri: She wasn’t invited to the Australian premiere, she didn’t get tickets to travel to Australis to the film’s premiere because Warner Brothers can’t afford sending the people who had small roles in the movie on major worldwide promo tours. The whole film’s cast was sent to the UK to promote it but other than that, Vanessa and the other small actors in the movie won’t get invited to other promotional visits.

  10. 10
    angie Says:

    It’s like she has Katherine Heigl’s features on Charlize Theron’s face shape.

  11. 11
    Chameleon Says:

    why are they wearing such fancy dresses to an premier like this. I love the bottom of the grey one but it would have been better to me if it was

    @kenny: a bit shorter.

    credit Boxoffice mojo

    Total Lifetime Grosses
    Domestic: $29,876,000 82.1%
    + Foreign: $6,500,000 17.9%
    = Worldwide: $36,376,000

    NOT great numbers at all..

  12. 12
    Chameleon Says:

    @Chameleon:

    just to add.. the Production budget was 82 Million

  13. 13
    anonymous Says:

    I just watched Sucker Punch, Abbie’s acting and beauty really stands out from the rest of the girls

  14. 14
    misss Says:

    emily browning is so tiny! she’s like a little Troll

  15. 15
    Maximum Miley On Twitter Says:

    I enjoyed the movie over the weekend..I love Emily Browning ever since Lemony Snickets A Series Of Unfortunate Events:) she was really outstanding in the movie and so naturally pretty:) Anyone saying negative things about these girls is obviously only jealous. I love you Emily<3

  16. 16
    marq Says:

    The reviews on this movie miss by a mile. For instance, over on Huffington Post, Scott Mendelson. writes that what Zach Snyder was trying to do was make “a genuinely bleak and depressing film about sexualization of women in pop culture as well as real life,” That, “Zach Snyder just made ‘While he raped me, I closed my eyes and imagined myself somewhere else’: The Movie.” That may well be Scott Mendelson’s trope, but that is not how the picture spoke to me. The film was certainly not some version of, “I Spit On Your Grave”.

    It is a sad commentary indeed that would-be movie reviewers have as clogged a perception as that, who bog down in the thinnest veneer of things, mired only in their self-feeding propaganda-loop of insipid drivel.

    I dunno what Zach Snyder was trying to do, but it wasn’t that.The depth and texture of this marvelous work will be plumbed for a long time. It continues to haunt me. The performances were striking, Emily Browning is the best there is, at this precise moment in time, as I note this, from informed opinion.

    Browning personally took on the MPAA and has taken them down at least several notches already, for garbling the film. She brought into sharp focus the entire pox-upon-pictures the MPAA routinely inflicts, with the resulting inestimable untold damage to society it administers, by savaging those works of art by our finest artists, until we really don’t know what they mean. The whole movie rating system begs review and revamp or perhaps to be entirely abolished, or the MPAA will surely continue to administer such lobotomies, unchecked, ad nauseum .

    As for the instant picture, we can sincerely hope that Zach Snyder releases the unrated director’s cut, so that we may indeed, glimpse his true message, and not merely that brain slushy cut, indecorously sloshed upon us by the MPAA, although even that is still well worth seeing.

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    D Says:

    I thought this was an amazing film and that the critics for the most part got it completely WRONG. It was not sexist or mindless entertainment….it had a plot and a story and you’d think critics would have half a brain to understand it. All of the girls did a great job, particularly Abbie Cornish…I hope this film does better overseas but honestly it’s not about the money or being a ‘blockbuster’… financial flops can and have been GREAT movies!

  18. 18
    bb Says:

    emily browning looks like a brain on drugs

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    lame Says:

    I saw this movie three times and can honestly say, I loved it. Okay, admittedly, I’m a Zack Snyder fan BUT I was unsure of how this movie would translate from his mind to the screen. I think he had a distinct vision of what he wanted and he did a very compelling and effective job conveying that vision. Perfection..no but compelling yes. Yes, it is stylized but I disagree with those who say it is without substance. It’s multi-faceted for sure, and can be a bit confusing with the various dimensions and alternate realities, but as someone else posted in another thread, pay attention to the first half an hour or so and you will get it. My biggest disappointment is that I think the critics have been in many ways unfair and some have tried to dismiss the movie as a misogynistic view of women in lingerie toting 50-cal guns in a video game. I am a women and can say there is much more to this. This is not a one-dimensional movie in any regards. The themes of friendship and retreating into one’s mind to escape and not be victimized are powerful. It’s unlike anything I’ve seen and wish more directors would take risks like Snyder. In other words, stop worrying about the commercial ramifications and make a movie that you want to make. SP is not without some flaws but that’s okay. I’ve heard some scenes were cut in order to get it within the standards of a PG-13 rating which would bode better in terms of box office performance. That could account for some of the scenes (particularly the ending) feeling somewhat disjointed. I only hope that there will be a director’s cut of this movie when it comes out on Blu-Ray. I expected this movie to be visually stunning and yes it delivered. I’m not going to lie, I was sucked in from the from the beginning. What I didn’t expect was to be emotionally moved. Regardless of what the critics say or if this movie makes a dime, Snyder can be proud of this film and the all of the actresses in the movie can be proud for having really delivered in this film.

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    lola Says:

    UGH it makes me frustrated when I see girls who are just GORGEOUS, but their styling and hair sucks! it take away from their beauty. I mean come on -> http://cdn.sheknows.com/articles/Uninvited%20Art%20Img%20.jpg

    :(

  21. 21
    dawn Says:

    that little girl in the floral dress is bizarre.

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