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Natalie Dormer Steps Out After 'The River' Casting News

Natalie Dormer Steps Out After 'The River' Casting News

Natalie Dormer flashes her cute smile as she leaves celeb hotspot Chiltern Firehouse on Sunday evening (October 26) in London, England.

The 32-year-old Hunger Games: Mockingjay actress was just announced as the lead in the upcoming spooky film The River.

The supernatural thriller is about an American woman who ventures into Japan’s legendary Aokigahara forest in search of her missing twin sister, Deadline reports. The film has set a release date of January 8, 2016.

10+ pictures inside of Natalie Dormer leaving the Chiltern Firehouse after a night out…

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  • millerz

    She reminds me soooo much of Lyla from SOA!!

  • forrest gump

    so she will get paid at last!!

  • Missy

    She looks very pretty here.

  • Eric Davis

    I think it’s called The Forest, not The River. That was Mel Gibson.